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Car-Free Development" module by Lloyd Wright

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  • Carlos F. Pardo
    Car-Free Development Official release: 22 September 2005 (International Car-Free Day) Dear all, Today, GTZ-SUTP is releasing the latest module in its
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      “Car-Free Development” Official release: 22 September 2005 (International Car-Free Day)

       

      Dear all,

       

      Today, GTZ-SUTP is releasing the latest module in its Sustainable Transport Sourcebook.  The new document is entitled “Car-Free Development” by Lloyd Wright.

       

      “Car-Free Development” can be downloaded at no cost from the following web site:

       

      http://www.sutp.org/download/carfreemodule.php

       

      The 220+ page document covers a range of issues around car-free development, including:

       

      1. Overview of worldwide car-free activities (e.g. car-free days, car-free housing, large-scale pedestrianisation)
      2. Outline of project implementation process (project development, design, promotion, evaluation)
      3. Listing of car-free resources, including information resources and funding opportunities

       

      We look forward to your feedback on this document. Note: it is 15MB, so please try to download it from a broadband Internet service.

       

      From the staff at GTZ-SUTP, have a happy Car-Free Day.

       

      Carlos F. Pardo

      Project Coordinator

      GTZ Sustainable Urban Transport Project (SUTP)

      Room 0942, Transport Division, UN-ESCAP

      ESCAP UN Building

      Rajadamnern Nok Rd.

      Bangkok 10200, Thailand

      Tel:  +66 (0) 2 - 288  2576 (during August- September: +57 1 635 9048)

      Fax: +66 (0) 2 - 280  6042 (during August- September: +57 1 635 9015)

      Mobile: +66 (0) 1 - 772 4727 (during August- September: +57 3 15 802 4115)

      e-mail: carlos.pardo@...

      Website: www.sutp.org

       

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