Meaning of motorization in English:

motorization

(British motorisation)

Pronunciation /məʊtərʌɪˈzeɪʃ(ə)n/

noun

See motorize

‘With mass motorization the situation has changed, and the relative advantages the car once conferred have dwindled: the more cars, the less joy.’
  • ‘Oil changed everyday life and work in the developed world by spurring mass motorization, broader access to electricity, and the spread of synthetic materials.’
  • ‘Economic development in ASEAN countries has spurred a rapid growth in motorization and led to a significant worsening of road safety throughout the region.’
  • ‘Today motor vehicle crashes are causing substantial numbers of deaths in countries that are relatively new to motorisation.’
  • ‘Rampant motorisation, of course, is also exacerbating the nightmare of air pollution in Third World cities.’