CILT Module DIP12 Transport and Society

OVERVIEWThis unit addresses the issues surrounding transport and its relationship with society. It reviews the impact of demography, politics and environmental factors on the development of transport for both passenger and freight. A further key element is the effect of residential choices and employment patterns on transport needs.
DURATION6 x 3 hours
DELIVERYVirtual workshop
Work-based activities, including presentations, group work and case studies
  • Know how to gather and interpret demographic statistics.
  • Understand the interaction between the development of transport and the development of society.
  • Understand the current environmental issues relating to transport and transport use.
  • Understand current government policies on the environmental effects of transport and the response of transport organisations.
  • Understand the different political theories applied to transport.
  • Understand the impact of the political power-base on transport policy in a given country.
  • Understand the relationship between land-use planning and transport.
  • Know the impact of transport on changing patterns in the demand for leisure.
  • Understand the effects of rural and urban dwelling patterns on the provision of passenger and freight transport.

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