1 Travel Time Use in the Information Age

  title={1 Travel Time Use in the Information Age},
  author={Glenn Lyons},
This paper, focused primarily on UK data and debates, considers the potential significance of travel time use within past, present and future patterns of mobility. In transport scheme appraisal, savings in travel time typically represent a substantial proportion of the benefits of a scheme – benefits used to justify its often enormous financial costs. Such benefits are founded on the assumption that travel time is unproductive, wasted time in-between ‘real’ activities and which should be… CONTINUE READING
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