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Ole B. Jensen

households, if one member changes his or her means of mobility, for example by deciding to ride a bicycle to work one day or to take the only car available another day, then the other household members must adjust to this choice’ ( Jensen, Sheller & Wind et al.2014 : 4). The transport paradigm of ‘predict and provide’ with its reliance on the ‘rational mobile individual’ as the pre-dominant ‘subject position’ is part of the problem of ‘not understanding urban mobilities’ ( Jensen 2015 : 480). J. Larsen, J. Urry & K. Axhausen et al.argue more firmly that transport

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Katarzyna Nikorowicz-Zatorska

, municipal waste disposal sites, composting yards, transport routes, airports, power lines and power plants, radiocommunication, radionavigation and radiolocation facilities, an area of limited use should be created’. Restrictions on the use of property are different for individual OOUs. However, in the area of the OOU it is forbidden to build new hospitals, nursing homes and buildings for permanent or temporary residence of children and youth. It’s forbidden to build single-family houses or to change a building’s functions. Newly designed buildings are required to have