Just mobility, transport and urban infrastructures

Disabled infrastructure: an urban photo essay

In 1968, the French philosopher and sociologist Henri Lefebvre published his book The right to the city (Lefebvre, 2009). From the original idea of the book — that cities are for people, building collective life and not for capitalist transactions where city life is commodified and citizens mere consumers — the concept of “the right […]

Transportation justice and the limits to the right to mobility in Clayton County’s transit struggles

Introduction In recent years, transportation geographers and scholars from cognate disciplines have devoted significant attention to the idea of a “right to mobility.” This broad notion is commonly defined as the right of individuals to be able to access transportation options which make possible a certain, basic level of mobility (Coggin and Pieterse, 2015; Kohn, […]

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