How is commuting changing us?

Our daily commute is transforming our relationships, how we work and what we want from our cities

Steve Grimwade

Published 13 September 2018

Episode 37

In his new book, Transit Life published by MIT Press, Associate Professor David Bissell encourages us to think about how we use our daily commute, and it is shaping our relationships, how we work and how we build our cities.

Episode recorded: August 21, 2018

Interviewer: Steve Grimwade

Producers: Dr Andi Horvath, Chris Hatzis and Silvi Vann-Wall

Audio engineer and editor: Chris Hatzis

Banner image: Shutterstock

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