TOWARDS A HUMANISTIC APPROACH TO INCLUSIVE PUBLIC TRANSPORT: A CRITICAL CASE STUDY OF DURBAN, SOUTH AFRICA

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Y Luckan

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This paper argues that the core of the problem hinges on exclusive thinking and practice within disciplinary silos, disconnected from the multi-layered, subjective experience of urban place through movement in space and time. The problem was traced back to the conceptual approaches to urban mobility.

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