Over the past few decades, the world's population has become increasingly concerned about the pollution caused by cars, whilst congestion has slowly brought traffic to a halt in the major cities, and transport planning has become increasingly controversial. Originally published in 1992, during a period of growth in environmental awareness, this title offers an analysis of the major challenges that the field of urban transport planning has faced.
1. Introduction Part I: Developments of the UTP process and its derivatives 2. Developements of the UTP process and its derivatives 3. Critique of the UTP process: assumptions and concepts 4. Critique of the UTP process: issues and performance; Part II: A developmental approach to UTP for the Third World cities 5. Transport and Third World city developement 6. Transport problems of Third World cities 7. A critical review of the application of the UTP process and its derivatives to Third World cities 8. Elements and framework of a developemental approach to transport planning for Third World cities 9. Conclusions