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    World Transport Policy & Practice - Latest edition now available Paris, 04/29/00 The Journal of World Transport Policy & Practice is a quarterly which is
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      World Transport Policy & Practice - Latest edition now available

      Paris, 04/29/00

      The Journal of World Transport Policy & Practice is a quarterly which is
      available free of charge under The Commons. The only practically-oriented
      journal dealing with the major issues in a field of international concern,
      World Transport Policy and Practice provides a high-quality medium for
      original and creative ideas in world transport. We are now making it free
      in an attempt to reach a wider readership, encompassing advocates and
      activists as well as academics and advisers.

      Volume 6, Number 1 is now available at http://ecoplan.org/wtpp/. Its
      contents include:

      * Editorial - John Whitelegg

      * "Traffic reduction versus development pressures: Sustainable transport in
      Liverpool, United Kingdom" - Paul Tranter & Peter Lonergan

      * "The Ten Myths of Automobile Dependence" - Peter Newman & Jeff Kenworthy

      * "Moving together - on shaping automobilisation" - J Beckmann

      * "Sustainable Development & Transportation: Past Experiences and Future
      Challenges" - Edward Akinyemi & Mark Zuidgeest

      * Sustainable Transport - A Comparative Analysis of Israel, the Netherlands
      and the United Kingdom" - Pnina O. Plaut & Deborah F. Shmueli

      The Journal's Web site provides not only background information and access
      to past copies, but also a number of communications tools, including a
      discussion forum.. Letters to the editor and contributions are invited. The
      Journal is supported by voluntary contributions. Further details and
      background are available at http://www.ecoplan.org/wtpp.
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