1st Edition

Community Transport: Policy, Planning and Practice

Edited By D. Gillingwater, J. Sutton Copyright 1995

    This book explores the strategic significance of community transport, identifies and analyses the key issues which face community transport, and presents an analytical and evaluative account of the role, status and future of community transport.

    Chapter 1 The History and Evolution of Community Transport, J. Sutton, D. Gillingwater; Chapter 2 Developing Accessible Transport: The European Experience, A. Frye; Chapter 3 Travel Choice and the Mobility Handicapped, J. Sutton; Chapter 4 Resourcing Accessible and Non-Conventional Public Transport, D. Gillingwater; Chapter 5 Equity and Efficiency in the Evaluation of Transport Services for Disadvantaged People, D. Banister; Chapter 6 Community-Based Transport Coordination Strategies: The UK Experience, A. Bryman, D. Gillingwater, A. Warrington; Chapter 7 Decision-Making Processes in Community Transport Organisations, A. Bryman, D. Gillingwater, I. McGuinness; Chapter 8 The Computerisation of Operational Decision Problems In Ct, S. Bennett; Chapter 9 Demand-Responsive Vehicle Scheduling: Grouping Trips by Fuzzy Similarity, S. Kikuchi, N. Vukadinovic;


    Gillingwater, D.; Sutton, J.