In case you missed this Call for Maps (not a call for papers – this is a practical workshop!), please see below. It’s for a workshop organised by Transport Geography Research Group webmaster Robin Lovelace on GIS for Transport applications. More below and on the workshop page of the GISRUK conference.
After some negotiation with Elsevier, the TGRG are pleased to announce that we will be making some content from the the Journal of Transport Geography (JTG) available via our website. This, along with the publisher’s liberal attitude towards preprints, means that more transport geography writing than ever before will be accessible to the public, most of whom will lack institutional access to academic content. So, to kick things off, below we treat you to two interesting and timely reviews, from Volume35: the visually appealing City Cycling (Pucher and Buehler, 2014) and the in depth Economics and Politics of High-Speed Rail (Albalate and Bel, 2013) both available through Science Direct.