Página 1 dos resultados de 1524 itens digitais encontrados em 0.008 segundos

Transporte sustentável como fator essencial para a qualidade de vida: o caso de São Paulo; Sustainable transport as an essential factor in quality of life: the case of São Paulo

Labate, Marcelo Luiz
Fonte: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP Publicador: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 07/12/2006 PT
Relevância na Pesquisa
66.25%
Os impactos ambientais do transporte assumem diversas formas e têm efeitos locais, regionais e globais. A crescente dimensão do tema desperta interesse mundial, expresso em inúmeras propostas voltadas à moderação dos impactos em áreas urbanas e em rodovias, bem como à integração entre transporte e sustentabilidade. O referencial teórico mostra que a recomendação de ações para redução de impactos ambientais depende de conhecimento do cenário de intervenção e também da compatibilidade entre propostas, características da área e necessidades da população local, ao passo que a análise do estado-da-arte em cidades globais baliza possíveis metas a atingir. O presente trabalho teve como objetivos criar uma metodologia de avaliação de impactos ambientais e investigar a relação entre transporte, qualidade ambiental e qualidade de vida em alguns locais de São Paulo. Tendo como norte os conceitos de transporte sustentável e desenho ambiental, foi elaborado um modelo de diagnóstico de qualidade ambiental e qualidade de vida. Para tanto, duas pesquisas foram aplicadas: uma subjetiva, caracterizando a demanda por infra-estrutura urbana e a qualidade de vida da população; e a outra objetiva, cujos resultados permitiram avaliar os impactos ambientais. As pesquisas ocorreram em 3 Subprefeituras do Município de São Paulo...

Proposta de modelo conceitual para implantação de gestão compartilhada de serviços de transporte público urbano de pessoas dirigido a um cenário de mobilidade e desenvolvimento sustentável.; Proposed framework for implementation of management of shared services for urban transport of people headed for a scenario of mobility and sustainable development.

Veiga, Ivanice Schütz
Fonte: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP Publicador: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 15/06/2011 PT
Relevância na Pesquisa
46.32%
O estudo centra-se na produção dos serviços do transporte público urbano de pessoas, visando o desenvolvimento de uma nova metodologia e modelo para sua gestão, sustentado na mobilidade urbana e princípios do desenvolvimento sustentável. Esta concepção compreende a formação de áreas urbanas orientadas pela multisetorialidade, estruturação de redes, distribuição de atividades geradoras de viagens, responsabilidade social, integração, inclusão social, e ênfase na geração de espaços saudáveis para os cidadãos. Com base na análise da situação atual do transporte urbano, os dados secundários mostram o esgotamento dos modelos tradicionais de tratamento para a gestão de services desta natureza, aliada a uma abordagem restrita, orientada por soluções setoriais e funcionalistas, onde o transporte aparece como um fim em si mesmo.. Por outro lado, a revisão do estado da arte aponta a abordagem da sustentabilidade como potencial alternativa a promover mudanças positivas no que se refere à busca de soluções para problemas de transporte; não somente restrita ao entendimento do transporte sustentável a partir de soluções tecnológicas, mas fundamentalmente, segundo uma definição mais ampla...

Modelagem ambiental e análise qualitativa comparativa de políticas de implantação de gás natural veicular em ônibus; Environmental Modelling and Qualitative Comparative Analysis of public policies that implemented compressed natural gas on buses

Brito, Thiago Luis Felipe
Fonte: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP Publicador: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP
Tipo: Dissertação de Mestrado Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 10/02/2015 PT
Relevância na Pesquisa
46.36%
Esta dissertação desenvolveu duas análises de natureza diferente, mas complementares, uma vez que são unidas por uma mesma questão. Esta questão diz respeito à utilização do gás natural veicular em substituição ao óleo diesel em ônibus urbanos. O autor argumenta que, devido a suas características técnicas, o gás natural pode contribuir para a promoção de um transporte mais sustentável, mesmo que o gás natural seja um combustível igualmente não renovável, como o óleo diesel. Na primeira análise desenvolvida, utiliza-se uma metodologia bottom-up para demonstrar os ganhos ambientais que podem ser alcançados ao se substituir o óleo diesel por gás natural em ônibus urbanos. Adota-se a cidade de São Paulo como estudo de caso. Esses ganhos ambientais manifestam-se tanto na redução das emissões de poluentes locais, como material particulado, monóxido de carbono e óxidos de enxofre, conduzindo a melhoras importantes na qualidade de vida das pessoas que sofrem os efeitos nocivos dessas emissões (usuários ou não do transporte público urbano), como, também, no declínio das emissões de gases de efeito estufa, especialmente o dióxido de carbono, levando a benefícios ambientais globais. Os resultados amparam o uso do gás natural em ônibus como uma estratégia de maior sustentabilidade no plano ambiental. Já...

Arquitetura para aquisição de respostas a perguntas frequentes

Tendeiro, Pedro Miguel Reis
Fonte: Instituto Politécnico de Lisboa Publicador: Instituto Politécnico de Lisboa
Tipo: Dissertação de Mestrado
Publicado em /03/2013 POR
Relevância na Pesquisa
46.3%
Um dos objetivos da Comissão Europeia é melhorar a sustentabilidade e a acessibilidade dos transportes coletivos, promovendo a utilização de transportes mais amigos do ambiente. Neste âmbito, é importante disponibilizar informação adequada e atualizada sobre as opções de mobilidade oferecidas pelos operadores de transportes. Devido à falta ou pouca qualidade da informação, sobre transportes públicos coletivos de passageiros, os viajantes têm dificuldade em escolher as melhores opções de mobilidade. Esta dificuldade afeta a qualidade de vida impondo adicionalmente custos ambientais e económicos. Com o objetivo de contribuir para melhorar a qualidade da informação sobre as ofertas de mobilidade, tendencialmente mais sustentáveis, propõe-se neste trabalho que a informação prática sobre transportes, associada a entidades representadas no domínio (i.e. pontos de interesse, autoridades/operadores de transportes e eventos), assuma a forma de um conjunto de Perguntas Frequentes (FAQ). Para o efeito, propõe-se uma Arquitetura Orientada a Serviços (SOA) para suportar as FAQ e concretizar a respetiva aquisição de respostas a partir de fontes heterogéneas de informação. Para validar experimentalmente a arquitetura proposta foi implementado um demonstrador...

Bosnia and Herzegovina - The Road to Europe : Transport Sector Review - Main Report

World Bank
Fonte: Washington, DC Publicador: Washington, DC
EN_US
Relevância na Pesquisa
46.25%
This report highlights deficiencies and indicates priorities for a prospective national transport strategy and action plan for further consideration by key stakeholders. The overall objective should be the development of a transport system, and an institutional framework, that facilitates rather than constrains, economic development in Bosnia and Herzegovina. A strong transport system contributes to economic growth by reducing the economic distance to markets by expanding opportunities for trade, by improving the competitiveness of national locations for production and distribution, and by facilitating mobility for a country s citizens; while minimizing the social and environmental costs of the transport sector. The report concludes by recommending actions that aim to improve the institutional framework, improve the sustainability of the transport sector, facilitate broad based economic growth, and mitigate the social and environmental detriments associated with transport. Specific policy recommendations are presented to accomplish these conclusions.

A Framework for Urban Transport Benchmarking

Henning, Theuns; Essakali, Mohammed Dalil; Oh, Jung Eun
Fonte: World Bank, Washington, DC Publicador: World Bank, Washington, DC
EN_US
Relevância na Pesquisa
46.25%
This report summarizes the findings of a study aimed at exploring key elements of a benchmarking framework for urban transport. Unlike many industries where benchmarking has proven to be successful and straightforward, the multitude of the actors and interactions involved in urban transport systems may make benchmarking a complex endeavor. It was therefore important to analyze what has been done so far, propose basic benchmarking elements and test them, and identify lessons for a simple and sustainable urban transport benchmarking framework. A major component of this study was to investigate (a) the availability of data for benchmarking and (b) the value of benchmarking on the basis of limited data. The study therefore proposes a benchmarking framework for urban transport, focusing on the performance of public transport. Because the design of a benchmarking framework depends on the objectives sought from it, the study focused on the performance of public transport systems from the policymaker s perspective. The study included pilot application of the proposed framework in five cities from three continents Beijing...

A National Framework for Sustainable Urban Transport Systems : Proposals for Improving Urban Transportation in Russian Cities

World Bank
Fonte: World Bank, Moscow Publicador: World Bank, Moscow
EN_US
Relevância na Pesquisa
46.34%
In many Russian cities, these growing demands for mobility are not adequately met by the existing urban transport infrastructure and services. Most municipalities have had difficulties in planning and managing the development of their urban transport systems in a coherent manner, which is a precondition for successful resolution of the existing transport problems. In addition, there is a need to develop and put in place a sound legal and regulatory framework. Thus, in order to create favorable conditions for addressing the existing transport problems, there is a need to develop a national framework that would contribute to the creation of pre-requisites for sustainable development of urban transport systems. The purpose of this work is to develop proposals for the formation of the national framework for improvement of the quality and sustainability of urban transport and road traffic safety in Russian cities.

Sustainable Transport Options for Sri Lanka

World Bank
Fonte: Washington, DC Publicador: Washington, DC
EN_US
Relevância na Pesquisa
56.33%
This study examines a broad selection of sustainable transport sector policy options from the standpoint of a common set of consistently defined attributes. Ideally, sustainable transport development should focus on the economic, environmental and social dimensions of sustainable development. However, in this volume, the first two aspects receive greater attention. The social dimension is examined mainly from the equity viewpoint, due to lack of time and data with regard to other key social indicators.

Institutional Labyrinth : Designing a Way Out for Improving Urban Transport Services--Lessons from Current Practice

Kumar, Ajay; Agarwal, O. P.
Fonte: World Bank, Washington, DC Publicador: World Bank, Washington, DC
EN_US
Relevância na Pesquisa
46.25%
Severe congestion, poor air quality, increases in road accidents, and explosive growth in energy consumption are manifestations of rapid motorization in cities around the globe, especially in the developing world. The tendency in most developing cities has been to deal with these problems in a piecemeal fashion, largely through supply side interventions, such as widening roads, constructing flyovers, or building high-cost mass transit systems. It is becoming increasingly recognized that effective solutions lie in comprehensive and holistic approaches that integrate what would normally be patchwork efforts and, in addition, combine supply side efforts with demand side measures. In general, this means that multiple, well-integrated actions need to be taken. Integrated and comprehensive thinking and implementation is required across multiple subsystems and disciplines, such as land use planning, environmental quality, energy efficiency, and services for the poor and physically disadvantaged. The ability to undertake comprehensive planning and execution that is integrated functionally...

Toward Sustainable and Energy Efficient Urban Transport

Energy Sector Management Assistance Program
Fonte: World Bank, Washington, DC Publicador: World Bank, Washington, DC
EN_US
Relevância na Pesquisa
46.42%
Many cities of developing countries are experiencing rapid growth of motorized transportation. This is leading to severe congestion, which, in turn, is reducing productivity. Road accidents have been increasing. Transport emissions have become a major contributor to severe air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions. The main cause of these problems has been the increasing preference for personal motor vehicles for commuting to work and getting around the city. In many countries, urban development practices have worked in favor of such preference, leading to urban sprawl. Thus, remedial measures have to focus on reversing the preference for such modes of travel, shifting to public transport, cycling, or walking, and building and retrofitting cities to minimize the need for private automobiles. The objective of this guidance note is to present a systematic, practical, and comprehensive approach to dealing with the problems of urban transport. It outlines a framework of possible interventions and demonstrates how such interventions relate to the overall objectives of improving mobility and energy efficiency as well as reducing air pollution and road accidents. Thereafter...

More Climate Finance for Sustainable Transport

Ebinger, Jane O.; Vandycke, Nancy; Rogers, John Allen
Fonte: Banco Mundial Publicador: Banco Mundial
Tipo: Brief
EN_US
Relevância na Pesquisa
56.23%
Actions to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions to stabilize warming at 2 degree Celsius, as agreed by the international community in 2009, will fall short if they do not include the transport sector. Transport is responsible for around 23 percent of global carbon dioxide emissions and emissions are expected to rise without further action to curb emission growth and invest in low carbon transport modes. Investment needs are estimated at around $3 trillion to increase the sustainability of existing and new transport systems and to mitigate climate change over the 2015-35 periods. This is in addition to existing annual investments estimated at $1-2 trillion. The actions taken today to send the right policy signals, and establish the enabling institutions and regulations to attract the necessary private finance will be critical to support this transformation. Significant investment opportunities exist in public transport systems, vehicle efficiency improvement, and reducing the need for travel through demand management...

Public Acceptability of Sustainable Transport Measures: A Review of the Literature

PRIDMORE ALISON; MIOLA Apollonia
Fonte: OECD/ITF Publicador: OECD/ITF
Tipo: Contributions to Conferences Formato: Online
ENG
Relevância na Pesquisa
46.47%
Increasingly, the debate on transport policy involves the challenge of sustainable development. The concept of sustainable transport is derived from the general term of sustainable development. Sustainable transportation can be considered by examining the sustainability of the transport system itself, focusing on its positive and negative external effects on: the environment; public health; safety and security; land use; congestion; economic growth; and social inclusion (OECD, 2000). While traditional transport problems may be solved within the transport sector (i.e. satisfying basic needs of the movement of people and goods by the provision of large scale transport networks), solutions to sustainability problems call for an integrated approach. This approach should take into account the acceptability of sustainable transport policies that may conflict with individual short-term interests, especially when individual users are asked to significantly adapt their lifestyles and transport behaviour with impacts on their perceived quality of life (Miola, 2008). Political efforts towards the sustainability of the transport sector are in place (e.g. EC, 2011). These are, however, in the context of trends which could not be called sustainable. Currently...

Sustainable Transport: An Integrative Approach in the Australian Context: A case for a holistic approach to the transport debate in Australia

Suraidi, Muhammad Taufiq bin
Fonte: Universidade Nacional da Austrália Publicador: Universidade Nacional da Austrália
Tipo: Relatório
Relevância na Pesquisa
66.5%
Transport is an important infrastructure for the economy. The movement of people and goods is an important aspect of how people arrange their lives and expectations and how businesses plan their activities. However, the transport sector is also a main contributor of Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions and noise pollution - it contributes some one-third of the entire GHG emissions. Therefore, transport policies have far-reaching consequence for the economy, society and the environment. Also, Australia as a country is facing real issues brought about by congestion, GHG emissions, social exclusion and oil vulnerability brought about by the current transport sytem. It is therefore important that economic, social and environmental sustainability be central to transport policy if Australia hopes to continue enjoying economic growth, social and environmental stability. However, sustainable transport is a very much debated topic. There are some concepts of sustainable transport that focuses solely on environmental goals without considering the economic and social aspect of transport vice versa. In response, an integrative approach to sustainable transport is proposed. This integrative approach demands that a transport policy be assessed on whether it promotes an economically...

Transforming Cities with Transit : Transit and Land-Use Integration for Sustainable Urban Development

Suzuki, Hiroaki; Cervero, Robert; Iuchi, Kanako
Fonte: Washington, DC: World Bank Publicador: Washington, DC: World Bank
Tipo: Publications & Research; Publications & Research :: Publication
ENGLISH; EN_US
Relevância na Pesquisa
46.38%
This study explores the complex process of transit and land-use integration in rapidly growing cities in developing countries. It first identifies barriers to and opportunities for effective coordination of transit infrastructure and urban development. It then recommends a set of policies and implementation measures for overcoming these barriers and exploiting these opportunities. Well-integrated transit and land development create urban forms and spaces that reduce the need for travel by private motorized vehicles. Areas with good access to public transit and well-designed urban spaces that are walkable and bikeable become highly attractive places for people to live, work, learn, play, and interact. Such environments enhance a city's economic competitiveness, reduce local pollution and global greenhouse gas emissions, and promote inclusive development. These goals are at the heart of transit-oriented development (TOD), an urban form that is increasingly important to sustainable urban futures. This book uses a case study approach. It draws lessons from global best-case examples of transit-oriented metropolises that have direct relevance to cities in developing countries and elsewhere that are currently investing in bus rapid transit (BRT) and other high-capacity transit systems. It also reports the results of two original in-depth case studies of rapidly growing and motorizing cities that introduced extended BRT systems: Ahmedabad...

Improving Global Road Safety : Towards Equitable and Sustainable Development, Guidelines for Country Road Safety Engagement

Bliss, Tony; Raffo, Veronica
Fonte: World Bank, Washington, DC Publicador: World Bank, Washington, DC
Tipo: Publications & Research :: Working Paper; Publications & Research
ENGLISH; EN_US
Relevância na Pesquisa
46.29%
The sheer scale of health losses from road crashes makes road safety a development priority for the health and transport sectors of low and middle-income countries (LMICs). Poorer population groups bear a disproportionate burden of these health losses which are generally influenced by socio-economic factors and other social and environmental determinants, and increasing emphasis is being placed on global health promotion and equity as a core, crosscutting development strategy. Country development aims to promote higher living standards for all, with an emphasis on improved health, education and people's ability to participate in the economy and society. Improving road safety in LMICs contributes to the achievement of these development goals by addressing the vulnerability of citizens to catastrophic death and injury arising from road crashes and requires large-scale investments in infrastructure, institutions, vehicle fleets and the health and wellbeing of individuals. World Bank road safety projects have usually been components of larger road infrastructure and urban transport investment operations...

Engaging communities for sustainable behaviour change in Limerick City

Cullinane, Kay; Cosgrove, Tom
Fonte: Irish Transport Research Network Publicador: Irish Transport Research Network
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/conferenceObject; all_ul_research; ul_published_reviewed
ENG
Relevância na Pesquisa
66.3%
peer-reviewed; As 'Ireland's Smarter Travel Demonstration City' Limerick is charged with piloting ways to convince its citizens to move around their city in a more sustainable way, in particular to walk, cycle and use public transport more. The project is funded by the Department of Transport with EU support and implemented by a multi-disciplinary team of University of Limerick (UL) researchers and Limerick Local Authority staff. Behaviour change programs tend to focus on a few behavioural change theories which gained ground in the 1980s. Many theories explain the behaviour change process in terms of several cyclical stages. Limerick Smarter Travel (LST) is adopting the ‘Seven Doors Social Marketing Approach,’ which defines each stage in terms of the type of obstacle to be overcome. This model for behaviour change assigns different types of intervention according to the stage of readiness of the individual or community. The LST team works with the community in the design of infrastructure principally walking and cycling routes. This facilitates a new type of participatory planning to meet the felt needs of the community. This generates goodwill and trust that further benefits the project. LST collaborates with the National Transport Authority (NTA) and works closely with An Taisce and with relevant disciplines within UL. LST is working with the Graduate Entry Medical School (GEMS) to link health and wellbeing initiatives with the project. LST has recruited 30 local champions to take on a ‘20 Weeks of Change’ challenge to incorporate Smarter Travel into their daily routine and to measure the impact on their health and well-being. This element of the LST project offers huge potential to link with national health and education policy and broaden the vision for Smarter Travel. This paper describes the development and implementation of community engagement...

Demonstrating localised workplace travel planning in Limerick City

Cullinane, Kay; Cosgrove, Tom
Fonte: Irish Transport Research Network Publicador: Irish Transport Research Network
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/conferenceObject; all_ul_research; ul_published_reviewed
ENG
Relevância na Pesquisa
66.32%
peer-reviewed; As 'Ireland's Smarter Travel Demonstration City' Limerick is charged with piloting ways to convince its citizens to move around their city in a more sustainable way, in particular to walk, cycle and use public transport more. The Limerick Smarter Travel (LST) project is funded by the Department of Transport with EU support and implemented by a multidisciplinary team of University of Limerick (UL) researchers and Limerick Local Authority staff [Cullinane and Cosgrove 2013]. Travel is an integral part of everyday life, which allows people to meet their needs by providing access to work, services and social gatherings. Commuting to work by car makes up a large proportion of all car traffic, particularly during the morning and evening peak periods in Limerick City. Consequently, workplace travel planning forms an integral part of the LST project. Workplace travel plans are behaviour change packages that are a tried and tested means of achieving mode shift away from the single-occupancy car. In the early 1990s, the idea of workplace travel planning began to gain ground in Britain, based on successful experience in the Netherlands and the US. Research shows that workplace travel plans can reduce car use by between 10-24% [Cairns et al 2004]. However...

Generating rich trip data using smartphone applications to facilitate feasibility studies for bicycle sharing schemes

O'Regan, Leo; Cosgrove, Tom; Higgins, Ross
Fonte: Irish Transport Research Network Publicador: Irish Transport Research Network
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/conferenceObject; all_ul_research; ul_published_reviewed
ENG
Relevância na Pesquisa
56.19%
peer-reviewed; Limerick was designated as Ireland’s National Smarter Travel demonstration area in 2012. Limerick Smarter Travel, which aims to promote sustainable travel in the City and suburbs, is a partnership between the Limerick Councils and the University of Limerick (UL). Within UL, final-year projects and other research is on-going in the smarter travel subject area. This paper is based on Limerick City’s Bike Sharing Scheme and a final-year project thesis which is a study of the feasibility of a stand-alone bike sharing scheme in the suburb of Castletroy adjacent to the University of Limerick. This paper also focused on discovering if it would be feasible to merge a Castletroy scheme with the existing Limerick city scheme or extend the existing city scheme to the Castletroy area. The paper details the use of a smartphone application to collect rich trip and mode share data and proposes this methodology as a significant improvement on current feasibility study methods for bike sharing scheme feasibility studies. The smartphone application is capable of collecting numerous persons travel data for the entire period of the day. Data such as distance travelled, mode of travel, time taken to travel and trip destination and origin are all collected within the application. From this data...

The ladies' 4-week cycle challenge: experiences and insights

O'Connell, Aileen; Higgins, Ross; Cosgrove, Tom
Fonte: Irish Transport Research Network Publicador: Irish Transport Research Network
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/conferenceObject; all_ul_research; ul_published_reviewed
ENG
Relevância na Pesquisa
56.19%
peer-reviewed; Limerick was designated as Ireland’s National Smarter Travel demonstration area in 2012. Limerick Smarter Travel (LST), which aims to promote sustainable travel in the City and suburbs, is a partnership between the Limerick Councils and the University of Limerick (UL). Within UL, final year projects and other research is on-going in the smarter travel subject area. Although cycling participation in Ireland is on the rise both nationally and locally within the Limerick community, travel survey data conducted by the LST team has demonstrated a significant gender gap exists among cyclists with far less women cycling than men. This paper is based on a final year project thesis: The Ladies’ 4-Week Cycle Challenge: An active research study of females investigating the barriers and motivators regarding cycling participation in Ireland. The research involved a group of females taking up cycling over a period of 4 weeks as a means of commuting to work/college. Following pre- and post-challenge interviews with the female participants a number of measures to encourage cycling participation among women are outlined along with recommendations for further research.

investigación de alternativas de transporte sostenible aplicadas a servientrega s.a; RESEARCH SUSTAINABLE TRANSPORTATION ALTERNATIVES TO BE SERVIENTREGA SA

Hernández Amaya, Alexander; Bacca, Angela
Fonte: Universidad Militar Nueva Granada; Facultad de Ingeniería; Especialización en Gerencia en Logística Integral Publicador: Universidad Militar Nueva Granada; Facultad de Ingeniería; Especialización en Gerencia en Logística Integral
Tipo: bachelorThesis; Trabajo de grado Formato: pdf; pdf
SPA
Relevância na Pesquisa
56.15%
Este artículo presenta el desarrollo de la Investigación de alternativas de Transporte Sostenible existentes en el mercado mundial que pueden ser aplicadas a la compañía Colombiana Servientrega y a diferentes empresas de Transporte a Nivel nacional que estén comprometidas con el medio ambiente e interesadas en la disminución de emisión de gases contaminantes por parte de su flota vehicular; en la investigación se identifica la gran importancia del uso de nuevas tecnologías para transportes terrestre y se da gran relevancia a casos de éxito a nivel mundial de países que identificaron que el hombre está destruyendo el planeta Tierra y que es deber del mismo hombre detener esta destrucción mediante estrategias que hagan del planeta un lugar acogedor para las futuras generaciones.; This paper presents the development of the research of alternative existing sustainable transport in the world market that can be applied to the Colombian Company Servientrega and different transport companies at the national level who are committed to the environment and interested in reducing emissions pollutants by its gas vehicle fleet, research identifies the importance of using new technologies for ground transportation and great importance is given to case studies of countries worldwide that identified that man is destroying the planet earth and it is the duty of same man stop this destruction through strategies that make the world a friendly place for future generations.