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Volume 25, Number 14, December 1997

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Transport, energy and climate change
pp. iii
Author: Peake, S.

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World transport energy demand modelling - Methodology and elasticities
pp. 1109-1119(11)
Authors: Steybe, F.; Effenberger, F.; Beckmann, S.; Kramer, P.; Glania, C.; Wortmann, R.; Wohlgemuth, N.

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Vehicle ownership to 2015: implications for energy use and emissions
pp. 1121-1127(7)
Authors: Knupling, M.; Torring, J.T.; Sun, U.; Dargay, J.; Gately, D.

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Technological efficiency and the demand for energy (road transport)
pp. 1129-1136(8)
Authors: Caspary, N.; Wurfel, B.E.; Smith, A.M.; Bondybey, V.E.; Orasch, W.; Wirl, F.

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Policies to reduce energy use and environmental emissions in the transport sector - A case of Delhi city
pp. 1137-1150(14)
Authors: delysse, S.; Raimond, P.; Nunzi, J.; Bose, R.K.; Srinivasachary, V.

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Long-term challenges for inland transport in the European Union: 1997-2010 - Consequences for transport fuel economy and use
pp. 1151-1161(11)
Authors: Grigorenko, B.L.; Nemukhin, A.V.; Apkarian, V.A.; Koopman, G.J.

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Transport sector-strategies markets, technology and innovation
pp. 1163-1171(9)
Authors: Coussan, S.; Bouteiller, Y.; Loutellier, A.; Perchard, J.P.; Racine, S.; Peremans, A.; Zheng, W.Q.; Tadjeddine, A.; Michaelis, L.

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Using advanced technologies to reduce motor vehicle greenhouse gas emissions
pp. 1173-1178(6)
Authors: Dietter, J.; Morgner, H.; Difiglio, C.

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Prospects for improving the fuel economy of light-duty vehicles
pp. 1179-1188(10)
Authors: Svanberg, M.; Markovic, N.; Pettersson, J.B.C.; Plotkin, S.E.; Greene, D.

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Transportation demand management in Canada: an overview
pp. 1189-1191(3)
Author: Robinson, R.

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The status of transportation demand management in Greater Vancouver and energy implications
pp. 1193-1202(10)
Authors: Ahmed, M.; Apps, C.J.; Bramwell, M.J.; Cooper, J.L.; Hughes, C.; Reinhardt, K.; Whitehead, J.C.; Winterbottom, F.; Hopkirk, A.; Lim, C.C.

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Toronto's tentative approach to TDM
pp. 1203-1212(10)
Authors: Lukhezo, M.; Dunne, L.J.; Reuben, B.G.; Verrall, M.S.; Stewart, G.; Pringle, R.

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Travel demand management in the USA: context, lessons learned and future directions
pp. 1213-1215(3)
Authors: Benderskii, V.A.; Vetoshkin, E.V.; von Laue, L.; Trommsdorff, H.P.; Berman, W.; Radow, L.

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Commute trip reduction--a collaborative approach
pp. 1217-1225(9)
Authors: Salikhov, K.M.; Sakaguchi, Y.; Hayashi, H.; Kadesh, E.; Roach, W.T.

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The transportation management district: a tool to engage private sector support in meeting energy, environmental, and transportation goals
pp. 1227-1234(8)
Authors: Pawlik, J.; Gherghel, L.; Karabunarliev, S.; Baumgarten, M.; Pogue, T.D.

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