Published in the April 2018 issue of the Journal of Transport Geography, Transportation barriers to Syrian newcomer participation and settlement in Durham Region reports on the effects of inaccessibility on Syrian refugees in Durham Region. The transport and social exclusion framework is applied to determine whether transport poverty leads to inaccessibility, and how this impacts participation in daily activities and the wellbeing of recently landed refugees.
6:30 pm Why Smart Cities are maybe so 20... @ George Ignatieff Theatre
Why Smart Cities are maybe so 20... @ George Ignatieff Theatre
Jan 8 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Abstract There has been significant policy interest in Smart Cities as a means of harnessing the power of new IT solutions, urban sensors and Big Data to provide services more efficiently. But Smart Cities are... Read more »
all-day Ontario Road Safety Forum – 5th ... @ Galbraith Building, Room 202
Ontario Road Safety Forum – 5th ... @ Galbraith Building, Room 202
Mar 27 all-day