Could harmonised working times spell an end to the rush hour?

Abstract : Efforts to coordinate working hours across urban territories have increased in recent years. By exploring the "desynchronisation" of journeys, these experiments aim to reduce congestion at peak times at the lowest possible cost. Field trials, while promising on paper, have been confronted with a complex and changing reality, marked by increasingly individualised daily schedules.
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Emmanuel Munch. Could harmonised working times spell an end to the rush hour?. Métropolitiques.eu, Métropolitiques, 2014, pp.5. ⟨hal-01071347⟩

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