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Commuting patterns in Romania: Case study on Cluj County

Benedek, József and Hărănguș, Iulia and Man, Titus (2017): Commuting patterns in Romania: Case study on Cluj County. Published in: Regional Statistics , Vol. 6, No. 2 (February 2017): pp. 39-53.


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The study examines the spatial and economic characteristics of commuting to work in one of the most dynamic areas of Romania, Cluj County. Based on the 2011 census data, the study reveals a strong connection between accessibility and commuting intensity, while the urban network determines the spatial orientation of the dominant commuting flows. However, we found no significant relation between dynamic economic performance and commuting intensity

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