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Has anyone on this list any experience that proves that;
- subsidies for public transport (buses, trams, trains etc..) have a
measurable effect on reducing road traffic
- increases in fuel costs reduces car use
- the provision of cycle lanes encourages cyclists who would not have
- increasing the cost of car parking reduces car use
Basically I'm only interested in real life studies, not academic or
computer modelled situations.
Thanks for any offers of help.
e-mail to: Duncan@genesis2.demon.co.uk