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  • Eric Britton
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      World Transport Policy & Practice – Quarterly announcement

       

      Lancaster & Paris, 12 June 2002

       

      Volume 8, Number 1, 2002 of World Transport Policy & Practice, a quarterly journal edited by

      Professor John Whitelegg, is now available at http://wTransport.org

       

      Contents:

       

      ·         Editorial, John Whitelegg

       

      ·         Children's perceptions of transport, Simon Kingham & Sarah Donohoe

       

      ·         How does a family car matter? Leisure, travel & attitudes of adolescents in inner city Stockholm, Karin Sandqvist

       

      ·         Investigating perceptions of personal security on the Valley Lines rail network in South Wales, Paul M. Cozens, Richard H. Neale, Jeremy Whitaker & David Hillier

       

      ·         More about 'twisted logic' ... the position of 'soft people' from an upside-down world of 'road safety' ideology, Michael Yeates

       

      ·         Road traffic congestion: The extent of the problem, Francois Schneider, Axel Nordmann & Friedrich Hinterberger

       

      ·         Why rural areas in Britain will not benefit from lower transport fuel duty, Dominic Stead

       

      ·         Strategic Environmental Assessment: a new paradigm for the EU?, Steve Dawe

       

      ·         Notes for contributors

       

      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.

       

      If you have difficulty in downloading the file please contact [mailto:eric.britton@...]

      It is recommended that you use MS Internet Explorer or Netscape 6.1 to access the website.

        

      World Transport Policy & Practice, ISSN 1352-7614

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      Telephone +44 1524 63175    Fax +44 1524 848340

      Editor: Professor John Whitelegg [mailto:ecologic@...]

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      The Electronic Edition at http://wTransport.org

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