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|Appears in Collections:||Management, Work and Organisation Technical Reports|
|Title: ||Transport Works: The Case for Investing in the City Regions|
|Author(s): ||Docherty, Iain|
|Contact Email: ||iain.docherty|
|Citation: ||Docherty I (2010) Transport Works: The Case for Investing in the City Regions. Passenger Transport Executive Group. Leeds. http://www.urbantransportgroup.org/resources/types/reports/transport-works-case-investing-city-regions|
|Issue Date: ||2010|
|Date Deposited: ||13-Mar-2019|
|Publisher: ||Urban Transport Group|
|Abstract: ||This document outlines the case for continued investment in urban local transport through the recession and beyond. Investing in better transport has been an important part of the stimulus package implemented by government in order to support key sectors of the economy through the recession. Continuing and sustaining this investment for the long term will be an equally important part of the recovery phase, since improving local transport is one of the most effective means of supporting jobs and businesses|
|Type: ||Technical Report|
|Affiliation: ||University of Glasgow|
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