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《Urban Development Studies》 2018-08
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The Study of Public Transport Job Accessibility of the Middle-Low-Wage Workers

WU Lingling;HUANG Zhengdong;JIANG Haiyan;CAI Yunnan;  
A refined Hansen-type framework is applied to a case study of public transport job accessibility of workers living in Guangzhou metropolis. The result provides a clear picture of job accessibility of Middle-Low-Wage workers commuting by public transport. First,Blue-collar workers living in the Accessibility Deficient Locations( ADLs) were less than Pink-collar workers living in ADLs. Blue-collar workers living in ADLs were located in the Non-Centre mostly. Pink-collar workers living in the Accessibility Rich Locations( ARLs) of the Centre were more than Blue-collar workers living in ARLs of the Non-Centre. Secondly,as the findings of the foreign big cities' public transport job accessibility of the Middle-Low-Wage workers,living in the Centre could make the Middle-LowWage workers of Guangzhou easier being rich job accessibility. The difference is Blue-collar workers being rich job accessibility who living in the ARLs of the Non-Centre were more than Blue-collar workers who living in the ARLs of the Centre.
【Fund】: 国家自然科学基金面上项目(41271396);; 住房城乡建设部科学技术计划与北京未来城市设计高精尖创新中心开放课题资助项目(UDC2017032412);; 广东高校省级重点平台和重大科研项目(2015GXJK028)
【CateGory Index】: F249.27;F512.7
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