WHICH OPTION OF SUSTAINABLE MOBILITY SHOULD BE CHOSEN? – AHP METHOD APPLICATION FOR SUSTAINABLE DECISION MAKING IN TRANSPORT
Sustainable development has become one of the most influential concepts worldwide, so it affects also decisions made on transport. As a result, a sustainable mobility concept was developed. In authors opinion there are many options that promote sustainable mobility, however there is lack of support for those decisions. The main objective of the paper was to present a selection’s method of a transport option promoted as sustainable mobility option, available in Poland. In order to achieve the specified goal, the Analytic Hierarchy Process was used. There were determined criteria considered as important aspects of sustainable mobility in order to present the best option in polish conditions. The method may be verified in other countries.
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