Transport disadvantage and social exclusion in urban Scotland

This paper examines transport disadvantage and social exclusion in urban Scotland. The work provides an overview of the trends and transport patterns in deprived areas. It examines the impact of income and gender on journey time and lifestyle and demonstrates the differential effects of transport access on the ability to access goods and services. Policies that are being developed to tackle the effects of transport disadvantage are also examined.
Julian Hine
Alexandrine Press
Reference #:
doi: 10.2148/benv.
Date Published:
June 2004
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