Chapter Coordinating Authors: Holger Dalkmann and Ko Sakamoto, Transport Research Laboratory, UK.
Fatma Ben Fadhl of UNEP managed the chapter, including the handling of peer reviews, interacting with the coordinating authors on revisions, conducting supplementary research and bringing the chapter to final production.
The chapter benefited from research conducted by the following experts: Dario Hidalgo, Aileen Carrigan, Prajna Rao, Madhav Pai and Clayton Lane (Embarq – the WRI Center for Sustainable Transport); Andrea M. Bassi, John P. Ansah and Zhuohua Tan (Millennium Institute); Yoshitsugu Hayashi (Nagoya University); Juan Carlos Dextre Quijandria and Felix Israel Cabrera Vega (Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru); Sanjivi Sundar, Chhavi Dhingra, Divya Sharma and Akshima Ghate (The Energy and Resources Institute); Anne Binsted, Kate Avery, Catherine Ferris and Ellie Gould (Transport Research Laboratory); Marianne Vanderschuren and Tanya Lane (University of Cape Town); and Ana Lucía Iturriza (ILO).
The coordinating authors would like to acknowledge the extensive work of the contributing authors, all of whom devoted a significant amount of time and effort in compiling the background papers. Much of their contributions were generously made in kind to make this work possible.
During the development of the chapter, the authors received advisory support from Rob De Jong and contributions from Elisa Dumitrescu, Kamala Ernest, Patricia Kim and Martina Otto from the United Nations Environment Programme.
We would also like to thank the peer reviewers (in their personal capacity) of the chapter consisting of Brinda Wachs and Romain Hubert (United Nations Economic Commission for Europe), ATM Nurul Amin (North South University, Bangladesh), Carmen Polo (consultant), Hernan Blanco (Research and Resources for Sustainable Development), Ian Parry (IMF), Justin Perrettson (Novozyme), and Arvid Strand (Oslo Transportøkonomisk institutt). A special thank also goes to Yuki Tanaka Iwao Matsuoka (Institution for Transport Policy Studies) as well as Lew Fulton and François Cuenot (International Energy Agency) for their role in facilitating access to data.