The Function of Transport Terminals migrated

The first section of chapter 4 (transport terminals) has been migrated to the new platform. It provides an introduction to the role of function of transport terminals assume for the mobility of passengers and freight. The Function of Transport Terminals

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City Logistics page migrated

The topic of city logistics covers a whole range of urban freight distribution issues that are being increasingly challenged by urbanization, changing consumption patterns and the rapid diffusion of e-commerce. Some of the contents on this page also appear on the book chapter that Laetitia Dablanc and I wrote for

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Migration of Chapter 3 (Transportation Modes) completed

The contents of chapter 3 of the Geography of Transport Systems, covering transportation modes, have been migrated to the new web platform. This chapter is very substantial and covers a lot of material. Keep in mind that some links remain broken, many because they refer to sections that have not

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Information Technologies and Mobility section migrated

The page covering information technologies and mobility has been migrated and updated to the new site. This is a very dynamic field that is changing and maturing rapidly. The main impacts on mobility are still to be comprehensively assessed, but already they are far reaching. Information Technologies and Mobility  

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Future Transportation Systems page migrated and updated

I took part yesterday in an World Economic Forum roundtable about seamless mobility and information technologies. A lot of fascinating issues about future transportation prospects. Accordingly, I have updated and migrated the section about future transportation systems to the new transport geography web site. Future Transportation Systems The next focus

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Migration of Chapter 2 (Transportation and the Spatial Structure) completed

Chapter 2, covering transportation and the spatial structure, has been migrated to the new web site (transportgeography.org). Chapter 2 – Transportation and Spatial Structure Several links are still missing, particularly those to chapters and sections that have not yet been migrated.

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Major upgrade to the Geography of Transport Systems

I finally decided to move the Geography of Transport Systems to its own domain name (www.transportgeography.org) and manage its extensive contents of more than 1,500 independent pages using the WordPress Content Management System. This CMS is more flexible than the standard (and obsolete) web design platform I have been using

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