To understand the complex meanings of mobility and to engage in transport planning and management processes, a variety of disciplines, skills, and tools are potentially useful. Universities have a limited amount of time and resources to train future professionals though. This poses
a problem: where should the teaching priorities be? By means of a web-survey, this study has asked academics based at a number of universities what the disciplines, skills, and tools that — according to their personal viewpoints — are the most relevant for practitioners in the
mobility and transport sector. The respondents generally support curricula that facilitate a holistic, non-specialised, understanding of mobility and transport issues.
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Document Type: Research Article
Institute for Transport Studies, University of Leeds, Leeds, UK
Amsterdam Institute for Social Science Research, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
September 1, 2013
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