|Author:||James A. Dunn|
|Title:||Miles to Go: European and American Transporation Policies (Transportation Studies)|
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|Publisher:||The MIT Press (February 26, 1981)|
This incisive and highly readable book offers a broad range of perspectives, directions, and policy options for transportation planners and political practitioners.
Dunn compares various modes of American transportation with those of three western European countries that have historically been faced with greater resource constraints in terms of energy use, environmental and land-use controls, and financial commitments
From Transportation Studies. Miles to Go. European and American Transporation Policies. By James A. Dunn and Ctr For Transportation. Ctr For Transportation. Qualitative Choice Analysis.
Transportation Studies. The series presents works across the broad spectrum of transportation concerns. Each individual work is intended to be in in-depth treatment from a particular viewpoint. Together the works in the series present a broad perspective on the field of transportation as a whole. Books in this Series. James A. Dunn and Ctr For Transportation 1981. Fundamentals of Transportation Systems Analysis, Volume 1.
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Dunn J (1981)Miles to Go: European and American Transportation Policies. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press. Elliot W (1986) Fumbling toward the edge of history: California's quest for a road pricing experiment. Giuliano G (1992) Transportation demand management and urban traffic congestion: Promise or panacea?Journal of the American Planning Association 58(3): 327–335. Giuliano G, Levine D & Teal R (1990) Impact of high occupancy vehicle lanes on carpooling behavior. Transportation 17: 159–177.
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Miles to Go: European and American Transportation Policies. Andrew T. Cowart (a1). State University of New York, Stony Brook.
James A. Dunn Jr. is professor of political science and public administration at Rutgers University-Camden. He was a member of the . He is the author of Miles To Go: European and American Transportation Policies (MIT, 1981). All. T. The Politics of Automobility: Fewer Trips or Better Cars? James A. Dunn, Jr. Wednesday, December 1, 1999.