University of Hertfordshire

State of the Nations: Transport Planning for a sustainable future

Research output: Book/ReportCommissioned report

Standard

State of the Nations : Transport Planning for a sustainable future. / Joseph, Stephen; Buckland-Stubbs, Alex; Walsh, Sue; Copsey, Scott.

Transport Planning Society, 2020. 56 p.

Research output: Book/ReportCommissioned report

Harvard

APA

Vancouver

Joseph S, Buckland-Stubbs A, Walsh S, Copsey S. State of the Nations: Transport Planning for a sustainable future. Transport Planning Society, 2020. 56 p.

Author

Joseph, Stephen ; Buckland-Stubbs, Alex ; Walsh, Sue ; Copsey, Scott. / State of the Nations : Transport Planning for a sustainable future. Transport Planning Society, 2020. 56 p.

Bibtex

@book{a8c36e8d8f034ced9817c19b1f34a55f,
title = "State of the Nations: Transport Planning for a sustainable future",
abstract = "The State of the Nations 2020 report report reviews travel trends and behaviours, current government policy, regional transport planning, spending and investment and transport taxes and charges to enable the Transport Planning Society to make clear recommendations to government and the sector.The report concludes that the way transport is planned and integrated into society will be key to the UK{\textquoteright}s ability to address the major challenges of today, particularly the decarbonisation of transport. Transport spending and taxation needs to support decarbonisation, with objectives set out in transport strategies and spending priorities to address these important national aims.Governments should give transport planners, especially in local and sub-national authorities, the policies, tools, funding, data and freedoms to improve the transport system for all users to provide a better quality of life for people and communities across the nations. Transport for London should serve as a model for well-resourced local and regional authorities, combining spatial and transport planning and with their own revenue raising powers, but with requirements for setting pathways to cut CO2 emissions.",
author = "Stephen Joseph and Alex Buckland-Stubbs and Sue Walsh and Scott Copsey",
year = "2020",
month = oct,
day = "19",
language = "English",
publisher = "Transport Planning Society",

}

RIS

TY - BOOK

T1 - State of the Nations

T2 - Transport Planning for a sustainable future

AU - Joseph, Stephen

AU - Buckland-Stubbs, Alex

AU - Walsh, Sue

AU - Copsey, Scott

PY - 2020/10/19

Y1 - 2020/10/19

N2 - The State of the Nations 2020 report report reviews travel trends and behaviours, current government policy, regional transport planning, spending and investment and transport taxes and charges to enable the Transport Planning Society to make clear recommendations to government and the sector.The report concludes that the way transport is planned and integrated into society will be key to the UK’s ability to address the major challenges of today, particularly the decarbonisation of transport. Transport spending and taxation needs to support decarbonisation, with objectives set out in transport strategies and spending priorities to address these important national aims.Governments should give transport planners, especially in local and sub-national authorities, the policies, tools, funding, data and freedoms to improve the transport system for all users to provide a better quality of life for people and communities across the nations. Transport for London should serve as a model for well-resourced local and regional authorities, combining spatial and transport planning and with their own revenue raising powers, but with requirements for setting pathways to cut CO2 emissions.

AB - The State of the Nations 2020 report report reviews travel trends and behaviours, current government policy, regional transport planning, spending and investment and transport taxes and charges to enable the Transport Planning Society to make clear recommendations to government and the sector.The report concludes that the way transport is planned and integrated into society will be key to the UK’s ability to address the major challenges of today, particularly the decarbonisation of transport. Transport spending and taxation needs to support decarbonisation, with objectives set out in transport strategies and spending priorities to address these important national aims.Governments should give transport planners, especially in local and sub-national authorities, the policies, tools, funding, data and freedoms to improve the transport system for all users to provide a better quality of life for people and communities across the nations. Transport for London should serve as a model for well-resourced local and regional authorities, combining spatial and transport planning and with their own revenue raising powers, but with requirements for setting pathways to cut CO2 emissions.

M3 - Commissioned report

BT - State of the Nations

PB - Transport Planning Society

ER -