Addressing the principles of sustainability, spatial planning, integration, governance and accessibility of transport, this book focuses on the problem of providing efficient and low energy transport systems which serve the needs of everybody.
It explores many of the new arguments, ideas and perceptions of mobility and accessibility in city-regions. Looking at evidence from Denmark, Sweden, The Netherlands, Germany and the UK, it considers the meaning of the key concepts of sustainable accessibility, the spatial planning model, and integrated territorial policies.
Preface 1. Time for Change? The Rationale for Low Energy Transport Provision 2. Understanding Current Patterns of Transport Behaviour in Europe 3. Sustainable Accessibility: New Wine in Old Bottles? 4. Institutional Structures for Low Energy Futures: Creating Integrated Approaches 5. Understanding the Institutional Barriers to Change 6. Intervention Instruments for Sustainable Transport Futures 7. Integrated Territorial Planning in Practice: Case Studies 8. Implementing a Sustainable Transport Package
Published in conjunction with the Royal Town Planning Institute [http://www.rtpi.org.uk/], this series of leading edge texts is intended for academics, educators, students and practitioners in planning and related fields. Written by globally renowned authors the series looks at all aspects of spatial planning theory and practice from a comparative and international perspective.