Lancaster & Paris
3 September 2001
The current edition of World Transport Policy & Practice, a quarterly
journal edited by Professor John Whitelegg, and brought to you in
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We have just placed Volume 7, Number 2, 2001 as a 1.1 MB PDF file at
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Contents of Volume 7, Number 2, 2001:
Cycling in African Cities: Status & Prospects
National symbolism undermining healthy transport policies? A case study of
Canberra's V8 Supercar race
Paul J. Tranter & Timothy J. Keeffe
Twisted Logic in the upside-down world of 'road safety' ideology: A case
study of 'The Safety & Security issues of Women drivers & passengers'
Determinants of air travel growth
Stefan K. Nielsen
Walking as a local transport modal choice in Adelaide
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