Urban Transport, Environment and Equity: the Case for Developing Countries

@inproceedings{UrbanTE,
  title={Urban Transport, Environment and Equity: the Case for Developing Countries},
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    The book is a welcome and a very timely contribution to a woefully understudied area of concern. Eduardo Vasconcellos's focus on environment and equity in urban transport developments in the developing countries highlights the Achilles' heel of transport planning practice in this part of the world. The paradox of Third World cities whereby, on the one hand they need to modernize their transport infrastructure and services, and on the other hand, need also to deal effectively with profound… CONTINUE READING
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