After a summer tour of London’s commuter belt, then a slot in Aalto, Finland (involving an epic train and ferry journey), I’m speaking at a few more events this Autumn. Confirmed so far include (there’ll be two or three more, I expect, to add):
7th September: presenting the headline findings of the Near Miss Project to an audience of 50 invited stakeholders, which I’ve been organising
14th September: presenting the results of a systematic review of how gender and age affect cycle infrastructure preferences at the Cycling and Society Symposium in Manchester.
15th September: one plenary speech and one presentation on different aspects of cycling and equality at the London Cycling Show
23rd September: I ask the Transport Economists Group to consider whether transport appraisal is failing cycling
16th October: presenting the findings of the Near Miss Project at Oxford to OUP staff, academics and students
2nd November: presenting the findings of the Near Miss Project, including a focus on implications for equity, at Bristol City Council
5th November: presenting on ‘building for cycling diversity’ at the Welsh Active Travel Conference
12th November: speaking to the Portsmouth Cycle Forum
14th November: speaking at the Academia and Advocacy conference at Northumbria University
25th November: speaking at a seminar on Cycling, Women and the Media at University of the Arts, London
9th December: speaking about the Near Miss Project at Leeds University, and – with Robin Lovelace – about the Propensity to Cycle Tool.