|Title||Initial conceptual framework to map and establish cross-sector Links between major trip-generating sectors of the economy|
|Authors||Jones, P., Smeds, E. and Dean, M.|
Transport is largely a derived demand and serves the needs of producers and consumers across the various sectors of the economy. Hence, business decisions taken by these non-transport sectors can have a major influence on passenger and freight travel patterns (particularly in terms of the numbers and location of trips); yet these transport consequences and the impacts on traffic congestion, accidents, air pollution and CO2 emissions, are rarely taken into account when these sectors develop their models for (public) service delivery and business models. This deliverable provides an initial conceptual framework to help address this problem.
|Publisher||H2020 CIVITAS SUMP-PLUS project|
File Access Level
Open (open metadata and files)
|Web address (URL)||https://sump-plus.eu/fileadmin/user_upload/Resources/Reports_and_publications/SUMP_PLUS_D1.4_final.pdf|