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Urban Transportation and Land Use
Author(s)/Project leader: Notteboom, Theo, Rodrigue, Jean-Paul, Shaw, John
Research organisation: CoE Southern California U, USA
Year: 2013
In: The Sage Handbook of Transport Studies, London: Sage
Keywords: Urban transportation, Land Use
Type: Book chapter
The Geography of Transport Systems
Author(s)/Project leader: Rodrigue, Jean-Paul
Research organisation: CoE Southern California U, USA
Year: 2013
In: Routledge
Keywords: Geography, transport systems
Type: Book
The Limits of BRT - A Cape Town Case Study
Author(s)/Project leader: Goldwyn, Eric
Research organisation: CoE New York, USA
Year: 2013
In: The Atlantic Cities 2013-March
Keywords: Cape Town, Bus Rapid Transit
Type: Research article
Institutional Barriers to Sustainable Transport
Author(s)/Project leader: Curtis, Carey, Low, Nicholas
Research organisation: CoE Melbourne, Australia
Year: 2012
In: Ashgate
Keywords: Transport planning; car dependence; transport policy; sustainable mobility
Type: Book
Transforming Urban Transport - The Ethics, Politics and Practices of Sustainable Mobility
Author(s)/Project leader: Low, Nicholas
Research organisation: CoE Melbourne, Australia
Year: 2012
In: Routledge
Keywords: Automobility; urban mobility; urban transport planning
Type: Book
10 Years with the FUT-programme
Author(s)/Project leader: Behrens, Roger, Burke, Matthew, Carrigan, Aileen, Daganzo, Carlos F., Dimitriou, Harry T., Glover, Leigh, Hensher, David, Hidalgo, Dario, Klopp, Jacqueline, Legacy, Crystal, Low, Nicholas, Mohan, Dinesh, Mulley, Corinne, Muñoz, Juan Carlos, Sclar, Elliott, Tiwari, Geetam, Wittlöv, Arne, Wolmar, Christian, Jiang, Yulin
Research organisation: Year: 2011
In: 2011
Keywords: FUT-Programme
Type: Book
Transport modeling for Nairobi metropolitan area
Author(s)/Project leader: Sclar, Elliott
Research organisation: CoE New York, USA
Year: 2011
In: VREF, Smaller Project 2006-39
Keywords: transport and land use planning, Nairobi, GIS
Type: Final Report
Suggestion on urban low carbon transport system construction in China
Author(s)/Project leader: Haozhi, Zhang, Liguang, Feng
Research organisation: CoE Beijing, P. R. China
Year: 2011
In: Highways & Automotive Applications
Keywords: low carbon transports, greenhouse gas reduction
Type: Research article
Policy Making on Urban Transport Energy Saving
Author(s)/Project leader: Jiang, Yulin, Wu, Hongyang, Zhenyu, Li
Research organisation: CoE Beijing, P. R. China
Year: 2011
In: Urban Transport of China, 2011, Vol. 1, pp52‐57.
Keywords: transportation policy, urban passenger transport, energy saving; international experience, public transportation priority
Type: Research article
University/City Partnerships: Creating Policy Networks for Urban Transformation in Nairobi
Author(s)/Project leader: Klopp, Jacqueline, Ngau, Peter, Sclar, Elliott
Research organisation: CoE New York, USA
Year: 2011
In: Forthcoming
Keywords: partnerships, policy networks, global south
Type: Research article
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