Would you be surprised that road rage can be good for society? Or that most crashes happen on sunny, dry days? That our minds can trick us into thinking the next lane is moving faster? Or that you can gauge a nation’s driving behavior by its levels of corruption? These are only a few of the remarkable dynamics that Tom Vanderbilt explores in this fascinating tour through the mysteries of the road.
This review focusses on research which points to a need for increased collaborative work between health, transport, and urban design sectors, to increase the sustainability of health-related physical activity at the population level.
Issue 1 has articles on:
launch of the NZ Transport Agency (merger of Land Transport NZ & Transit NZ);winter conditions for South Island roads;public transport initiatives for disabled passengers.
Domestic sea freight; children walking to school; promoting rail safety; BikeWise Week wins honours (p.7); winter for Sth Island highways
Presentation by Jane Dawson
Cycling Advocates’ Network
2004 Sustainable Land Transport Conference
A brochure advertising Opus's workplace travel plan process.
Land Transport New Zealand has released the latest issue of its monthly newsletter that highlights news and information related to its mission to work with communities, government, and the transport industry to develop practical land transport solutions.
A quarterly publication highlighting recently completed research projects.