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Industrial Ecology and the Automobile
coverThe Elephant in the Bedroom : Automobile Dependence & Denial : Impacts on the Economy and Environment by Stanley I. Hart, Alvin L. Spivak (Contributor).  

The Elephant in the Bedroom is a concise analysis of the automobile as a sugarcoated transportation system that has been sold to our country without any justice given to other transportation systems. One of the key questions brought up by the authors is "How much does the use of the automobile as the primary transportation system actually cost?" The authors bring up the seldom-discussed issue of "Who actually pays for the 'free parking' offered by commercial stores and restaurants?" Other issues discussed include gasoline taxation, political land use, automobile-driven economics, and various inefficiencies related to the current transportation system.

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Center For Urban Transportation Studies
From the University of Wisconsin. 

 

Cranfield Center for Logistics and Transportation
The Cranfield Center for Logistics and Transportation was established to provide an international focal point for advanced teaching and research in the field of logistics and transportation.

The mission of the center is two fold: first, to develop an understanding of opportunities for improving the efficiency and effectiveness of systems for managing the movement of materials, products, and people; and second, to foster skills which enable the exploitation of these opportunities.

 

Mass Transit: The Subway Page
Links to the World Subway. 

 

Transportation Research Group
Based in the UK.  TRG provide these WWW pages to allow transportation researchers and practitioners worldwide to gain a brief insight into the activities of the Group. Details are also provided for prospective postgraduate students.  

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