Part 2: Time, Money, and Routes

Back to Part 1: Where is Cycling in Transport Modelling According to traditional ‘four step’ transport modelling (area-based modelling, which identifies ‘trip attractors’ such as workplaces, quantifies and distributes trips to those ‘attractors’, assigning them to modes, and working out routing), choice of mode (and route) is based around the … Continue reading

New article: what struggles over bike storage tell us about the marginalisation of cycling

I’ve just had the good news that an article on bike storage that I co-wrote with Kat Jungnickel has been accepted by Social and Cultural Geography. Unfortunately, the publisher, Taylor and Francis, don’t allow me to share the article online until 18 months after it’s published. (I could share our … Continue reading