By Henrik Gudmundsson, Ralph P. Hall, Greg Marsden, Josias Zietsman
This textbook presents an advent to the idea that of sustainability within the context of transportation making plans, administration, and decision-making. The booklet is split into elements. within the first half, signs and frameworks for measuring sustainable improvement within the transportation zone are constructed. within the moment, the authors research real making plans and decision-making in transportation businesses in quite a few governance settings. This research of real-world case stories demonstrates the advantages and boundaries of present ways to sustainable improvement in transportation. The booklet concludes with a dialogue on how you can make sustainability count number in transportation decision-making and practice.
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