Paul Barter, one of the contributors of the Cycling in Singapore blog is a researcher at NUS' LKY School of Public Policy specialising in urban transport policy.
He has just begun a blog related to his field of research entitled "Urban Transport Issues Asia." He is writing away already, and has most recently posted an article entitled "Should Asian governments try to slow down motorisation?" He points to several links including this one: Barter, P. A., 2005. A vehicle quota integrated with road usage pricing: A mechanism to complete the phase-out of high fixed vehicle taxes in Singapore. Transport Policy, 12 (6): 525-536. doi:10.1016/j.tranpol.2005.05.004 [Abstract] Most of us are more likely to see his blog posts than his journal publications so this is a great tool to help point the way.
Not only will the content be more accessible, his blog posts will be picked up Google and Technorati and find its way into our search results. That's a great way to make the information more accessible. Good job, Paul, and all the best!
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