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A Billion Trips a Day: Tradition and Transition in European Travel Patterns
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A Billion Trips a Day: Tradition and Transition in European Travel Patterns (Hardback)

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A Billion Trips a Day: Tradition and Transition in European Travel Patterns consists of twenty-four original chapters developed by a network of transport professionals in a coordinated manner. The three parts of the book are: European Mobility Patterns; Dimensions of European Mobility, and National Perspectives. Mobility in fourteen countries is described and ten chapters of analysis compare the major dimensions of travel across Europe, which is seen as a laboratory for transport policies.

A Billion Trips a Day: Tradition and Transition in European Travel Patterns questions the uniqueness of European travel and transport policies and demonstrates that, in many ways, Europe is different from other developed economies. However, there are side dissimilarities within Europe. The authors take a deep look at the underlying factors which affect travel behavior, with the objective of providing the necessary information for policy making. The comparative chapters of Part II provide an analysis based on national perspectives of the role of the time dimension travel; automobile ownership and use; commuting; public transport; and international travel. They also review the transport policies applied in Europe, explaining why some policies work in some places, while failing in others.

BusinessEconomicsBusinessIndustry & industrial studiesPhilosophy, Psychology & Social SciencesSocial groupsUrban communities Publisher: Springer Publication Date: 31/07/1993 ISBN-13: 9780792322979  Details: Type: Hardback Format: Books
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