Transportation Planning and Technology
Transport Plann Tech
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ISSN (printed): 0308-1060. ISSN (electronic): 1029-0354.
Section A: Transportation Planning and Technology presents papers covering transport demand models, land use forecasting models, economic evaluation and its relationship to policy in both developed and developing countries, conventional and possibly unconventional future systems technology, urban and interurban transport terminals and interchanges and environmental aspects associated with transport (particularly those relating to noise, pollution and the movement of hazardous materials) as well as more narrowly focused technical papers. Considerable emphasis is placed on work relating to the interface between transportation planning and technology, economics, land use planning, and policy. The journal contains in-depth state-of-the-art papers on transport topics. Section B: Specialized Transportation Planning and Practice is concerned with issues affecting the mobility of special groups in society for whom traditional transportation programs and services are now well designed or deemed suitable. These special groups, increasingly referred to as the transportation disadvantaged, include the elderly, the physically and emotionally impaired, and families with low incomes. The intent of this section is to contribute to improving the mobility of special groups. To that end, this section gathers and disseminates soundly based knowledge on the transportation disadvantaged, derived from research, service methods demonstrations, documented experiences from the field, advances in transport-related technology, and changes in public policy as a result of legislative action, administrative regulations or judicial decisions.
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