Urban Transport without the hot air : Volume 1: Sustainable Solutions for Uk Cities
dispels long-standing transport myths;
looks at the successes of London and other UK and continental cities in providing 21st century transport;
and suggests solutions for a sustainable future.
By drawing on the experience of London, Bristol, Cambridge and other European towns, we can have cleaner and more pleasant places to live, and a more sustainable economy. The book is accessibly written, and is a must-read for the interested lay person as well as those involved in transport and urban planning.
In Volume 2, (forthcoming) Alan Cunningham considers the situation and solutions for the USA. Each volume can be read alone, or they can be read together to look at the wider global context.
- Hardback | 264 pages
- 184 x 241 x 26mm | 997.9g
- 01 Sep 2015
- UIT Cambridge
- Cambridge, United Kingdom
Other books in this series
01 May 2009
20 Feb 2009
01 Oct 2015
01 Sep 2015
01 Sep 2015
01 Feb 2020
Table of contents
1. The myths of urban transport
Part 1: Myths and problems
2. The problem
3. "There has been a war on the motorist"4. "Roads and airports benefit the economy"
5. "All we need is better public transport"
6. "Car ownership isn't a problem - only car use"
7. "You'll never get people over here cycling like the dutch"
8. "The car can be a guest in our streets"
9. We are building too many flats"
10. Summary: myths, values and challenges
Part 2: Sustainable Solutions
11. Four options for traffic in towns
12. European cities: inspiration and similarities
13. Carfree developments
14. London: the politics of bucking the trend
15. Progress in other British cities
16. What sort of cities do we want?
17. What can I do?
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