Transforming Transportation 2022
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Transforming Transportation 2022: Climate-Centered Mobility for a Sustainable Recovery
Changing the way we move is essential if we want to build a better future for people and the planet. And even though the COVID-19 pandemic has thrown the transport sector into disarray, the crisis also provides a rare opportunity to build back better and transition toward green, resilient, and inclusive mobility. Using the current context as a starting point, Transforming Transportation 2022 will explore how we can reimagine transport to help address climate change and support a lasting, sustainable recovery.
Hosted jointly by the World Bank and the World Resources Institute, this year’s edition features a prestigious lineup of global leaders and experts from the public, private, academic and civil society spheres. Together, they will showcase the latest thinking and disruptive solutions that are opening new doors across the industry—from innovative public transport approaches to vehicle electrification, micromobility, smarter logistics, and more.
All major sessions will be streamed right here on February 16-17. Tune in, share your ideas, and be a part of the global #TTDC22 conversation!
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Past Editions: Transforming Transportation
Global leaders engage in a roundtable to discuss the future of transport systems in the context of COVID-19 recovery and COP26 commitments.
- H.E. Mostafa Madbouly, Prime Minister, Egypt
- Claudia Sheinbaum, Mayor of Mexico City, Mexico
- Amitabh Kant, Chief Executive Officer, National Institution for Transforming India (NITI Aayog), India
- Jean-Baptiste Djebbari, Minister of Transport, France
- Anna Bjerde, Vice President, Europe and Central Asia, World Bank
Experts highlight the unique challenges and opportunities for decarbonization of terrestrial freight transport in developing countries.
- Andrea Meza Murillo, Minister of Environment and Energy, Costa Rica
- Juanita Maree, Chief Executive Officer, South African Association of Freight Forwarders
- Mitch Jackson, Chief Sustainability Officer, FedEx Corporation
- Jaya Verma Sinha, Additional Member Traffic, Railway Board, India
The session will cover how governments are reimagining public transport in wake of the pandemic to meet climate, health and equity goals.
- Franz Drees-Gross (Moderator), Infrastructure Regional Director, World Bank
- Benjamin Welle, Director, Integrated Transport & Innovation, WRI Ross Center for Sustainable Cities
- Eduardo Reis, Presidency's Advisor, SPTrans, Brazil
- Maruxa Cardama, Secretary General, SLOCAT Partnership on Sustainable, Low Carbon Transport
- Gail Jennings, Transport and Mobility Research Consultant
- Javier Garduño, Head of Planning, Ministry of Agrarian, Territorial and Urban Development, Government of Mexico
- Georges Darido, Lead Urban Transport Specialist, World Bank
Green and active mobility are critical to the design of inclusive transport systems that reduce emissions in developing countries.
- Christian Brand, Associate Professor in Transport Energy and Environment, University of Oxford
- Manuel de Araújo, Mayor of Quelimane, Mozambique
- Khalid Alhogail, President, International Association of Public Transport
- Alice Nicollet, Chief of Staff for Deputy Mayor of Paris for Transformation of the Public Space, Transportation, Mobility
- Kelly Larson, Program Director, Bloomberg Philanthropies Initiative for Global Road Safety
- Bronwen Thornton, Chief Executive Officer, Walk21 Foundation
- Matthew Baldwin, Deputy Director-General for Mobility and Transport, European Commission
- Zoleka Mandela, Global Road Safety Ambassador, Zoleka Mandela Foundation
- Claudia Adriazola-Steil, Acting Director of Urban Mobility & Director of Health & Road Safety, WRI Ross Center For Sustainable Cities
- Manuela López Menéndez, Secretary of Transportation and Public Works, Government of the City of Buenos Aires
- Jussara Bellavinha, Traffic Safety Coordinator, BHTRANS, Belo Horizonte
- Jorge Muñoz Wells, Metropolitan Mayor of Lima, Peru
- Rafael Kotaseg Hernandez, General Director, Institute of Mobility and Land Development, Yucatán, Mexico
ASIA-PACIFIC IN FOCUS
(10:30 pm– 10:45 pm EST, February 16)
- Mari Pangestu, Managing Director of Development Policy and Partnerships, World Bank
- Ani Dasgupta, President & Chief Executive Officer, World Resources Institute
Panelists from Asia-Pacific will discuss how sustainable transport will contribute to a green, resilient and inclusive region.
- H.E. David W. Panuelo, President of the Federated States of Micronesia
- Anies Baswedan, Governor, City of Jakarta, Indonesia
- Yerlan Koishibayev, Deputy Chairman for Logistics, Kazakhstan Railways
- Huiping Yan, Chief Financial Officer, ZTO Express
- Thara D., Additional Secretary, Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs, India
Explore how transport network resilience ensures that economies withstand and recover from natural, epidemiological, and financial shocks.
- François Bausch, Deputy Prime Minister, Minister for Mobility and Public Works, Luxembourg
- Roger Mbassa Ndine, Mayor of Douala, Cameroon
- Susanna Zammataro, Director General, International Road Federation
- Ma. Sheilah Gaabucayan-Napalang, Assistant Secretary, Planning and Project Development, Department of Transportation, Philippines
Holger Dalkmann, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Sustain 2030
Ramon Muñoz-Raskin, Senior Transport Specialist, World Bank
Tamara Kerzhner (Awardee), PhD Candidate, Department of City and Regional Planning at the University of California, Berkeley
Susan Gichuna (Awardee), PhD Candidate, Institute for Climate Change and Adaptation, University of Nairobi, Kenya
Wei Wei (Awardee), PhD Candidate, Institute for Data, Systems, and Society, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Walking and cycling are the greenest and more equitable modes of transport. This session will explore the mechanisms to make it work for all.
- Claudia Adriazola-Steil (Moderator), Acting Director of Urban Mobility & Director of Health & Road Safety, WRI Ross Center For Sustainable Cities
- Lucas Harms, Director, Dutch Cycling Embassy, The Netherlands
- Mariana Alegre, Executive Director, Lima Cómo Vamos
- Irene McAleese, Co-founder & Chief Strategy Officer, See.Sense
- Felipe Targa, Senior Urban Transport Specialist, World Bank
- Beverly Ho, Concurrent Director IV, Department of Health, Philippines
- Becky Bavinger, Public Health Team, Bloomberg Philanthropies
Exploring opportunities to accelerate decarbonization of urban transport systems through a people-centered approach.
- Charles Joseph Cormier (Moderator), Infrastructure Regional Director, World Bank
- Karla Gonzalez Carvajal, Transport Practice Manager, Europe and Central Asia, World Bank
- Lena Smidfelt Rosqvist, Head of Research and Chief Executive Officer, Trivector Traffic AB
- Alberto Pérez, General Manager, ALSA Morocco
- Ashish Kundra, Principal Secretary for Transport, City of Delhi, India
Zero-emissions vehicles present an opportunity to delink GHG emissions and transport access, if the transition is managed carefully.
- Daniel Sperling, Founding Director & Professor, Institute of Transportation Studies at University of California Davis
- Jürgen Zattler, Director General, Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development, Germany
- Steve Chang, General Manager, BYD SA Company
- Ashufta Alam, Deputy Director for International Climate Finance, UK Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS)
- Monica Araya, Distinguished Fellow, ClimateWorks Foundation Drive Electric Campaign