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Social Change and Sustainable Transport

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ISBN-10: 0253340675

ISBN-13: 9780253340672

Edition: 2002

Authors: William R. Black, Peter Nijkamp

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This book presents papers from a conference on Social Change and Sustainable Transport that was held at the University of California at Berkeley in March 1999 under the auspices of the European Science Foundation and the National Science Foundation.
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Book details

Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: Indiana University Press
Publication date: 11/29/2002
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 320
Size: 8.50" wide x 10.98" long x 0.59" tall
Weight: 2.750
Language: English

Introduction: Pathways to Sustainable Transport and Basic Themes
An Overview
Social Change and Sustainable Transport: A Manifesto on Transatlantic Research Opportunities
Social Trends and Research Needs in Transport and Environmental Planning
Research Issues Regarding Societal Change and Transport: An Update
Sustainable Transport
Information and Communication Technologies and Transport
Globalization and Transportation: Contradictions and Challenges
Institutional Dimensions of Sustainable Transport
Social Change and Sustainability of Transport
Social Implications of Sustainable Transport
EU Policy Scenario Building for Sustainable Mobility
A Study of EU-U.S. Integrated Policies to Address the Consequences of Social Change for the Sustainability of Transport
Transport-Land Use Relations in Restructuring Metropolitan Areas: Implications for Air Quality in Chicago and Stockholm
Social Change and Transportation in U.S. Edge Cities
Dependence on the Automobile
Keeping the Holy Grail: The "Mobility View" of the Danish Automobile Club FDM
Car Dependence as a Social Problem: A Critical Essay on the Existing Literature and Future Needs
Growing Up With and Without a Family Car
Sustainable Lifestyles? Microsimulation of Household Formation, Housing Choice, and Travel Behavior
Quality, Equity, and Mobility
Sustainable Transport and Quality of Life: A Psychological Analysis
Introducing Environmental Equity Concerns into the Discourse on Sustainable Transport: A Research Agenda
Women and Travel: The Sustainability Implications of Changing Roles
Mobility Behavior of the Elderly: Its Impact on the Future Road Traffic System
Residential Location and Daily Mobility Patterns: A Swedish Case Study of Households with Children
Increasing Travel and Transport
Driven to Travel: The Identification of Mobility-Inclined Market Segments
Picnics, Pets, and Pleasant Places: The Distinguishing Characteristics of Leisure Travel Demand
The Impact of Day Tourism on the Environment and Sustainability: The Northwestern Mediterranean Arc
Company Cars and Company-Provided Parking
Can a Decoupling of Traffic and Economic Growth Be Envisaged?
Sustainability and Freight Transport
External Costs of Belgian Freight Traffic: A Network Analysis of Their Internalization
Toward Multimodal Networks and Nodes of Freight Transport in the European Union
Technological Innovations and Spatio-Organizational Changes: Toward a Sustainable Urban Freight Transport System
The Future of Railway Transport in Europe: Toward Sustainable Development
Cultural Perspectives
Transport Culture and the Economy of Speed: Speed Limits and Changing Patterns of Accessibility in the United States
Transport and Logistics in City Regions: Driving Forces for Counterurbanization?
N3: The Intersection of Transportation Networks, Communication Networks, and Community Networks
Alternative Solutions
Implementation of Pricing Measures for Sustainable Transport: Investigating Economic Efficiency and Social Acceptability
Consumer E-Commerce, Virtual Accessibility, and Sustainable Transport
Uncertainty in the Adoption of Sustainable Transport Technology: The Electric Vehicle
Closing Thoughts and a Look toward the Future