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Accessibility and attractiveness - key features towards central city revitalisation - a case study of Christchurch, New Zealand
(Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies , 2005)
The aim of this study is to analyse the importance of accessibility (within the inner-city and from the residential suburbs into the inner-city) and attractiveness as two determinants for shopping and leisure time activities ...
Mobility in New Zealand - background knowledge for decision-makers
(Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 2007)
The aim of this paper is to open the debate on the future mobility of New Zealanders based on oil depletion and Green House Gas discussions, the environmental and social impacts of private motor vehicles, the latest ...
Fuel efficiency culture – the attitudes of commercial vehicle drivers
(Department of Infrastructure and Transport, 2009)
In 2008 research was conducted for the New Zealand government to develop an understanding of the commercial vehicle fleet operators' practices, attitudes, perceptions and barriers to change, in relation to fuel-efficiency, ...
Transport & urban planning in New Zealand : a constant balance of conflict of interests
(Lincoln Unversity. LEaP, 2009-07)
This article is in response to an article published in the previous edition of Lincoln University planning review 1(1), by Tim Cheesebrough. This reply considers future developments in transport and urban planning in New ...