2 edition of Institutional aspects of urban transport in North America and their consequences found in the catalog.
Institutional aspects of urban transport in North America and their consequences
H. P. White
|Statement||H. P. White.|
|Series||Discussion papers in geography -- no.19|
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|Number of Pages||32|
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use. Other countries, such as those in North America and Europe, have fairly mature urban transport systems, thus resulting in a planning process that emphasizes the most efficient utilization of this system.
This paper focuses on the planning process primarily in the NorthCited by: (North,p. These could be formal or No matter how good a transport plan or policy is, their implementation is dependent on how suitable and In urban transport, a sound institutional analysis can help design a robust and transparent institutional structure, which can inter- alia create.
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National Urban Transport Policy (NUTP) into bring about comprehensive improvements in urban transport services and infrastructure. The policy focus is on moving people rather than vehicles. Increasing levels of auto ownership and use are causing severe social, economic, and environmental problems in virtually all countries in Europe and North America.
This book documents the worsening transport crisis and differences among countries in their urban transport and land-use systems.
The. Through an examination of transport planning in Australia, this book challenges conventional wisdom by showing, through original research, how 'car dependence' is as much an institutional.
Urban transport in Australia could once again be due for change. It has happened before. Beginning in the late s, our public transport-dominated.
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Urban sprawl, also called sprawl or suburban sprawl, the rapid expansion of the geographic extent of cities and towns, often characterized by low-density residential housing, single-use zoning, and increased reliance on the private automobile for transportation.
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A sustainable transportation system also requires the provision of a diverse, integrated and balanced public transportation services.