Following a very local Street Talk last night, I am pleased to announce a series of four seminars in April, slightly further away, in Lund, Sweden (thanks to the Man in Seat 61 for great tips on European train travel). This is thanks to an Erasmus exchange. Let me know … Continue reading →
Evidence sessions for Get Britain Cycling (the All Party Parliamentary Cycling Inquiry), open next Wednesday, 23rd. Sessions will run each Wednesday morning from 10am for six weeks. I’ve been asked to give evidence to the opening session with Lynn Sloman; journalists – Peter Walker, Kaya Burgess, Jon Snow and Carlton … Continue reading →
The first London Cycling Research Group held its inaugural meeting last Friday. The group includes around 30 academics interested in researching cycling in London (from modellers to historians; engineers to medics, and so on…). Many were able to make it to Westminster on a cold Friday evening in early January … Continue reading →
You can now access the presentations (slides with audio) from Friday’s Modelling on the Move launch.
Cross-posted from Modelling on the Move Big thank you to all who participated in the Modelling on the Move launch on Friday. Material will be going up onto the series website this week and next week, and I will be emailing participants about this and about future events. In the … 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.