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Investigating the interactions of travel behaviour and wellbeing: a mixed-methods case study of Penarth and Cardiff, Wales

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Travel behaviour and wellbeing
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Transport systems are essential to trade, globalisation, communication and other forms of interaction between people and societies (Banister, 2013). Yet they can also have negative impacts including decreased quality of life or health impacts arising from pollutants, environmental damage including climate change and a range of wider socio-economic effects (Glanz et al., 1990). Given that most car journeys are short however (57% of UK trips are under five miles), there is particular potenti...

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SSD
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SOGE
Sub department:
Geography
Department:
Transport Studies Unit
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Transport Studies Unit
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Oxford Brookes University
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Transport Studies Unit
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University College London
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Type of award:
DPhil
Level of award:
Doctoral
Awarding institution:
University of Oxford
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2016-07-11

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