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Understanding the mobility-transformative qualities of urban park and ride polices in the UK and the Netherlands
by Marc Dijk; Graham Parkhurst
International Journal of Automotive Technology and Management (IJATM), Vol. 14, No. 3/4, 2014

 

Abstract: Park and Ride (P+R) has emerged as a key element of the sustainable mobility packages of many urban areas in Europe. The present article explores the impact of the introduction of P+R on urban car mobility, especially its potential transformative impact, in two of the densest European states: the UK and the Netherlands. An analysis of six case-studies (i.e., cities) showed a degree of disconnect between stated policy aims and implementation in practice, and in some of the cases this difference was substantial. No obvious national contextual factor explaining implementation success was identified: in both contexts the (local) political will and practical tools to ensure transfer of parking capacity to P+R, were the key factors. The overall car restraining effect of P&R hoped for was mostly not achieved - mainly due to transfer from public transport-only trips and from cycling and because overall parking supply across city centres increased.

Online publication date: Tue, 21-Oct-2014

 

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