London Socioeconomic, Land Use and Travel Patterns: Position Statement, Issues and Solutionsby Stuart Cole, TRaC Univ. of North London, 277 Holloway Road, London N7 8DB, United Kingdom,
Abstract: The major cities of the European Union are facing a congestion crisis as a result of inadequate investment in both road mass transit infrastructure over the last forty years. In particular, London has over the last years faced a crisis of such proportions that the Government commissioned a series of studies. This paper sets out the current socio economic, land use and travel patterns in London.
Subject Headings: Land use | Travel patterns | Social factors | Public transportation | Rail transportation | Highways and roads | Economic factors | United Kingdom | London | Europe
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