Contact

Contact the editor
eb-cafe-lighterEric Britton – eric.britton@ecoplan.org
Other: admin@ecoplan.org

Telephone:
France: +336 5088 0787
USA: +1 (213) 985 3501

Mail/Visits:
EcoPlan international (1901)
Sainte-Anne.  9, rue Gabillot
69003 Lyon, France

North America:
New Mobility Partnerships
9440 Readcrest Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90210

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About the editor:

Eric Britton

Bio: Trained as a development economist, Eric Britton is MD of EcoPlan International, an independent advisory network providing strategic counsel for government and business on policy and decision issues involving complex systems, social-technical change and sustainable development. His work focuses on the target of equity, economy and efficiency in city transport, and helping governments to ask the right questions and from this starting point to find and implement practical solutions to climate, mobility, public space and job creation challenges. He is currently working on a book for publication in early 2015, “Toward a General Theory of Sustainable Transport in Cities” which is being presented, discussed and critiqued in a series of journal articles, university sessions, international conferences, workshops, media events and city dialogues over 2014.

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2 thoughts on “Contact

  1. Wanted to give some comment after visiting your website.

    Liked the criticism on Delhi Metro – I saw a tv program recently that was very positive about it (actually, it was the CNN Future Cities, must have been this: http://questmeansbusiness.blogs.cnn.com/2010/08/16/delhis-metro-cool-calm-and-on-time/). Anyways, the positivism made me curious. Is it really *that* good. At least in India, there’s always more than one truth.

    Apropos India.

    It’s a main market for the BM One automated transport solution we have in the works. While automated cars may (or may not) become commonplace some day, they do not solve the issue of road congestion. We’re planning a very light weight, very scalable PRT system that would fit in existing cities.

    ArcticStartup made an article of us last spring (http://www.arcticstartup.com/2010/04/16/bm-design-and-the-future-of-transportation). Otherwise, I cannot provide you a ready text to publish but if you like to see more, visit the website.

    Happy 2011 to you. :)

    - Asko Kauppi
    BM Design Oy
    http://www.bmdesign.fi
    we want to move you

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  2. Pingback: How to subscribe to Equity/Transport | Equity-Based Transportation Systems (A collaborative investigation of an unusual concept)

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