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close this bookEnvironmental Limits to Motorisation - Non-motorised Transport in Developed and Developing Countries (SKAT; 1993; 200 pages)
View the documentPreface
View the documentAcknowledgements
Open this folder and view contents1. Synopsis
View the document2. Dreaming of cars and motorbikes
Open this folder and view contents3. Limits to the growth of motorisation
Open this folder and view contents4. The bicycle boom in developed countries
Open this folder and view contents5. Transport needs and NMT in the Third World
Open this folder and view contents6. Towards a strategy to promote NMT
Open this folder and view contents7. Towards model projects “Towns for cyclists” in the Third World
View the document8. Concluding remarks: a new paradigm for urban transport
View the document9. References
View the document10. Glossary
 

Environmental Limits to Motorisation - Non-motorised Transport in Developed and Developing Countries

Non-motorised Transport in Developed and Developing Countries

Urs Heierli

For Mala Magdalena

First edition: 1993 by SKAT, Swiss Centre for Development
Cooperation in Technology and Management
Author: Urs Heierli
Published by: SKAT, Swiss Centre for Development
Cooperation in Technology and Management, St.Gallen, Switzerland
DEH-SDC, Swiss Development Cooperation, Berne, Switzerland
Development Alternatives, New Delhi, India
Layout Werner Fuchs, SKAT
Photos Urs Heierli
Fietsers Bond, Netherlands
Otto Pfister
Copyright: SKAT, DEH-SDC

Comments: Please send any comments concerning this publication to:
SKAT
Vadianstrasse 42
CH-9000 St. Gallen, Switzerland

Printed by: Niedermann AG, St.Gallen, Switzerland
ISBN: 3-908001-41-2

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