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Hoyle Lecture 2013: The place of Transport in Geography

Here are the slides of the 2013 Hoyle Lecture in transport geography, hosted by the Transport Geographies Research Group at the RGS-IBG annual conference.

This year’s lecture was by Andrew Goetz of the University of Denver, who has kindly provided slides and allowed us to record the entire talk. The lecture itself looked back over more than 50 years of Transport Geography, witnessing its growth from a small but influential sub-field to the more central role it plays today.

Being new to the Transport Geography, this is highly recommended viewing and contains references to many of the major works and ideas that have made the field what it is today, as well as setting out areas for future work.