|Title||Potential impacts of teleworking on transport systems|
|Authors||White, P., Titheridge, H. and Moffat, D.|
Reports the proceedings of a meeting, hosted by the University of Westminster as part of the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport's (CILT) Transport Planning Forum programme, that included a presentation on the impact of teleworking on the UK's transport systems. Explains that the presentation drew on a range of information sources, including: data published in the annual reports from the National Travel Survey (NTS) in Britain; a study undertaken jointly by the University of Westminster, University College London, and Imperial College London, which examined organizational perceptions of teleworking, analysed NTS data, and evaluated some possible outcomes; and a study by David Moffat, which surveyed a sample of staff at the Department for Transport (DfT) in London and regional Government Offices (GOs) to identify their present extent of teleworking, and attitudes towards its wider use. Reveals that the trend toward greater teleworking is not dramatic, although growth is evident, both in full-time and part-week working at home.
|Journal||Logistics & Transport Focus|
|Journal citation||13 (11), pp. 26-29|
|Publisher||Institute of Logistics and Transport|