October 28, 2016

Profiling Motorized 3- and 2-Wheelers for 1 Clean City: Developing Strategies to Curb Emissions from Transport

Purpose and Objective

Develop city fleet profiles of motorized 2-& 3-wheelers used as public transport towards formulating Avoid-Shift-Improve Strategies to reduce emissions.

Target Participants

City Administration Section Heads & their technical support staff:
– Transport Licensing Section
– Transport Planning/City Engineering Section
– Records section
– Environmental Section
– Head of local 2&3-W associations
– Representative of City Council on transport
– Representative of local traffic enforcement
– Local NGOs and civil society groups focusing on air quality and mobility


At the end of the training, the participants will be able to:

1. Generate a city fleet profile of public 2- or 3-wheeler use by computing the following transport-related metrics:
percentage of two-stroke units
2- or 3W-vehicle to population ratio
estimated vehicle kilometers travelled
estimated passenger kilometers
estimated emissions from 2- or 3W fleet
2. Propose at least one Avoid-Shift-Improve strategy to reduce emissions from 2- or 3-wheelers that are applicable to their city and communicate this in a presentation.

Course Outline

Module 1. One Clean City: Relating Transport to Air Quality
Module 2. Data and Statistics: Profiling our City and Fleet
Module 3. Measuring Transport Activity and Impacts of 2- and 3-Wheelers in Your City
Module 4. A Tale of Two Cities
Module 5. Three Strategies: Avoid-Shift-Improve
Module 6. Three Actions: Applying A-S-I Strategies to your City

Participation Fee

Php 10,000 per person, inclusive of training kit, course materials, certificate with holder, lunch, and snacks. Please make checks payable to UP National Center for Transportation Studies Foundation, Inc. (UPNCTSFI).

Minimum Degree Requirement

Bachelor’s Degree.


Application form can be downloaded here.
Required documents and payment details can be downloaded here.