Muhammad Kamran,Abdul Farhan,Syed Shujaat Ali Shah,



Sustainable Transportation,Urban Transportation,Transportation System,Pakistan,


Transportation system in urban areas of Pakistan is facing issues of sustainability. Transportation sustainability challenges must be processed. The sustainable practices deployment is necessary solution to the increasing traffic. While effectiveness of these sustainable solutions mainly depends on the public awareness and their attitude towards them. This research is conducted to assess the sustainable transportation practices with the awareness level of citizens and how they think about them during their interaction to these solutions. The method of this research is selected as quantitative somehow mixed with the qualitative research. To assess the public attitude questionnaire was developed based on the indicators of the sustainable transportation practices. This questionnaire is spread among the resident of Lahore and Karachi city after evaluating their needs for better and sustainable transportation to overcome increasing urban development. The results show that people have overall positive attitude towards sustainable development.


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