Transport Geographies: Mobilities, Flows and Spaces

February 28, 2008

A valuable edited collection covering an area of the subject that, while not the most fashionable historically, is of increasing interest to a multidisciplinary audience. The book offers a comprehensive, accessible and up-to-date guide to all areas of transport geography.

Who is it for? Primarily second and third-year undergraduates, but it is also of interest to postgraduates.

Presentation: The structure is issue-based and the approach of the authors predominantly qualitative. There is a wealth of student-friendly features and the collection is lavishly illustrated.

Would you recommend it? Yes. Transport geography should be on more undergraduate curriculums, and this is an excellent way into the topic.

Transport Geographies: Mobilities, Flows and Spaces

Editors: R. Knowles, J. Shaw and I. Docherty
Edition: First
Publisher: Blackwell
Pages: 293
Price: £19.99
ISBN 9781405153232

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