Sustainable Mobility: Concerns from Practice

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Abstract

This paper combines strands of mobilities theory and planning theory, and develops a qualitative approach to look across emerging planning practices. By actively following 8 Danish urban and transport planners, over the course of 2 years, we learn how their practices have changed, inspired by mobility management, a concept aiming to reduce carbon emissions from transportation in western societies. The article focuses on how municipal planners formulate the role of mobility management activities organized around private companies, and how their practices are connected to wider ideas on planning.
This paper combines strands of mobilities theory and planning theory, and develops a qualitative approach to look across emerging planning practices. By actively following 8 Danish urban and transport planners, over the course of 2 years, we learn how their practices have changed, inspired by mobility management, a concept aiming to reduce carbon emissions from transportation in western societies. The article focuses on how municipal planners formulate the role of mobility management activities organized around private companies, and how their practices are connected to wider ideas on planning.

Conference

ConferencePan American Mobilities Conference
CountryCanada
CityMontreal
Period08/05/201311/05/2013
OtherPan American Mobilities Conference
Internet address

Keywords

  • Mobility
  • Sustainability
  • Institutional Change
  • Phronetic Social Science

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Kjærulff, A. A. (2013). Sustainable Mobility: Concerns from Practice. Paper presented at Pan American Mobilities Conference, Montreal, Canada.
Kjærulff, Aslak Aamot. / Sustainable Mobility : Concerns from Practice. Paper presented at Pan American Mobilities Conference, Montreal, Canada.16 p.
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2013. Paper presented at Pan American Mobilities Conference, Montreal, Canada.

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Kjærulff AA. Sustainable Mobility: Concerns from Practice. 2013. Paper presented at Pan American Mobilities Conference, Montreal, Canada.