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It is now widely accepted that transport is becoming increasingly unsustainable and that strong policy intervention is required to reduce both the growth in transport demand and the environmental costs of transport. This book challenges conventional approaches to transport by moving away from trend based analysis towards the use of scenarios to identify alternative sustainable transport futures. It both summaries the development of EU transport policy and presents a critique. The policy context is widened to include the global changes taking place in economics, society and technology. It develops new methodologies for policy making for the next 25 years.
'It is a new and very interesting attempt to place transport activities within their general and societal framework. It is also a very inspiring read, because it shows that, if we can move ahead together, we are still able to prepare an acceptable future for future generations.' - Journal of Transport Geography
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1.Introduction. Section 1: Taking Stock of the European Transport Policy Context 2.Forces of Change in the Transport Sector. 3.European Transport Trends. 4.European Transport Policy Responses. 5.Impacts on Sustainable Mobility. Scenario Building and Methodological Framework 7.Targets for Sustainable Mobility. 8.Images of the Future. 9.Assembling Policy Packages and Paths - the Theory. Section 3: Policy Actions and Conclusions 10.The Potential for Achieving Sustainable Mobility. 11.Policy Packages and Paths. 12. Policy Actions and Conclusions