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Implementing Sustainable Urban Travel Policies National Peer Review: Hungary: Introduction

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Hungary's economic transformation of the 1990s has brought about significant changes in the way individuals travel and the means by which goods are transported. The transition period has seen a sharp increase in the private vehicle fleet ‐ already begun in the 1980s ‐ which has revealed an overall re‐orientation of modal preferences in favour of private means of travel. Steady growth in road freight transport over the period has come in contrast to consistent declines in...

Document Type: Review Article

Publication date: 2004-06-01

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