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This paper develops a conceptual framework for understanding the ways in which space-adjusting technologies relate to socio-economic patterns and processes, and it then explores some of the challenges that such a conceptualization poses for transportation research and planning. Special attention is given to a review of recent research on the integration of information and communication technologies within the transportation sector, concentrating on (1) the need to understand the underlying space-time dynamics of changes in mobility behaviour; (2) the role of information and communication technology adoptions in the structural transformation of cities and urban systems; and (3) the use of intelligent transport systems in facilitating efficient and sustainable mobility. © 2004 Taylor & Francis Ltd.
Author(s): Janelle D, Gillespie AE
Publication type: Article
Publication status: Published
Journal: Transport Reviews
ISSN (print): 0144-1647
ISSN (electronic): 1464-5327
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