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Transportation Planning, Policy and Analysis

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Authors
Lim, Kang-Won
Issue Date
1977
Publisher
서울대학교 환경대학원
Citation
환경논총, Vol.4 No.1, pp. 101-101
Description
Oxford : Pergamon Press Ltd., 1976, pp. 147. Paper, $7.00 by D.N.M. Starkie
Abstract
In contrast to the time-honored history of European city planning, modern transport planning, as a rather rigorous approach to taming interaction among land use activities, has grown from planning practices in early 1950's American cites. Starting with urban transportation studies in Detroit and Chicago, and later in metropolitan areas, urban transportation planning has been developed to a seemingly agreed-on paradigm, the standard urban transportation planning packages. This book is intended to give concise overview about developing methodologies and applications of the modern transport planning in England. Taking into account that information about status of transport policy planning in England and other countries is not so easily accessible to concerned personnel, this book would be very useful in particular for informative purpose. The author states that transport planning should be systems-analytic planning process, balancing viewpoints from operators, users and non-users of transport facilities. In the balancing process, the burden of transport planning becomes more of public policy decisions and evaluation. For illustrative purpose, a variety of case results are shown such as Belfast and London studies, South-east study, SELNEC study, Third London Airport feasibility study, Great Northern suburban rail study and transport policy exercised by the British MOT.
ISSN
2288-4459
Language
English
URI
https://hdl.handle.net/10371/90381
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Graduate School of Environmental Studies (환경대학원)Journal of Environmental Studies (환경논총)환경논총 Volume 04 (1977)
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