The EVIDENCE project: Measure no.18 - New models of car use

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Calvert, T.; Chatterjee, K.;
  • Publisher: World Transport Policy and Practice
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    mesheuropmc: human activities

This paper is taken from the findings of the EU Evidence project. This project provides evidence that sustainable transport interventions and spending have as much to contribute to wider societal goals and strongly positive Benefit Cost Analysis results as do the non-su... View more
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