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The commuting and wellbeing study: Understanding the impact of commuting on people’s lives

Chatterjee, Kiron; Clark, B; Martin, A; Davis, A

Authors

Ben Clark Ben4.Clark@uwe.ac.uk
Senior Lecturer in Transport Planning and Engineering

A Martin

Adrian Davis Adrian.Davis@uwe.ac.uk
SRF Behaviour Chge and Transitional Res



Abstract

Subjective wellbeing is about how well people consider their lives are going and is potentially affected by routines of daily life such as commuting. Clear evidence has not been available on the impacts of commuting on subjective wellbeing. This report contains a summary of findings from a study that rigorously assessed how commuting impacts upon the lives of a large, representative sample of workers in England from the Understanding Society longitudinal study

Report Type Project Report
Peer Reviewed Not Peer Reviewed
APA6 Citation Chatterjee, K., Clark, B., Martin, A., & Davis, A. The commuting and wellbeing study: Understanding the impact of commuting on people’s lives
Keywords transport, commuting, wellbeing

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