Policy Note: Feeder road development: Addressing the inequalities in mobility and accessibility

It is generally expected that road developments will reduce the inequalities associated with spatial isolation. Feeder road infrastructures undoubtedly bring a range of benefits—including non-economic benefits such as access to health care and education—but the benefits might be distinctly distributed among a rural community. This could lead to subtle effects that may worsen rather than reduce social inequities. Read the Policy Note Policy brief roads and inequality final

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Last modified: November 2, 2016