Sustainable Public Transportation: Environmentally Friendly Mobility
place - asia, planning - environmental impact, technology - emissions, mode - bus, mode - bus rapid transit, mode - subway/metro, mode - bike
Bus rapid transit, Bus transit, China, Economic factors, Environmental impacts, India, International Transit Studies Program, Light rail transit, Livable communities, Public transit, Rail transit, Social factors, Study tours, Sustainable development
This digest summarizes the results of an International Transit Studies Program (ITSP) mission performed from April 1 through April 16, 2011. The digest includes information on the organizations and facilities visited. The mission explored how public transportation systems in India and China have implemented plans, policies, technologies, and strategies for creating more livable communities through bus, metro, bus rapid transit, rail, and light rail systems. The digest is based on individual reports provided by the mission team members, and it reflects the observations of the team members concerning three critical factors: environmental aspects, economic aspects, and social issues.
Permission to link to this digest has been given by Transportation Research Board, Washington.
Harrington-Hughes & Associates, Inc. (2011). Sustainable Public Transportation: Environmentally Friendly Mobility. Transit Cooperative Research Program (TCRP) Research Results Digest 103, published by Transportation Research Board, Washington.