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Plenary Presentations: Against Pollution and Congestion in our Cities – Sustainable Urban Transport for Malaysia
17 and 18 February 2004, Hyatt Regency Kuantan

Plenary Presentations


Urban Development and Transport Planning in Malaysia – Present Practice and Lessons LearntUrban Development and Transport Planning in Malaysia – Present Practice and Lessons Learnt
[.pdf, 10754.8Kb]

Ms. Norliza Hashim, AJM Planning and Urban Design Group Sdn. Bhd



Regional Experience and Good Examples of Sustainable Urban Transport in AsiaRegional Experience and Good Examples of Sustainable Urban Transport in Asia
[.pdf, 579.4Kb]

Dr. Paul Barter, National University of Singapore



Non-Motorised Transport and Modern City LifeNon-Motorised Transport and Modern City Life
[.pdf, 4673.1Kb]

Karl Fjellstrom, GTZ



Public Transport is not only Light Rail Trains (LRT) – Alternatives to High Cost Public Transport SolutionsPublic Transport is not only Light Rail Trains (LRT) – Alternatives to High Cost Public Transport Solutions
[.pdf, 2639.3Kb]

Karl Fjellstrom, GTZ



Urban Development Planning and its Environmental ImplicationsUrban Development Planning and its Environmental Implications
[.pdf, 831.5Kb]

Dr. Rudolf Petersen, Germany



The Berlin Planning Approach - An Example of Integrated and People-oriented Transport PlanningThe Berlin Planning Approach - An Example of Integrated and People-oriented Transport Planning
[.pdf, 5986.3Kb]

Dr. Axel Friedrich, Umweltbundesamt - Environmental Protection Authority, Berlin/Germany


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Malaysia
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Vehicular air pollution
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GTZ - Deutsche Gesselschaft fur Technishe Zussammenarbeit

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