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The space we live in from day to day; that part of action space with which an individual interacts daily. There seems to be a hierarchy of activity spaces for most people, increasing in spatial extent: from family space, to neighbourhood, economic space, and then urban space. Newsome et al. (1998) Transport. 25, 4 present a model of urban activity space.

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