– Peripheral mobilities: Looking at dormant, delegitimized and forgotten transport regimes
– Political Imperatives in Transport. A long-term vision for the Decision Making process, 216-233
-Seeking a (new) ontology for transport history
“What is more important for the analysis of mobility poverty is that, for those familiar with these technologies, the burden of physical movement can
potentially be diminished and this familiarity may even alleviate some of the disadvantages that social groups experience while being mobile“.
Massimo Moraglio is academic coordinator of the MBA Sustainable Mobility at the Technische Universität Berlin. He is editor-in-chief of the Journal of Transport History. He has coedited the volumes Re-thinking Mobility Poverty (2020) and Peripheral Flows: A Historical Perspective on Mobilities between Cores and Fringes (2016).