The People’s Public Transport Policy is the result of a collaborative effort involving the International Transport Workers Federation (ITF) representing 700 affiliated trade unions from 150 countries and a number of non-union organizations and activists. It sets out 28 policy demands that express the ITF’s vision for a social model of public transport covering six key areas of public transport: public ownership, public financing, employment and decent work, women in public transport, worker control of technology and climate change.
The detailed chapters are based on three sources: existing ITF policies and statements; recent developments and experiences in the urban transport sector; and external contributions from organizations and activists. The chapters developed by these organizations represent the views of their contributing authors and are not necessarily consistent with those of the ITF and its affiliates.
The full report and its separate sections can be read HERE.