Passenger transports

A travel labeled with Good Environmental Choice meet high demands on climate impact, has low emissions that are harmful to health and the environment. In the production of vehicles and their fuels it contributes to reduce the negative environmental impact on the environmental and people.

Some of the demands for the different modes of transport 

Bike sharing: vehicle production, service and repair, increased average use per vehicle, handling of obsolete components, electricity and requirements for service vehicles.

Car sharing: climate impact, emission class, fuel, electricity and cleaning of vehicles, minimum number of users per car per month, availability and that even smaller vehicles than cars are offered.

Taxi: ownership of the vehicles, electric, fuel cell or biogas vehicles, the fuel and cleaning.

Bus, long-distance travel: emission class, climate impact, the fuel, cleaning and eco-labeled on board.

Bus, local and regional: vehicle production, emission class, climate impact, fuel, cleaning and eco-labeled on board.

Rail transport: vehicle production, fuel, energy use, cleaning and eco-labeled on board as well as requirements when serving food on board.

Vessels: if any batteries for electric operation, fuel, increasing share of renewable fuels, shore connection, energy use, emissions of sulfur and nitrogen oxides, cleaning and eco-labeled on board as well as requirements when serving food on board.

Are you interested in applying for Good Environmental Choice for your Passenger transport?

You will find the criteria here