Cycling and Society: Journal of Transport Geography

In June the Journal of Transport Geography published a special section on Cycling and Society, which I edited. Many thanks to Karen Lucas who co-edited for JTG, to Tim Schwanen (the JTG Editor-in-Chief) and to all the peer reviewers and authors. I am sharing here a ‘green open access edition’ (i.e. open access to author versions) of as many as possible of the papers, accompanied by links to the publisher pdf, hoping that this helps the section reach a broader audience.

Rachel Aldred – Guest Editorial
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Kiron Chatterjee, Henrietta Sherwin, Juliet Jain – Triggers for changes in cycling: the role of life events and modifications to the external environment
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Rachel Aldred – Who are Londoners on Bikes and what do they want? Negotiating identity and issue definition in a ‘pop-up’ cycle campaign
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Adonia E. Lugo – CicLAvia and human infrastructure in Los Angeles: ethnographic experiments in equitable bike planning
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Tim Jones, Laura Novo de Azevedo – Economic, social and cultural transformation and the role of the bicycle in Brazil
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Anne Jensen – Controlling mobility, performing borderwork: cycle mobility in Copenhagen and the multiplication of boundaries
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Bernhard Snizek, Thomas Alexander Sick Nielsen, Hans Skov-Petersen – Mapping bicyclists’ experiences in Copenhagen
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Jan van Duppen, Bas Spierings – Retracing trajectories: the embodied experience of cycling, urban sensescapes and the commute between ‘neighbourhood’ and ‘city’ in Utrecht, NL
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