Developers Urged to Consider 'Green' Travel

April 2001
Logistics & Transport Focus;Apr 2001, Vol. 3 Issue 3, p11
Trade Publication
Focuses on a British government guide, published by the Energy Efficiency Best Practice Programme, encouraging professionals involved in the development process to consider "green" travel as part of their activities. Details of the guide entitled "Travel Plans -- A Guide for Developer," including the role of property developers, site managers, planners, architects and engineers in fostering alternative modes of transportation.


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