Debate 3 - Urban Transport: Going Nowhere Fast?

Thursday, May 22nd, 1997 | Debates

Urban transport - going nowhere fast

Urban transport - going nowhere fast

A transport debate that was really about demand outstripping supply, and not really being able to use price as the arbitrator. Ahead of the curve, we stumbled on the idea of carbon rationing at a time when no one else was talking about it and took it to the institutions as an idea they really should do something with.

Urban transport - going nowhere fast

Urban transport - going nowhere fast

Paper 1: What can architects and engineers do towards achieving a sustainable urban transport system?

Mark Whitby, Director, +Whitby

Paper 2: Urban transport - Going nowhere fast?

Lord Rodgers of Quarry Bank, Secretary of State for Transport 1976-79, and Director-General, Royal Institute of British Architects 1987-94

Paper 3: Urban transport - Going nowhere fast?

Charles Secrett, Executive Director, Friends of the Earth; Member, UK Round Table on Sustainable Development (Chair, Subgroup on sustainable transport sector)

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