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Volume 8, Number 2, 2002 of World Transport Policy & Practice

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  • Eric Britton
    ************************************************************************ ************************ Lancaster & Paris, 21 August, 2002 Volume 8, Number 2, 2002
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      Lancaster & Paris, 21 August, 2002


      Volume 8, Number 2, 2002 of World Transport Policy & Practice, a quarterly journal edited by Professor John Whitelegg, is now available at http://wTransport.org


      This edition of the journal is dedicated to the memory of Louise Darracott Britton (1916-2000)




      * Editorial, John Whitelegg


      * Toward a New World of Fair Mobility? Or is it true that you can't get there, until you have been there?, Eric Britton


      * Compromise & constraint: Examining the nature of transport disability in the context of local travel, Alison Porter


      * Older people & road safety: Dispelling the myths, Kit Mitchell


      * 'Enabling' transport for mobility-impaired people: the role of Shopmobility, Robert Gant


      * Concessionary fares in Britain: what we need to know, Tom Rye, David Seaman, David McGuigan & David Siddle


      * The Disability Discrimination Act & developments in accessible public transport in the U.K., Bryan Matthews


      * Evaluating Transportation Equity, Todd Litman


      * Notes for contributors




      World Transport Policy & Practice,

      ISSN 1352-7614

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      The Journal is free of charge as Adobe Acrobat PDF files at http://wTransport.org. This policy of free distribution is intended to help the Journal reach a wider readership, encompassing advocates

      and activists, as well as policy makers, operators, suppliers, academics, and advisers.


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