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by Ray Mundy,James Cooper

Author: Ray Mundy,James Cooper
Subcategory: Engineering
Language: English
Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (February 28, 2010)
Pages: 208 pages
Category: Engineering and Transport
Rating: 4.7
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Urban Economies and the Social and Transport Impacts of the Taxicab (Transport and Society).

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This meticulous analysis by James Cooper, Ray Mundy, and John Nelson, of the much undervalued role of the Taxi as a mode of urban transport, is in my view both brilliant in its concept and a very welcome book of referral for the Taxi industry and Licensing Authorities alike. Bill McIntosh, General Secretary of the Scottish Taxi Federation, UK. About the Author. Table of Contents.

University of Aberdeen. More books by James Cooper.

This study considers the roles and functions of the taxi from its origins as the first licensed form of public transport, to the current variations of vehicle type and operation, to predictions for its future development. Also addressed here is the impact which this ubiquitous form of transport has on contemporary urban life, and the analytical tools being used and developed for its licensing and control.

This study considers the different functions of the taxi, including its effect on contemporary urban life, and the analytical tools used for its licensing and control.

Also addressed here is the impact which this ubiquitous form of transport has on contemporary urban life, and the analytical tools being used and developed for its licensing and control. Books related to Taxi! Urban Economies and the Social and Transport Impacts of the Taxicab.

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The taxicab makes a significant contribution to the accessibility of a city, and provides a wide range of services across many different social groups and urban environments. This study considers the roles and functions of the taxi from its origins as the first licensed form of public transport, to the current variations of vehicle type and operation, to predictions for its future development. Also addressed here is the impact which this ubiquitous form of transport has on contemporary urban life, and the analytical tools being used and developed for its licensing and control.