A controversy in France surrounding plans to build an airport at Notre-Dame-Des-Landes (Loire Region) underlines that transport infrastructure is an area where public and more private interests come into conflict.
In the age of virtual mobility, Gwenola Wagon and Stéphane Degoutin revisit Jules Verne’s journey. However, what world are we entering when we navigate amidst all this information and visual representation? Who has created all this and made it available to us?
This transport studies classic examines the contingent origins of the railway as a symbol of industrial life in Europe, highlighting the co-evolving relationship between the technology and the cultural, economic and spatial contexts in which it was invented and developed.
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Car sharing is the pooling of one or several vehicles, for various trips at different times. Three types of car sharing exist: commercial car sharing, peer-to-peer car sharing and “informal” sharing between individuals.