First published in 1999, this volume responded to the drastic fluctuations in policy changes within the European Union and explored the potential for the various transportation framework programmes financed by the European Commission. The contributors offer an array of recent advances in transportation with a particular focus on Europe. Areas explored include sustainability, multimodal transport policy, freight transport services, transport telematics, regionalism, transalpine freight transport, just-in-time production and the integration of strategic infrastructure networks in Europe.
1. Widening Horizons for the Transport Sector. Michel Beuthe and Peter Nijkamp. Part 1. Emerging Network Developments in Europe. 2. Actors and Factors in the Integration of Strategic Infrastructure Networks in Europe. David Banister, Rico Maggi, Peter Nijkamp and Roger Vickerman. 3. The Transport Sector, New Economic Geography and Economic Development in Peripheral Regions. Roger Vickerman. 4. Methods and Models Analysing Transalpine Freight Transport: An Overview. Simona Bolis and Aura Reggiani. 5. The International Impacts of a New Road Taxation Scheme in Switzerland. Michel Beuthe, Laurent Demilie and Bart Jourquin. 6. Network Impacts of Just-in-Time Production. Bo Terje Kalsaas. 7. Hierarchies of Spatial Network Systems. Francesca Medda, Peter Nijkamp and Piet Rietveld. Part 2. Governance of Networks. 8. Assessing Scenarios on European Transport Policies by Means of Multicriteria Analysis. Christian Hey, Peter Nijkamp, Sytze A. Rienstra and Dieter Rotherberger. 9. Sustainability and the Transportation Sector. Knut S. Eriksen. 10. New Governance Principles for Sustainable Urban Transport. Roberto Camagni, Roberta Capello and Peter Nijkamp. 11. Regionalism, Planning and Strategic Investment in the Transportation Sector. Robert E. Paaswell. 12. Success and Failure Factors for Multimodal Transport Policy in Europe. Kostas Bithas and Peter Nijkamp. 13. Options for Transport Telematics. Mattias Höjer. 14. Behaviour of Western European Scheduled Airlines During the Market Liberalisation Process. Milan Janic. 15. Modelling Fees for Freight Transport Services in Eastern European Countries. Wolfgang Koller.
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