New Transport Initiative Public Consultation
- A major public consultation exercise on the City of Edinburgh Council's
Transport Initiative has been lauched today (June 12) and will run until
July 31st. The University of Westminster is assisting the Council in
consultation through the EC's PRoGRESS Project. The consultation targets
members of the public and stakeholder groups in south east Scotland, and
based around a consultation leaflet that presents three options for a
future transport strategy, two involving congestion charging schemes.
Further details and response mechanisms are available at:
Feedback / comments on this consultation exercise are welcomed.
This is to let you know that with one eye to sparing many of our colleagues whose immediate level of interest in these discussions of preparing future special issues of the Journal of World Transport Policy and Practice may be limited, we have set up a special discussion group on the web which you can now access at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/WorldTransport-Focus/. (The main site for the Journal is at http://wTransport.org.)
We invite you to join the discussions by having a first look at the site, and if it seems to offer value for money (it’s free) simply by sending a blank email to sign on to WorldTransport-Focusfirstname.lastname@example.org. You may also wish to note the following:
Post message: WorldTransport-Focus@yahoogroups.com
As you will see if you go to the site, this is already proving to be quite a productive process. And of course if you have any ideas or suggestions for us, this is a good place to turn.
With all good wishes,
The Journal of World Transport Policy and Practice
The Electronic Edition is at http://wTransport.org
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