WIT Press


Structuring Traffic Integration: In Search Of Innovative Solutions

Price

Free (open access)

Paper DOI

10.2495/UT010051

Volume

52

Pages

11

Published

2001

Size

1,177 kb

Author(s)

J.A. Prades, M. Labriet & J.-P. Waaub

Abstract

Structuring traffic integration: in search of innovative solutions J.A. Prades, M. Labriet & J.-P. Waaub GREIGE (Groupe de REcherche Interdisciplinaire en Geslion de I'Environment), University of Quebec in Montreal, Canada (We acknowledge the Ministry of Environment of Quebec for its support). Abstract Here are summarized the results of eight months of labor as scientific advisers to a working group on sustainable transportation and climate change, created by the Government of Quebec. Our research method was a Delphi consultation designed for interviewing a selected range of public and private executives, in order to better define, and to supplement objectives and procedures. Results. A better understanding of the strategy leading to the identification of an essential objective based on the concept of structuring traffic integration between an effective market demand and a balanced allocation of financial resources. A better insight on the methodological procedure nece

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