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Transport visions network - Report 1 - Society and lifestyles

Lyons, Glenn; Chatterjee, Kiron; Marsden, Greg; Beecroft, Mark

Authors

Greg Marsden G.R.Marsden@its.leeds.ac.uk

Mark Beecroft m.beecroft@ABDN.AC.UK



Abstract

This is the first in a series of reports to be produced by the Transport Visions Network. The Network is a novel venture to project the views of young professionals into the debate concerning the future of transport and its role in society. It is comprised of individuals who are aged 35 or under from universities, consultancies and public authorities both in the UK and overseas.

Travel is a derived demand. In this report, a scenario planning approach is taken to examine future possibilities for society and lifestyle. Three pairs of scenarios are developed and described: (i) community oriented society versus individual oriented society; (ii) free-marked oriented society versus government interventionist society; and (iii) workplace to the workers versus workers to the workplace.

Citation

Lyons, G., Chatterjee, K., Marsden, G., & Beecroft, M. (2000). Transport visions network - Report 1 - Society and lifestyles

Report Type Project Report
Publication Date Jan 1, 2000
Peer Reviewed Peer Reviewed
ISBN 1-899650-25-3
Keywords scenario planning, futures, travel demand, society
Additional Information Additional Information : The Transport Visions Network was a project undertaken by the University of Southampton's Transportation Research Group

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