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The full implications of this ruling are not yet clear at this writing. On August 31, 2006, the legislature of the state of California passed and Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger signed into law a statute to limit the carbon dioxide produced by the state’s industries. This legislation, known as the Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006, sought to reduce greenhouse gas emissions to 1990 levels by 2020. The California Air Resources Board (CARB) has developed a plan for implementing the 2006 act. Legislation enacted in 2008, the Sustainable Communities and Climate Protection Act, seeks to help reduce emissions from automobiles by providing financial incentives to cities to develop compact neighborhoods that encourage residents to walk, bike, and use mass transit more.

One notable exception in the British case is attributable to the fact that during the 19th century their cross ties were generally longer and heavier (Wellington, 1887) than those elsewhere, suggesting a greater impact on their limited timber stands; more recently, cross ties have been made of concrete, especially in Britain. URBANIZATION BEGINS The spread of urban areas in the United States during the colonial era of the late 1700s does not appear to have generated significant transport impacts.

Should we expect to ever achieve a sustainable transport system? Some commentators believe this is an unattainable goal. In the case of “sustainable development,” Glasby (2002) argues for a totally new paradigm since, in his view, the world is embarked on a course that is manifestly unsustainable. That may be so in the case of sustainable development, but that doesn’t mean that we can’t develop a transport system that is more sustainable than the one that currently exists. IMPLEMENTING SUSTAINABILITY IN THE TRANPORT PLANNING PROCESS It is reasonable to ask to what extent the various perspectives on transport sustainability have an impact on the manner in which new initiatives are implemented by different agencies as part of the planning process.

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