交通計画(第2版)<br>Transport Planning (Transport Development and Sustainability) (2ND)

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交通計画(第2版)
Transport Planning (Transport Development and Sustainability) (2ND)

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Table of Contents

Preface                                            vii
Acknowledgements ix
Transport and Travel in the Last 40 Years 1 (21)
The era of the car 1 (4)
Current patterns and trends 5 (4)
International comparisons 9 (7)
Conclusions 16 (6)
The Evolution of Transport Planning: the 22 (24)
1960s and 1970s
Introduction to the transport planning 22 (2)
process
The development of the land-use transport 24 (6)
study: the 1960s
Rejection of the 1960s approach 30 (6)
The re-emergence of the land-use transport 36 (8)
study: the 1970s
Conclusions 44 (2)
Developments in Planning Analysis and 46 (31)
Evaluation
Parallels in land-use analysis 46 (8)
Evaluation in planning and transport 54 (10)
Evaluation and the environment in the 1980s 64 (13)
and 1990s
Radical Policy Change 77 (25)
The market alternative to transport 77 (17)
provision - the Conservative years
The lessons from the Conservative years 94 (8)
Contemporary Transport Policy 102(24)
Introduction 102(1)
Transport and the environment 102(5)
Transport and sustainable development 107(10)
The third way 117(6)
Conclusions 123(3)
The Limitations of Transport Planning 126(37)
The theoretical arguments 126(5)
The limitations of the transport planning 131(7)
model
The response in the 1970s and 1980s 138(9)
The response since 1990 147(11)
Renaissance in the 1990s and 2000s? 158(5)
Overseas Experience 163(44)
Introduction 163(1)
Transport policy in the European Union 164(5)
Transport planning in Germany 169(7)
Transport planning in France 176(9)
Transport planning in the Netherlands 185(4)
European approaches to evaluation in 189(4)
transport
Transport Planning in the United States 193(12)
Conclusions 205(2)
Transport Agenda 21: the Way Forward 207(21)
Introduction 207(2)
The new agenda 209(2)
The new challenge 211(4)
Into the new millennium 215(2)
Implications for analysis methods 217(11)
The Role of Transport Planning 228(36)
Introduction 228(1)
The market-state relationship 229(3)
The funding of transport investment 232(6)
The planning framework 238(26)
Conclusions 264(12)
Ethics in transport planning 266(2)
Infrastructure and finance 268(2)
The future leisure society 270(6)
References 276(31)
Index 307