No Way to Go: Transport and Social Disadvantage in by Graham Currie, Janet Stanley, John Stanley

By Graham Currie, Janet Stanley, John Stanley

City sprawl and sparse dwelling are pervasive in Australia. regardless of excessive degrees of vehicle possession, many Australians wouldn't have entry to a personal vehicle for his or her commute wishes. those humans, frequently from marginalised teams in society equivalent to adolescents, these on low earning, older humans, indigenous Australians and people with disabilities, face problems getting access to prone, amenities and actions. What are the non-public and social charges of loss of entry to move on person and neighborhood overall healthiness? How, and to what volume, do bad delivery concepts give a contribution to drawback? No solution to move is an edited selection of papers that debate the hyperlinks among shipping drawback and social exclusion in Australia. The booklet starts off by way of exploring the worldwide context for the Australian event, with a chain of papers from overseas participants. within the moment part, case reports in keeping with fresh empirical examine research the placement from the views of alternative marginalised teams in Australian society. The ebook concludes by means of interpreting the consequences for Australian social and shipping coverage.

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