About the Journal

The "Sustainable Transportation and Urban Mobility (STUM) Journal" serves as a dynamic platform at the forefront of the discourse on fostering sustainable transportation solutions and enhancing urban mobility. In an era marked by rapid urbanization and escalating concerns over environmental degradation, this journal stands as a beacon of innovation, dedicated to unraveling the complexities of transportation systems and urban mobility patterns. By harnessing the collective expertise of researchers, practitioners, and policymakers, STUM endeavors to shape a future where cities are characterized by efficient, equitable, and environmentally friendly transportation networks.

Transportation lies at the heart of urban life, influencing everything from economic development to social equity and environmental sustainability. STUM provides a multidisciplinary forum for exploring the diverse facets of sustainable transportation, encompassing modes such as public transit, cycling, walking, electric vehicles, and emerging technologies like autonomous vehicles and shared mobility services. Through rigorous research articles, insightful reviews, and thought-provoking commentaries, the journal fosters dialogue and knowledge exchange to drive transformative change in transportation policies, planning, and practices.

With a keen emphasis on sustainability, STUM examines how transportation systems can be reimagined and optimized to minimize carbon emissions, reduce congestion, improve air quality, and promote social inclusion. From innovative infrastructure designs to smart mobility solutions, the journal explores cutting-edge approaches that prioritize environmental stewardship, social equity, and economic efficiency. By bridging the gap between theory and practice, STUM empowers stakeholders to navigate the complexities of urban mobility and chart a course toward more resilient and livable cities for future generations.