Transportation and energy in Santiago, Chile


The paper presents the current passenger transportation system and urban development trends in Santiago, Chile including institutional authority, vehicle fleets, modal splits, trip behavior and emissions and energy consumption. Current responses by the city to date are discussed and measures for improving public transport, implementing travel demand management schemes, controlling sprawling land uses and reforming institutional structures are proposed.

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This paper was published in Research Papers in Economics.

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