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The Resource Community-Owned Transport

Community-Owned Transport

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Community-Owned Transport
Title
Community-Owned Transport
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Subject
Language
eng
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MiAaPQ
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
Series statement
Transport and Mobility
Community-Owned Transport
Label
Community-Owned Transport
Link
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Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover -- Half Title -- Series Page -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Dedication Page -- Table of Contents -- Preface -- Introduction -- Moving to a New Transport Paradigm -- Part I Modern Urban Transport andthe Challenge of Sustainable Transport -- Chapter 1 A History of Modern UrbanTransport Systems -- Overview -- Coal and Chaff: Semi-Modern Mobility -- Mechanised and Motorised Mass Mobility in the Second Industrial Revolution -- Petroleum-Powered Automobility: A Story of the Rise of Private Transport and the Demise of Public Transport -- Post-Automobile Automobility and the Post-Industrial City -- Tracks and Roads to Modernity -- Chapter 2 Transport Governance andInstitutions -- Times of Change -- Why Governments Intervene in Urban Transport -- Governments' Role in Urban Transport -- Transport Governance -- Urban Transport Institutions -- Public and Private Transport Systems -- Informal Transport -- Urban Transport as Infrastructure -- Neoliberalism and Urban Transport -- Barriers to Change: Institutional Path Dependencyin Urban Transport -- Chapter 3 Sustainable Transport -- Coming to Grips with Sustainable Transport -- Policy Responses for Sustainable Transport -- Towards Environmentally Sustainable Transport -- Part II Foundations of Community-Owned Transport -- Chapter 4 Collaborative Consumption -- Sharing in Capitalist Economies -- Environmental Implications -- A Dark Side to Collaborative Consumption? -- Transport as Collaborative Consumption -- Idle Vehicle Capacity -- Reactions against Carsharing -- Chapter 5 Eco-Communalism -- Ecological Communities -- Eco-Communalism as an Environmental Discourse -- Eco-Communalism as a Social Movement -- Environmental Rationale for Strengthening Neighbourhoodsand Communities -- Eco-Communalism as a Green Philosophy -- Critiques and Limitations -- Garden Cities, New Towns and Ecotowns
  • Ecovillages: Putting Eco-Communalism into Practice -- Eco-Communalism as a Solution to Urban Transport Problems -- Chapter 6 Urban Transport as a Commons -- Common Pool Resources and Common Pool Property -- Infrastructure Commons -- Urban Mobility Commons -- Public Transport Commons -- Urban Roads Commons -- Part III Community-Owned Transport Practices -- Chapter 7 Community-Owned Transport -- Overall Concept -- A Basic Case for Community-Owned Transport -- Making a Case for Community Ownership -- Insights from Rural Mobility in Developed Nations -- Differentiating Welfare Transport from Community-OwnedTransport -- Reconciling Public and Private Models of Transport Ownership -- Models for Community-Owned Transport -- How can there be Alternatives to Governments and Corporations in Transport Ownership? -- Social Enterprises -- Consumers in a Changing Economy -- Invention and Innovation and Mobility Services -- Not-for-Profit Carsharing -- Community Ownership and the Neoliberal State -- What Community-Ownership Transport Offers: A Summary -- Chapter 8 How Community-Owned Transport Addresses Unsustainable Transport -- A Unique Contribution -- Reducing Mobility Disadvantage -- Pollution Reduction -- Community Engagement -- Economic Benefits -- Complementary Benefits and the 'Virtuous Circle' -- Chapter 9 Likely Objections to Community Ownership -- Increasing Fragmentation of Transport Systems -- Inefficiency of Small and Local Services -- Undermining of Public Transport and Welfare Systems -- People Don't Like Buses -- Impossible Idealism -- Community Ownership is Disguised Neoliberalism -- Part IV Implications of Community-Owned Transport -- Chapter 10 Political Economy of Community-Owned Transport -- Limits of Government and Limits of Corporations -- Limits of Public and Private Transport -- Convivial Society and Community-Owned Transport
  • Neoliberalism and Urban Mobility -- Chapter 11 Community-Owned Transport: A Plea to Policy-Makers -- Recognising the Limits of Neoliberal Approachesto Urban Mobility -- Promoting Community Ownership of Transportthrough Public Policy -- An Overview of the Benefits of Community-Owned Transport -- A Vision for Community-Owned Transport -- In Closing -- References -- Index
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Extent
1 online resource (275 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781317163275
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
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Specific material designation
remote

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