The key findings of a European research project into the impact of transport policy on congestion have been published in a new report.
The project – called CREATE (Congestion Reduction in Europe: Advancing Transport Efficiency) – examined congestion reduction policies in five western European capitals: Berlin, Copenhagen, London, Paris and Vienna.
The report charts how policy priorities in the cities have shifted over the past 50-60 years.
The report outlines new ways of developing business models and applying techniques for forecasting and appraisal. There is also a section on the “future city”, which considers the potential impact of Mobility as a Service (MaaS) and the emergence of autonomous vehicles.
The report’s lead author was Professor Peter Jones from the Centre for Transport Studies at University College London.
For a free copy or PDF of CREATE: Project summary and recommendations for Cities: Urban Mobility: Preparing for the Future, Learning from the Past email: [email protected]
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