Port of Valencia unveils Sustainable Transport to Work Plan

Port of Valencia advocates a Sustainable Transport to Work Plan

The Port Authority of Valencia (PAV) has promoted the development of a ‘Sustainable Transport to Work Plan’ that aims to turn the port into an emission-free area.

The emission-free area is set to be accessible for: pedestrian, cyclist, public transport, personal mobility vehicle and electric car.

According to PAV, the goal is to promote space harmonisation and healthy cohabitation of shared areas for walkers, cyclists, and personal mobility vehicles, with a focus on road safety.

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In this regard, Valenciaport has awarded the creation of this plan, in the development of which the enclosure employees will participate.

It is estimated that the activities implemented in it will lower at least 15 per cent of journeys in private automobiles and their corresponding CO2 emissions in the short term.

In September, PAV raised concerns about the imminent Emissions Trading System (ETS) and its potential impact on Asian and American ship routes.

Additionally, PAV declared its interest in international commerce and the necessity of comprehensive global connection for the industrial fabric.

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