Originally published in 1981, Urban Transport Planning explains how the systems approach has been applied in the planning of multi-modal transport planning and to demonstrate how a city may be represented by land use zones superimposed with a transport network. It discusses theoretical developments and demonstrates their application to practical problems of planning by using actual case studies. By treating the urban area as a system, and recognising the fundamental interactions between land use, traffic and transport, the study shows how it is possible to predict the future demands for travel, how transport requirements are determined and how alternative plans are formulated and evaluated.
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Part I: Theory
1. Fundamentals of Land-Use: Transport Planning
2. The Analysis of Transport Supply
3. The Analysis of Travel Demand
4. Forecasts, Plans and Evaluation
Part II: Practice
5. Conventional Land-Use: Transport Planning Studies
6. Long-term, Strategic Transport Planning
7. Planning for Public Transport
8. Short-term Transport Planning
9. Local Area Transport Planning
10. Overview and Future Directions
The volumes in this set, originally published between 1970 and 1998, draw together research by leading academics in the area of urban planning, and provide a rigorous examination of related key issues. The volumes examine teaching, urban markets, planning, transport planning, poverty, politics, forecasting techniques and an examination of the inner city in Europe and the US, whilst also exploring the general principles and practices of planning. This set will be of particular interest to students of sociology, geography, planning and urbanization respectively.