WIT Press

The Implementation Of City Transportation Strategies — A Planning Perspective

Price

Free (open access)

Paper DOI

10.2495/UT950131

Volume

18

Pages

8

Published

1995

Size

878 kb

Author(s)

C.A. Brook

Abstract

The implementation of city transportation strategies — a planning perspective C.A. Brook Clive Brook Associates (Town Planning and Development Consultants) Limited, 2, Northwest Business Park, Northwest Road, Leeds LS6 2QH, UK I Introduction When I commenced my professional planning career in 1966 with Essex County Council, Land Use Transportation Studies had very recently come into vogue and a number of the major planning authorities had established specialist teams. These teams produced studies and plans utilising, what were then, fairly new modelling and survey techniques, but the studies followed the basic survey- analysis-plan approach. The scale and nature of the studies was such that they all too rarely resulted in a comprehensive and coherent plan capable of implementation, let alone integrated implementation where the various strands of a strategy are taken forward together. Transport strategies for cities in the U.K. are now usually presented in a com

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