Transport Policy: the Myth of Integrated Planning

The present government assumes an 'integrated transport policy' is required because integration will not be achieved by market forces. Its policies have an interventionalist bias. John Hibbs concludes that transport should not be regarded as 'something different' but as an industry best left alone to serve the public.

2000, Hobart Papers 140, ISBN 978 0 255 36493 5, 111pp, PB

See also:

The Railways, the Market and the Government by John Hibbs et al., an analysis of rail privatisation in the UK.
 

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