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The transportation system is developed and managed by a wide range of governmental actors and agencies. As transportation crosses administrative boundaries there is a need for coordination of policies and actions between the local, regional, national, and international level. In Chaps. 2–4, the importance of coordinating (or better still, integrating) policy areas within any given level of government to promote sustainable development is identified. Further complexity is added when one considers that the transportation system is owned and operated by a mixture of public and private operators acting within a framework set by different levels of government. The challenge of steering and coordinating this complex system is referred to as governance.
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