Environmental Justice, Social Factors, and Gender-Related Issues in Transportation 2012
TRB’s Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, No. 2320 contains 13 papers concerned with environmental justice, social factors and gender-related issues in transportation including the impact of environmental justice on transportation; spatial analysis of income disparities in pedestrian safety; activity-based travel models and transportation equity analyses; automobile ownership and travel by the poor; and poverty, employment, earnings, job search, and commuting behavior of persons with disabilities and African-Americans.
This issue of the TRR also contains papers about identification of mobility-impaired persons and their travel behavior; neighborhood crime influence on mode choice; decomposing young Germans' altered car use patterns; heterogeneity in correlates of motorized and nonmotorized travel; gender differences in response to policies targeting commutes to an automobile-restricted central business district; attracting students to transportation engineering careers; service needs of pregnant air passengers; and environmental justice in transportation decision making with structured public involvement.
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