Browse by Subject "airports"
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(2008)As with many environmental issues, conflicts over airport noise are often grounded in the different experiences and knowledges of those who measure it and those who suffer its effects. The ways that airport neighbors ...
(Steven Ooi, KHL Printing Co Pte Ltd MICA, Singapore, 2006-05)Public restrooms are a subtle form of gender discrimination, but promising solutions include potty parity laws, revised building codes, exemplary facilities with women-friendly and child-friendly features, family-friendly ...
The role of major infrastructure in subregional economic development: An empirical study of airports and cities (2014)The link between airports, air service, and regional economic development has been well-established and used to justify airport expansion at the expense of local communities because of subsequent region-wide benefits. ...
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Spoke airports, intentional and unintentional ground travel, and the air travel decision-making process (2014)For air travelers originating from the spokes of the US hub-and-spoke air network, price, flight frequency, and aircraft type are all known factors in their travel decision-making process. Less well known, however, is the ...
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When runways move but people don't: the O'Hare Modernization Program and the relative immobilities of air travel (2013)This paper draws on Urry’s four interconnected senses of mobility to argue that the O’Hare Modernization Project, carefully framed as moving runways rather than expanding O’Hare International Airport, has differentially ...