Target users: National/State Authorities
National and sub-national authorities will have a range of responsibilities depending on how urban transport function is in a country. In countries with a strong centralized structure, the national governments play a crucial role in planning, implementation, and operation of urban mobility systems. The national governments are usually responsible for setting the standards for mobility systems and services. This is crucial for introducing e-mobility as a common standard is suggested nationwide. These standards relate to the kind of charging infrastructure used, battery standards, battery disposal and recycling standards.
At a policy level the national governments can accelerate the adoption of e-mobility by incorporating e-mobility in national urban mobility plans and goals. National governments can develop ambitious national and international commitments that can catapult e-mobility adoption in the country. Several of these functions can be replicated by the sub-national governments if the urban mobility is a function of the sub-national governments.
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