Robbins, D. K., Dickinson, J. E. and Calver, S.J., 2007. Planning Transport for Special Events: A Conceptual Framework and Future Agenda for Research. International Journal of Tourism Research, 9 (5), pp. 303-314.
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Facilitating successful access to special events is key to their success, yet a transport and events research agenda is still to emerge and transport is often peripheral to the tourism destination management literature. This paper uses a conceptual framework to analyse the transport implications of holding special events. The paper concludes with comment on where and when it is best to host events from a transport perspective and mechanisms to facilitate more sustainable travel choices to events within destination areas. The paper prepares the ground for further analysis and develops a future agenda for research.
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|Group:||School of Tourism > International Centre for Tourism and Hospitality Research|
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