The importance of commuter students in our future-focused transport strategy. 

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Kenyon, S. 2023. The importance of commuter students in our future-focused transport strategy. 
AuthorsKenyon, S.
TypeConference paper
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In this presentation, Dr Kenyon presented the case for including commuter students in the updated Transport Strategy for Transport for the South East.

KeywordsCommuter students; Transport; Social exclusion; Transport planning
Year2023
ConferenceTransport for the South East Universities User Group Quarterly Meeting, 27 April, 2023
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