A student-friendly, issues-based text providing an introduction to the key ideas, concepts and themes of transport geographies. It offers an empirically informed and theoretically robust narrative that highlights the important role of transport in economic, environmental, and urban geographies.
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This student-friendly text brings together a formidable range of expert insight to introduce the key ideas, concepts and themes of transport geography. Using an issues-based, qualitative approach, the text features a wide range of case-study material. It explores the relationship between transport geography and wider geographical concerns, as well as connections to other areas of study – economics, engineering, environmental studies, political science, psychology, spatial planning, sociology and transport studies.
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The book highlights the role of transport geography in globalization, and its interplay with economic, social and environmental geographies at a range of spatial scales. It reviews contemporary policy and the role transport geographers can play in policy debates. Both empirically informed and theoretically robust, this compelling text shows the significance of transport in terms of the needs and demands of future travel.About the Author:
Richard Knowles is Professor of Transport Geography at the University of Salford and a member of the Research Institute for the Built and Human Environment.
Jon Shaw is Reader in Human Geography and Director of the Centre for Sustainable Transport at the University of Plymouth.
Iain Docherty is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Management at the University of Glasgow and Chair of the Transport Geography Research Group of the Royal Geographical Society (with the Institute of British Geographers).
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