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Access To Evidence (351)

Our panel of experts has reviewed the evidence on 22 areas of sustainable urban mobility. Select your topic of interest in the box above to see the material available and then click through to access the evidence. Some material is located on subscription or pay-per-view websites, but you should expect to reach an abstract describing the content. Where available, free to access versions have been chosen.

For those people who do not have access to subscription sites hosting academic material, we would suggest visiting the http://scholar.google.co.uk/ website (or variant for your country), and searching for a particular article(s). This will sometimes provide a link to a pre-publication copy, or institutional copy of the same material.

While these links all worked when the database was created we cannot guarantee they will always work. In some cases links may bring you to a website where you will have to do a search for the material.

Although it did not exceed its formal budget it seems that the Stockholm CC scheme has been much more costly than early estimates. Next, several project decisions turned out to increase the final costs.

This study of seventeen German cities estimated LEZ effects on NO2, NO, and NOx ( = NO2+NO). The focus was on LEZs that restricted cars of Euro 1 standard without appropriate retrofitting systems from entering.
  
This work summarises the results of a series of comprehensive studies on particulate matter (PM) carried out in Spain from 1999 to 2001. Monitoring sites were selected in accordance with different climatic and geographic conditions as well as anthropogenic influences, varying from rural background to urban curb-side sites.

Exploration of changes made to the road network in the Dutch city of Groningen to facilitate improved traffic and environmental conditions in the city.

This paper presents a theoretical discussion of the generic similarities and conceptual differences between shopping streets and shopping malls. Subsequently, the agglomeration format-specific characteristics perceived by consumers are compared and discussed with respect to their impact on agglomeration attractiveness. This leads to the development of a conceptual framework which is empirically tested using a web-based survey of almost 1000 consumers representing a typical urban central European retail market.

Academic study of cycling in Cambridge (UK), looking to identify which characteristics are significantly associated with the choice of the car versus the bicycle for work, shopping and leisure trips. Article based on statistical analysis exploring the socio-demographic, transport and health-related correlates of mode choice for work, shopping and leisure trips.

This raises an important question: what would the situation be if all the changes made to the transport system in central London took place, but without the introduction of CC? While this paper does not answer this question in full, it provides evidence that there might have been better ways to improve the transport situation in London, especially given the fact that different travel indicators were already changing in the desired direction in the years prior to the introduction of CC and the initial cost of setting up the scheme.

Study of multiple 20 mph zones in London, comparing traffic and accident data from five years before implementation and one year after.

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