Assessing the full scale of environmental impacts is essential for
effective planning of transport and land use. This is an analysis
of transport and land-use planning using strategic environmental
assessment (SEA). It establishes the effectiveness of SEA through
comparative studies of practice in three countries: Britain, the
Netherlands and Germany. The author shows that use of SEA is
widespread but far from systematic. He demonstrates the advantages
of adopting a systematic application of a comprehensive form of SEA
derived from all the major current approaches. Only once this
approach is fully understood and systematically applied will all
the full benefits be achieved and environmental impacts be
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