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Achieving Sustainable Mobility: Everyday and Leisure-time Travel in the EU (Transport and Mobility)

ISBN-13: 978-0754649410
ISBN-10: 0754649415
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'An important contribution to the scientific study of how to achieve sustainable mobility, this book provides well-founded and up-dated estimates of the effects of various measures intended to promote the necessary transformation of existing transport systems.' Emin Tengstrom, University of Goteborg, Sweden 'This is an important, timely and challenging book, which takes hold of the evidence to explode a number of myths about transportation and sustainability, and provides a very significant insight into the realities of mobility. This book shines a light on ways forward that are realistic, achievable, and which might significantly help alleviate some of the causes of global warming. It is a must read for all involved in issues of sustainable development, transport and mobility.' Mike Jenks, Oxford institute for Sustainable Development (OISD), Oxford Brookes University 'The overall impressions after reading the book are very positive. The author has gone through very extensive research work and gives a complete overview of sustainable mobility, its current situation and future prospects... It is well written and readable, whilst maintaining its scientific integrity.' Urban Studies Journal

About the Author

Dr Erling Holden is Head of Research at the Western Norway Research Institute, Norway
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