The Pedestrian and City Traffic (Second Edition)

Second edition is forthcoming (2009). First edition published 1990.

The negative impact of the car on the environment and the socio-economic urban structure is still a pressing issue today. The book reviews urban planning responses to the car in British, American and German cities and shows how a combination of enormous misjudgment  of vehicle growth and a neglect of opportunities to develop public transport  further has brought modern cities to the point of environmental and economic collapse. The second edition will address and evaluate the transport policy achievements (or non-achievements) in the last 20 years in Britain and Germany, including influences from other European countries.


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