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At the ASEAN level, TCC advises and supports the implementation of the Kuala Lumpur Transport Strategic Plan 2016-2025 (KLTSP). Input and support for the development of this plan — which includes a specific chapter on sustainable transport for the first time — was given during the first phase of the project. The project regularly participates […]

Indonesia

Indonesia is the TCC partner country with the largest population, of which 54% are living in urban areas (2015)[5]. Yet, the population is spread out across 922 permanently inhabited islands. In Indonesia, the TCC project focusses on sustainability in the road freight sector and fuel economy standards for road vehicles. It is complimentary to other transport-related […]

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Vehicle fuel economy labelling in the Philippines becomes mandatory

President Rodrigo Duterte approved the “Energy Efficiency and Conservation Act” of the Philippines last April 12, 2019. The law, also known as Republic Act (RA) 11285, is an “act institutionalizing energy efficiency and conservation (EE&C), enhancing the efficient use of energy, and granting incentives to energy efficiency and conservation projects.” It seeks to promote the […]

Enhancing road freight transport in the Philippines through national standards

Enhancing road freight transport in the Philippines through national standards

The logistics sector of the Philippines continues to improve, as evidenced by improvement in its Logistics Performance Index (LPI) world ranking from 71st (out of 160 countries) in 2016 to 64th in 2018. This indicates that the movement of goods in the country will further increase and this will result to huge increase in greenhouse […]

The ASEAN Fuel Economy Roadmap for Transport Sector 2018-2025: With Focus on Light-Duty Vehicles

The ASEAN Fuel Economy Roadmap for Transport Sector 2018-2025: With Focus on Light-Duty Vehicles

Within the next 10 years, car trips are projected to double across the ten ASEAN Member States. By 2025, sales of passenger cars are estimated to be well above 3 million cars per year, from about 1.5 million in 2015 (OICA 2016). With increasing car ownership but overall still low motorisation levels, it is realistic […]

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