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Title: Connecting for competitiveness: future transport in UK city regions
Author(s): Docherty, Iain
Shaw, Jon
Knowles, Richard
Mackinnon, Danny
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Issue Date: 2009
Date Deposited: 14-Mar-2019
Citation: Docherty I, Shaw J, Knowles R & Mackinnon D (2009) Connecting for competitiveness: future transport in UK city regions. Public Money and Management, 29 (5), pp. 321-328.
Abstract: Britain's major cities have fallen behind the best practice in transport of European and north American cities, and need to address this to compete in global markets. A number of potential mechanisms are available to UK cities, but only if central government is willing to transfer (limited) financial powers to the city regions
DOI Link: 10.1080/09540960903205972
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