Grounding transport modeling and planning in principles of social justice
Author(s): Martens, Karel
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Martens, Karel
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Publication year: 2010
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Research theme: Management and Control, Policy and Planning
transport modeling
This report provides an overview of the activities and results of the project ‘Grounding transport modeling and planning in principles of social justice´. Following the guidelines of the Volvo Foundations, the report consists of three parts.

Section 2 will discuss in detail the research activities and results for the whole project period. It will start off with a brief discussion of the original proposal and then discuss the results of each of the research parts. Changes from the original project plan are explicitly discussed and motivated in the text. The section also contains a presentation of the scientific production generated by the project. Note that references in the text to publications that are a result of the project are marked with a star (*).

Section 4 presents a list of the key publications submitted together with this report.

Project's outcome: Distributive impacts of d-based modeling, 2010

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