Journal of Futures Studies

Transport Futures

Queensland Transport Futures 2003-2020

November 7th, 2004  |  by  |  published in Art and Design, Transport Futures | Comments Off on Queensland Transport Futures 2003-2020

by David Kay ABSTRACT Over the last 30 years, the use of public transport in Queensland has dropped alarmingly. This paper looks at the potential for reversing that trend over the next 20 years, in the light of rapid population growth and urbanisation that is expected to occur. Also examined here are some of the lifestyle […]

Microtopias

February 9th, 2004  |  by  |  published in Transport Futures, Urban Futures and City Foresight | Comments Off on Microtopias

by James H. Lee Introduction As a gateway to Asia, the Hong Kong International Airport is one of the busiest in the world – servicing over 35 million passengers per year and showcasing some of the latest improvements in transportation, including a high-speed rail system, a six-lane highway, and the world’s longest road and rail suspension […]

Trends Shaping Transportation's Future

December 18th, 2002  |  by  |  published in Innovation, Service Design and Enterprise, Social and Community Development Foresight, Technology Futures, Transport Futures | Comments Off on Trends Shaping Transportation's Future

by Robert L. Olson Introduction   (continue…)   View PDF

Trends Shaping Transportation’s Future

December 18th, 2002  |  by  |  published in Innovation, Service Design and Enterprise, Social and Community Development Foresight, Technology Futures, Transport Futures | Comments Off on Trends Shaping Transportation’s Future

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