a note on the mobility needs in knowledge organisations
This article addresses the potential for reducing international work-related air travelling through the use of information and communication technologies such as videoconferences and e-learning in knowledge companies. It looks at the potential for reducing travel related to such things as meetings and teaching. In the absence of regulations, however, we do not find potential for reducing the number of trips of this type because they do not facilitate face-to-face contacts. Therefore the conclusion is, that policy and planning have to look for other options for pursuing ‘sustainable mobility' policies in the future.
Transportation Research. Part D: Transport and Environment, 2006, Vol 11, Issue 6, p. 459-463
Information and communication technologies; Work-related travel; Air transport; Mobility planning