Widening the Definition of Environment for Responsible Urban Commuters
Few technologies are problems in themselves. Problems are generated by the interactions between social contexts and technologies. The car, used for urban driveronly commuting has become a serious problem. A comprehensive exploration of the car's biophysical contexts is accompanied by an examination of the social frameworks used to justify its inappropriate use for mass commuting. Socio-economic structures such as ownership are identified as problematic and a public transport levy in place of ticketing, as beneficial. Bike-rail is proposed as the appropriate commuting mode.
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