Pathways to Sustainable Transport and Basic Themes: Introduction Part I. An Overview 1. Social Change and Sustainable Transport: A Manifesto on Transatlantic Research Opportunities 2. Social Trends and Research Needs in Transport and Environmental Planning3. Research Issues Regarding Societal Change and Transport: An Update4. Sustainable Transport 5. Information and Communication Technologies and Transport 6. Globalization and Transportation: Contradictions and Challenges 7. Institutional Dimensions of Sustainable Transport Part II. Social Change and Sustainability of Transport 8. Social Implications of Sustainable Transport 9. EU Policy Scenario Building for Sustainable Mobility 10. A Study of EU-U.S. Integrated Policies to Address the Consequences of Social Change for the Sustainability of Transport 11. Transport-Land Use Relations in Restructuring Metropolitan Areas: Implications for Air Quality in Chicago and Stockholm 12. Social Change and Transportation in U.S. Edge Cities Part III. Dependence on the Automobile 13. Keeping the Holy Grail: The "Mobility View" of the Danish Automobile Club FDM 14. Car Dependence as a Social Problem: A Critical Essay on the Existing Literature and Future Needs 15. Growing Up With and Without a Family Car 16. Sustainable Lifestyles? Microsimulation of Household Formation, Housing Choice, and Travel Behavior Part IV. Quality, Equity and Mobility 17. Sustainable Transport and Quality of Life: A Psychological Analysis 18. Introducing Environmental Equity Concerns into the Discourse on Sustainable Transport: A Research Agenda 19. Women and Travel: The Sustainability Implications of Changing Roles 20. Mobility Behavior of the Elderly: Its Impact on the Future Road Traffic System 21. Residential Location and Daily Mobility Patterns: A Swedish Case Study of Households with Children Part V. Increasing Travel and Transport 22. Driven to Travel: The Id
William Black is Professor of Geography and Public and Environmental Affairs at Indiana University. He directed rail planning for the State of Indiana during the rail restructuring in the Midwest and Northeast in the 1970s. He then served as a member of the Philadelphia-based task force that created Conrail. Returning to Indiana in 1980, he served as the first Director of the Indiana Department of Transportation. He has been a member of the Transportation Research Board (TRB) of the National Research Council for more than 30 years, and currently chairs the Committee on Social and Economic Factors in Transportation. Peter Nijkamp has been professor of regional and urban economics and of economic geography at the Free University in Amsterdam. He has published extensively in public policy, services planning, infrastructure management, and environmental protection. He has been an advisor to several Dutch ministries, regional and local policy councils, employers' organizations, private institutions, the EU, OECD, ECMT, ADB, European Roundtable of Industrialists, ICOMOS, the World Bank, and many other institutions. He is the 1996 recipient of the Spinoza Award.