Closes today. My comments below – see also the detailed review of TfL’s plans here: I wanted to offer brief comments because this location seems to offer great scope for a step change in provision. I support the aims of the Junction Review Programme: some of the designs being developed … Continue reading
On Tuesday, I attended Mark Ames’ excellent and packed out Street Talk on Cycling Towards an Equal City. I learnt a lot from the talk itself and from the variety of contributions: I think it tells us something that the most popular Street Talks tend to be those dealing with … Continue reading
I have just responded to the CPS consultation on the draft guidance on charging offences arising from driving incidents. You can read my response here.
Cross-posted from Modelling on the Move In May and July I attended two modelling conferences: Modelling for Policy and (one day of) Modelling World. The former was an academic conference, organised by British Academy postdoctoral fellow Erika Mansnerus, and mainly (but not exclusively) focusing on health modelling in relation to … Continue reading
Just submitted my response to TfL’s Lambeth Bridge Northern Roundabout consultation – part of the junction review. Here is the pdf of my contribution, in case anyone’s interested. You can submit responses here.
The draft London-wide Road Safety Action Plan is still open for consultation (till 31st October). I would encourage all academics, advocates and practitioners to contribute. My own contribution (focusing on some cycling issues) can be seen here.
I’ve been working on revising a paper on bike storage, which (hopefully!) will appear in an academic journal. The paper uses ideas from practice theory to explore connections between the meanings of cycling, and the practicalities of cycling. In this vein, a recent book co-authored by key practice theory writer … Continue reading
The Modelling on the Move: towards sustainable transport systems? launch event will take place on 7th December at St. Anne’s College, Oxford. Speakers to include Professors David Banister and Mike Batty. More information here.
I’m looking forward to attending the Love London, Go Dutch conference this week. It’s hosted by the Dutch Embassy and supported by London Cycling Campaign, Royal HaskoningDHV, CycleNation, the Dutch Cycling Embassy and Transport for London.
On Wednesday 24th October I will be talking about Cycling, Culture, Place and Policy as part of the Scottish Government’s Climate Change seminar series.