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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell on behalf of UNESCO

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Volume 55, Number 2, June 2003

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The development, design, and evaluation of sustainable local transport networks
pp. 173-174(2)
Authors: Henson, Ralph; Essex, Steven

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A comparative analysis of the performance of urban public transport systems in Europe
pp. 174-174(1)
Authors: van Egmond, Patrick; Nijkamp, Peter; Vindigni, Gabriella

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Critical pragmatism and congestion charging in London
pp. 174-174(1)
Author: Banister, David

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Can the post-apartheid South African city move towards accessibility, equity, and sustainability?
pp. 174-175(2)
Authors: Vanderschuren, M. J. W. A.; Galaria, S.

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Transport noise: a challenge for sustainable mobility
pp. 175-175(1)
Author: Schade, Wolfgang

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Coordination of land-use planning and transportation: How much room to manoeuvre?
pp. 175-176(2)
Authors: Kaufmann, Vincent; Jemelin, Christophe

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Transport and land-use planning policy – really joined up?
pp. 176-177(2)
Author: Stead, Dominic

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The development, design and evaluation of sustainable local transport networks
pp. 219-233(15)
Authors: Henson, Ralph; Essex, Stephen

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A comparative analysis of the performance of urban public transport systems in Europe
pp. 235-247(13)
Authors: van Egmond, Patrick; Nijkamp, Peter; Vindigni, Gabriella

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Critical pragmatism and congestion charging in London
pp. 249-264(16)
Author: Banister, David

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Can the post-apartheid South African city move towards accessibility, equity and sustainability?
pp. 265-277(13)
Authors: Vanderschuren, M. J. W. A.; Galaria, S.

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Transport noise: a challenge for sustainable mobility
pp. 279-294(16)
Author: Schade, Wolfgang

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Coordination of land-use planning and transportation: how much room to manoeuvre?
pp. 295-305(11)
Authors: Kaufmann, Vincent; Jemelin, Christophe

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Transport and land-use planning policy: really joined up?
pp. 333-347(15)
Author: Stead, Dominic

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Transport and sustainable democracy: assent and system dynamics
pp. 349-360(12)
Author: Salini, Patrice

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Past issues
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