First published in 1997, this volume enters the debate on urban transport, dealing with a range of issues from questions of ownership and network planning to such matters as investment, usage and technological change.
1. Introduction. 2. The Monopolization of London’s Transport. John Sheldrake. 3. The Origins and Development of the Passenger Transport Areas. Kevin Hey. 4. Municipality and Civic Pride in Canada: Toronto 1895-1995. Stephen Shaw. 5. Investing in Transport – Who Pays? Martin Higginson. 6. Influences in Transport Development. James McConville. 7. Metropolitan Transport Policy in the 20th and 21st Centuries. William Tyson. 8. Conclusions.
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