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== What is this? ==

We suggest that for full background information on the New Mobility Agenda you first go to the main website at [[1] http://www.newmobility.org] and then the Wikipedia entry at [[2] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_Mobility_Agenda]. This wiki has been created to support group work on items such as the following listing in progress of Sustainable Transport websites which is presently being offered up as a first example of how to put these group work took to good use. Dig in and stay tuned.

[edit] New Mobility Agenda - in brief

The New Mobility Agenda is an international institution which while virtual and an open collaborative was originally set up by an international working group meeting at the Abbey de Royaumont near Paris with the support of the OECD in Paris in 1974 to challenge old ideas and practices in the field of urban transport through a long term collaborative program of information exchange, education and peer support. The Agenda today draws together the experience, expertise and support of more than four thousand individuals and groups world wide in an open collaborative peer network. One of the original proponents of this approach, Professor Mikoto Usui then director of the OECD Development Centre, referred to it in the founding meeting at the “Abbé de Royaumont as an “invisible college”. Drawing together the experience and expertise of more than four thousand individuals and groups world wide, who are networked via a combination of websites, discussion groups and fora, and collaborative projects, the Agenda takes an approach to transportation planning, policy and practice that has gained considerable force over the last two decades -- provides a leading-edge alternative to earlier (20th century) methods of looking at and providing mobility for people and goods in cities. The Agenda has received prestigious awards for its contributions, including the Stockholm Environment Challenge Prize (2000) and the World Technology Environment Award (2002).

Like the sustainable transportation movement, to which it is closely related, it differs from previous methods (which in fact still dominate planning, policy, investment and operations in most parts of the world) in that it takes a global or broad systemic approach to the challenges of how to get around in cities, and is especially sensitive not only to pure transport efficiency (which traditionally is interpreted in pure engineering terms as speed and volume of vehicle throughput) but equally to matters of sustainable development, pollution and environmental impacts -- including matters relating to climate change, the reduction of Greenhouse gases, resource efficiency, energy conservation, public health, both personal and public economics, overall time savings, public spaces, and quality of life in communities, including relations between people in public spaces – with particular attention to social justice and the unmet needs of women, children, and others with mobility or economic or health disadvantages which are not being properly served in our present mainly car-based systems and thinking, in which other forms of transport, including public transport, play only residual roles.

==Sustainable Urban Transport websites== - work in progress

This listing of websites of programs active in the field of sustainable urban transport, complied under the auspices of the School of the Built Environment of Nottingham University, was sent to us in mid- 2006 and, while needing updating and extension to track the fast moving changes in this suddenly very busy field, provides a terrific base for tracking the programs and groups active in this area around the world. In a next stage, we would like to ask you to review and share with us all your corrections and additions to this valuable inventory. Please address them to eric.britton@newmobility.org so that we can make these changes and update this listing here for public consultation and use.

Kind thanks in advance for your collaboration.

* 1..       A2binfo (Community Transport): http://www.a2binfo.net
* 2.       AA (Automobile Association) Motoring Trusts Report: http://www.aapoplicy.com/aamotoringtrust/publishing-research.cfm
* 3.       AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety (US) Aging and Mobility Clearinghouse: http://www.seniordrivers.org/clearinghouse/index.cfm
* 4.       Access Board (US) website: http://www.access-board.gov
* 5.       Access Eurocities for a new Mobility Culture: http://www.access-eurocities.org
* 6.       Access Exchange International, San Francisco, California: http:www.globalride-sf.org
* 7.       Accessible Everything: http://www.accessibleeverything.com/
* 8.       Accessible Transportation database for travelers with disabilities and the travel industry developed in the USA by the KFH Group, Inc., in conjunction with James D. Fleming & Associates: http://www.projectaction.org
* 9.       Access Sustainable Transport Forum: http://www.the-commons.org/access/eehome.html
* 10.    ACEE Green Book online: http://www.greenercars.com
* 11.    ADAPT (advocacy organization representing the interests of people with disabilities: http://www.adapt.org
* 12.    ADASE (Advanced Driver Assistance Systems in Europe): http://www.adase2.net/
* 13.    ADEME (French Agency for the Environment and Energy Management): http://www.ademe.fr
* 14.    Adventure Cycling Association(USA) (former BikeCentennial): http://www.adv-cycling.org
* 15.    Afribike (Southern Africa): http://www.afribike.org
* 16.    Airfields Environment Trust: http://www.aet.org.uk
* 17.    Airport Operators Association: http://www.aoa.org.uk
* 18.    Airport Watch (Friends of the Earth): http://www.airportwatch.org.uk
* 19.    Air Quality Archive (DEFRA, the Scottish Executive, The National Assembly of Wales and the Department of the Environment for Northern Ireland): http://www.airquality.co.uk
* 20.    Air Transport Users' Council (AUC): http://www.auc.org.uk
* 21.    Air Travel greenhouse gas emissions website: http://www.benjhm.free-online.co.uk/flyin
* 22.    Airwise (Worldwide Guide to Airports and their facilities): http://www.airwise.com
* 23.    Allen, John, 'How to ride in Boston Traffic, or Anywhere", on the web at:- http://tdc-harvard.edu/massbike/publicat/traffic.htm
* 24.    Allgemeiner Deutscher Fahrradclub (ADFC) (German National Cycling Club: http://www.adfc.de 

and ADFC Forschungsdienst Fahrrad (Cycle Research Service)and http://www-2.informatik.umu.se/adfc/index.html

* 25.    Alliance Against the Birmingham Northern Relief Road (BNRR), http://www.beep.dial.pipex.com/bnrr/index.htm
* 26.    All Wales Transport Forum: http://www.awtforum.org.uk
* 27.    Alternative Fuels Index: http://www.energyinstitution.org/afi%2010-16-03.pdf
* 28.    Alternative Travel in Towns (ALTER) project: http://www.alter-europe.co.uk
* 29.    American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO): http://www.aashto.org
* 30.    American Council of the Blind: http://www.acb.org/pedestrian
* 31.    American Public Transportation Association: http://www.apta.com
* 32.    America Walks (coalition of walking advocacy groups) site: http://americawalks.org/
* 33.    Amtrak (US rail network): http://www.amtrak.com
* 34.    ARCH (DG TREN's SAVE-programme to promote alternatives to short distance flights): http://arch.fgm-amor.at
* 35.    ARGUS (Arbeitsgemeinschaft Umweltfreundlicher Stadtverkehr) (Austria): http://www.argus.or.at/argus/
* 36.    Arriva Transport: http://www.arriva.co.uk/
* 37.    ARTISTS (Arterial Streets Towards Sustainability) EU project: http;//www.tft.lth.se/artists/
* 38.    Association des Constructeurs Europeens des Motocycles / European Association of Motorcycle builders: http://www.acembike.org
* 39.    Association Europeene des Concessionaires d'Autoroute et d'Ouvrages a Peage (European Association of Concesionnaires for Motorways and Toll Roads:http://www.asecap.com
* 40.    Association for Commuter Transport (ACT): http://www.act-uk.com
* 41.    Association for Commuter Transportation: http://tmi.cob.fsu.edu/act/act.htm
* 42.    Association for European Transport (AET): http://www.aetransport.co.uk/
* 43.    Association for Road Traffic Safety and Management (list of suppliers of signs, traffic control systems and street furniture) http://www.artsm.org.uk
* 44.    Association for the Advancement of Automotive Medicine (US): http://www.carcrash.org/
* 45.    Association of Bicycle-friendly Cities & Communities of North-Rhine Westphalia / Nordrheinwestfalen (Germany): http://www.fahrradfreundlich.nrw.de
* 46.    Association of British Drivers: http://www.abd.org.uk
* 47.    Association of Community Rail Partnerships (ACoRP): http://www.acorp.uk.com
* 48.    Association of Industrial Road Safety Officers (AIRSO): http://www.airso.org.uk/
* 49.    Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals (APBP) (USA): http://www.apbp.org
* 50.    Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO): http://www.acpo.police.uk
* 51.    Association of Community Rail Partnerships (ACoRP): http://www.acorp.uk.com
* 52.    Association of Cycle Traders (ACT): http://www.cyclesource.co.uk
* 53.    Association of Train Operating Companies (ATOC): http;//www.atoc.org
* 54.    Association of Transport Coordinating Officers (ATCO): http://www.atco.org.uk/
* 55.    Association Vervoermanagement Nederland (Mobilty Management Netherlands): http://www.vmnl.nl
* 56.    Associazione Italiana Citta Ciclabili (Italian Association of Cycle Cities): http://ancma.mall.it
* 57.    A to B Airports: http://www.a2bairports.com/
* 58.    A to B Magazine (Folding Bikes and links between cycling and public transport, including electric bikes): http://www.a2bmagazine.demon.co.uk
* 59.    Australasian Transport Research Bureau Forum (Tasmania, 2001): http://www.transport.tas.gov.au/atrf
* 60.    Australian Bureau of Transport Economics (former; now Bureau of Transport and Regional Economics): http://www.dotars.gov.au/btre/index.htm
* 61.    Australian Bureau of Transport Statistics: http://www.abs.gov.au/
* 62.    Australian Cycling Promotion Fund (a voluntary contribution by companies supplying bicycle products and related services in Australia): http://www.cycling-australia.com
* 63.    Australian Transport SAFETY Bureau: http://www.atsb.gov.au
* 64.    Auto-Free Ottawa works to tame the urban automobile in Ottawa: http://www.flora.org/afo/
* 65.    Automated Beamcarried Traffic: http://www.abc.se/~m10183/beamtraf.htm
* 66.    Automated electric cars running on elevated tracks: http://sportaxi.com
* 67.    AVERE (European Electric Road Vehicle Association): http://www.uitp.com
* 68.    Aviation Environment Federation (AEF): http://www.aef.org.uk
* 69.    Benchmarking European Sustainable Transport (BEST): http://www.bestransport.org
* 70.    Best Workplaces For Commuters (US): http://www.bwc.gov/
* 71.    Better Rail Advisory Group: http://www.bragrail.co.uk/
* 72.    Bicycle Federation of Australia: http://www.bfa.asn.au/
* 73.    Bicycle-Friendly Communities (League of American Bicyclists): http://www.bicyclefriendlycommunities.org
* 74.    Bicycle Helmet Safety Institute (USA) http://www.bhsi.org/
* 75.    Bicycle Parking Standards Association (BPSA): http://www.bpsa.co.uk
* 76.    Bikes and Public Transport Information: http://www.a2bmagazine.demon.co.uk
* 77.    Bike Bus'ters (Danish Cycling and Health Promotion Project): http://www.i4.auc.dk/TRG
* 78.    Bike Magic (cycling clubs, merchandise outlets and routes): http://www.bikemagic.com
* 79.    Bikes on buses (Seatttle, Washington State, USA) information: http://www.swnw.com and http://www.swnw.com
* 80.    Bike Rail carriage information: http://www.atob.org.uk/Bike_Rail.html
* 81.    BIKESAFE (Federal Highways Administration): http://safety.fhwa.dot.gov/BIKESAFE
* 82.    Bike to Work home page: http://biketowork.itelcom.com/  
* 83.    Bike2Work: http://www.bike2work.info
* 84.    Birmingham Airport: http://www.bhx.co.uk
* 85.    Brake (road safety resources): http://www.brake.org.uk
* 86.    Bristol Legible City signing project: http://www.bristollegiblecity.info
* 87.    British Cycling Federation (BCF): http://www.britishcycling.org.uk
* 88.    British Heart Foundation National Centre for Physical Acitivity and Health (Loughborough University): http://www.bhfactive.org.uk
* 89.    British Horse Society (BHS): http://www.bhs.org.uk
* 90.    British Institute of Architectural Technologists (BIAT):http://www.biat.org.uk
* 91.    British International Airports Information: http://www.bia.co.uk
* 92.    British Medical Association (BMA): http://www.bma.org.uk plus British Medical Journal on the web at http://www.bmj.com/
* 93.    British Motorcyclists Federation (BMF): http://www.bmf.co.uk and British Motorcyclists Federation plus (BMF) safety: http://www.bmf.co.uk/road-safety
* 94.    British Parking Association: http://www.BritishParking.org.uk
* 95.    British Railways Property Board: http://www.brb.gov.uk/listn.htm
* 96.    British Schools Cycling Association (BSCA): http://www.bsca.org.uk
* 97.    British Waterways http://www.britishwaterways.com or http://www.british-waterways.org and (BW in Scotland): http://www.scottishcanals.co.uk/
* 98.    BT Teleconferencing: http://www.conferencing.bt.com
* 99.    Buckinghamshire County Council (public transport guide): http://www.pindar.co.uk/bucks
* 100.Bundesanstalt f����¯�¿�½���¯���¿���½������¯������¿������½����¯�¿�½���¯���¿���½����¯�¿�½������¼r Stra����¯�¿�½���¯���¿���½������¯������¿������½����¯�¿�½������¯����¯�¿�½������¿����¯�¿�½������½enwesen (German Federal Highway Research Institute): http://www.bast.de/
* 101.Bundesministerium fuer Verkehr (Austrian Federal Ministry for Transport, Innovation and Technology): http://www.bmv.at
* 102.Bundesministerium fuer Verkehr, Bau- und Wohungswesen (Federal German Ministry of Traffic and Construction): http://www.bmvbw.de
* 103.Bundesverband CarSharing (German CarSharing Federal Association): http://www.carsharing.de
* 104.Bureau of Transportation Statistics (US): http://www.bts.gov
* 105.BYPAD (European bicycle policy quality management audit project): http://www.bypad.org
* 106.CAFE (Clean Air for Europe- Saubere Luft f����¯�¿�½���¯���¿���½������¯������¿������½����¯�¿�½���¯���¿���½����¯�¿�½������¼r Europa): http://europa.eu.int/comm/environment/air/cafe/index.htm
* 107.California High Speed rail plans: http://cahighspeedrail.ca.gov
* 108.Cambridge Travel to Work (Cycle-friendly employers) Project: http://www.cfe.org.uk
* 109.Cambridge Tri-Shaws, Ltd: http://www.cb1.com/trishaws/
* 110.Camden (London) Boulevard Street Management Project: http://www.camden.gov.uk/living/boulevard/boulevard.htm
* 111.Campaign for Environmental Justice: http://www.environmental-justice.org.uk
* 112.Canadian Public Transit Association (CUTA): http://www.cutaactu.ca
* 113.Canadian Transportation Agency (CTA): http://www.cta-otc.gc.ca/
* 114.Car-Busters (Magazine and Resource Centre): http://www.antenna.nl/eyfa/cb
* 115.Car-Free Cities site: http://www.carfree.com
* 116.Carfree.com: http://www.carfree.com
* 117.Car-free / car-reduced developments (mainly continental Europe): http://www.autofrei-wohnen.de/homeEngl.html
* 118.Carfree Housing (managed by Wilf Parsons): http://www.carfreehousing.org 
* 119.Carfree Housing Website: ftp://wwwistp.murdoch.edu.au/carfree
* 120.Car-Free Leisure Network: http://www.transport2000.org.uk/goodpractice/carfreeLeisure
* 121.Carfree City USA: http://www.carfreecity.us
* 122.Car-free UK: http://www.carfree.org.uk 
* 123.Car-Sharing: http://www.members.aol.com/CarSharing/

Car Sharing (European webhome): http://www.carsharing.org

* 124.CarSharing Consortium (Ecoplan Casebook on): http://www.ecoplan.org/carshare/cs_index.htm
* 125.Car-Sharing (Portland, Oregon): http://www.carsharing.com
* 126.CAST (The Centre for Alternative and Sustainable Transport, Staffordshire University): http://www.staffs.ac.uk/geography/CAST
* 127."CARveat Emptor - Tricks of The Consumer-Driven Car Deal - Fixing The Great American Car Deal": http://www.autobuyology.org
* 128.CATE (Centre for Aviation, Transport and the Environment, Manchester Metropolitan University)  http://www.cate.mmu.ac.uk
* 129.CEMR (Council of European Municipalities and Regions): http://www.ccre.org
* 130.Center for a New American Dream (Transport pages): http://www.newdream.org/transport/
* 131.Center for Automotive Research and Intelligent Transportation (CAR-IT) (Ohio State University):

http://car.eng.ohio-state.edu/

* 132.Center for Livable Communities: http://www.lgc.org/clc
* 133.Center for Neighborhood Technology (Urban American transportation, land use and housing issues): http://www.cnt.org./lem/apaframe.htm
* 134.Center for Urban Transportation Research (US): http://www.arch.usf.edu/flctr/projects/
* 135.Central Railways (Liverpool to Little) Freight Railway project: http://www.central-railway.co.uk
* 136.Central Trains: http://www.centraltrains.co.uk
* 137.Centre for Education in the Built Environment (Transport remit): http://cebe.cf.ac.uk/resources/index.html?urlindex.html#Planning
* 138.Centre for Environmental Technology (CD Delft), Delft: http://www.ce.nl
* 139.Centre for Exploitation of Science and Technology (CEST): http://www.cest.org.uk
* 140.Centre for Independent Transport Research in London (CILT): http://www.cilt.dial.pipex.com 
* 141.Centre for Sustainable and Alterntive Transport (CAST) (Staffordshire University):

http://www.staffs.ac.uk/geography/CAST

* 142.Centre for Sustainable Transportation / Centre pour un Transport Durable, Canada: http://www.cstcd.org
* 143.Centre for Science and Environment (CSE), New Delhi, India: http://www.cseindia.org 
* 144.Centre of sustainable development (Ghent University) intelligent speed adaptation site: http://www.isaweb.be 
* 145.CERTU (Centre d' etudes sur les reseaux, les transports, l'urbanisme et les constructions publiques), Bagneux, France: 

http://www.certu.fr/transports

* 146.Changing Tracks: http://www.changingtracks.org.uk
* 147.Channel Tunnel Rail Link (CTRL): http://www.ctrl.co.uk 
* 148.Chartered Institute of Transport (CIT) (in June 1999 became part of the Institute of Logistics and Transport): http://www.citrans.org.uk 
* 149.Children on the Move (EcoPlan, Paris): http://www.ecoplan.org/children
* 150.Childrens' Play Council Home Zones: http://www.homezonenews.org.uk
* 151.Cities for Cyclists Project (European Cyclists' Federation) c/o Dansk Cyklist Forbund (Danish Cyclist Federation): http://www.cities-for-cyclists.org/
* 152.City of Portland (Oregon, USA) Bicycling Program: http://www.trans.ci.portland.or.us
* 153.Civil Aviation Authority: http://www.caa.co.uk
* 154.Civitas Forum (discussion group for European local authorities introducing innovative transport measures including

clean vehicles and alternative fuels): http://www.civitas-initiative.org

* 155.Classroom material related to Sustainable Travel, DfT Database of: http://www.databases.dft.gov.uk/schools/search1.asp
* 156.Clear Zones: http://www.foresight.gov.uk/transport
* 157.Clear Zones Forum: http://www.clearzones.org.uk
* 158.Clickmobility.it (Italian mobility and public transport portal): http://www.planum.net/showspace/clickmobility.htm
* 159.CLIP (Central Local Information Partnership) guidance on transport data collection: http://www.clip.gov.uk/groups/transport/sub_transport.htm
* 160.Club des Villes Cyclables (France) : http://www.villes-cyclables.org
* 161.Colin Davis' Street Design website: http://www.streetdesign.info
* 162.Commission for Integrated Transport (CfIT): http://www.cfit.gov.uk
* 163.Commission of the European Communities Environment Directorate: http://europa.eu.int/comm/environment
* 164.Commission of the European Communities (CEC) Sustainable Urban Development EU Framework for Action: http://www.inforegio-cec.eu.int/urban/foram   
* 165.Commision of the European Communities Transport site: http://europa.eu.int/comm/transport/index_en.html 
* 166.Community Car Share Network (CCSN) (UK): http://www.carshareclubs.org.uk
* 167.Community Design Service (Wales): http://rudi.herts.ac.uk/ppo/cds/htm
* 168.Community Transport Association: http://dspace.dial.pipex.com/town/terrace/pi21/index.htm
* 169.Community Transportation Association of America: http://www.ctaa.org
* 170.Commuter Choice Program: http://www.commuterchoice.com
* 171."Commuter Financial Incentives" chapter of the VTPI Online TDM Encyclopedia: http://www.vtpi.org/tdm/tdm8.htm.
* 172.Complete Streets (US): http://www.americabikes.org/completestreets.asp
* 173.Confederation of Passenger Transport (CPT): http://www.cpt-uk.org/cpt
* 174.Congestion Charging in Central London (Transport for London): http://www.cclondon.com
* 175.Congress for New Urbanism (US): http://www.cnu.org
* 176.Conservation Law Foundation (US): http//www.clf.org
* 177.Consortium of Bicycle Retailers (CoBR): http://www.cobr.co.uk
* 178.Contram Traffic Model: http://www.contram.com
* 179.Copenhagen City Bike scheme: http;;//www.bycyklen.dk
* 180.Countrygoer: http://www.countrygoer.org.uk
* 181.County Surveyors Society: http://www.css-net.org.uk
* 182.Crossrail: http://www.crossrail.co.uk
* 183.CROW (Dutch Traffic Research Organisation: http://www.crow.nl
* 184.Croydon Tramlink: http://www.croydon.gov.uk/tramlink/index.htm
* 185.CTC (Cyclists' Touring Club) http://www.ctc.org.uk

CTC CycleDigest (Acrobat PDF version) available at http://www.ctc.org.uk CTC Scotland: http://www.ctcscotland.org.uk

* 186.Cupid European Transport Pricing (including newsletter): http://www.transport-pricing.net
* 187.Cutting your car use (Anna Semlyen): http://www.cuttingyourcaruse.co.uk
* 188.CyberCyclery: http://www.cyclery.com
* 189.Cyber Cyclist site (San Francisco Bay area): http://home.inreach.com/dvitale/cycling.htm
* 190.Cycle Campaigning Pages (Howard Peel): http://www.thebikezone.org.uk/thebikezone/campaigning/campaign1.html
* 191.Cycle Campaigns Network (CCN): http://www.cyclenetwork.org.uk

Cycle Campaigns Network road safety/cycle helmets information site: http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/quinze/digest/cydigest.htm

* 1.Cycle Friendly Employers.org.uk (Lifecycle UK, Bristol): http://www.cyclefriendlyemployers.org.uk  
* 193.Cycle Helmets (Australia) http://www.pcug.org.au/~psvansch/crag/ 

Cycle Helmets (European Cyclists' Federation): http://webhotel.uni2.dk/dcf/helmet/ Cycle Helmets (International): http://www.ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/quinze/cydigest.html

* 194.Cycle City Guides: http://www.cyclecityguides.co.uk
* 195.Cycle Helmets (international coalition of specialists in cycle helmets and helmet research): http://www.cyclehelmets.org/
* 196.Cycle Hub cycle links: http//www.cyclehub.co.uk
* 197.Cyclemagic: http://www.cyclemagic.org.uk
* 198.Cycle Maps online directory: http://www.cyclemaps.org.uk
* 199.CycleSafe (CTC): http://www.cyclesafe.org.uk
* 200.Cycle Training Ltd: http://www.cycletraining.co.uk
* 201.Cycling Initiatives Register (Oscar Faber for the former DETR) available via http://www.roads.detr.gov.uk/roadnetwork/ditm/tal/index.htm
* 202.Cycling International: http://www.cycling.org/
* 203.Cycling in Switzerland: http://www.cycling-in-switzerland.ch/frameset.html
* 204.Cycling Ireland: http://www.cyclingireland.org
* 205.Cycling Promotion Fund (Australia): http://www.cyclingpromotion.com
* 206.Cycling Scotland: http://www.cyclingscotland.org
* 207.Cykelframjandet (Sweden): http://195.84.56.180/cykelfr/
* 208.Czech Transport Telematic Association (Duvody pro dopravn����¯�¿�½���¯���¿���½������¯������¿������½����¯�¿�½���¯���¿���½����¯�¿�½������­ telematiku CR): http://www.sdt.cz/vitejte.html
* 209.Danish Ecological Council: http://www.ecocouncil.dk
* 210.Danish Road Directorate (Vejdirektoratet): http://www.vd.dk
* 211.Dansk Cyklist Forbund (DCF) (Danish Cycling Federation): http://webhotel.uni-c.dk/dcf/
* 212.David Engwicht (Queensland, Australia) site: http://www.lesstraffic.com/Traffic_Calming_2.doc
* 213.Defining Walkable Communities site (Bicycle Federation of America): http://www.prowalk.org
* 214.DEFRA Horses - Gateway to equine issues in Government: http://www.defra.gov.uk/rural/horses/
* 215.Delhi Traffic Police: http://www.delhitrafficpolice.nic.in/
* 216.Demand Responsive Buses: http://www.drtbus.co.uk
* 217.Department for Transport ((in May 2002 replaced the Transport part of the Department of Transport, Local Government and the Regions (DTLR): http://www.dft.gov.uk/

DfT Blue Badge Scheme: http://www.dft.gov.uk/stellent/groups/dft_control/documents/contentservertemplate/dft_index.hcst?n=10217&l=2 DfT guidance on transport scheme appraisal and the conduct of transport studies site: http://www.webtag.org.uk DfT Taxis and Private Hire Vehicles site: http://www.dft.gov.uk/stellent/groups/dft_control/documents/contentservertemplate/dft_index.hcst?n=10269&l=1

* 218.Department for Transport, Local Government and the Regions (DTLR) (from June 2001-May 2002 replaced the DETR): http://www.dtlr.gov.uk

DTLR PowerShift Programme (under the umbrella programme TransportAction): http://www.transportaction.org.uk DTLR Database of Classroom material related to Sustainable Travel: http://www.databases.dtlr.gov.uk/schools/search1.asp

* 219.Department of Health (Health Promotions Division): http://www.doh.gov.uk
* 220.Department of the Environment, Transport and the Regions (DETR) (1997-2001)- see DTLR
* 221.Department of Trade and Industry (DTI )Automotive Directorate: http://www.autoindustry.co.uk
* 222.Derbyshire County Council Travel Information:

http://www.ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/derbyshire_public_transport/ homepage.htm

* 223.Detour (Toronto pro-bike anti-car): http://www.web.net/~detour/
* 224.Deutsche Bahn (German Railways): http://bahn.hafas.de/bin/db
* 225.Devon County Council/Torbay Borough Council/Plymouth City Council/Cornwall County Council car-sharing site: http://www.carsharedevon.com
* 226.Digital Futures project: http://www.digitalfutures.org.uk
* 227.Directory of Policy Journals in Transport, Urban Planning and Sustainablility (Institute for Sustainablity and

Technology Policy (ISTP), Murdoch University, Australia) website: http://wwwistp.murdoch.edu.au/research/journal/

* 228.Directory of Transportation Libraries and Information Centers (Transportation Division of the Special Libraries Association, USA): http://ntl.bts.fov/tldir/
* 229.Disability Rights Commission: http://www.drc-gnb.org
* 230.Disabled Persons Transport Advisory Committee (DPTAC), Department for Transport (DfT): http://www.dptac.gov.uk

Disabled Persons Transport Advisory Committee (DPTAC) Knowledge Map: http://www.dptac.gov.uk/knowledgemap.htm

* 231.Docklands Light Railway (DLR, London): http://www.dlr.co.uk
* 232.DrugDrive (DfT): http://www.drugdrive.co.uk/home.html
* 233.Dublin Traffic (City of Dublin): http://www.dublincity.ie/traffic/traff.htm
* 234.East Midlands Rail Users' Consultative Committee (RUCC): http://www.gilljames.freeserve.co.uk
* 235.EC-Inform Transport: http://www.ecinform.demon.co.uk/ECI
* 236.ECOMM 2000 (4th European Conference on Mobility Management, Bregenz, Austria, May 2000): http://www.ecomm2000.at
* 237.EcoPlan Sustainable Transport: http://www.ecoplan.org/
* 238.(Echte Nederlandse) Fietserbond (ENFB) (Dutch National Cyclists' Union); http://www.pz.nl/fbenfb
* 239.EFFECT (EU Effective Control of Traffic) Project: http://www.effect.gr
* 240.Eisenbahnbundesamt (Federal German Railway Authority): http://www.eisenbahnbundesamt.de/
* 241.Electric Vehicles: http://www.islandnet.com/~canev
* 242.Electric Vehicle Association of Great Britain (EVA): http://www.eva.co.uk
* 243.Electric Vehicle Association of Great Britain (EVA): http://www.gwassoc.dircon.co.uk/Evahome.html
* 244.Energy Efficiency and Transport: http://www.energy-efficiency.gov.uk/transport
* 245.Euro NCAP (New Car Assessment Programme): http://www.euroncap.com
* 246.Encycleopedia/Bike Culture: http://bikeculture.com/home
* 247.Energy Saving Trust: http://www.est.org.uk

Energy Saving Trust (Powershift cleaner fuels): http://www.est-powershift.org.uk Energy Saving Trust Practical Help (to help local authorities promote and implement sustainable energy and environmentally-friendly transport polices): http://www.practicalhelp.org.uk

* 248.Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council: http://www.epsrc.ac.uk/
* 249.Environment97 ("the world first environmental Cyber Conference") http://www.environment97.org 

(Papers include: 2020 vision for Transport' by David Banister & 'Travel Reduction Strategies and their impacts' by Stephen Marshall and Sandra Mathers)

* 250.Environmental Defense Fund (US) Guide to Cleaner Vehicle Production, Use and Disposal: http://www.edf.org/programs/PPA/vic/index.html
* 251.Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) (US) Commuter Choice Program: http://www.epa.gov/orcdizux/transp/comchoice
* 252.Environmental Transport Association (ETA): http://www.eta.co.uk
* 253.EPA Office of Mobile Sources (US): http://www.epa.gov/oms/transp.htm
* 254.EPA Transportation Partners (US): http://www.epa.gov/tp/
* 255.EPOMM (European Platform on Mobility Management): http://www.epommweb.org
* 256.EU Progress road user charging project: http://www.transport-pricing.net/reports22.html
* 257.Eurobike (travel): http://www.eurobike.com/index.html
* 258.EUROPA - Transport: http://europa.eu.int/comm/transport/index_en.html
* 259.European Car-Free Cities Project: http://www.edc.eu.int/second.html
* 260.European Car-Sharing: http://www.carsharing.org
* 261.European Commission Directorate-General for Energy and Transport: 

http://europa.eu.int/comm/dgs/energy_transport/index_en.html

* 262.European Conference of Ministers of Transport (ECMT): http://www.oecd.org/cem/index.htm

ECMT (traffic crash data): http://www.oecd.org/cem/index.htm

* 263.European Cyclists' Federation (ECF): http://www.ecf.com 

ECF Bicycle Research Reports index site: http://www.ecf.com/html/research.htm ECF Cities for Cyclists Project: http://www.ecf.com/cfc ECF Cycle Helmets debates: http://webhotel.uni2.dk/dcf/helmet/ ECF European Cyclist http://www.ecf.com/magazine ECF Euro-Velo routes http://www.ecf.com/eurovelo ECF Velo-City conferences http://www.ecf.com/velocity

* 264.EPF (European Passengers����¯�¿�½���¯���¿���½����¯�¿�½������¢����¯�¿�½������¯����¯�¿�½������¿����¯�¿�½������½����¯�¿�½������¯����¯�¿�½������¿����¯�¿�½������½ Federation): http://www.epf-eu.be/.
* 265.EU Project on Demand Responsive Transport: http://srvweb01.softeco.it/famsweb
* 266.European Environment Agency (Copenhagen) Air Pollution in Europe: http://www.eea.eu.int
* 267.European Federation for Transport and Environment (T&E): http://www.t-e.nu
* 268.European Federation of Road Traffic Victims (FEVR): http://www.fevr.org
* 269.European Mobility Management Strategies: http://mo.st
* 270.European Railway Agency: http://www.era.eu.int/ 
* 271.European Road Accident database (CARE): http://www.europa.eu.int/comm/transport/home/care/index_en.htm
* 272.European Target Project (run by Yorkshire & Humber TravelWise in partnership with several European

Cities including Goteborg & Bremen): http://www.eu-target.net

* 273.European Transport Forum: http://www.transport-forum.com
* 274.European Transport Policy Information System (ETIS): http://www.etis-link.info
* 275.European Transport Pricing Initiative (CUPID) site (coordinated by Transport and Travel Research; 2000-2004): http://www.transport-pricing.net
* 276.EURoPrice (European Union Road Pricing) project: http://www.europrice-network.org
* 277.EuroRAP (European Road Assessment Program): http://www.eurorap.org
* 278.Eurostat (provides transportation and crash data for European countries): http://www.europa.eu.int
* 279.Euro-Telework: http://www.euro-telework.org
* 280.EuroVelo (Proposed European Cycle Routes being promoted by the European Cyclists Federation): http://pauli.uni2dk/dcf/htm/eurovelo.htm
* 281.EU Energy and Transport Directorate: http://www.europa.eu.int/en/comm/dg07/tif/
* 282.EU Transport in Figures: http://europa.eu.int/en/comm/dg07/tif/index/htm
* 283.European Association for the Development of Railway Transport (AEDTF): http://www.aedtf.org
* 284.European Federation for Transport and the Environment (EFTE): http://www.transportenvironment.org
* 285.European Transport Pricing Initiative Newsletter: http://www.mcicam.net/MCICAM-news.pdf
* 286.European Youth for Action works to reduce the burden of traffic in Europe: http://antenna.nl/eyfa/
* 287.European transport statistics site: http://www.europa.eu.int/comm/eurostat
* 288.EWS (English Welsh and Scottish Railway company): http://www.ews-railway.co.uk 
* 289.FCC (Friends of City Cycling, Budapest, Hungary): http://www.vbb.hu/
* 290.FEAT (Fuel Efficiency Automobile Test): Data Center: http://www.feat.biochem.du.edu
* 291.Federal Highway Administration (US): http://www.fhwa.dot.gov 

FHWA bicycling information: http://www.fhwa.dot.gov/environment/bikeped FHWA pedestrian program: http://www.ota.fhwa.dot.gov/walk FHWA traffic calming: http://www.fhwa.dot.gov/environment/tcalm/index.htm

* 292.Federal Railroad Administration Office of Safety (US) Office of Safety: http://www.fra.dot.gov/safety/
* 293.Federal Transit Administration (USA), http:/www.fta.dot.gov.

Federal Transit Administration Commuter Choice: http://www.fta.dot.gov/library/policy/cc/cc.html) Federal Transit Administration (US good practice on transport and social exclusion): http://www.fta.gov.uk/wtw

* 294.Federation Nationale des Associations des Usagers de Transports Publics (France): http://www.fnaut.asso.fr
* 295.(FEVR) European Federation of Road Traffic Victims: http://www.fevr.org
* 296.Fietsberaad (Dutch Cycling Advisory Council): http://www.fietsberaad.nl
* 297.FGM (Forschunsgesellschaft Mobilitaet) / AMOR (Austrian Mobility Research), Graz: http://www.fgm-amor.at
* 298.FIAB (Italy) Cycling Group: http://www.arpnet.it/~bici/fiabeng.htm
* 299.Fietserbond enfb (Dutch National Cyclists' Union): http://www.fietsersbond.nl
* 300.Foresight Vehicle: http://www.foresightvehicle.org.uk
* 301.Forschungsgesellschaft fuer Strassen- und Verkerhswesen (FGSV), 

(German Roads and Transport Research Association): http://www.fgsv.de

* 302.Fossil Fuels Policy Action Institutte: http://www.bikeroute.com/Auto/Free/
* 303.Freewheelers Nation-wide Liftsharing: http://www.freewheelers.co.uk/freewheelers/
* 304.Freightliner: http://www.freightliner.co.uk
* 305.Freight on Rail Campaign information, c/o Transport 2000, London: http://www.freightonrail.org.uk
* 306.Friends of the Earth Airport Watch: http://www.airportwatch.org.uk
* 307.Freight Transport Association: http://www.fta.co.uk/
* 308.FUBICY (Federation des Usager de Bicyclette): http://www.fubicy.org

FUBicy V����¯�¿�½���¯���¿���½������¯������¿������½����¯�¿�½���¯���¿���½����¯�¿�½������©lo et Train: http://fubicy.org/train/index.html

* 309.Fussverkehr Schweiz (Swiss Pedestrians' Association): http://www.fussverkehr.ch/
* 310.Glasgow Underground: http://www.soft.net.uk/nodename/index.htm
* 311.Good Going (Travel Awareness in London): http://www.goodgoing.co.uk/
* 312.Gothenburg Traffic and Travel Information: http://www.tkgbg.se/eng
* 313.Great American Station Foundation: http://www.stationfoundation.org
* 314.Great Britain Bus Timetable: http://www.southernvectis.com
* 315.Greater Manchester Passenger Transport Executive (GMPTE): http://www.gmpte.gov.uk
* 316.Great North Eastern Railway (GNER): http://www.gner.co.uk
* 317.Guide to taking your bike by train (UK): http://www.railinfo.freeserve.co.uk/railtravel/bikes.html
* 318.Great Streets! online resource (US): http://www.greatstreets.org/
* 319.GreenGauge, (not-for-profit organisation set up in 2006 to promote a real TGV-style network in the UK): http://www.greengauge21.net/ 
* 320.Greenways (Countryside Agency): http://www.greenways.gov.uk
* 321.Grona Bilister (Swedish Green Motorists): http://www.gronabilister.com
* 322.Guide Project (EU Project on the concept and practice of "Interchange") (Group for Urban Interchanges Development and Evaluation): http://www.cordis.lu/transport/src/guide.htm
* 323.HACAN/Clear Skies (Heathrow Airport area local residents group): http://www.hacan.org.uk
* 324.Health Development Agency (successor to the Health Education Authority): http://www.hda-online.org.uk/pubhealth.htm
* 325.Healthy Schools Initiative (Deparrtment of Health/Department for Education and Employment): http://www.wiredforhealth.gov.uk
* 326.HEAVEN (EU Healthier Environment Through Abatement of Vehicle Emissions & Noise) project: http://heaven.rec.org/
* 327.High-Speed Railways: http://www.highspeedbritain.com
* 328.Highways Agency: http://www.highways.gov.uk
* 329.Highway and Sprawlbusters at the Sierra Club: http://www.sierraclub.org/sprawl/
* 330.Home Zones (1): http://www.ncb.org.uk/cpchxz.htm 

Home Zones (2): http://www.homezones.org Homes Zones (Childrens' Play Council): http://www.homezonenews.org.uk

* 331.HOP Associates (formerly the Home Office Partnership): http://www.hop.co.uk
* 332.HumanFIRST Program (Human Factors Interdisciplinary Research in Simulation and Transportation)

(University of Minnesota ITS Institute ): http://www.humanfirst.umn.edu/

* 333.ICARO (EU Project on Increasing Car Occupancy through Innovative Measures and Technical Instruments,1997-99): http://www.boku.ac.at/verkehr/ICARO.htm
* 334.ICLEI Sustainability in the Public Urban Transport Market: http:///www.increase-public-transport.net
* 335.IG Velo (Interessengemeinschaft Velo - Swiss Cycling Organisation): http://www.igvelo.ch
* 336.IMPRINT-EUROPE (Implementing Pricing Reform in Transport) project: http;//www.imprint-eu.org
* 337.Indian Railways: http://www.indianrailways.gov.in/
* 338.Indicators of the Environmental Impact of Transportation: http://www.epa.gov/tp/
* 339.INFOPOLIS2 EU Project (Intermodal Information Systems): http://www.ul.ie/~infopolis/
* 340.Inland Waterways Research Project (US Maritime Administration): http://www.marad.dot.gov/iwrp/
* 341.Innovative Transportation Technologies (Jerry Schneider): http://faculty.washington.edu/jbs/itrans
* 342.INPHORMM Project Resource Pack for Promoting Sustainable Transport (funded by the European Commission Transport Directorate DGVII): http://www.wmin.ac.uk/INPHORMM
* 343.Institute for European Environmental Policy (IEEP), London: http://www.ieep.org.uk
* 344.Institute for Transportation & Development Policy: http://www.itdp.org
* 345.Institute of Highway Incorporated Engineers (IHIE): http://www.ihie.org.uk
* 346.Institute of Transport & Logistics (IOLT): http://www.iolt.org.uk/

IOLT Public Transport information accreditation: http://www.iolt.org.uk/policy/accredit.htm

* 347.Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) (US): http://www.ite.org
* 348.Institute of Transport Studies, University of Leeds (ITS): http://www.its.leeds.ac.uk
* 349.Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE): http://www.ice.org.uk
* 350.Institution of Highways and Transportation (IHT): http://www.iht.org.
* 351.Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (US): http://www.highwayssafety.org
* 352.Intelligent Speed Adaptation (ISA) project : http://www.isa.vv.se/index.en.htm 

Intelligent Speed Adaptation (ISA) project (Aalborg University): http://www.infati.dk/uk/

* 353.Interbike: http://www.interbike.com
* 354.Interface for Cycling Expertise (Utrecht, Netherlands): http://www.i-ce.info 
* 355.Integrating Cycling & Public Transport: http://195.102.0.130/goodpractice
* 356.International Association of Public Transport / Union Internationale des Transports Publics (UITP): http://www.uitp.com
* 357.International Bicycle Fund, (Seattle, USA): http://www.ibike.org 

International Bicycle Fund Bike to Work, Bicycling Promotion and Bicycle Encouragement Ideas: http://www.ibike.org/bikeday.htm

* 358.International Car Share Consortium: http://www.ecoplan.org
* 359.International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives (ICLEI) Car-Sharing: http://www.the-commons.org
* 360.International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives (ICLEI) Project Summaries: http://www.iclei.org/leicomm/leicases.html#planning
* 361.International Forum for Rural Transport and Development: http://www.ifrtd.org
* 362.International Human Powered Vehicles Association (IHPVA): http://www.ihpva.org
* 363.International Logistics: http://www.centretrade.com
* 364.International Obesity Task Force: http://www.iotf.org
* 365.International Police Mountain Bike Association: http://www.ipmba.org/ International
* 366.International Road Federation (IRF): http://www.irfnet.org/irfnet
* 367.International Road Traffic and Accident Database: http://www.bast.de/htdocs/fachthemen/irtad//english/we2.html
* 368.International Transport Smart Card Organisation: http://www.itso.org.uk
* 369.International Union of Combined Road-Rail transport companies (UIRR): http://www.uirr.com
* 370.International Association of Public Transport (Union Internationale des Transport Publics): http://www.uitp.com
* 371.International Union of Railways: http://www.uic/asso.fr
* 372.'In Town Without My Car' (European Car Free Day): http://www.itwmc.gov.uk
* 373.Ipswich Superoute 66 (site showing real time bus approaching map): http://travel.labs.bt.com/route66/java/index.asp
* 374.ITISS (Intermodal Travel Information systems): http://www.itss-eu.com 
* 375.ITS Assist: http://www.its-assist.org.uk
* 376.ITS Focus (The UK Association for the Promotion of Intelligent Transport Systems): http://www.its-focus.org.uk
* 377.ITS Public Safety Program (USA): http://www.itspublicsafety.net/
* 378.Jane's Road Traffic Management: http://www.janes.com
* 379.Japan Bicycle Promotion Institute: http://www.jbpi.or.jp
* 380.JMP's Trip Rate Computer Information System (TRICS): http://www.trics.org/
* 381.John Franklin's Cycling (including helmets) resources site: http://www.cyclecraft.co.uk

John Franklin 'Enabling and encouraging people to cycle': http://www.cyclecraft.co.uk/digest/enabling.html

* 382.http://www.lesberries/co.uk/cycling/cydigest.htm
* 383.Journal of Transportation and Statistics: http://www.bts.gov/jts
* 384.Journey Planner for UK Rail and Air Services: http://www.journeyplan.co.uk
* 385.Journey Solutions (industry initiative to accredit bus/rail integration schemes): http://www.journeysolutions.com
* 386.KiSS-tool - questionnaire about pedestrian-quality of streets, especially for kids ("Kid Street Scan") (developed for the ChildStreet Conference in Delft in 2005 and tested there: http://www.urban.nl/childstreet2005/
* 387.KonSULT (The Knowledgebase on Sustainable Urban Land use and Transport): http://www.elseviersocialsciences.com/transport/konsult/
* 388.Laboratoire d'economie de transport (LET): http://www.ish-lyon.cnrs.fr/let
* 389.Land Transport NZ: http://www.landtransport.govt.nz 
* 390.Langzaam Verkeer vzw (Belgium): http://www.langzaamverkeer.be
* 391.Leeds University Disability Archive: http://www.leeds.ac.uk/disability-studies/archiveuk/index.html
* 392.Leicester City Council EQUAL Project air quality and traffic information site: http://www.leicesterequal.co.uk
* 393.Le Monde A Bicyclette (Montreal, Quebec, cycling campaign):http://WWW.CAM.ORG/~lemab/
* 394.Le Transport Nouveau: http://www.ecoplan.org/tnouveau
* 395.Lex Service PLC: http://www.lex.co.uk
* 396.Liftshare: http://www.liftshare.com/
* 397.Light Rail Atlas (Netherlands): http://www.xs4all.nl/~rajvdb/lra/
* 398.Light Rail Transit Association (LRTA) (promotes better public transport through light rail, tramway and metro systems): http://www.lrta.org
* 399.Lincolnshire County Council Travel Information: http://www.lincscc.u-net.com/bus.htm
* 400.Lincolnshire InterConnect: http://www.lincsinterconnect.com
* 401.Living Streets (new name in August 2001 for Pedestrians' Association): http://www.livingstreets.org.uk/
* 402.Local Authority Road Safety Officers' Association: http://www.larsoa.org.uk
* 403.Local Transport Planning Network (Local Government Association, Department for Transport & the County Surveyors' Society): http://www.ltpnetwork.gov.uk
* 404.LOGcity (transportation resources): http://logcity.com
* 405.London Accident Prevention Councils: http://www.lapc.org.uk
* 406.London Car Share: http://www.londoncarshare.co.uk
* 407.London Cycle Network: http://www.londoncyclenetwork.org
* 408.London Cycling Campaign (LCC): http://www.lcc.org.uk/
* 409.London Driver Improvement Service (LDIS): http://www.ldis.co.uk
* 410.London Health Observatory: http://www.lho.org.uk
* 411.London Transport Users' Committee: http://www.ltuc.org.uk
* 412.London School of Cycling: http://www.londonschoolofcycling.co.uk
* 413.London Railways: http://www.londonrailways.net
* 414.London Transport: http://www.londontransport.co.uk
* 415.London Transport Jubilee Line Extension: http://www.jle.lul.co.uk
* 416.London Transport Users' Committee: http://www.ltuc.org.uk
* 417.London Underground: http://www.thetube.com

London Underground (point and click map): http://metro.ratp.fr:10001/bin/stamap/english/united-kingdom/london

* 418.London Walking Forum: http://www.londonwalking.com
* 419.Love Your Bike campaign (Manchester City Council): http://www.loveyourbike.org/ 
* 420.Low emission car information: http://www.transportation.org.uk
* 421.LPG Association: http://www.lpga.co.uk
* 422.Ludgate Public Affairs (free monitoring of government and parliament and analysis of transport and planning issues): http://www.ludgate.co.uk/public-affairs
* 423.LUTRAG (1000 Friends of Oregon Land Use Transportation and Air Quality): 

http://www.teleport.com/~friends/LUTRAQ.htm

* 424.Malaysis Transport List (discussions on how to make transport in Malaysia more people-centred, equitable and sustainable): http://www.egroups.com/list/malaysia-transport/
* 425.Manchester Metro: http://www.atco.org.uk/news/news983/gmmlink.htm
* 426.Manual for Streets Project (WSP Consultants for the DfT & ODPM): http://www.manual-for- streets.org.uk
* 427.Maritime Information Gateway: http://www.port.nmm.ac.uk/
* 428.MASTER programme (Managing Speeds of Traffic on European Roads): 

http://www.vtt.fi/yki/yki6/master/master.htm

* 429.MATTISSE (Birmingham): http://www.mattisse.org.uk
* 430.Mean Streets (US Surface Transportation Policy Review): http://www.transact.org
* 431.Merseyside Passenger Transport Executive (Merseytravel): http://www.merseyworld.com/merseytravel
* 432.Metro (West Yorkshire Passenger Transport Executive): http://www.ukbus.u-net.co.uk
* 433.Metro systems (international) information: http://metro.jussieu.fr:10001/bin/cities/english
* 434.Midland Main Line (MML): http://www.mml.rail.co.uk/
* 435.Midland Rail Users' Consultative Committee: http://www.mids-railusers.com
* 436.Mile End Park (East London linear ecology park and bridge): http://www.mileendpark.co.uk
* 437.Milieudefensie (Dutch Friends of the Earth: transport site): http://www.milieudefensie.nl/verkeer/
* 438.Millennium Trails (USA): http://www.millenniumtrails.org
* 439.Mimic Project (EU Project on the concept and practice of "Interchange") (Mobility, Intermodaility and Interchanges): http://www.cordis.lu/transport/src/mimic.htm
* 440.Minds in Motion (Netherlands Govenment transport and environment issues forum): http://www.mindsinmotion.net
* 441.Ministry of Economic Affairs, Energy & Transport for North-Rhine Westphalia (Nordrheinwestfalen), Germany:

http://www.mwmev.nrs.de

* 442.Ministry of Transport (New Zealand): http://www.transport.govt.nz 
* 443.Minnesota Twin Cities Sidewalk Trafficview: http://trafficview.twincities/sidewalk3.com
* 444.MKM (Slovenia) Cycling Group: http://kamen.uni-mb.si/other/mkm
* 445.Mobility and Inclusion Unit (DfT): http://www.mobility-unit.dft.gov.uk
* 446.Mobility CarSharing Switzerland: http://www.mobility.ch
* 447.Mobils project: sustainable modes of transport to improve hospital - related mobility:

http://www.atm-transmet.es/webprojectemobils/catala/principal.htm

* 448.MOLASSES road safety schemes database (TRL): http://www.trl.co.uk/molasses
* 449.Moses project (mobility servcies for urban sustainability): http://www.moses-europe.org
* 450.Motorbike Action Group: http://dredd.megn.ucl.ac.uk/www/mag/
* 451.Motoring Portal (Department for Transport): http://www.motoring.gov.uk/
* 452.Motorway Archive Trust: http://www.ukmotorwayarchive.org
* 453.Moving the Economy (MTE) (Toronto) online database: http://www.city.toronto.on.ca/mte
* 454.MVA Consultancy Bikes and LRT project: http://www.mva-group.com/interest/pressrel/cyclrt1.htm
* 455.NADICS (National Driver Information and Control System) (The Scottish Executive): http://www.nadics.org.uk/  
* 456.NATS (National air traffic services): http://www.nats.co.uk 
* 457.National Association of Railroad Passengers (USA): http://www.narprail.org
* 458.National Audit Office: http://www.nao.gov.uk:
* 459.National Bicycle and Pedestrian Clearinghouse (US): http://www.bikefed.org/clear.htm
* 460.National Bikes on Transit Guide (US): http://www.bikemap.com
* 461.National Camera Partnership Liaison: http://www.nationalsafetycameras.co.uk
* 462.National Car-Share: http://www.nationalcarshare.co.uk
* 463.National Center for Bicycling and Walking (US): http://www.bikewalk.org
* 464.National Consortium For Remote Sensing In Transportation (US): http://www.ncrst.org/ncrst.html
* 465.National Center for Statistics and Analysis (USA) (collects and analyzes traffic crash data): http://www.nhtsa.dot.gov/people/ncsa
* 466.National Childrens' Bureau (including Young TransNet which uses IT and the internet to assist children and young people in transport research and action): http://www.youngtransnet.org.uk,
* 467.National Cycle Archive (Warwick University): books and journals: http://opac.warwick.ac.uk - other material: http://www.warwick.ac.uk/services/library/mrc/ead/328umb.htm
* 468.National Cycle Network Information Service (Sustrans): http://www.nationalcyclenetwork.org.uk
* 469.National Cycling Forum Secretariat: http://www.local-transport-dtlr.gov.uk/ncs/ncs.htm
* 470.National Cycling Strategy (Department of Transport), 1996): http://www.dtlr.gov.uk/dot/ncs/ncs.htm

National Cycling Strategy (promotion site, launched in 2000): http://www.nationalcyclingstrategy.org.uk

* 471.National Express: http://www.nationalexpress.co.uk
* 472.National Geographical: Sprawl vs. Smart Growth: http://www.nationalgeopgraphic.com/earthpulse/sprawl
* 473.National Mobility Centre: http://www.mis.org.uk
* 474.National Highway Safety Administration (US): http://www.nhtsa.dot.gov
* 475.National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellent (NICE): http;//www.nice.org.uk
* 476.National Liftshare Day: http://www.nationalliftshareday.org
* 477.National Organization on Disability (US: Transportation Access: http://www.nod.org/transportation/index.cfm
* 478.National Register of Access Consultants: http://www.nrac.org.uk
* 479.National Safety Cameras: http://www.nationalsafetycameras.co.uk/nscl/q&a/q&a.html
* 480.National Safety Council (Ireland): http://www.nsc.ie
* 481.National Society for Clean Air and Environmental Protection: http://www.nsca.org.uk 

NSCA website for people to calculate their transport emissions: http://www.travelcalculator.org

* 482.National Station Car Association (France): http://www-rocq.inria.fr/praxitele
* 483.National Station Car Association (USA): http://stncar.com
* 484.National Sustainable Travel and Tourism website (Department of Culture, Media and Sport): http://www.culture.gov.uk
* 485.National Taxi Association: http://www.national-taxi-association.co.uk
* 486.National Traffic Enforcement Association (US): http://www.trafficenforcement.org/
* 487.National Transportation Week Pedestrian Website (US): http://www.ota.fhwa.dot.gov/ntw/bikeped.htm
* 488.National TravelWise Association: http://www.travelwise.org.uk
* 489.Natural Gas Vehicles Association: http://www.natural-gas-vehicles.co.uk
* 490.NEMO (Netzwerk fuer Mobilitaetsmanagement Oesterreich) (Austrian Mobility Management Network): http://www.ne-mo.at
* 491.Netherlands Central Bureau of Statistics: http://www.cbs.nl/
* 492.Network for European Tourism with Soft Mobility (Nets): http://www.soft-mobility.com
* 493.Network of Urban Forum for Sustainable Development: http://www.urban.nl/Network of Urban Fourms/introductons.html
* 494.Nexus (Tyne and Wear Passenger Transport Executive): http://www.tyneandwearmetro.org.uk
* 495.New Mobility Agenda: http://newmobility.org 
* 496.New Zealand Cycling Advocates Network: http://www.can.org.nz 
* 497.New York Transport Network: http://mta.nyc.ny.us
* 498.New York Metropolitan Transportation Council (NYMTC): http://www.nymtc.org
* 499.New Zealand Sustainable Transport Network: http://www.eeca.govt.nz
* 500.NGV Association: http://www.natural-gas-vehicles.co.uk
* 501.NICHES (New and Innovative Concepts for Helping European Transport Sustainability): http://www.niches-transport.org
* 502.North Central Texas Council of Governments Online Bike Commuter Guide: http://nctog.dst.tx.us/envir/bikeped/goview/index.htm
* 503.North London Transport Forum liftshare scheme: http://www.northlondontransport.org
* 504.North Rhine Westphalia (North-West Germany) / Land Nordrhein-Westfalen cycling information: http://www.fahrradfrreundlich.nrw.de
* 505.North Sea Cycle Route Project: http://www.northsea-cycle.com
* 506.Northumberland County Council & Sustrans Cycling Online Journey Planner: http;;//www.jplanner.org.uk
* 507.North-West Trains: http://www.nwt.rail.co.uk
* 508.Northern Ireland Cycling website (Roads Service of Northern Ireland): http://www.Drdni.gov.uk/roads/cycling

Northern Ireland Road Service (NIRS): http://www.nics.gov.uk Northern Ireland Transport Statistics: http://www.doeni.gov.uk/statistics/transport.htm

* 509.Norwegian Transportation Economics Institute (T����¯�¿�½���¯���¿���½������¯������¿������½����¯�¿�½������¯����¯�¿�½������¿����¯�¿�½������½I): http://www.toi.no
* 510.Nottingham City Transport: http://www.nctx.co.uk/
* 511.Nottingham Travel Wise Centre: http://www.nottinghamtravelwise.org.uk
* 512.Nottinghamshire County Council Traffic and Travel Information: http://www.nottsscc/gov.uk/utc
* 513.Novem (Netherlands Agency for Energy and the Environment): http://www.novem.nl
* 514.Odense (Denmark) Europe's No. 1 Cycling City by 2002 Project (in Danish): http://www.cyclecity.dk
* 515.OeBB (Oesterreichischer Bundesbahn) (Austrian Federal Railways): http://www.A1plus.at/oebb
* 516.Oeko-Institut e.V, Freiburg, Germany: http://www.oeko.de
* 517.Office of Passenger Rail Franchise (OPRAF): http://www.opraf.gov.uk
* 518.Office of the Rail Regulator: http://www.rail-reg.gov.uk
* 519.Operation Lifesaver Inc. (USA) Rail Safety: http:// www.oli.org
* 520.Ordre des Cols Durs UK Cycloclimbing: http://www.ocd.org.uk
* 521.Oregon Bicycle and Pedestrian Planning site: http://www.odot.state.or.us/techserv/bikewalk/
* 522.Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) transport pages: http://www.oecd.org.env/transp
* 523.Oscar Faber Cycling Initiatives site (for DETR, London, 1999): http://www.oscatfaber.co.uk/cycles/initiatives_register.html
* 524.Oxford University Centre for the Environment Transport Studies Unit and Environmental Change Institute

- Transport Studies Unit: http://www.tsu.ox.ac.uk - Environmental Change Institute: http://www.eci.ox.ac.uk

* 525.Paris Metro (RATP): http://www.ratp.fr
* 526.Paris Traffic and Travel Information: http://www.syatadin.tm.fr
* 527.Parking Today: http://www.parkingtoday.com/
* 528.Parliamentary Advisory Council for TRansport SAfety (PACTS): http://www.pacts.org.uk
* 529.Parry People Mover: http://www.parrypeoplemover.com
* 530.Partnership for a Walkable America: http://www.walkable.org
* 531.Passenger Focus (new name from 2006 for the Rail Passengers Council: http://www.passengerfocus.org.uk. 
* 532.Passenger Transport Executive Group (PTEG): http://www.pteg.net
* 533.Path Database (pertaining to the field of Intelligent Transportation Systems): http://sunsite.berkeley.edu/~path
* 534.Pedestrians' Association (renamed 'Living Streets' in August 2001): http://www.pedestrians.org.uk
* 535.Pedestrian Committee of the US Transportation Research Board: http://trbpeds.tripod.com/
* 536.Pedestrian Bicycle Information Center (with Walkable Communities Inc , the Institute of Transportation Engineers

and Bicycle Council) Image Library: http://www.pedbikeimages.org/

* 537.Pedflow (research on modelling of pedestrian movements, Napier University, Edinburgh): http://www.dcs.napier.ac.uk/~jmk/pedflow
* 538.Pednet list: http://www.flora.org/pednet/ 

Pednet's International Pedestrian Lexicon (glossary): http://user/itl.net/~wordcraf/lexicon.html

* 539."People Pods" (Personal Rapid Transit) information site: http://www.canosoaurus.com/05MagLev?Pod01.htm
* 540.PIARC (World Road Association): http://www.piarc.org/
* 541.PIRATE Project (EU Project on the concept and practice of "Interchange") (Promoting Interchange Rationale, Accessibility and Transfer Efficiency): http://www.cordis.lu/transport/src/pirate.htm
* 542.Planners Web (Planning Commisioners' Journal): http://www.webcom.com/pcj
* 543.Planning for a Car-Free Day: http://www.ecoplan.org/carfreeday/
* 544.Platform Binnenstad Autovrij (works towards carfree central Amsterdam): http://www.dds.nl/~pba/
* 545.POLIS (European Cities and Regions Networking for Innovative Transport Solutions): http://www.polis-online.org
* 546.Portal (European Transport Results for Teaching & Studying): http://www.eu-portal.net
* 547.Portland, Oregon, (USA), City of, (Traffic Calming web pages): http://www.odot.state.or.us/techserv/bikewalk/index.htm
* 548.Portugese Railways / Ferrocarris Portugueseos: http://www.cf.pt
* 549.Potter Group (rail-freight terminal operator and logistics company): http://www.pottergroup.co.uk
* 550.Powershift Programme register of cleaner fuel vehicles (run by the Energy Savings Trust): http://www.est-powershift.org.uk/
* 551.Praxitele electric car-sharing project(France): http://www-rocq.inria.fr/praxitele/
* 552.Pro Bahn (international rail information service): http://www.pro-bahn.de/auskunft
* 553.Profbooks.com (internet bookshop specialising in transport and related subjects): http://www.profbooks.com/transport
* 554.The Project for Public Spaces 'Thinking Beyond the Pavement' context sensitive design site: http://www.pps.org/CSS/cssonline.htm
* 555.PTRC Education and Research Services Ltd.: http://www.cityscape.co.uk/users/cz57/index.htm
* 556.Public Transport Information (Austin Analytics): http://www.pti.org.uk
* 557.Public Transport Information Discussion list: http://www.soton.ac.uk/~trgwww/news~features/web-pti/web-pti.htm
* 558.Public Transport Information Unit: http://www.users.globalnet.co.uk/~ptiultd/
* 559.QueryNet (MassTransport.Com) (World Travel and Transportation Information): http://www.MassTransport.com
* 560.Quiet Roads (Countryside Agency): http://www.quiet-roads.gov.uk
* 561.RAC Foundation: http://www.racfoundation.org/
* 562.Radfahren (Cycling magazine, Germany): http://www.radfahren.de
* 563.Rail Freight Group: http://www.rfg.org.uk
* 564.Rail Passengers Council (called 'Passenger Focus' since 2006): http://www.railpassengers.org.uk
* 565.Railway Research Projects (The Rail Safety and Standards Board in association with Rail Research UK): http://www.railwayresearch.org
* 566.Railfuture (new campaigning name from March 2001 for the Railway Development Society): http://www.railfuture.org.uk/

Railfuture East Midlands Branch: http://www.blackrhodium.co.uk/RailfutureEastMidlands/Contacts.asp

* 567.Rails to Trails Conservancy (US): http://www.railstotrails.org
* 568.Railtrack: http://www.railtrack.co.uk
* 569.Railway Development Society (RDS): http://www.railwatch.org.uk

RDS North Midlands Branch: http://www.mids-railusers.com

* 570.Railway Forum: http://www.railwayforum.com
* 571.Railway Technology: http://www.railway-technology.com/
* 572.Ramblers' Association Safe to Cross Campaign: http://www.ramblers.org.uk/campaigns/safetocross.html
* 573.RAPTS (Resource for Advanced Public Transportation Systems) Program: http://www.rapts.cutr.usf.edu/
* 574.Real Time Information Group: http://www.rtig.org.uk
* 575.Reclaim the Streets: http://www.reclaimthestreets.net
* 576.Re-cycle (sends second-hand bikes to less developed countries): http://www.re-cycle.org
* 577.RENFE (Spanish Railways): http://www.renfe.es
* 578.Resource Centre for Urban Design Information (RUDI): http://www.rudi.net/
* 579.Rethink (Airportwatch coalition campaign backed by Friends of the Earth and launched in June 2006): http://www.rethink.airportwatch.org.uk/ 
* 580.Rides (Alternative Commuting in the San Francisco Bay Areas): http://www.rides.org/
* 581.Right of Way (New York): http://www.rightofway.org
* 582.Right Price for Air Travel campaign group: http://www.milieudefensite.nl/airtravel
* 583.RMT (public transport workers union): http://www.rmt.org.uk
* 584.Road Alert (anti-roads protestors): http://www.roadalert.org.uk
* 585.Road Block: http://www.roadblock.org.uk
* 586.Road Busters: http://members.gn.apc.org/~roadbusters/
* 587.Road Danger Reduction Forum (RDRF): http://www.rdrf.org.uk
* 588.Road Haulage Association: http://www.rha.org.uk
* 589.RoadPeace: http://www.roadpeace.org.uk/
* 590.Roadrage: http://www.roadrage.org.uk
* 591.Roadsource (US Highway, Traffic and Transportation Engineers Resource Center): http://www.roadsource.com/
* 592.Roads Theses site: http://www.roads.lut.ac.uk
* 593.Roads to Ruin Alliance: http://www.foe.co.uk/resource/briefings/roads_ruin.pdf
* 594.Road Users' Alliance (RUA): http://www.rua.org.uk/
* 595.Road User Exposure to Air Pollution: http://www.eta.co.uk/camp/press.htm
* 596.ROMANSE (Public Transport Real Time Information, e.g. Southampton): http://romanse.soton.ac.uk/cgi-bin/viewdb
* 597.ROWIP (Rights of Way Improvement Plans) (emerging good practice from ROWIP demo project): http://www.prowgpg.org.uk
* 598.Royal Association for Disability and Rehabilitation (RADAR): http://www.rnid.org.uk
* 599.Royal Automobile Club (RAC) Road Works and Congestion site: http://www.rac.co.uk/html/jon/journey2.htm
* 600.Royal National Institute for Deaf People (RNID): http://www.rnid.org.uk
* 601.Royal National Institute for the Blind (RNIB) http://www.rnib.org.uk
* 602.Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA): http://www.rospa.com
* 603.Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI): http://www.rtpi.org.uk
* 604.Rue de'Avenir (Switzerland): http://www.rue-avenir.ch/ 
* 605.Rues pour tous (Swiss Traffic Club Tempo 30 campaign): http://www.rues-pour-tous.ch
* 606.RUF multi-modal electric car: http://www.ruf.dk/
* 607.Rural Transport: http://www.rural-transport.net
* 608.SABRE - the Society for All British Road Enthusiasts: http://www.sabre-roads.org.uk/
* 609.Safe and Sound (Department of Health and DTLR School Travel Challenge: http://www.doh.gov.uk/safetrav
* 610.Safer Routes to School (Mouchel / Hertfordshire CC): http://www.saferroutestoschool.com
* 611.Safer Travel on Buses and Coaches Panel (STOP): http://www.dft.gov.uk/stellent/groups/dft_localtrans/documents/page/dft_localtrans_02355.hcsp
* 612.Safety Camera website (Dft): http://www.nationalsafetycameras.co.uk
* 613.SBB/CFF (Swiss Federal Railways): http://www.sbb.ch
* 614.SCAN-UK (the UK Sustainable Cities Aviation Network): http://www.scan-uk.mmu.ac.uk
* 615.Schoolway: http://www.schoolway.net
* 616.Scottish Cycling Database: http://www.scottishcycling.co.uk/
* 617.Scottish Cycling Development Project: http://www.scottishcycling.co.uk
* 618.Scottish Transport Statistics: http://www.statistics.gov.uk
* 619.Seattle Area Traffic Conditions: http://www.wsdot.wa.gov/regions/northwest/nwflow/
* 620.Seattle Smart Traveler (University of Washington ITS Research Group): http://sst.its.washington.edu/sst/Demonstration/ddemointro.html
* 621.Secure Station Schemes: http://www.railways.dtlr.gov.uk/secure/index.htm
* 622.Segway: http://www.segway.com
* 623.Societe Nationale de Chemins de Fer (SNCF) (French Railways): http://www.sncf.com
* 624.Strategic Rail Authority: http://www.opraf.gov.uk
* 625.SkyTran Maglev: http://www.skytran.net
* 626.SLF (Norwegian Cycling Group): http://www.oslonett.no/home/slf-bike
* 627.Slower Speeds Initiative site: http://www.slower-speeds.org.uk
* 628.Slow is Beautiful (Speed Limits as Political Decisions on Urban Form": http://www.preservenet.com/studies/SlowBeaut.html
* 629.Smartest (Microsimulation tools for traffic management): http://www.its.leeds.ac.uk/smartest/
* 630.Smart Growth America: http://www.smartgrowthamerica.org
* 631.Smart Moves (for car club kit):http://www.smartmoves.co.uk
* 632.Smart Travel Resource Center (US Environmental Protection Agency Office of Mobile Services): http://www.epa.gov/omswww/strc.htm
* 633.Smogbusters Australian National Website: http://www.environment.gov.au/smogbusters
* 634.SNCF (Societe National de Chemins de Fer) (French Railways): http://www.sncf.fr
* 635.Special Interest Network for Transport Australia: http://www.sinta.uts.edu.au/
* 636.Spokes (East Lothian Cycling Campaign, Edinburgh, Scotland): http://www.spokes.org.uk
* 637.Sportswork bike racks for buses and quick load bike racks (US): http://www.swnw.com
* 638.Sprawl Watch Clearinghouse (USA): http://www.sprawlwatch.org
* 639.Standing Committee on Trunk Road Assessment (SACTRA): http://www.coi.gov.uk/coi/depts/GDT/GDT.HTML
* 640.Station Master: http://ukbus.u-net.co.uk/cgi/imast0hn.htm
* 641.Stockholm Cycle Network Plan: http://www.gfk.stockholm.se/gata-park/cykelplan
* 642.Stockholm underground network: http://www.sl.se/international
* 643.Stockley Park Transport Plan: http://www.stockleypark.co.uk
* 644.Strasbourg City Council (Transport policy background): http://www.sdv.fr/strasbourg
* 645.Street Design info: http://www.streetdesign.info/
* 646.Streets Alive (website to encourage street parties): http://www.streetparty.org.uk 
* 647.Streetmap: http://www.streetmap.co.uk
* 648.Student Car Share: http://www.studentcarshare.com
* 649.Surface Transportation Policy Project (US) http://www.transact.org
* 650.Suffolk Traffic and Travel Information: http://travel.labs.bt.co/route66
* 651.Sund Bytrafik (Danish Association for Sustainable Transportation): http://sunsite.auc.dk/sound_transport/
* 652.Sustainable Access to Leisure Sites and Amenities (SALSA Project, London Borough of Ealing): http://www.ealing.gov.uk/salsa
* 653.Sustainable Trails: http://www.sustainabletrails.org
* 654.Sustainable Transport Action Network for Asia and the Pacific (the SUSTRAN Network): 

http://www.malaysiakini.com/sustran

* 655.Sustainable Transportation Monitor (Centre for Sustainable Transportation, Toronto, Canada): 

http:/www.web.net/~cstctd

* 656.Sustainable Urban Transport Project in Asia: http://www.sutp.org
* 657.SustainIT (an initiative of the UK Centre for Economic and Environmental Development; UKCEED): http://www.sustainit.org
* 658.Sustrans: http://www.sustrans.org.uk/ 

Sustrans National Cycle Network Information Service: http://www.nationalcyclenetwork.org.uk Sustrans National Cycle Network Ride the Net site: http://www.ridethenet.co.uk

* 659.SusTrans SA (sustainable mobility in South Africa): http://www.sustranssa.co.za
* 660.SUTRAN (Sustainable Transport Action Network for Asia and the Pacific): http://www.malaysiakini.com/sustran
* 661.Svenska Cykelsallskapet (Sweden): http://www.svenska-cykelsallskapet.se
* 662.Swedish National Road Administration (Vaegverket): http://www.vv.se
* 663.Swiss Accidents Prevention Office: http://bpa.ch
* 664.Swiss Federal Railways (SBB/SBB/CFS): http://www.sbb.ch
* 665.Swiss Sustainability Criteria in Transport/Transport and Environment Programme: http://www.snf.ch/nfp41/home.htm
* 666.SWOV (Dutch Institute for Road Safety Research): http://www.swov.nl
* 667.TACIN Transport Forum: http://www.tacin.co.uk
* 668.T & E (European Federation for Transport and Environment): http://www.t-e.nu
* 669.Tandem Club (UK): http://www.tandem-club.org.uk
* 670.TAPESTRY EU research project to develop better communication programmes and campaigns that encourage sustainable travel behaviour: http://www.eu-tapestry.org
* 671.Target Project (EU project run by Yorkshire & Humber TravelWise in partnership with several European

Cities including Goteborg & Bremen): http://www.eu-target.net

* 672.Taxi Transport (VTPI (Canada)): http://www.vtpi.org/tdm/tdm78.htm
* 673.Taxis and Private Hire Vehicles site: http://www.dft.gov.uk/stellent/groups/dft_control/documents/contentservertemplate/dft_index.hcst?n=10269&l=1
* 674.TCRP - Transit Cooperative Research Program (US): http://www.tcrponline.org/
* 675.Telecommuting: http://www.engr.ucdavis.edu/~its/telecom/
* 676.Telematics Forum: http://www.telematicsforum.com/
* 677.Telematics Update: Road Charging Update: http://www.roadcharging.com
* 678.Telework: http://www.the-commons.org/ze2/tw
* 679.Telework, Telecottage and Telecentre Association: http://www.tca.org.uk
* 680.Tesco (including Home Delivery service): http://www.tesco.co.uk/homeshop
* 681.Thames Gateway Partnership: http://www.thames-gateway.org.uk
* 682.The Automobile Association: http://www.theaa.co.uk
* 683.The Bicycle News Agency: http://www.bikenews.org
* 684.The Bus Stops Here: http://www.the-bus-stops-here.org/
* 685.The Car Free Day Discussion Forum: http://egroups.com/list/carfreeday/
* 686.The Countryside Agency Rural Transport Team: http://www.rt.net/countryside.gov.uk
* 687.The Disabled Persons Transport Advisory Committee (DPTAC), Department for Transport (DfT): http://www.dptac.gov.uk
* 688.The Environmental Association of Universities and Colleges: http://www.eauc.org.uk
* 689.The European Cyclist Magazine (European Cyclists' Federation): http://www.ecf.com/magazine
* 690.The Folding Society (folding bikes): http://www.whooper.demon.co.uk/foldsoc/
* 691.The Full Costs of the Car: http://www.flora.org/ago/fullcostscar.html
* 692.The Great British Bus Timetable (Southern Vectis Bus Company): http://www.xephos.com
* 693.The Home Office Partnership (case studies of companies which have introduced teleworking): http://www.flexibility.co.uk
* 694.The Highways, Traffic and Transportation Engineers' Resource Centre: http://www.RoadSource.com
* 695.The Institute of Logistics and Transport (IOLT): http://www.iolt.org.uk
* 696.The Institute for Transportation and Development Policy (US): http://www.ITDP.org
* 697.The International Car Free Day Consortium Website: http://www.ecoplan.org/carfreeday/
* 698.The International CarShare Consortium Website: http://www.ecoplan.org/carshare/
* 699.The Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies: http://www.easts.info/publications/journal_proceedings/online.html
* 700.The Journal of World Transport Policy and Practice http://www.ecoplan.org/wtpp
* 701.The Man in Seat 61 (international rail travel): http://www.seat61.com/
* 702.The Monorail Society: http://www.monorails.org
* 703.The National Advanced Driving Simulator (US): http://www.nads-sc.uiowa.edu/
* 704.The Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center: http://www.bicyclinginfo.org
* 705.The Pedestrians' Association (rrenamed "Living Streets" in August 2001): http://www.pedestrians.org.uk
* 706.The Railway Forum: http://www.railwayforum.com
* 707.The Road Information Program (US): http://www.tripnet.org
* 708.The Scottish Cycling Development Project: http://www.viewport.f9.co.uk/scottishcycling
* 709.The Scottish Executive, Edinburgh: http://www.scotland.gov.uk 

The Scottish Executive (publications): http://www.scotland.gov.uk/publications

* 710.The South African Society for Intelligent Transport Systems: http://www.sasits.com/
* 711.The Sustainable Transport Emergency Program: http://www.the-commons.org/step
* 712.The Teleworking, Telecottage and Telecentre Association (TCA): website: http://www.tca.org.uk
* 713.The Thames Gateway London Partnership car share website: http://www.gateway2share.com
* 714.The TrainLine Company: http://www.thetrainline.co.uk/trainline.html
* 715.The VIRGIL (European Commission rural transport research project) site: http://www.bealtaine.ie/virgil
* 716.THEMIS (thematic network funded by the European Commission, DG Energy and Transport to understand and define the position of freight transport within the future European Intelligent Transport System (ITS): http://www.themis-network.org/
* 717.3GT (Third Generation Telematics) Project: http://www.ertico.com/activiti/projects/3gt/home.htm
* 718.This View of Density (Steve Price, USA): http://www.sflcv.org/density
* 719.Tokai Traffic and Travel Information: http://www.ilc.or.jp/user0.himr/
* 720.Tourism without Traffic Programme: http://www.transport2000.org.uk/campaigns/tourismwithouttraffic
* 721.Traffic-Calming information: http://www.its.leeds.ac.uk/primavera/p_calming.html
* 722.Traffic-Calming (US): http://www.trafficcalming.org/
* 723.Traffic Controller Unit (travel advice on Scotland's strategic roads network, using information from the National Driver Information and Control System): http://www.nadics.org.uk
* 724.Traffic Control Systems Unit (London): http://www.tcfl.gov.uk/
* 725.TrafficLinq (web site directory for traffic and transportation experts with

links to sites on ITS, public transport, transportation planning, traffic engineering, road pricing, electronic toll collection, traffic information, parking, traffic safety, bicycling, commuting, software, organizations and traffic industry): http://www.trafficlinq.com

* 726.Traffic Net: http://www.vauxhall.co.uk
* 727.Traffic Signs of the World (US): http://www.elve.net/rcoulst.htm
* 728.Trails and Greenways Clearing House (US): http://www.trailsandgreenways.org
* 729.Train Taxi guide: http://www.traintaxi.co.uk
* 730.TrainCom (European Commission project to define a standard link between the train's onboard digital network and ground services): http://www.traincom.org/
* 731.Transact (Transportation Partners and the Surface Transportation Project; STPP)(US): http://transact.org
* 732.Trans Canada Trail (16,000km shared-use recreation): http://tctrail.ca/trail.htm
* 733.TRANSform Scotland (Sustainable Transport campaign group): http://www.transformscotland.org.uk
* 734.Transit-Focused Development: http://www.peak.org/~jbs
* 735.Transform Scotland, Edinburgh: http://www.transformscotland.org.uk/
* 736.Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) (US): http://www.todcommunities.org
* 737.Transport Action initiative: http://www.transportaction.org.uk
* 738.Transport and Development Politics directory: http://www.preservenet.com/TransDev.html
* 739.Transport and Geography Research Group (TGRG): http://www.abdn.ac.uk/tgrg
* 740.Transport and Health Study Group (THSG): http://www.nhs.uk/transportandhealth
* 741.Transport and Logistics Links site (University of Huddersfield): http://hud.ac.uk/schools/applied_sciences/transweb.htm
* 742.Transport and Social Exclusion (Manchester University): http://www.geocities.com/transport_research
* 743.Transport Canada: http://www.tc.gv.ca/

Transport Canada directory of accessible travel: http://www.accesstotravel.gc.ca/

* 744.Transport Connect (Elsevier Science Search service): http://www.elsevier.nl/gej-ng/29/29/show/
* 745.Transport Demand Management: http://env.fpm.wisc.edu/cerp/tdm.html
* 746.Transport Geography on the Web: http://www.people.hofstra.edu/geotrans
* 747.Transport for Livable Communities Network: http://www.ticnetwork.org
* 748.Transport for London: http://www.transportforlondon.gov.uk
* 749.Transport Knowledge Partnership: http://www.gtkp.org
* 750.Transport Planning Society: http://www.tps.org.uk/
* 751.Transport Professional Organisations (The Transport Web): http://transportweb.com/bodies.html
* 752.Transport Research & Information Network (TR&IN): http://www.platform8.demon.co.uk
* 753.Transport Research Institute, Napier University, Edinburgh, Scotland: http://www.tri.napier.ac.uk/
* 754.Transport Research Laboratory (TRL): http://www.trl.co.uk

TRL Molasses database of road safety schemes: http://www.trl.co.uk/molasses

* 755.Transport research dissemination managed by the European Commission: http://ec.europa.eu/transport/extra 
* 756.Transport Scotland, http://www.transportscotland.gov.uk
* 757.Transport Statistics (DTLR) website:http://www.transtat.dtlr.gov.uk/
* 758.Transport Statistics Users Group (TSUH): http://www.irn-research.com/tsug.html/
* 759.Transport Studies Group, University of Westminster: http://www.wmin.ac.uk/tsg
* 760.Transport Studies Unit, University of London: http://www.ulcts.cv.ic.ac.uk
* 761.Transport Technologies, Innovative (Jerry Schneider): http://faculty.washington.edu/jbs/itrans  
* 762.Transport Visions Network (via the Southampton University Transportation Research Group website): http://www.trg.soton.ac.uk/research/TVNetwork   
* 763.Transport Web: http://transportweb.com
* 764.Transport 2000: http://www.transport2000.org.uk
* 765.TransportAction (Energy Saving Trust / DTLR): http://www.transportaction.org.uk
* 766.Transportation Action Network (US) (including Mean Streets annual report): http://www.transact.org/
* 767.Transportation Alternatives (New York): http://www.transalt.org
* 768.Transportation and Community and System Preservation Pilot Program: http://tscp-fhwa.volpe.dot.gov/
* 769.Transportation Association of Canada (TAC), Ottawa: http://www.tac-atc.ca
* 770.Transportation Communications Newsletter (USA): http://groups.yahoo.com/group/transport-communications/
* 771.Transportation for Livable Communities: http://www.tlcnetwork.org
* 772.Transportation Research Board (TRB) (US): http://www.nas.edu/trb/reb.html

TRB Research in Progress: http://rip.trb.org/

* 773.Transportation Research Information Services (TRIS): http://www.nas.edu/trb/about/tris.html
* 774.Transportation Resources: http://www.ldc.lu.se/~ttsak/nyborta.htm
* 775.TranStats (US): http://www.transtats.bts.gov/
* 776.TransXChange (Department for Transport bus route changes etc. registration standards): http://www.transxchange.dft.gov.uk/
* 777.Tranz Metro (Wellington and Auckland, New Zealand): http://www.tranzmetro.co.nz/
* 778.Travel and Transport Information Service for Northern Europe: http://www.ttis.ten-t.com/index.html
* 779.Travel Awareness Initiatives: http://www.open.gov.uk/dot/pu/tai.htm
* 780.TravelSmart (Perth, Australia): http://www.dpi.wa.gov.au/travelsmart
* 781.TravelWise http://www.travelwise.org.uk
* 782.Travelwise Net: http://www.travelwisenet.com
* 783.TravelWise News (Changing Tracks): http://www.changingtracks.org.uk
* 784.TravelWise Northern Ireland: http://www.travelwiseni.com
* 785.TRAVL trip generation database (Association of London Government): http://www.travl.org.uk/
* 786.TravTIPS (US internet-based traveler information service): http://travtips.net
* 787.Trento Cycling Pages (touring and off-road cycling in Europe and the Mediterranean): 

http://www-math.science.unitn.it/Bike

* 788.Tri-Met (Portland Region): http://www.tri-met.org/tma.htm
* 789.TRIS, Transportation Research Information Service, (the world's largest and most comprehensive bibliographic database on transportation): http://www.bts.gov/ntl/tris/ or http://tris.amti.com/
* 790.TRL (Transport Research Laboratory): http://www.trl.co.uk

TRL Molasses database of road safety schemes: http://www.trl.co.uk/molasses TRL potential for improving the efficiency of road travel through real-time information and predicting traffic flows) dcemonstration website: http://www.tralasp.co.uk

* 791.TSSA (Transport Salaried Staff Association): http://www.tssa.org.uk
* 792.Tyne and Wear Metro: http://www.tyneandwearmetro.co.uk/
* 793.UIC (Union Internationale des Chemins de Fer): http://www.uic.asso.fr
* 794.UITP (International Association of Public Transport): http://www.uitp.com
* 795.UK Bridges Board: http://www.ukroadsliaisongroup.org/bridges/index.htm
* 796.UK Cyclists' Portal: http://www.cyclists.org.uk
* 797.UK Lighting Board: http://www.ukroadsliaisongroup.org/lighting/index.htm
* 798.UK Public Transport Information: http://compulink.co.uk/~aus-an/ptinfo/
* 799.UK Rail companies links page: http://www.rail.co.uk/ukrail/railcomp/towelcm.htm
* 800.UK Roads Board: http://www.ukroadsliaisongroup.org/roads/
* 801.UK Roads Liaison Group: http://www.ukroadsliaisongroup.org/index.htm
* 802.UK Traffic Management Board: http://www.ukroadsliaisongroup.org/traffic/
* 803.Umweltbundesamt (Federal German Environment Office), Berlin: http://www.umweltbundesamt.de
* 804.Underground Railways of the World: http://metro.jussieu.fr:10001
* 805.Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI): http://www.uci.ch
* 806.Union Internationale des Chemins de Fer (UIC): http://www.uic.asso.fr
* 807.Union Internationale des Transports Publics (UITP) / International Association of Public Transport: http://www.uitp.com
* 808.Universities and Transport Demand Management (TDM): http://env.fpm.wisc.edu/cerp/tdm.html
* 809.Universities����¯�¿�½���¯���¿���½����¯�¿�½������¢����¯�¿�½������¯����¯�¿�½������¿����¯�¿�½������½����¯�¿�½������¯����¯�¿�½������¿����¯�¿�½������½ Transport Partnership (UTP): http://www.utp.org.uk
* 810.Universities Transport Studies Group (UTSG): http://www.its.leeds.ac.uk/utsg/
* 811.University College London Transport Studies Unit: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/transport-studies/
* 812.University of California at Davis research on telecommuting: http://www.engr.ucdavis.ed/~its/telecom/
* 813.University of California Transportation Center: http://socrates.berkeley.edu/~uctc
* 814.University of Manchester Department of Planning and Landscape Transport Research: 

http://www.art.man.ac.uk/transres

* 815.University of Technology (Sydney) Transport site: http://www.sinta.uts.edu.au/
* 816.University of the West of England, Bristol, Unit for Transport and Society (UTS): http://www.transport.uwe.ac.uk
* 817.University of Westminster & Derek Halden Consultancy Accessibility targets site: http://www.accessibilityplanning.gov.uk
* 818.University of Westminster Transport Studies Group (INPHORMM Project): http://www.wmin.ac.uk/INPHORMM
* 819.Urban Mobility Network: http://www.mobility-net.com/
* 820.Urban Mobility Platform: http://www.traffic-net.com
* 821.Urban Traffic Management and Control research programme (DTlR-funded): http://www.utmc.org.uk
* 822.Urgente Online (Spain): http://www.urgenteonline.ipf.es/
* 823.US Department of Transportation: http://www.dot.gov

US DOT Bureau of Transportation Statistics (BTS): http://www.bts.gov

* 824.US Intermodal Surface Transportation Act (ISTEA): http://www.istea.org
* 825.US National Personal Transportation Survey: http://www-cta.ornl.gov/npts/1995/dot/doc/index.html-ssi
* 826.US Office of Transportation - Technologies: http://www.ott.dot.gov
* 827.US Trails: http://www.traillink.com
* 828.Vagverket (Swedish National Road Administration): http://www.vv.se
* 829.Vauban car-free development (Freiburg, Germany): http://www.vauban.de
* 830.Vehicle Certification Agency (VCA) new car fuel consumption and emissions figures: http://www.roads.detr.gov.uk/vehicle/fuelcon/index.htm
* 831.Vejdirektoratet (Danish Road Directorate(: http://www.vd.dk
* 832.Velo-Australis (Perth, Australia, 1996): http://www.com.au/conference/velo96
* 833.Velo-City etc. (European/International Cycling Conference) Proceedings: 

Velo-City '95 (Basel): http://home.sn.no/~ecf/veloc95.html Velo-City '97 (Barcelona): http://www.bcn.es/velo-city97/ Velo-City 2001 (Glasgow and Edinburgh): http://www.velo-city2001.org/ Velo-City 2003 (September 2003, Paris): http://www.velo-city2003.com Velo City 2005 (Tuesday 31st May to Friday 3rd June 2005 in Dublin, Ireland): http://www.velo-city2005.com Velo City 2007 (12-15 June 2007 in Munich, Germany): http://www.velo-city2007.com

* 834.Velo-Journal (Switzerland): http://www.velojournal.ch
* 835.Velo Mondial 2000 Conference (Amsterdam, June 2000): http://www.velomondial2000.nl

Velo Mondial 2006 Conference (Cape Town), South Africa: http://www.velomondial2006.com/

* 836.Velo-Mondial Secretariat: http://www.velomondial.net
* 837.Velonet: http://www.cycling.org  
* 838.Verband Deutscher Verkehrsunternehmen (VDV) (Association of German Transport Enterprises): http://www.vdv.de


* 839.Vereniging Mobileitsmanagement VM2 (former Vervoermanagement Nederland (Netherlands): http://www.vm2.nl
* 840.verkeerskunde (Netherlands transport journal):http://www.verkeerskunde.nl
* 841.Verkehrs-Club der Schweiz (VCS-ATE) (Swiss Traffic Club): http://www.verkehrsclub.ch
* 842.Verkehrsclub Deutschland (VCD) (German Traffic Club): http://www.vcd.org
* 843.Verkehrsclub Oesterreich (VCOe) (Austrian Traffic Club): http://www.vcoe.at
* 844.Verkehrsverbund Rhein-Neckar (Rhine-Neckar Traffic Authority:) http://www.vrn.de/vrn/tarife/fahhrad.html
* 845.Vervoermanagement Nederland (Netherlands - since 2003 known as Vereniging Mobileitsmanagement VM2): http://www.vmnl.nl
* 846.Vias Verdes (Spanish Greenways): http://www.viasverdes.com
* 847.Victoria Transport Policy Institute: http://www.vtpi.org
* 848.Village Car Share: http://www.villagecarshare.com
* 849.Vipre Drive Share: http://www.vipre.com
* 850.Walkable Communities Inc. (US): http://www.walkable.org
* 851.Walking and Health (Countryside Agency & The British Heart Foundation): http://www.countryside.gov.uk/LAR/Recreation/WHI/index.asp
* 852.Waterways and Livelihoods Programme (IFRTD): http://www.ruralwaterways.org
* 853.Washington State Department of Transportation (USA): http://www.wsdot.wa.gov 

Washington State Bicycle Commuting Guide: Online PDF Version: http://www.olywa.net/leveen/

* 854.Waterways Work! (USA): http://www.waterwayswork.org/
* 855.Way to Go (2004 campaign by over 25 major environmental and social justice organisations): http://www.waytogo.org.uk/>
* 856.Welfare to Work (Job Access and Reverse Commute Initiative) (US Federal Transit Administration): 

http://www.fta.dot.gov/wtw

* 857.Welsh Walking and Cycling Forum: http://www.wales.gov.uk 
* 858.Wensleydale Railway plc.: http://www.wensleydalerailway.com
* 859.Wheels for All (cycling for disabled people): http://www.cycling.org.uk
* 860.Wildlands Center for Preventing Roads: http://www.wildlandscpr.org
* 861.Women and Transport (University of East London Transport Studies Unit for DTLR Gender Audit): http://www.women-and-transport.net
* 862.Women����¯�¿�½���¯���¿���½����¯�¿�½������¢����¯�¿�½������¯����¯�¿�½������¿����¯�¿�½������½����¯�¿�½������¯����¯�¿�½������¿����¯�¿�½������½s Transport Network (sponsored by the Department for Transport): http://www.dft.gov.uk/stellent/groups/dft_mobility/documents/page/dft_mobility_506791.hcsp
* 863.Workbike (USA): http://www.workbike.org/news
* 864.World Business Council for Sustainable Development, Geneva: http://wbcsd.org
* 865.World Carfree Network: http://www.worldcarfree.net/directory/
* 866.World Health Organisation (Transport/Environment pamphlets): http://www.who.dk/environment.pamphlets
* 867.World Institute on Disability: http://www.wid.org
* 868.World Squares Project (Trafalgar Square, London, pedestrianisation): http://www.worldsquares.com
* 869.World Transport Policy and Practice Electronic Edition: http://www.eco-logica.co.uk/WTPPhome.html
* 870.Wuppertal Institute (Transport Division), Germany: http://www.wupperinst.org
* 871.Yorkshire Milestones: http://www.yorkshire-milestones.co.uk/ 
* 872.Young TransNet (uses IT and the internet to assist children and young people in transport research and action): http://www.youngtransnet.org.uk
* 873.Y-Tech (revived Amsterdam "drag and drop" white bicycles in Amsterdam): http://www.dds.nl/~y-tech/
* 874.Zero Emissions, Real Options Ltd. (London): http://www.workbike.org
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