Energy for a sustainable road/rail transport system in India

@inproceedings{Reddy2000EnergyFA,
  title={Energy for a sustainable road/rail transport system in India},
  author={Amulya K.N. Reddy and Y. P. Anand and Antonette D'Sa},
  year={2000}
}
The main motivation for this study is that the strong transport-energy nexus has not received the attention it deserves, though energy is a crucial constraint on transport, and transport is a major determinant of energy demand. Also, many detailed treatments of the transport sector have not scrutinised the sustainability of the present pattern of development of this sector. Further, the prevailing paradigm guiding the development of the sector is made explicit and critiqued because it is often… CONTINUE READING
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