Facilitating Comfort in personal mobility – RGS-IBG session

Report by Angela Curl (Glasgow), RGS-IBG session description here.
This open session brought together a diverse range of transport related papers resulting in an engaging session which stimulated much debate.
Firstly, Brendan Doody gave an in depth account of his fieldwork with London commuters, highlighting strategies for ‘coping’ and drawing out the habitual nature of commuting. Filip Chvatal discussed some of the challenges in developing a measure of accessibility related to development in the Czech republic, using a variety of spatial scales. Anna Kenyon’s paper looked at inequalities in levels of walking in Scotland, related to measures of the built environment. Finally Kees Maat enlightened us with problems faced by Dutch commuters in finding a bike space at stations, and discussed some strategies for alleviating bicycle congestion.


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