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Grounding transport modeling and planning in principles of social justice
Author(s)/Project leader: Martens, Karel
Research organisation: Smaller Projects Abstracts
Year: 2010
In: 2010
Keywords: transport modeling
Type: Report
BUSREP - Strategies for better user representation in public transport
Research organisation: Year: 2010
In: VREF, Smaller Project 2005-2, 2004-28, 2002-05
Keywords: citizens involvement, representation, public transport planning, policy, production, practice
Type: Final Report
Deprivation and Road Safety
Author(s)/Project leader: Noland, Robert
Research organisation: Year: 2010
In: VREF, Smaller Project 2006-16
Keywords: database analysis, deprivation, traffic fatalities, London, New Jersey
Type: Final Report
Evaluation of recent transport sustainability policies in Brazil
Research organisation: Year: 2010
In: VREF, Smaller Project 2007-04
Keywords: transport policy, evaluation, Brazil, sustainable, equitable, transport systems
Type: Final Report
Innovative solutions to freight distribution in the complex large urban area of Rome
Author(s)/Project leader: Filippi, Francesco
Research organisation: Year: 2010
In: VREF, Smaller Project 2007-50
Keywords: urban freight transport, time windows, environmental regulation, load factor regulation, loading/unloadingspaces, dedicated lanes
Type: Final Report
Smooth, Efficient, Safe, Green—Main Issues of Sustainable Urban Public Transport in China
Author(s)/Project leader: Hongyang, Wu, Jiang, Yulin
Research organisation: CoE Beijing, P. R. China
Year: 2010
In: Beijing: Science Press, June, 2010.
Keywords: sustainable transport development, Chinese cities
Type: Book
Practices and Policies of Green Urban Transport in China
Author(s)/Project leader: Jiang, Yulin, Zhenyu, Li
Research organisation: CoE Beijing, P. R. China
Year: 2010
In: JOURNEYS, LTA Academy, Land Transport Authority, 2010.05.
Keywords: China, challenges, urnanisation, motorisation, policy recommendations
Type: Research article
The Organization and Future of the Matatu Industry in Nairobi, Kenya
Author(s)/Project leader: Graeff, Jennifer
Research organisation: CoE New York, USA
Year: 2010
In: Under review
Keywords: public transport developement, Kenya, paratransit transports
Type: Research article
Nairobi Metropolitan Region: Networking the Sustainable African Metropolis: Issues, Visions, Concepts
Research organisation: CoE New York, USA
Year: 2010
In: Report delivered to the Ministry of Nairobi Metropolitan Development
Keywords: metropolitan, sustainable, networks, vision, spatial planning concepts, Nairobi
Type: Report
Critical examination of the planning of mega urban transportation projects - What lessons from the channel tunnel rail link?
Author(s)/Project leader: Dimitriou, Harry T., Ward, E. John, Wright, Phil
Research organisation: CoE London, UK
Year: 2010
In: -
Keywords: project planning, project appraisal , project delivery, MUTPs, decision making
Type: Paper
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