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eBook Achieving Sustainable Mobility: Everyday and Leisure-time Travel in the EU (Transport and Mobility) ePub

by Erling Holden

  • ISBN: 0754649415
  • Category: Engineering
  • Subcategory: Engineering
  • Author: Erling Holden
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Routledge (July 28, 2007)
  • Pages: 264
  • ePub book: 1545 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1740 kb
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  • Rating: 4.2
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Mit der Google Play Bücher App kannst du "Achieving Sustainable Mobility: Everyday and Leisure-time Travel in the EU" auf deinem PC sowie deinen Android- und iOS-Geräten lesen. Du kannst dir beim Lesen Notizen machen, interessante Stellen markieren, Lesezeichen verwenden und dir das E-Book herunterladen, um es offline zu lesen. There have been a number of policy attempts at sustainable mobility globally, such as the development of more efficient conventional transport technologies, the promotion of efficient and affordable public transport systems and the encouragement of environmental awareness.

At the same time, urban mobility is included in the framework of the Healthy Cities movement.

Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU). At the same time, urban mobility is included in the framework of the Healthy Cities movement. Second, in the literature on transport and sustainable development, the terms "sustainable transport" (also sustainable transportation and sustainable transport systems et. and "sustainable mobility" are used synonymously. Sustainable transport seems to be preferred in North America, and sustainable mobility in Europe .

It also argues that leisure-time travel should be included in any sustainable mobility policies . Part III The Theses and EU Policy Implications: 14 theses of sustainable mobility; Sustainable mobility in the European Union; Bibliography; Index

Contents: Foreword; A new imperative for the EU transport policy. Part III The Theses and EU Policy Implications: 14 theses of sustainable mobility; Sustainable mobility in the European Union; Bibliography; Index.

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Achieving Sustainable Mobility : Everyday and Leisure-Time Travel in the E.

Achieving Sustainable Mobility : Everyday and Leisure-Time Travel in the Eu. by Erling Holden.

Sustainable mobility has become the new imperative for transport policy

Sustainable mobility has become the new imperative for transport policy.

Handle: RePEc:taf:transr:v:31:y:2011:i:6:p:807-808 DOI: 1. 080/01441647. If you are a registered author of this item, you may also want to check the "citations" tab in your RePEc Author Service profile, as there may be some citations waiting for confirmation.

Sustainable mobility has become the new imperative for transport policy. Such policies have so often been presented as prerequisites for sustainable mobility that they are now taken for granted. But are any of these policies really successful? To what extent do they actually contribute (or fail to contribute).

Sustainable mobility has become the new imperative for transport policy. There have been a number of policy attempts at sustainable mobility globally, such as the development of more efficient conventional transport technologies, the promotion of efficient and affordable public transport systems and the encouragement of environmental awareness. Such policies have so often been presented as prerequisites for sustainable mobility that they are now taken for granted. But are any of these policies really successful? To what extent do they actually contribute (or fail to contribute) to sustainable mobility? Why do some policies succeed and others fail? Using an interdisciplinary approach which brings together various theories and methodologies, this book tests each of these policies - or hypotheses, as the author sees them - with detailed empirical investigations. It also argues that leisure-time travel should be included in any sustainable mobility policies, as it now accounts for 50 per cent of all annual travel distance in developed countries. The book concludes by suggesting fourteen theses of sustainable mobility for the EU and a new model for future best practice.