This special issue addresses a number of research gaps in existing literature concerning the geographies of activity?travel behavior. We argue that places shape individuals' engagement in activities and trip making behavior, and in return users of different transport modes value and experience places differently. Furthermore, interactions between place and activity?travel behavior vary in different geographical, social and weather contexts. This introductory paper will develop these arguments and introduce the papers included in this special issue.
Scopus Subject Areas
- Geography, Planning and Development
- Environmental Science(all)