Equity, Social Justice, and Sustainable Urban Transportation in the Twenty-First Century

  title={Equity, Social Justice, and Sustainable Urban Transportation in the Twenty-First Century},
  author={J. Mercier},
  journal={Administrative Theory & Praxis},
  pages={145 - 163}
  • J. Mercier
  • Published 2009
  • Political Science
  • Administrative Theory & Praxis
  • As an ever-increasing proportion of the world population lives in urban areas, one of the most important equity and social justice challenges governments and public administrations face is urban land-use and transportation issues. Within the context of this challenge, social justice, land use, transportation, health, and environmental dimensions are presented here as "a bundle of tangled elements sensitive to design." The types of interdependence between these different dimensions are then… CONTINUE READING
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