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Planning the Mobile Metropolis

Transport for People, Places and the Planet

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 224
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Planning, Environment, Cities

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14 April 2017

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24 March 2017

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14 April 2017

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16 September 2017

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Our economic welfare and social well-being depend on our mobility. But our means of travel threaten the planet's sustainability. In this innovative text, Luca Bertolini shows how mobility planning - which takes...

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Our economic welfare and social well-being depend on our mobility. But our means of travel threaten the planet's sustainability. In this innovative text, Luca Bertolini shows how mobility planning - which takes seriously the demands of both urban and transport planning - offers solutions to transport challenges in the 21st Century.

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1. Planning the Mobile Metropolis
2. Transport and Cities: Mapping the links
3. Urban Planning as if Mobility Mattered
4. Transport Planning as if Places Mattered
5. Integrating Urban and Transport Planning
6. Planning for Transformative Change in the Face of Complexity and Uncertainty
7. The Role of Spatial Analysis: From supporting planning for mobility to supporting planning for accessibility 
8. Bridging the Gap Between Planning Research and Planning Practice
9. Connecting People, Making Places, Sustaining the Planet.

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Luca Bertolini is Professor of Urban and Regional Planning at the University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

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Luca Bertolini is Professor of Urban and Regional Planning at the University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

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