I. Introduction

Within future strategies directed at tackling climate change, a city’s transport system is largely perceived as a matter of mitigation, rather than adaptation (Revi et al., 2014). This is not surprising, given that transport is one of the leading contributors to carbon emissions. But this perspective underscores the centrality of transport to resilience. With systems supporting local and global supply chains, deliveries are increasingly made just-in-time; transport offers critical evacuation routes during extreme weather events; and when considering both, cities rely heavily on transport networks to facilitate food, water, or emergency resources to those in need (Ibid, 559–571)…

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