This study proposes a quantitative and qualitative assessment, from a macro-economic standpoint followed by some detailed accounts of urban areas which have recently set up public transport using dedicated lanes.
Study carried out by:
- the ACUF (Association of urban communities in France),
- the AMGVF (Association of city mayors in France),
- and the GART (Group of authorities responsible for public transport),
- in partnership with the Groupe Caisse d'Epargne.
The contents page has the following headings:
1 - Statement to end of 2007 and outlook for the funding of urban public transport
2 - Continuous growth of urban public transport
3- What sources of funding are available for public transport using dedicated lanes?
4 - Appendix: Changes in the transport tax (not including Île-de-France)
The GART is an association of councillors representing 252 transport authorities (in urban areas, départements and regions). Its aim: to improvement travel and the development of public transport in France
GART website: www.gart.org