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The adequate integration of sustainability into transport policy: some major dilemmas

@inproceedings{Himanen2006TheAI,
  title={The adequate integration of sustainability into transport policy: some major dilemmas},
  author={Himanen and Adriaan Perrels and Martin E. H. Lee-Gosselin},
  year={2006}
}
ternalised in the transport price, but they are also predominantly affecting parties outside the transport system. Consequently, changes in the intensity of these effects do not feed back directly into the transport market. In that case public intervention has even a more complicated task, since it takes more time and is more complicated to learn what are actually the right balances for the trade-offs between adequate access and, in turn, sustainability, spatial quality, and public health. The… CONTINUE READING

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