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'Transport in Flux'

31st October 1969
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Which of the following most accurately describes the problem?

• In 208 closely written pages, CM's John Darker has set out, in a new book, "Transport in Flux", to outline some of the main problems confronting managers, administrators and politicians in all branches of transport.

Based largely on the syllabus for London University's certificate course in Contemporary Transport Problems, the book's wide scope can be judged from the chapter headings: Transport in the economy; the next 20 years in transport; the American transport scene; bulk transport; the container catalyst; port management problems; British Railways in transition; road haulage licensing; the National Freight Corporation in British transport; distribution; social cost and social benefit; road problems; transport and amenity; airports; air transport; Passenger Transport Authorities; rural transport; transport in the common market; the channel tunnel; transport mechanical handling; labour relations in transport; conclusion. A select bibliography is included in an appendix.

"Transport in Fluxwill be available at 60s a copy. Further information from Douglas Ireland, Eyeline Communications Ltd., Beacon House, 113 Kingsway, London, W.C.2.


Organisations: London University
People: John Darker
Locations: London

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