From automobility to cyle-ability – a subaltern path to flourishing?

Social scientists interested in mobility, and transport geographers with more social and cultural leanings, have been writing about “automobility” for more than a decade. Automobility – the dominance of personal car use in developed, and increasingly in developing countries – is varyingly understood as a self-perpetuating regime or a socio-technical system (Schwanen, in press). It… Continue reading From automobility to cyle-ability – a subaltern path to flourishing?