After Stern and Eddington: where is transport going?

Russell, Jim
September 2008
Logistics & Transport Focus;Sep2008, Vol. 10 Issue 9, p42
Trade Publication
The author comments on the declaration by London, England director of transport policy Kulveer Ranger that no mode of transport on London's roads should be seen above any other. He discusses the "Transport Energy Metrics" which reveals that public transport is not always greener than the car. He cites some challenges that must be addressed for the case for transferring passengers from road to air to electric railways to succeed. The author also comments on the document "Rail Technical Strategy."


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