Lessons for Malaysia Travel Demand Management : Lessons for Malaysia

@inproceedings{Kasipillai2008LessonsFM,
  title={Lessons for Malaysia Travel Demand Management : Lessons for Malaysia},
  author={Jeyapalan Kasipillai and Pikkay Chan},
  year={2008}
}
The growth in the number of motor vehicles has exacted costs on both the Malaysian economy and environment. For reasons such as increasing disposable incomes and poor management of the public transportation system, the number of vehicles has grown unabated and, in fact, is aided by various contradictory policy measures such as national car projects and the existence of fuel subsidies. A phased, five-pronged Transport Development Management-based approach is recommended towards targeting a… CONTINUE READING

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