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Journal of World Transport Policy and Practice - Vol. 13, No. 1 Sustainable Mobility: Seen to the Year 2030

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  • Eric Britton
    Dear Friends: This is an advance announcement about new numbers of the Journal of World Transport Policy and Practice which are on line at www.wtransport.org.
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      Journal of World Transport Policy and Practice - Vol. 13, No. 1 Sustainable Mobility: Seen to the Year 2030

      Dear Friends:

      This is an advance announcement about new numbers of the Journal of World Transport Policy and Practice which are on line at www.wtransport.org.

      Vol. 13, No. 1 Sustainable Mobility: Seen to the Year 2030 has just been posted to the site and is now freely available for you.

          Contents

      ·       Editorial    John Whitelegg
      ·       Abstracts & Keywords 
      ·       What goes up must come down: Household car ownership and ‘Walking for transport’  - Hazel Baslington
      ·       Trends, innovative course settings and levers for mobility & transport:
      ·       Seen to the year 2030 - Hartmut H. Topp
      ·       Splintering the public realm: using local public space for corporate economic gain?  - Fiona Raje
      ·       Effects of pedestrianisation on the commercial and retail areas: study in Kha San Road, Bangkok - Santhosh Kumar K., William Ross

      ·       Cycling for active transport and recreation in Australia: status review and future directions   Rissel C, Garrard J

      ·       Travel in Inner City versus Urban Fringe of Adelaide: the Role of Neighbourhood Design - Soltani A, Allan A, Sommenhalli S, Primerano F

      The special issue on China will be posted shortly.

      Eric Britton



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