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85World Transport Policy & Practice -- 7.3 -- quarterly announcement

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  • Eric Britton
    Dec 16, 2001
      Lancaster & Paris
      December 2001

      World Transport Policy & Practice, a quarterly journal edited by
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      Contents of Volume 7, Number 3, 2001:

      Philine Gaffron

      Promoting cycling in the U.K. - Problems experienced by the
      Marcus Jones

      Local Transport Plans, Planning Policy Guidance & Cycling policy:
      Issues & future challenges
      Hugh McClintock

      Planning for more cycling: the York experience bucks the trend
      James Harrison

      Guidelines for a safety audit of bikeway systems
      Cameron T. Matwie & John F. Morrall

      Translating cycling policy into cycling practice
      Tim Ryley

      Another look at Germany's bicycle boom: implications for local
      transportation policy & planning strategy in the U.S.A.
      Heath Maddox

      A Nicaraguan Street Clash
      Joe Grengs

      Shanghai: The greatest cycling city in the world?
      Annemarie de Boom, Richard Walker & Rob Goldup

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