Working Paper #2 – The OMEGA 2 Project

International Insights Into Selected Key Challenges Encountered by MUTPs When Pursuing Goals of Sustainable Development

Working Paper #2 Series (2007) | The OMEGA 2 Project


Challenges of Sustainable Development: UMTP Risks to Ecosystem and Human Health

Low, N., Australasian Centre for Governance and Management of Urban Transport, The University of Melbourne, Australia.


Transportation Planning In France And The Challenge Of Sustainable Development: Actors, Tools And Methods

Leheis, S., Laboratoire Technique Territoires et Societes, Ecole Nationales Ponts et Chaussees, France


The spatial impact of mega transport projects and its sustainability dimensions

Kracht, M. and Munafò, S., Institute for Geographical Studies, Urban Studies, Free University of Berlin, Germany


The Challenge of Social Cohesion in MUTP Planning

Skayannis, P. and Kaparos, G., Department of Urban and Regional Development University of Thessaly, Greece


Mega Projects & Transport: The challenge of embedding sustainability in evaluating transport project viability

Pretorius, F. and Ng Mee K., Department of Real Estate and Construction, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Mega Urban Public Transport Projects and Mitigation Potential of Carbon Dioxide Emissions

Muromachi, Y., Department of Built Environment, Interdisciplinary Graduate School of Science and Engineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan


Coping with Complexity and Uncertainty in Mega Projects: Linking Strategic Choices and Operational Decision Making

Bertolini, L. and Salet, W., Institute for Metropolitan and International Development Studies, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands


Background Paper On Energy And Transport

Åhman, M., Nilsson, Lars J. and Holmberg, B., Department of Technology and Society, Lund University, Sweden


Globalization and Mega Transport Projects: Emerging trends and challenges

Dimitriou, Harry T., OMEGA Centre, Bartlett School of Planning, University College London, UK


Urban Surface Transportation Mega-Projects: Institutional Complexities

NYU Wagner Rudin Center for Transportation Policy & Management, New York University, USA