Contents: Preface; The complex challenge of transitions towards sustainable mobility – an introduction, Harry Geerlings, Yoram Shiftan and Dominic Stead; Part I Concepts and Challenges: Transition management: a new opportunity for introducing more sustainable transport policies?, Harry Geerlings, Jasper Lohuis and Yoram Shiftan; Transition management as a new policy making for sustainable mobility, Flor Avelino, Nanny Bressers and René Kemp; Reflection on transition management: mobility policy between integration and differentiation, Bonno Pel; Applying transition management in ongoing programmes and projects in the Netherlands: the case of Transumo and rush hour avoidance, Teije Gorris and Suzanne van den Bosch; Short-term versus long-term dichotomies: applying transition management in the A-15 project, Nanny Bressers, Flor Avelino and Harry Geerlings. Part II Climate Change, Transport Energy Use and Emissions: Characterizing the impacts of uncertainty in the policy process: climate science, policy construction, and local governance decisions, Deb Niemeier, Thomas D. Beamish, Alissa Kendall, Ryken Grattet, Jonathan London, Carolyn de la Peña and Julie Sze; Public acceptance of hydrogen technologies in transport: a review and reflection on empirical studies, Nicole Huijts, Eric Molin, Caspar Chorus and Bert van Wee; Transport related CO2 emissions – deconstructing the trends, Yusak Susilo and Dominic Stead; Modelling the potential transport CO2 mitigation impacts of available policy interventions, Robin Hickman, David Banister and Olu Ashiru. Part III The Role of Information in Policy-Making: The role of information contestability in evidence-based policy in planning and transport, Marcus Wigan; Encouraging changes in travel behaviour towards more sustainable mobility patterns: the role of information, Anaïs Rocci; Land use and transport information that matters, Marco te Brömmelstroet and Luca Bertolini. Part IV Policy Evaluation: Modelling responses to congestion pricing in Tel-Aviv: an activity-based approach, Yoram Shiftan and Issa Zananiri; Evaluation of transport external cost regulation of atmospheric pollution: an investigation using global sensitivity analysis, Hana Bruhová-Foltýnová and Jan Bruha; Modelling the influence of temporal and monetary constraints on activity participation, travel, consumption of goods, residential location, and work status: application in a land use interaction (LUTI) model, Dick Ettema, Theo Arentze and Harry Timmermans; The policy implementation process for road pricing in the Netherlands, Diana Vonk Noordegraaf, Jan Anne Annema and Odette van de Riet. Epilogue: The role of instruments, individuals and institutions in promoting sustainable transport: concluding remarks, Dominic Stead, Harry Geerlings and Yoram Shiftan; Bibliography; Index.
About the Editor: Dr, Harry Geerlings is Professor in Public Administration at the Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands, Professor, Dr, Yoram Shiftan is Associate Professor and the Head of the Transportation and Geo-Information Department in the Technion, Haifa Israel. and Professor, Dr, Dominic Stead is Associate Professor at Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands.