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The importance of commuting especially between large urban centers has become a major topic as a growing number of people cover increasing distances to reach their workplaces. Based on this approach, the article looks into commuting between the cities of Cologne and Bonn. Social ties to these centers were identified as a main cause for commuting. 20 interviews were analyzed to set up five social types of commuters who have very different perceptions of their daily commute.
Articles | Volume 73, issue 1
Geogr. Helv., 73, 115–126, 2018
https://doi.org/10.5194/gh-73-115-2018
Geogr. Helv., 73, 115–126, 2018
https://doi.org/10.5194/gh-73-115-2018

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Pendeln zwischen zwei Oberzentren – von verlorener bis geschenkter Zeit

Martina Roggendorf and Claus-C. Wiegandt

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The importance of commuting especially between large urban centers has become a major topic as a growing number of people cover increasing distances to reach their workplaces. Based on this approach, the article looks into commuting between the cities of Cologne and Bonn. Social ties to these centers were identified as a main cause for commuting. 20 interviews were analyzed to set up five social types of commuters who have very different perceptions of their daily commute.
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