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New books about mobility and intermunicipal urban projects

How do couples manage the competing demands of work, family and personal life, and how does mobility fit into the equation? How do residents of Basel live their lives? How should authorities manage intermunicipal urban development projects?
Researchers at EPFL’s Urban Sociology Laboratory have been exploring these questions in three books, all published in 2019. «Proposition pour une rythmologie de la mobilité et des sociétés contemporaines» (Éditions Alphil-Presses), of Guillaume Drevon, «Frontières et mobilité au quotidien Modes de vie dans l’agglomération trinationale de Bâle» (Éditions Alphil-Presses), of Yann Dubois, and «Dépasser les bornes, Coordonner la planification dans la métropole fragmentée» (MétisPresses), of Marc Antoine Messer.