The Greening of Urban Transport: Planning for Walking and Cycling in Western Cities
Wiley, Oct 28, 1997 - Transportation - 508 pages
This book provides a stimulating and convincing argument for incorporating green modes of transportation in modern city transportation plans. It provides a primer on the green modes -- walking and cycling -- and describes theoretical considerations as well as practice in a variety of ways. It takes into account recent developments to provide an up-to-date look at this field.
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The potential of nonmotorised transport for promoting health
The safety of walking and cycling in different countries
The role of cycling for women
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