The Relationship between transport and the Viability of Central and Inner Urban Areas

The Relationship between transport and the Viability of Central and Inner Urban Areas

Government policies may help inner cities, but more is needed. A computer model is used to analyse past trends and to forecast the effects of various possibilities for the city of Leeds. For instance, employment in the inner city is likely to be increased by an increase in the cost of petrol, but reduced by an increase in bus fares.

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