CRESR

Addressing transport barriers to work in low income neighbourhoods

Project Director: Dr Richard Crisp
Project Duration 2017-2018

This research is looking at how transport acts as a barrier to work in low income neighbourhoods, particularly in more peripheral locations. It will use a mixture of mapping and resident interviews to examine employment options and propensity to commute. The findings will be used to develop policy and practice recommendations for overcoming transport-related barriers to work.

The project team also includes Dr Ed Ferrari and Alasdair Rae (University of Sheffield).

Project team

Principal Research Fellow, BA (Hons), PhD
Research Associate, BA (Hons), MA, PhD
Senior Research Fellow, BA, MSc, PhD
Research Fellow, BA (Hons), PhD
Principal Research Fellow, BA, MSc, MA, PhD

Client

Joseph Rowntree Foundation
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