Enabling sufficiency: towards an actionable concept of fairness in mobility and accessibility

By Philipp Rode, 14 March 2019

This working paper presents the outcome of activities that were conducted as part of the MyFairShare Task 2.1 “Towards an actionable concept of fairness in mobility and accessibility”. It introduces a rationale for focusing on and assigning budgets for transport-related carbon emissions, establishes the boundaries of a justice domain for mobility budgets, and touches on some initial aspects of the required information base and data requirements. Its main contribution is a conceptual framework for fairness in the context of mobility and accessibility. Finally, the paper also addresses one aspect of Task 2.5 “Development of context-specific pilots” by introducing a decision approach for defining the general approach for each of the MyFairShare Living Labs.

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