Brownbag on Asian Transport Outlook - Transport Sector Gap in 2030



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In this brownbag seminar of Asian Development Bank (ADB), Sudhir Gota talks about the gaps in the transport sector in Asia Pacific region by 2030

Asian Transport Outlook (ATO) is initiated by the ADB to strengthen the knowledge base on transport in the Asia-Pacific region. The ATO is developed in support of the planning and delivery of ADB Transport Sector Assistance. The ATO also supports Asian governments in transport policy development and delivery. ADB is working with other interested parties in developing the ATO as an instrument to track the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG), the Paris Agreement and other relevant international agreements on sustainable development in the transport sector.

The ATO covers 51 economies in the Asia Pacific region, including all developing and developed ADB members in the region as well as the Islamic Republic of Iran and the Russian Federation

ATO also recently released its ATO web-based interface which you can access here: https://asiantransportoutlook.com/. It aims to improve access to the ATO data and policy information collected in the 51 economies of the Asia Pacific region.
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