Sustainable transport and access to UQ

Curd, Mitchell Glenn (2005). Sustainable transport and access to UQ B.Sc Thesis, School of Engineering, The University of Queensland.

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Author Curd, Mitchell Glenn
Thesis Title Sustainable transport and access to UQ
School, Centre or Institute School of Engineering
Institution The University of Queensland
Publication date 2005
Thesis type B.Sc Thesis
Supervisor Professor. J. Lister
Total pages 41
Language eng
Subjects 0905 Civil Engineering
Formatted abstract

Transport is important throughout the world as a means of trade, mobility and is essential to quality of life, but as population increases, so do the problems of congestion, air and noise pollution, greenhouse gas emissions.

Everyday thousands of vehicles use the road network to travel from places of production to places of attraction. Some of these destinations can attract a great number of vehicles, therefore creating huge traffic congestion issues and universities are a prime example of where this situation can be observed.

This report provides an insight into the issues of traffic congestion and at the University of Queensland. It will look at ways of solving this by employing sustainable transport solutions.

The report will analyse various literature on the subject from all over the world, along with the collection of traffic and survey data regarding the University of Queensland, followed by a suggestion of strategies of which to promote sustainable transport and give better access to the University of Queensland.

Keyword Traffic congestion -- University of Queensland
Additional Notes *Undergraduate projects for CIVL4560,June 2005, from the Dept. of Civil Engineering.

Document type: Thesis
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