Planning for Low Carbon Mobility : Exploring the Relationship between Stakeholder Engagement and Transport Policy

@inproceedings{Legacy2012PlanningFL,
  title={Planning for Low Carbon Mobility : Exploring the Relationship between Stakeholder Engagement and Transport Policy},
  author={Christopher J Legacy},
  year={2012}
}
The way in which population growth is managed within the urban region has implications for how people move around and where they move to. To aid with managing this growth, the strategic spatial plan provides a socio-spatial articulation of where and how growth should occur. The transition from a car-dominated transport system to one that supports low carbon mobility – walking, cycling and public transport – is a key feature of these strategic spatial plans. The extent to which these plans… CONTINUE READING
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