Derek Halden was invited to contribute to a Local Transport Today debate on the future transport appraisal following the publication of the OECD International Transport Forum (ITF) recommendations for broadening […]
Accessibility planning – answers to ten simple questions.
This paper describes how new approaches to accessibility planning are encouraging more inclusive approaches to providing suitable pedestrian crossing facilities. These are illustrated through their application within a case study in West Lothian in Central Scotland.
Building bridges to modal shift needs to tackle issues broadly and systematically, overcoming all the problems faced by each group.
Now that the national guidance has been finalised, will the new accessibility planning approaches deliver practical change on the ground?
Accessibility planning and modelling background briefing paper.