Increasing Travel and Consequences for Service Centres in Part of the Black Country

@inproceedings{Simpson2004IncreasingTA,
  title={Increasing Travel and Consequences for Service Centres in Part of the Black Country},
  author={Barry Simpson},
  year={2004}
}
The increase in travel in the UK over the past 50 years has not been accompanied by the solution of problems of accessibility. As travel has increased, attractive service centres have thrived while weaker ones have decayed. Because there are fewer service centres, fewer people are within walking distance of services than in the past, thus there are related problems of accessibility for those without a car. There have been benefits from increased travel and expanding catchment areas: larger… CONTINUE READING