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Integrated Futures and Transport Choices

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ISBN13: 9780754619918
ISBN: 0754619915
Published: April 2005
Publisher: Routledge
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print

The UK transport White Paper ""A New Deal for Transport"" and new Transport Acts for England, Wales and Scotland have indicated and defined the future direction and policy agenda of national governments. The need for integrated transport raises key policy issues, among which are: the importance of sustainability; and the integration of transport policy with other areas of public policy, such as social exclusion and health. The idea of this direction in policy has implications for the changing nature of work, traveller information, interchange and public transport, freight distribution and the use of new technology. This volume also examines key areas of policy and regulation, which are developing as a result of the White Paper and the new Transport Acts.;The volume brings together leading UK academics in the field of transport studies to discuss and reflect on these issues, and the state of transport policy in the UK within this new and developing policy framework. In doing so, the collection provides a comprehensive review of this vital policy area.

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The Issues: public health and transport policy, Stephanie MacNeill and Paul Cullinan; social inclusion and transport, Julian Hine; the changing nature of work and transport, Ronald W. McQuaid; integrated traveller information - transport direct, Glenn Lyons, Reg Harman, John Austin and Alastair Duff. Replacing travel: technology-led futures, Margaret Grieco; reducing car dependence, Stephen G. Stradling; interchange and seamless travel, Julian Hine, Mark Wardman and Stephen G. Stradling; sustainable freight distribution, Alan McKinnon. The new deal for transport: the BEQUEST protocol for assessing the sustainability of urban development, Mark Deakin. The system and emerging patterns of regulation: changing organizational frameworks and patterns of governance, Stuart Cole; land use planning and the management of transport demand, Peter Headicar; bus regulation - from workhorse to thoroughbred, John Preston and Peter Mackie; rail regulation and competition - developments in Britain, Chris Nash; urban road user charging and workplace parking levies, Peter Bonsall and Dave Milne; economic instruments and traffic restraint, Stephen Potter, Marcus Enoch and Tom Rye; Streets for people, Terence Bendixson and Ben Plowden.