Sustainable transport: a review from a pragmatic perspective

M.H.P. Zuidgeest, Marc Witbreuk, M.F.A.M. van Maarseveen

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Abstract

In recent years most societies committed themselves explicitly or implicitly to the principles of sustainable development preceded by the appearance of the Our Common Future report [WCED, 1987] and international agreement conform Agenda 21 [UNCED, 1992]. Nevertheless, beyond dispute quality-of-life, levels of basic freedom, health, education, access to/and distribution of resources etc. especially in urban areas in both the industrialised and industrialising world are in danger. Reasons for this are inter alia the environmental and safety impacts of transportation, and the dependence of land-uses on the financial resources for construction and maintenance of its associated infrastructure.
Original languageUndefined
Title of host publicationAction in Transport for the New Millenium. Proceedings of the South African Transportation Conference 2000, 17-20 July 2000, 0n CD-ROM
Place of PublicationPretoria, South Africa
Pages-
Number of pages10
Publication statusPublished - 17 Jul 2000
EventSouth African Transport Conference 2000: Action in Transport for the New Millenium - Pretoria, South Africa
Duration: 17 Jul 200020 Jul 2000

Conference

ConferenceSouth African Transport Conference 2000
CountrySouth Africa
CityPretoria
Period17/07/0020/07/00

Keywords

  • METIS-125388
  • IR-102098

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Zuidgeest, M. H. P., Witbreuk, M., & van Maarseveen, M. F. A. M. (2000). Sustainable transport: a review from a pragmatic perspective. In Action in Transport for the New Millenium. Proceedings of the South African Transportation Conference 2000, 17-20 July 2000, 0n CD-ROM (pp. -). Pretoria, South Africa.