Travel and Mobility
An understanding of commuting patterns and behaviors is necessary for identifying the antecedents and consequences of stress. In addition, coping behaviors, both individual and organizational, are to a large extent a function of the quantitative and qualitative features of the trip to work and back home. Governmental intervention for reducing some of the negative effects of commuting also requires an appreciation of the way people get to work, their preferences, and, in cases where warranted by societal needs, persuading individuals to change their behavior.
KeywordsCentral City Public Transport Public Transportation Traffic Congestion Travel Behavior
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