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The journey to work: a century of change

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Journal publication date09/1999
JournalNew Ideas in Psychology
Journal number3
Volume31
Number of pages12
Pages281-292
Original languageEnglish

Abstract

The paper uses original quantitative and qualitative evidence to examine changes in the distance travelled and time spent on the journey to work in twentieth-century Britain. Emphasis is placed on variations by gender and location, and on the implications of modal change. We suggest that analysis of past commuting trends may have implications for contemporary transport policy.