Transport battle is waged on the field of contradictions
Transport is a funny subject, as anyone will agree who attended last weekend's 'Transport in the New Millennium' conference at the Royal College of Art. One minute the participants were swapping anecdotes about the size of their garages, the next the response time of information systems, and the next the psychological significance of 'reaching for the keys'. Clearly the subject of transport has few boundaries, so nothing can really be dismissed as irrelevant and no chair, however determined, ...
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