Transportation in the Places Where People Leave: Demographic Change and Transportation in the 21st Century, Vol 2. Advances in Transport Policy and Planning

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  • Book
  • 300 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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At heart, transportation policy and research are about people: connecting individuals and the places they live, ensuring sufficient and equitable access, and facilitating movement. Whether at the regional, city, or neighborhood scale, the loss of population presents unique challenges where transport is concerned. It is not only about preservation of existing access, but possibly even a question of increased need for connectivity and mobility. Demographic changes that accompany depopulation--aging for example-- also impact existing systems, preferences, and needs.

  • High quality and focused contributions on a complex and urgent topic
  • A clear focus on qualitative analyses and mixed method approaches
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1. Long-term Expressway Demand Trends Considering Japanese Demographic Changes J-D. Schmöcker 2. Air Transport Accessibility Changes in Growing and Declining American and European Communities Aisling Reynolds-Feighan 3. TBA E. Owen D. Waygood 4. TBA K. Geurs 5. Older Drivers in Rural Areas Bruce Newbold 6. Evaluating relative accessibility to retails in depopulation areas: the case study of the Maestrazgo (Spain) Julio A. Soria-lara 7. Changing travel patterns in regions with population decline Taede Tillema 8. Commuting Behavior and Local Population Loss: Means of Transportation to Work as an Indicator of Urban Decline Christopher Graziul 9. Change Versus Decline: Equity and the Suburbanization of Jobs in U.S. Shrinking Cities Joanna P. Ganning
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