Sustainable Urban Mobility in South-Eastern Asia and the Pacific

  title={Sustainable Urban Mobility in South-Eastern Asia and the Pacific},
  author={H. Chin},
Civil and Environmental Engineering, National University of Singapore. A Professional Engineer, he has undertaken numerous consultancy and research work on Transportation Planning, Traffic Modelling and Road Safety Studies for local authorities and developers as well as organizations such as Asian Development Bank and Cities Development Initiative for Asia. Comments can be sent to: Sustainable Urban Mobility in South-Eastern Asia and the Pacific 


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