1. Singapore’s Mass Rapid Transit (MRT): The MRT operates fully automated trains that are energy-efficient and have reduced carbon emissions. Additionally, MRT stations have green roofs and rainwater harvesting.
2. London’s Tube: London’s Tube has implemented a regenerative braking system that collects the energy lost during braking and uses it to power the trains. The Tube has also introduced hybrid buses to its fleet.
3. Vancouver’s SkyTrain: Vancouver’s SkyTrain is powered by electricity and has a range of sustainable features, including regenerative braking and solar panels.
4. Helsinki’s Public Transport: Helsinki’s public transportation system aims to reduce carbon emissions to zero by 2050 through the use of electric buses, green roofs on stations, and smart route planning.
5. New York City’s Subway: New York City’s Subway has made efforts to reduce energy consumption and carbon emissions through the use of more efficient trains, LED lighting, and regenerative braking.
6. Hong Kong’s Mass Transit Railway (MTR): Hong Kong’s MTR has implemented energy-saving measures, such as using LED lighting and regenerative braking, and has pledged to reduce its carbon intensity by 75% before 2030.
7. Paris’ Metro: Paris’ Metro uses regenerative braking to reduce energy consumption and carbon emissions and has begun replacing older trains with more energy-efficient ones.
8. Portland’s TriMet: Portland’s TriMet has implemented a range of sustainable features, including hybrid buses and light rail trains, electric buses, and a commitment to renewable energy.
9. Berlin’s U-Bahn: Berlin’s U-Bahn is powered by electricity and has implemented energy-saving measures such as regenerative braking, efficient lighting, and automated train control.
10. Beijing’s Subway: Beijing’s Subway is powered by electricity and has made efforts to reduce energy consumption and carbon emissions through the use of efficient trains and lighting, regenerative braking, and a commitment to renewable energy.