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  1. Planning Olympic Legacies

    Transport Dreams and Urban Realities

    By Eva Kassens-Noor

    When a city wins the right to hold the Olympics, one of the oft cited advantages to the region is the catalytic effect upon the urban and transport projects of the host cities. However, with unparalleled access to documents and records, Eva Kassens-Noor questions and challenges this fundamental...

    Published April 25th 2012 by Routledge

  2. Infrastructure Sustainability and Design

    Edited by Spiro N. Pollalis, Andreas Georgoulias, Stephen J. Ramos, Daniel Schodek

    You're overseeing a large-scale project, but you're not an engineering or construction specialist, and so you need an overview of the related sustainability concerns and processes. To introduce you to the main issues, experts from the fields of engineering, planning, public health, environmental...

    Published January 22nd 2012 by Routledge

  3. Megapolitan America

    By Arthur Nelson, Robert Lang

    With an expected population of 400 million by 2040, America is morphing into an economic system composed of twenty-three 'megapolitan' areas that will dominate the nation’s economy by midcentury. These 'megapolitan' areas are networks of metropolitan areas sharing common economic, landscape,...

    Published January 19th 2012 by APA Planners Press

  4. Transport and Urban Development

    By David Banister

    **The 2011 paperback version of this book is an exact reprint of the hardback, originally printed in 1995** The editor and his contributors take an international perspective on the links between land use, development and transport and present the latest thinking, the theory and practice of these...

    Published November 17th 2011 by Routledge

  5. Transport Economics

    Edited by David A. Hensher

    Series: Critical Concepts in Economics

    An effective transport infrastructure—and its associated services—are widely regarded as key components of an efficient, equitable, and sustainable society. But the link between transport provision (especially car ownership) and growing global levels of, for example, social exclusion, congestion,...

    Published October 25th 2011 by Routledge

  6. Transport Matters

    Integrated Approaches to Planning City-Regions

    By Angela Hull

    Series: RTPI Library Series

    Addressing the principles of sustainability, spatial planning, integration, governance and accessibility of transport, this book focuses on the problem of providing efficient and low energy transport systems which serve the needs of everybody. It explores many of the new arguments, ideas and...

    Published August 8th 2010 by Routledge

  7. Slow Travel and Tourism

    By Janet Dickinson, Les Lumsdon

    Series: Tourism Environment and Development

    It is widely recognized that travel and tourism can have a high environmental impact and make a major contribution to climate change. It is therefore vital that ways to reduce these impacts are developed and implemented. 'Slow travel' provides such a concept, drawing on ideas from the 'slow food'...

    Published July 13th 2010 by Routledge

  8. Integrated Transport

    From Policy to Practice

    Edited by Moshe Givoni, David Banister

    Travel is an essential part of everyday life and today most journeys are multimodal. It is the total travel experience that counts and integrated transport must reduce the inconvenience of transfers between modes. Most research and many publications on transport policy advocate sustainable...

    Published June 2nd 2010 by Routledge

  9. An Introduction to Sustainable Transportation

    Policy, Planning and Implementation

    By Preston L. Schiller, Eric C. Bruun, Jeffrey R. Kenworthy

    Transportation plays a substantial role in the modern world; it provides tremendous benefits to society, but it also imposes significant economic, social and environmental costs. Sustainable transport planning requires integrating environmental, social, and economic factors in order to develop...

    Published April 1st 2010 by Routledge

  10. Transport for Suburbia

    Beyond the Automobile Age

    By Paul Mees

    The need for effective public transport is greater than ever in the twenty-first century. With countries like China and India moving towards mass-automobility, we face the prospects of an environmental and urban health disaster unless alternatives are found. It is time to move beyond the...

    Published December 15th 2009 by Routledge