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Fri frakt inom Sverige för privatpersoner.With social inequity in urban spaces becoming an increasing concern in our modern world, A Companion to Transport, Space and Equity explores the relationships between transport and social equity. Transport systems and infrastructure investment can lead to inequitable travel behaviours, with certain socio-demographic groups using particular parts of the transport system and accessing particular activities and opportunities. Employing international case studies to scrutinise the spatial and social equity impacts of transport systems and infrastructure, the contributors bring together wide-ranging empirical research to fill in the lacunae on social equity. This nuanced and comprehensive Companion examines transport investments, and related changes in accessibility, urban form and development, house prices and gentrification to better understand the complex relationships between transport and social equity. Drawing together competing perspectives, this book highlights the range and dimensions of the debate, the complexity and tensions, and the progression of the argument over time. Provocative and comprehensive, this book will serve as an impressive guide for undergraduate and graduate students, as well as offering a detailed reference point for researchers and academics working on urban social equity. Consultants and policy makers overseeing transport infrastructure, city planning and wider public policy will also benefit from this book's rigorous empirical approach to transport impacts.
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'This unique and comprehensive volume provides a much-needed lens into multiple dimensions of transport equity across the life cycle, genders, modes, and indeed, the entire globe. By drawing from a diverse collection of cases, this collection advances our understanding of equitable transport, with relevant implications for theory and practice alike.' -- - Karen Chapple, University of California, Berkeley, US 'This impressive collection by international authorities brings together aspects of equity issues in transport, space and society. Its strength is that it includes not just conceptual issues but puts these firmly in the context of case studies drawn from all over the world and countries at differing stages of development.' -- Roger Vickerman, University of Kent, UK
Edited by Robin Hickman, Beatriz Mella Lira, Bartlett School of Planning, University College London, UK, Moshe Givoni, Transport Research Unit, Department of Geography and the Human Environment, Tel-Aviv University, Israel and Karst Geurs, Centre for Transport Studies, University of Twente, the Netherlands
Contents: PART I: Introduction 1. Transport and space and social equity impacts Robin Hickman, Beatriz Mella Lira, Moshe Givoni and Karst Geurs PART II: Transport and Spatial Impacts 2. Understanding the relationship between changes in accessibility to jobs, income and unemployment in Toronto. Robbin Deboosere, Genevieve Boisjoly and Ahmed El-Geneidy 3. Reducing social spatial inequity with public transport in Melbourne, Australia Jan Scheurer and Carey Curtis 4. Exploring the travel mode choice of rail transit with geographically weighted regression: Evidence from Chongqing Lixun Liu 5. Considering the impacts of HSR on China's East Coast Region Qiyan Wu, Anthony Perl, Jingwei Sun, Taotao Deng and Haoyu Hu 6. Automobile peripheries: travel to school in suburban London through the lens of social practice Emilia Smeds 7. The impact of transport connectivity on housing prices Imogen Thompson PART III: Transport and Social Equity Impacts 8. Equity aspects of transportation in a multi-network world: a societal perspective Eran Feitelson 9. Urban public transport investment and socio-spatial development: the case of the Copenhagen Metro Kristian Bothe and Christine Benna Skytt-Larsen 10. Assessing transport equity or healthcare in Metro Manila Neil Stephen Lopez and Jose Bienvenido Manuel Biona 11. Working women and unequal mobilities in the urban periphery Eda Beyazit and Ceyda Sungur 12. Planning transport to meet the needs of children and young people Janet Stanley, John Stanley and Brendan Gleeson 13. Social assessment of transport projects in Global South cities using community perceptions of needs Karen Lucas, Nihan Akyelken and Janet Stanley PART IV: Emerging Approaches to Socio-Spatial Equity Analysis 14. Reasonable travel time - the traveller's perspective David Banister, Yannick Cornet, Moshe Givoni and Glenn Lyons 15. Using different approaches to evaluate individual social equity in transport Mengqiu Cao, Yongping Zhang, Yuerong Zhang, Shengxiao Li and Robin Hickman 16. Why the Capability Approach can offer an alternative to transport project assessment, Beatriz Mella Lira 17. Assessing utility, feasibility and equity with competence-based multi criteria analysis Geert te Boveldt, Imre Keseru and Cathy Macharis 18. Using behavioural economics to inform more effective planning and delivery of cycling projects Matt Higgins 19. Operationalising motility for transport policy Rebecca Shliselberg and Moshe Givoni 20. Exploring the links between mobility capital and human flourishing in Buenos Aires Florencia Rodriguez Touron PART V: CONCLUSIONS 21. What next? Reflections for research and practice Karst Geurs, Moshe Givoni, Beatriz Mella Lira and Robin Hickman Index