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Congestion Pricing - A Primer on Efficient Roadway Management (Hardcover): Alexander Davis, Geoffrey M Long Congestion Pricing - A Primer on Efficient Roadway Management (Hardcover)
Alexander Davis, Geoffrey M Long
R3,288 Discovery Miles 32 880 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

States and local jurisdictions are increasingly discussing congestion pricing as a strategy for improving transportation system performance. This book provides an overview on congestion pricing; non-toll pricing; technologies that enable congestion pricing; technologies that complement congestion pricing; transit and congestion pricing; and income-based equity impacts of congestion pricing.

Freight Transportation Policy - Cost & Mobility Considerations (Hardcover, New): Leland McIntyre, Forrest Donaldson Freight Transportation Policy - Cost & Mobility Considerations (Hardcover, New)
Leland McIntyre, Forrest Donaldson
R3,313 Discovery Miles 33 130 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Road, rail, and waterway freight transportation is vital to the nation's economy. Government tax, regulatory, and infrastructure investment policies can affect the costs that shippers pass on to their customers. If government policy gives one mode a cost advantage over another, by, for example, not recouping all the costs of that mode's use of infrastructure, then shipping prices and customers' use of freight modes can be distorted, reducing the overall efficiency of the nation's economy. This book provides an overview of how government policies can affect competition and efficiency within the surface freight transportation sector.

Aviation Safety - Emerging Topics in U.S. Oversight (Hardcover, New): Gerrard J Browning, Dawn M Fulkner Aviation Safety - Emerging Topics in U.S. Oversight (Hardcover, New)
Gerrard J Browning, Dawn M Fulkner
R3,312 Discovery Miles 33 120 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Takeoffs, landings, and movement around the surface areas of airports (the terminal area) are critical to the safe and efficient movement of air traffic. The nation's aviation system is arguably the safest in the world, but close calls involving aircraft or other vehicles at or near airports are common, occurring almost daily. This book examines the recent actions the FAA has taken to improve safety in the terminal area including enhanced oversight and improved availability of risk-based data which could further improve safety.

Transport Development in Asian Megacities - A New Perspective (Hardcover, 2013 ed.): Shigeru Morichi, Surya Raj Acharya Transport Development in Asian Megacities - A New Perspective (Hardcover, 2013 ed.)
Shigeru Morichi, Surya Raj Acharya
R2,513 R2,020 Discovery Miles 20 200 Save R493 (20%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The rapid growth of the Asian urban population concentrates on a few large cities, turning them into giant megacities. Despite new theoretical insights into the benefits of megacities, the emerging Asia is facing a daunting challenge concerning the management of infrastructure and services in their megacities. The deteriorating urban mobility is the most difficult challenge with respect to the sharp increase in vehicle numbers and to inadequate and poorly managed road infrastructure. Public transport, a sustainable mode of mobility, is subjected to a vicious cycle of poor service, decreasing ridership and lower investment. Despite various policy initiatives, the situation has not improved. The scale and growth pattern of Asian megacities have distinctive features which generate a unique set of challenges and opportunities. New perspectives are needed to effectively address the transportation problems making the best use of available opportunities. This book, which is a result of an international collaborative research, addresses these challenges by providing insightful analysis and novel viewpoints.

General Motors & Chrysler - Assistance & Exit From The Troubled Asset Relief Program (Hardcover): James S Kousakis, John Peter... General Motors & Chrysler - Assistance & Exit From The Troubled Asset Relief Program (Hardcover)
James S Kousakis, John Peter Leonard
R2,921 Discovery Miles 29 210 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Substantial federal assistance allowed GM and Chrysler to restructure their costs and improve their financial condition. Through federally-funded restructuring, GM and Chrysler reported lowering production costs and capacities by closing or idling factories, laying off employees, and reducing their debt and number of vehicle brands and models. These changes enabled both companies to report operating profits and reduce costs enough to be profitable at much lower sales levels than ever before. Nevertheless, to remain profitable, both companies must manage challenges affecting both their costs, including debt levels, and vehicle demand, such as launching products that are attractive to consumers amid rising fuel prices. This book examines the role of TARP assistance in the restructuring of the U.S. motor vehicle industry with a focus on unwinding the government stake in GMAC and Chrysler.

Livable Streets 2.0 (Paperback): Bruce Appleyard Livable Streets 2.0 (Paperback)
Bruce Appleyard
R2,365 Discovery Miles 23 650 Out of stock

Livable Streets 2.0 offers a thorough examination of the struggle between automobiles, residents, pedestrians and other users of streets, along with evidence-based, practical strategies for redesigning city street networks that support urban livability. In 1981, when Donald Appleyard's Livable Streets was published, it was globally recognized as a groundbreaking work, one of the most influential urban design books of its time. Unfortunately, he was killed a year later by a speeding drunk driver. This latest update, Livable Streets 2.0, revisited by his son Bruce, updates on the topic with the latest research, new case studies and best practices for creating more livable streets. It is essential reading for those who influence future directions in city and transportation planning.

Applications of Advanced Technology in Transportation - Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Applications of... Applications of Advanced Technology in Transportation - Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Applications of Advanced Technology in Transportation, Held in Cambridge, Massachusetts, August 5-7, 2002 (Paperback)
Kelvin C.P. Wang
R3,645 R3,249 Discovery Miles 32 490 Save R396 (11%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

These papers are organized from four sets of conference sessions: advanced technologies in transportation; transportation infrastructure management; information technology in transportation; and transportation planning and modeling. Topics include traveler information systems; data collection and estimation; information technology system (ITS) practices and technologies; incident detection and congestion management; advanced systems in hardware, information, and fuel; design, safety, and mobility; high speed transportation; advanced information systems and transportation policies; condition assessment; performance modeling of infrastructure systems; asset management; global information systems (GIS) and global positioning systems (GPS) applications; remote sensing and spatial data application; planning and modeling; emergency preparedness and responses; public transportation systems; application of genetic algorithms; simulation; application of artificial neural networks; and new approaches in transportation computing. The 121 technical papers in this proceedings were presented at the Seventh International Conference on Applications of Advanced Technology in Transportation, held in Boston, Massachusetts, August 5-7, 2002.

Network Reliability in Practice - Selected Papers from the Fourth International Symposium on Transportation Network Reliability... Network Reliability in Practice - Selected Papers from the Fourth International Symposium on Transportation Network Reliability (Hardcover, 2012)
David Levinson, Henry X. Liu, Michael Bell
R2,776 Discovery Miles 27 760 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

This book contains selected peer-reviewed papers that were presented at the Fourth International Symposium on Transportation Network Reliability (INSTR) Conference held at the University of Minnesota July 22-23, 2010. International scholars, from a variety of disciplines--engineering, economics, geography, planning and transportation-offer varying perspectives on modeling and analysis of the reliability of transportation networks in order to illustrate both vulnerability to day-to-day and unpredictability variability and risk in travel, and demonstrates strategies for addressing those issues. The scope of the chapters includes all aspects of analysis and design to improve network reliability, specifically user perception of unreliability of public transport, public policy and reliability of travel times, the valuation and economics of reliability, network reliability modeling and estimation, travel behavior and vehicle routing under uncertainty, and risk evaluation and management for transportation networks. The book combines new methodologies and state of the art practice to model and address questions of network unreliability, making it of interest to both academics in transportation and engineering as well as policy-makers and practitioners.

Physical Infrastructure Development - Balancing the Growth, Equity, and Environmental Imperatives (Paperback): W Ascher, C.... Physical Infrastructure Development - Balancing the Growth, Equity, and Environmental Imperatives (Paperback)
W Ascher, C. Krupp
R1,647 Discovery Miles 16 470 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

"Physical Infrastructure Development" addresses the key challenges of balancing economic growth, poverty alleviation, and environmental protection in the development of major physical infrastructure, ranging from transport to energy. The contributions, reflecting the perspectives of economics, engineering, planning, political science, and urban design, examine the impact of alternative financing and pricing arrangements on the sharing of burdens and benefits, and the opportunities and risks of public-private partnerships. They also assess the emerging approaches for restoring ecosystems degraded by past infrastructure development, and the strategies for promoting farsighted infrastructure planning and protecting vulnerable people impacted by physical infrastructure expansion.

Urban Mobility for All: La Mobilite Urbaine pour Tous (Hardcover): X. Godard, I. Fatonzoun Urban Mobility for All: La Mobilite Urbaine pour Tous (Hardcover)
X. Godard, I. Fatonzoun
R8,044 Discovery Miles 80 440 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This title covers topics such as: the urban travel mobility of social groups; transport, urbanism and accessibility; mass transport investment; regulation, integration and financing public transport; road safety; and strategic approach, institution and governance.

Transportation Planning and Air Quality IV - Persistent Problems and Promising Solutions - Proceedings of Conference Held in... Transportation Planning and Air Quality IV - Persistent Problems and Promising Solutions - Proceedings of Conference Held in Lake Lanier, Georgia, November 14-17, 1999 (Paperback)
Arun K. Chatterjee
R1,179 R1,084 Discovery Miles 10 840 Save R95 (8%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This proceeding is a collection of papers covering new ideas and innovative strategies for solving transportation related air quality problems. The topics include the difficulties, challenges, and improvements in the transportation conformity process; technical improvements to current travel demand models; travel reduction strategies; and applications of transportation control measures. Transportation planners and engineers, urban and regional planners, transportation consultants, and department of transportation affiliates will find the topics informative and useful.

Traffic and Transportation Studies - Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Transportation and Traffic Studies,... Traffic and Transportation Studies - Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Transportation and Traffic Studies, ICTTS 2000, Held at the Northern Jiaotang University in Beijing, China, July 31-August 2, 2000 (Paperback)
Kelvin C.P. Wang, Guiping Xiao, et al
R3,277 R2,907 Discovery Miles 29 070 Save R370 (11%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This proceedings contains papers covering three key issues in transportation: policy and management; planning and optimization; and applications of new technologies. Technical areas in the papers include transportation planning, traffic operations and optimization, railway transportation management, highway management systems, and transportation policies. These papers were presented at the Second International Conference on Transportation and Traffic Studies, ICTTS 2000, held at the Northern Jiaotong University in Beijing, China, July 31-August 2, 2000. The goal of the conference was to provide a forum for transportation professionals from around the world to explore the key issues, innovative technologies, current projects, and future prospects for traffic and transportation studies.

Panels for Transportation Planning - Methods and Applications (Paperback, Softcover reprint of hardcover 1st ed. 1997): Thomas... Panels for Transportation Planning - Methods and Applications (Paperback, Softcover reprint of hardcover 1st ed. 1997)
Thomas F. Golob, Ryuichi Kitamura, Lyn Long
R5,267 Discovery Miles 52 670 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Panels for Transportation Planning argues that panels - repeated measurements on the same sets of households or individuals over time - can more effectively capture dynamic changes in travel behavior, and the factors which underlie these changes, than can conventional cross-sectional surveys. Because panels can collect information on household attributes, attitudes and perceptions, residential and employment choices, travel behavior and other variables - and then can collect information on changes in these variables over time - they help us to understand how and why people choose to travel as they do, and how and why these choices are likely to evolve in the future. This book is designed for a wide audience: survey researchers who seek information on methodological advancements and applications; transportation planners who want an improved understanding of dynamic changes in travel behavior; and instructors of graduate courses in urban and transportation planning, research methods, economics, sociology, and public policy. Each chapter has been prepared to stand alone to illustrate a particular theme or application. The book is divided into topical parts which address the most salient issues in the use of panels for transportation planning: panels as evaluation tools, regional planning applications, accounting for response bias, and modeling and forecasting issues. These parts describe panel applications in the US, Australia, Great Britain, Japan, and the Netherlands. Each chapter is supplemented by extensive references; more than 400 studies, reflecting the work of more than 700 authors, are cited in the text.

Urban Transportation Planning in the United States - History, Policy, and Practice (Paperback, 3rd ed. 2008): Edward Weiner Urban Transportation Planning in the United States - History, Policy, and Practice (Paperback, 3rd ed. 2008)
Edward Weiner
R2,867 Discovery Miles 28 670 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

for some events or the follow-on activities for others may cover more than one time period and is placed where it seemed most relevant. The book takes a multimodal perspective and attempts to provide a balanced view among a number of subject areas including: Signif icant Federal le gislation Major, relevant Federal regulations and policies Highw ay concerns T ransit concerns En vironmental issues Ener gy issues Safety issues Rele v ant conferences T echnological de v elopments T ransportation service alternati v es Manuals and methodological developments National transportation studies National data resources Local e v ents with national signif icance Ov er the years, the author has discussed these events with many persons in the profession. Often they had participated in or had firsthand knowledge of the events. The author appreciates their assistance, even though they are too numerous to m- tion specifically. In preparing this book, the author w as directly aided by several individuals who provided information on specific events. Their assistance is appreciated: Jack Bennett, Barry Berlin, Susan Binder, Norman Cooper, Frederick W. Ducca, Sheldon H. Edner, Christopher R. Fleet, Charles A. Hedges, Donald Igo, Anthony R. Kane, Thomas Koslowski, Ira Laster, William M. Lyons, James J. McDonnell, Florence Mills, Camille C. Mittelholtz, Norman Paulhus, Elizabeth A. Parker, John Peak, Sam Rea, Carl Rappaport, Elizabeth Riklin, James A. Scott, Mary Lynn Tischer, Martin Wachs, Jimmy Yu, and Samuel Zimmerman.

Physical Infrastructure Development - Balancing the Growth, Equity, and Environmental Imperatives (Hardcover): W Ascher, C.... Physical Infrastructure Development - Balancing the Growth, Equity, and Environmental Imperatives (Hardcover)
W Ascher, C. Krupp
R1,667 Discovery Miles 16 670 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

"Physical Infrastructure Development" addresses the key challenges of balancing economic growth, poverty alleviation, and environmental protection in the development of major physical infrastructure, ranging from transport to energy. The contributions, reflecting the perspectives of economics, engineering, planning, political science, and urban design, examine the impact of alternative financing and pricing arrangements on the sharing of burdens and benefits, and the opportunities and risks of public-private partnerships. They also assess the emerging approaches for restoring ecosystems degraded by past infrastructure development, and the strategies for promoting farsighted infrastructure planning and protecting vulnerable people impacted by physical infrastructure expansion.

Pedestrian Behavior - Models, Data Collection and Applications (Hardcover, New): Harry Timmermans Pedestrian Behavior - Models, Data Collection and Applications (Hardcover, New)
Harry Timmermans
R4,847 Discovery Miles 48 470 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Studies of pedestrian behaviour have recently gained a lot of attention in a variety of disciplines, including urban planning, transportation, civil engineering, computer science/artificial intelligence and applied physics. Various kinds of models for simulating pedestrian behaviour have been suggested. Moreover, new technologies have been used to collect data about pedestrian movement patterns. The aim of this book is to document these new developments in research and modelling approaches. In this book, leading scholars representing different modelling approaches and fields of application have written chapters about the analysis and modelling of pedestrian movement patterns. Modelling approaches include cellular automata models, fluid dynamics, discrete choice models, rule-based models, multi-agent models and models of bounded rationality. The chapters illustrate that these model can be successfully used to simulate phenomena such as lane formation, crowding, activity-patterns, path decisions, micro-behaviour, impulse buying and store choice behaviour. Finally, the book contains some interesting application of this body of research. These chapters and paragraphs demonstrate the applied potential of models of pedestrian behaviour.

Gridlock - Congested Cities, Contested Policies, Unsustainable Mobility (Paperback): John C. Sutton Gridlock - Congested Cities, Contested Policies, Unsustainable Mobility (Paperback)
John C. Sutton
R1,134 Discovery Miles 11 340 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Cities across the world are facing unprecedented challenges in traffic management and transit congestion while coping with growing populations and mobility aspirations; existing policies that aim to tackle congestion and create more sustainable transport futures offer only weak remedies. In Gridlock: Congested Cities, Contested Policies, Unsustainable Mobility, transport consultant John C. Sutton explores how two competing discourses in transport policy and planning practice - convivial and competitive ideologies - lead to contradictory solutions and a gridlock in policy as well as on transport systems. Gridlock examines current transport and mobility in a geographical, social, political-economy and technological context. The challenges of rising congestion are highlighted through case studies from the UK, the USA, and OECD countries. Sutton offers readers a vision of a sustainable mobility future through the concept of mobility management, combining mobile communication and information technology with logistics to match travel demand to the capacity of transport systems. Essential reading for transport professionals and students of transportation planning and policy, Gridlock offers a unique manifesto for sustainable mobility settlement, addressing the pressing problems of growing populations and congestion while looking ahead to a more sustainable future.

A History of Street Networks - from Grids to Sprawl and Beyond (Paperback): Laurence Aurbach A History of Street Networks - from Grids to Sprawl and Beyond (Paperback)
Laurence Aurbach
R505 Discovery Miles 5 050 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Train Time - Railroads and the Imminent Reshaping of the United States Landscape (Paperback): John R. Stilgoe Train Time - Railroads and the Imminent Reshaping of the United States Landscape (Paperback)
John R. Stilgoe
R592 Discovery Miles 5 920 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Trains have a nostalgic connotation for most Americans, but John Stilgoe argues that we should be looking to rail lines as the path to our future, not just our past. Train Time picks up where his acclaimed work Metropolitan Corridor left off, carrying Stilgoe's ideas about the spatial consequences of railways up to the present moment. With containers bringing the production of a global economy to our ports, the price of oil skyrocketing, and congestion and sprawl forcing many Americans to live far from work, trains offer an obvious alternative to a culture dependent on cars and long-haul trucking. Arguing that the train is returning, "an economic and cultural tsunami about to transform the United States," Stilgoe posits a future for railways as powerful shapers of American life.

For anyone looking for prescient analysis and compelling history of the American landscape and economy in general and railroad and transit history in particular, Train Time is an engaging look at the future of our railroads and of transportation and land development. For those familiar with John Stilgoe's talent for seeing things that elude the rest of us, and delivering those observations in pithy asides about real estate, corporate culture, and other aspects of American life, this book will not disappoint.

The Rise and Fall of London's Ringways, 1943-1973 (Hardcover): Michael Dnes The Rise and Fall of London's Ringways, 1943-1973 (Hardcover)
Michael Dnes
R2,955 Discovery Miles 29 550 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Urban motorways are among the greatest - and least forgiven - legacies of post-war planning in Britain. Ringways explores the genesis, development and collapse of London's controversial plans for nearly 500 miles of highways, to understand why such ambitious and unlamented programmes gained widespread support and triggered urban uproar. Combining a review of the wider intellectual climate with extensive archival research, Ringways asks how far the rise of the urban motorway can be attributed to urban contingency as opposed to far-seeing planners; how ideas of the environment changed as proposals were debated; and whether their fall was the work of popular revolt or expert regret.

Computer-aided Systems in Public Transport (Paperback, 2008 ed.): Mark Hickman, Pitu Mirchandani, Stefan Voss Computer-aided Systems in Public Transport (Paperback, 2008 ed.)
Mark Hickman, Pitu Mirchandani, Stefan Voss
R4,370 Discovery Miles 43 700 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

This volume consists of selected papers presented at the Ninth International Conference on Computer-Aided Scheduling of Public Transport. Coverage includes the use of computer-aided methods and operations research techniques to improve: information management; network and route planning; vehicle and crew scheduling and rostering; vehicle monitoring and management; and practical experience with scheduling and public transport planning methods.

Introduction to Sustainable Transports (Hardcover): Bernard Favre Introduction to Sustainable Transports (Hardcover)
Bernard Favre
R2,979 Discovery Miles 29 790 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Transport systems have to meet the mobility needs of people and commodities on all scales, from the local to the global level. Concerns about the energy, fumes and sound emissions produced, and about the safety, service quality, intelligence and lifecycle of the systems, etc. can all be included in a systemic approach. This approach can contribute to the development of sustainable solutions, for individual vehicles as well as for transport systems. Derived from an approach combining the social and physical sciences, these solutions result from the integration of physical objects, services and organizational processes, which involve several actors. Their harmonious organization contributes to the development of more virtuous transport systems for the future of urban and inter-urban mobility.

Highway and Urban Environment - Proceedings of the 8th Highway and Urban Environment Symposium (Hardcover, 2007 ed.): G. M.... Highway and Urban Environment - Proceedings of the 8th Highway and Urban Environment Symposium (Hardcover, 2007 ed.)
G. M. Morrison, Sebastien Rauch
R7,599 Discovery Miles 75 990 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Today, half of the world's population lives in urban areas and the rapid urbanization we are seeing is expected to continue in the next decades.The growth of urban areas around the world presents many challenges and needs to be supported by the development of adequate and sustainable infrastructures.This work offers comprehensive coverage of critical issues on the highway and urban environment which are key to understanding sustainability in the world's expanding urban areas.It offers a highly relevant round-up of the proceeding of the Highway and Urban Environment Symposium held in Nicosia, Cyprus, last year.

Threats from Car Traffic to the Quality of Urban Life - Problems, Causes, Solutions (Hardcover): Tommy Garling, Linda Steg Threats from Car Traffic to the Quality of Urban Life - Problems, Causes, Solutions (Hardcover)
Tommy Garling, Linda Steg
R5,123 Discovery Miles 51 230 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Land Public Transport continues to gain greater attention in transport policy and economics, given its importance in assisting social cohesion and its contribution to reducing congestion and emissions.
The chapters in this book are a refereed selection of the best papers initially presented at the 9th International Conference of Competition and Ownership of Land Passenger Transport (The Thredbo Series) in Lisbon in 2005. This was the ninth in a series of Thredbo conferences on the same general topic, gathering some of the world??'s best specialists in the field, from academia and from practice from all continents.
The range of current issues and depth of their treatment makes this a very valuable book for scientists and practitioners alike who desire to keep abreast of the very latest developments in institutional reform in land passenger transport.
*Unique in its behavioral science perspective on the threats to quality of urban life from car use and policy measures to reduce car use
*Provides a consolidated reference in car ownership and use
*Key topical area backed up by international policy e.g. The Kyoto Protocol

Driving Germany - The Landscape of the German Autobahn, 1930-1970 (Hardcover, Uk Ed.): Thomas Zeller Driving Germany - The Landscape of the German Autobahn, 1930-1970 (Hardcover, Uk Ed.)
Thomas Zeller
R3,041 Discovery Miles 30 410 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Hitler's autobahn was more than just the pet project of an infrastructure-friendly dictator. It was supposed to revolutionize the transportation sector in Germany, connect the metropoles with the countryside, and encourage motorization. The propaganda machinery of the Third Reich turned the autobahn into a hyped-up icon of the dictatorship. One of the claims was that the roads would reconcile nature and technology. Rather than destroying the environment, they would embellish the landscape. Many historians have taken this claim at face value and concluded that the Nazi regime harbored an inbred love of nature. In this book, the author argues that such conclusions are misleading. Based on rich archival research, the book provides the first scholarly account of the landscape of the autobahn.

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