By Oscar Diaz, Gonzalez Palomas, Christian Jamet
This quantity explores the alternatives to be had when it comes to city delivery. themes coated contain: shipping rules; noise; toxins; pedestrians; monetary points; mobility and accessibility;m and substitute strength fuels.
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E. Curitiba) and limitation of iehicle we. -\LS. Parking lots must he limited and made expensive to disallow inner city traffic but this must be accompanird b! greater and more accessible public transportation as \\ell as walking and cycling. The goal of such a policy should not be higher mobility hut prater accessibility. Other objectives of such a pro_rramme should be greater efficiency in transportation. grater environmental awareness and enhancd equity (and choice) in transportation possibilities hrtwen different social groups and e n l q e d democratic influence in the execution of the polic!
Blood into tissues, ultimatel! stopping the hran. C'ad>tic conveners which reduce CO by more than XPO. \merica am a k n t in our \thicles. inchtaing population and massive urbanization coupl~d\\ith com%pndinp increase in auto-mobility and ux h i e not\ made it imperative that we look at this question now because the problem 1st' px,r air quality is there in our cities and it is acute. The resources for tackling the problem arc limilrd. This requires knowledge noi onl! of the major sources of pollution but also of' the technical options at ailahls and their effectiveness.
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Urban Transportation & Environment by Oscar Diaz, Gonzalez Palomas, Christian Jamet