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Metropolitan Mobility and Daily Activities Diversities and Constraints: The Grenoble Urban Area Case

Abstract : Inhabitants of metropolitan territories often have extensive daily living spaces in which they move around a lot to access their different activities. In a context where transition issues are at stake, initiatives encourage the reduction of individual mobility. In order to assess the potential of changing mobility practices, many analyses focus on understanding the modal shift’s brakes and levers (economic and psychological dimensions, infrastructure assessment). We propose to study the drivers of metropolitan inhabitants’ mobility by analysing the spatial and temporal organisation of their activities. Rooted in Time Geography, our approach consists in a statistical description of the variety of daily trajectories in the Grenoble metropolitan region before comparing it with a typology of living territories based on life qualities’ characteristics
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Kamila Tabaka, Sarah Duché, Aline Menin, Sonia Chardonnel. Metropolitan Mobility and Daily Activities Diversities and Constraints: The Grenoble Urban Area Case. CIST2020 - Population, temps, territoires, Collège international des sciences territoriales (CIST), Nov 2020, Paris-Aubervilliers, France. pp.578-583. ⟨hal-03114125⟩

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