Managing demand in the North East.
Hood, Caroline; Laing, Richard
Professor Richard Laing email@example.com
Local authorities and Regional Transport Partnerships may need to be seen to be reacting to the Scottish Government’s inclusion of Workplace Parking Charges in the recent Transport Scotland Bill, with provisions soon to be enshrined in legislation. The Nestrans Board has expressed a desire to explore this issue in the context of wider demand management measures. As organisations, there is a need to have evidence to express meaningful views when faced with questions regarding demand management. Furthermore, the wider policy context operating in the North East of Scotland must also be reflected upon and due regard given to the existing local, regional and national transport policy objectives and how the forthcoming regional transport strategy will set the future agenda for how businesses and citizens travel in and around the region in a sustainable way.
HOOD, C. and LAING, R. 2020. Managing demand in the North East. Aberdeen: Robert Gordon University/Nestrans 2040.
|Report Type||Research Report|
|Publication Date||Jan 31, 2020|
|Deposit Date||Feb 3, 2020|
|Publicly Available Date||Feb 3, 2020|
|Publisher||NESTrans 2040 Project|
|Keywords||Workplace parking; Low emission zones; Congestion; Parking controls; Traffic management measures; Charges|
HOOD 2020 Managing the demand
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