The UK fuel tax protests of September 2000 generated considerable debate about fuel prices and taxation and put transport in the media spotlight. Away from the immediate events and debates surrounding the protests, the experience offered the opportunity for longer-term lessons on transport to be gained. The editors of this volume, Glenn Lyons and Kiron Chatterjee, saw the opportunity to get fresh insight into car dependence and conducted a large-scale travel behaviour survey to find out how car users coped when restricted in being able to buy petrol. This book presents their findings and collects together articles written by other researchers on a range of topics including fuel taxation, transport pricing, policy acceptability, travel behaviour and goods distribution.
|Publication date:||30th April 2017|
|Publisher:||Routledge an imprint of Taylor & Francis Ltd|
|Categories:||Human geography, Transport industries, Politics & government,|
Glenn Lyons, Transportation Research Group, University of Southampton, UK Kiron Chatterjee, Transportation Research Group, University of Southampton, UKMore About Kiron Chatterjee