Diversifying and normalising cycling in London, UK: An exploratory study on the influence of infrastructure

I have a new paper out in the Journal of Transport and Health, co-authored with John Dales of Urban Movement and available here: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2214140516303978 You can also download a freely available author version here (pretty much all there, bar the formatting). Diversifying and normalising cycling in London, UK: An exploratory … Continue reading

We’ve slowed down traffic in residential streets – now let’s reduce it

Article published in Local Transport Today, 5th February Physics tells us that faster-moving motor vehicles pose more risk to pedestrians and cyclists. This is backed up by research from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine showing that London’s 20mph zones succeed in reducing casualties. And across the country … Continue reading

The Great Big Academic Round-up

A summary of some recent cycling research, written for the Cycling Embassy of Great Britain’s weekly blog round-up, cross-posted from http://www.cycling-embassy.org.uk/blog/2015/08/30/the-great-big-academic-roundup This is a guest academic-themed post which may look a little different from the usual roundup, because I’m linking to academic papers rather than blogs. I’m focusing on peer-reviewed … Continue reading