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Blog Post By:
Jordan Aharoni, Ron Buliung, & Raktim Mitra,
Our co-director Dr. Raktim Mitra, and Jordan Aharoni, and Ron Buliung recently published a journal article on the differences in student reported transport mode share, and perceptions about commuting impacts on education, between students with and without mobility impairment(s). Here are some of the highlights
- Students with mobility impairment(s) reported greater use of modified vehicles and shared modes, particularly with other household members.
- Students with mobility impairment(s) were also more likely to report that commuting discourages them from coming to campus and limits their academic success.
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From the Journal Article: "University and College Travel for Students with Mobility Impairment(s) in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area, Canada" in Transport Findings - January 16, 2021