Carmen
Hass-Klau
Researcher (Smaller Project)
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Biography:
Carmen Hass‐Klau is German and Professor of Public Transport Systems and European Urban Transport in the Faculty of Engineering at the University of Wuppertal in Germany, and Principal of Environmental and Transport Planning in Brighton, England, a consultancy specialising in European public transport.
She is author and co‐author of 12 major books. With reference to the latter some of her most recent important work has analysed the different technical issues and political choices between buses, light rail and guided buses. During the last 7 years work has been carried out on analysing the economic impacts of public transport schemes especially with reference to changes in house prices. She has also conducted a study on public transport accessibility and its effect on car ownership in several countries.

Project titles:

1. Future of Urban Transport: New Evidence on Public Transport Accessibility and its Effect on Car Ownership (2004)
Host organisation: 10 Clermont Terrace, Brighton, East Sussex, UK

2. Future of Urban Transport: Learning from Success and Weakness (Part 2- 2002)
3. Future Urban Transport: Learning from Success and Failure (Part 1- 2001)
Host organisation: Env. & Transport Planning, Brighton, UK


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