METROPOLITAN TRANSPORTATION IN CAPE TOWN
planning - environmental impact, land use - impacts, land use - planning, ridership - demand, policy - environment, place - africa, place - urban, mode - subway/metro
Urban transportation, Urban planning, Travel models (Travel demand), Travel demand, Transportation planning, Transportation industry, Transportation economics, Transportation, Transport economics, Transport, Town planning, South Africa, Roads, Metropolitan areas, Metropolitan area planning, Intracity transportation, Highways, Highway systems, Funding, Financing, Environmental impacts, Environmental effects, Economics, Economic analysis, Conurbations, Construction, Community planning, City planning
South African urban transportation planning has over the past decades focused on the development of high cost road-orientated capital facilities. A growing awareness has however arisen in recent years that each significant addition to the road system has added to the strain on available financial resources, has generated environmental impacts, and has often induced so much additional travel that the new facility has soon needed expanded capacity.
Brand, J, (1983) METROPOLITAN TRANSPORTATION IN CAPE TOWN, ITE Journal, Volume 53, Issue 11, p. 10-12