Seminars with Till Koglin on cycling in Sweden & Denmark

Me speaking in Lund

Me speaking in Lund

Following my Erasmus visit to Lund, Sweden, Till Koglin from Lund University will be coming to London to give two seminars based on his research on cycling in Sweden and Denmark. Both are free and open to the public (but you need to register in advance) and both will be held at 6pm at Westminster University’s Marylebone Campus, which is opposite Madame Tussauds, near Baker Street tube.


Cycling, planning and space (Tuesday 28th May):
This seminar will discuss cycling in relation to urban and transport planning and how urban space is related to the marginalisation of cyclists and produced by politics of planning for motorised traffic, with examples from Malm̦ and Stockholm in Sweden. This seminar is part of the LCC Policy Forum seminar series Рbook via the website.

Comparing cycling experiences in Stockholm and Copenhagen (Thursday 30th May):
This seminar will discuss how cyclists, in general, view their situation in two Scandinavian cities, Stockholm in Sweden and Copenhagen in Denmark. The empirical data for the discussion comes from two survey studies in the two case cities, where Copenhagen is known as a good city for cyclists with a high share of cycling in the modal split and Stockholm, which has a very low share of cycling in the modal split, is not. This event is organised as part of the London Cycling Research Group seminar series, please email me to attend.

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