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176 - Sustainable Mobility - Introduction
June 2003
Sustainable mobility is a term that summarises what is at stake in contemporary attempts to redress the balance of costs and benefits in the transport sector. It marks a shift away from the traditional transport planning approach, which conceptualised transport as a derived demand and as a support infrastructure for economic growth, towards a policy approach that is informed by evidence and risk assessment and which recognises the pitfalls of unconstrained growth.

Article File 176_introduction.pdf
Author(s) Liana Giorgi
Periodical Name ISSJ
Publication date 2003-06

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