Monthly Archives: September 2010

***** Postponement of Inaugural Free Public Transport Conference – Invitations to submit article to an edited collection *****

Apologies and Update It is with regret that I announce a postponement of the Inaugural Campaign for Free Public Transport conference, due to take place in Birmingham on Saturday the 16th of October. While the Campaign has seen some great … Continue reading

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Further Abstract: The Economic Benefits of Free Public Transport (Raphie de Santos)

“Most of the arguments for free public transport (FPT) focus on the environmental benefits and the enrichment of people’s lives by allowing them to travel no matter their financial situation. However, it brings many economic benefits to wider society. For … Continue reading

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Further Abstract – Dr Gideon Calder – Mobility, Social Exclusion and the Ethics of Transport

“Reports on social exclusion have highlighted that mobility – in the form of everyday access to transport – is unequally distributed, and the source of quite drastic inequalities.  It is intimately tied up with wider patterns of social exclusion.  And … Continue reading

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