Introducing multitasking to the study of travel and ICT : examining its extent and assessing its potential importance

  title={Introducing multitasking to the study of travel and ICT : examining its extent and assessing its potential importance},
  author={Susan H Kenyon and Glenn Lyons},
Personal travel is undertaken principally as a means of access: to opportunities, services, social networks and other goods. The Internet now provides an additional form of access, enabling many activities to be reached without recourse to physical mobility by the individual undertaking the activity. However, the social and transport effects of this 'virtual mobility' are uncertain. Here, it is argued that the incidence and properties of multitasking are a necessary part of the assessment of… CONTINUE READING


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