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Gay Men Living in 'Gayborhoods' Travel Shorter Distances Than the Average Person

City Lab, May 20

New research into how people travel between their work and home and generally has revealed that affinity groups such as gays travel in different patterns to the general population, due to their community ties. Gay who lived in gay neighbourhoods travel less than those who live out of them, as many of their community needs are met on their doorsteps. In fact, the authors suggest that these 'gaybourhoods' actually exist because they allow those within them to reduce the amount of travelling they need to do. Click the link below to read a more in-depth analysis of the report.

 


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