Books in category Transportation – Public Transportation

  • Sydney Travel Guide

    Sydney Travel Guide
    Michael Brein, Ph.D.

    From the Darling Harbour, the Rocks, to Circular Quay, with this ultra simple guide you have all you need to discover and get to Sydneys 50 top points of interest or Sydneys top 10 "Must See" attractions if you have limited time.

  • Automated Transit

    Automated Transit
    Rongfang Liu

    A comprehensive discussion of automated transit This book analyzes the successful implementations of automated transit in various international locations, such as Paris, Toronto, London, and Kuala Lumpur, and investigates the apparent lack …

  • Urban Mass Transit

    Urban Mass Transit
    Robert C. Post

    Relates how the technology of urban mass transit and society interact.

  • Directory of the Railway Companies of Great Britain

    Directory of the Railway Companies of Great Britain
    Donald J. Grant

    The Directory of British Railway Companies of Great Britain is a record of all the companies who sought to build a railway in Great Britain, both successful and unsuccessful.

  • Chicago America s Railroad Capital

    Chicago: America’s Railroad Capital
    Brian Solomon, John Gruber, Michael Blaszak, Chris Guss

    "A history of the development of Chicago as a railroad hub, from its earliest days to the present, illustrated with color and black and white photographs, maps, and railroad memorabilia"-Provided by publisher.

  • Baltimore s Streetcars and Buses

    Baltimore’s Streetcars and Buses
    Gary Helton

    In the 1850s, Baltimore's 170,000 residents had few options when it came to getting around town.

  • Assembling Policy

    Assembling Policy
    Sebastián Ureta

    In this book, Sebastián Ureta argues that humans, both individually and collectively, are always at the heart of infrastructure policy; the issue is how they are brought into it.

  • Streetcars of America

    Streetcars of America
    Brian Solomon, John Gruber

    Streetcars of America chronicles these vehicles from the earliest animal-drawn carriages to the height of their popularity in the 1920s, when there were more than 1,200 tram railways, to the turning of the tide in the mid-twentieth century …

  • Transport Revolutions

    Transport Revolutions
    Richard Gilbert, Anthony Perl

    Transport Revolutions: Moving People and Freight without Oil sets out the challenges to our growing dependence on transport fuelled by low-priced oil.

  • Managing Transport Operations

    Managing Transport Operations
    Edmund J. Gubbins

    Tailored to meet the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport syllabuses for Transport Management, this book is a `must-have' resource for students and an essential companion for transport managers.

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