Auckland Council has launched work to show how drastically the city’s transport behaviour will have to change in order to meet ambitious climate change targets, Stuff reports. The council will produce a Transport Emission Reduction Path (TERP) by mid-2022, and pointed to the potential of swift moves to change streets in favour of public transport, cycling and walking. Auckland’s transport emissions need to be cut by 64 per cent of 2016 levels in order to meet the target of halving overall emissions by 2030.
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