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Mobility: Rights, Obligations and Equity in an Ageing Society

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  • Ann Frye

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Demographic trends worldwide indicate significant increases in the number of older people in the population in the coming years. There is a close link between age and disability, and the longer people live the more likely they are to become disabled to some degree. Disability takes many forms: physical, sensory and cognitive and all potentially affect people’s ability to go out and about independently.

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  • Ann Frye, 2011. "Mobility: Rights, Obligations and Equity in an Ageing Society," International Transport Forum Discussion Papers 2011/5, OECD Publishing.
  • Handle: RePEc:oec:itfaab:2011/5-en
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