Introducing Transport Economics - Some Lesson Video Ideas

As the new term approaches, I am researching and updating some audio/visual clips that I use in class to introduce some of the key problems/solutions in the world of transport economics.

I have included some links below, some of which are a few years old now, but are still relevant in stimulating classroom discussion on some of the key issues facing transport decision makers in the UK and abroad.

Conservative transport policy from 2009 – has it worked?

Jakarta’s legendary traffic jams – what might be the solution?

Rising costs of public transport (2009)

Has the recession improved matters? (2009)

Solutions – the congestion charge?

Solutions – M1 expansion?

Solutions – Car Sharing?

Solutions – Electric cars?

Solutions – No traffic lights?

Solutions – Cycling?

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