GIAN-JNIAS-CSRD organises a lecture by Ajay Agarwal on Emerging Mobility Patterns of the Millennials in North America
GAIN-JNIAS-CSRD LECTURE ON
Emerging Mobility Patterns of the Millennials in North America
JNIAS Conference Hall
February 13, 2018 | 3:00-5:00 pm
ABSTRACT :After several decades of persistent reliance on a personal automobile for meeting daily travel needs, there is some hope that car dependence in North America may shrink in the future. This is in part due to the present mobility patterns of the millennials, also known as Generation Y. In the lecture, the speaker will examine emerging travel behaviour of the millennials, and its policy implications.
SPEAKER Ajay Agarwal, Ph.D. | Associate Professor, Queen's University, Canada
Dr. Agarwal is a professor of urban planning and a transportation scholar. He has researched and published on a variety of urban transportation issues in the United States and Canada. Dr. Agarwal is visiting JNU as a recipient of GIAN fellowship in collaboration with Dr. S.K. Acharya, Professor, Centre for the Study of Regional Development at JNU.