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Deep-Fried Hillman Imp: Scotland's Transport

This short book argues that transport in Scotland is deep-fried unhealthy and is time-warped in the age of the car. Failure to address the issue has social, economic and ecological costs.

Yet there are solutions - and they are being applied elsewhere. Professor Harvie argues that developed rail, light rail and tramways are the progressive way for the future. But they require public awareness and popular pressure to be taken forward.

"It offers a vision of a first-class public rail network that really is well within our reach, if only we had the political will." Tommy Sheridan

"...should be compulsory reading for all MSPs." Scots Independent

"A refreshingly different view of Scotland's transport problems." The Scots Magazine

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