4 edition of Future of urban transport found in the catalog.
Future of urban transport
Includes bibliographical references (p. 131-134) and index.
|Statement||Carmen Hass-Klau, Graham Crampton.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 137 p. :|
|Number of Pages||137|
When the urban transport system experiences major difficulties, consequences are felt by households, by businesses, and by the urban community at large. Negative consequences include: Health and safety: Pollution and road accidents are major public health issues, the latter resulting in over one million deaths annually. urban transport; new technology; future developments. This new edition has been fully revised and updated to take account of recent major developments that have taken place in the world of transport, including the function of the Strategic Rail Authority, the Transport Act and the restructuring of the Department of Transport, Local Reviews: 3.
Redesigning Cities is a great read for transportation and urban planners, and anyone else interested in understanding the relationship between urban design, land use, and transportation. Barnett does an excellent job of explaining lessons learned - what to avoid from the past, and what we need to do to get it right in the future. Books in series. Safe Mobility: Challenges, Methodology and Solutions, Volume 11; Transport, Travel and Later Life, Volume 10; Walking, Volume 9; Paratransit: Shaping the Flexible Transport Future, Volume 8; Sustainable Urban Transport, Volume 7; Sustainable Logistics, Volume 6; Parking Issues and Policies, Volume 5; Sustainable Aviation.
To examine what future urban transport systems might look like, I recently directed a future-gazing project for New Zealand’s Ministry of Transport exploring how people might be traveling in the Author: Marcus Enoch. These are both big problems. As more automated cars start driving on roads, if each one is single-occupancy only, that might lead to a transportation and urban "disaster" waiting to happen, notes Sperling, who just released a book on how transportation is moving toward a three-pronged revolution of electrification, automation and sharing.
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