en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sustainable_transport

Sustainable transport refers to the broad subject of transport that is sustainable in the senses of social, environmental .... We recognise that we cannot simply build our way out of the problems we face. It would be environmentally irresponsible ...

www.sutp.org/en/resources/publications-by-topic/social-issues-in-transport.html

Social Issues in Transport. Sustainability has three main pillars: economy, environment and society. A transportation system that is sustainable must address all ...

famvin.org/en/2018/04/22/transportation-as-a-social-issue

Apr 22, 2018 ... As demographic shifts increase and change due to immigration patterns – both internal and external – transportation becomes a social issue.

transportgeography.org/?page_id=5264

Access and services are not uniform. While many of the social and economic impacts of transportation are positive, there are also significant societal challenges.

www.huffingtonpost.com/molly-secours/cant-get-there-think-publ_b_782280.html

Nov 11, 2010 ... Yesterday after circling back to my house three times in a row on my way to a meeting because of a faulty memory, it occurred to me what a ...

transportgeography.org/?page_id=4621

The most important transport challenges are often related to urban areas and take ... However, long commuting is linked with several social problems, such as  ...

onlinepubs.trb.org/onlinepubs/millennium/00100.pdf

The economic and social impacts of transportation projects, policies, and trends; ... These are just a few of the issues that deserve attention because they involve ...

onlinepubs.trb.org/onlinepubs/general/criticalissues13.pdf

and social goals, transportation exerts large- scale, unsustainable impacts on energy, the environment, and climate. • Inadequate funding sources for public infra ...

www.citylab.com/transportation/2014/06/why-public-transit-is-not-living-up-to-its-social-contract/373368

Jun 26, 2014 ... The public takeover of mass transit happened on the heels of widespread acknowledgement that many inner-city social problems were ...