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The Impacts of #ActiveTransport | Severo Ochoa Webinars (Session 1 – Part 2)



AIMS

Bring together the international research and practitioner community in transport impact assessment

Learn about readily available tools to assess transport impacts or components of it (e.g. transport demand models for active travel).

Learn about state-of-the-art methods for the evaluation of transport impacts.

Learn from practitioners and decision-makers what evidence and tools are useful to support investment in active travel

Establish an international transport impact assessment community

FIRST SESSION

3 June 2020
09.00 – 12.30h CEST (Central European Summer time)
Other time zones: 08.00-11.30h BST; 17.00 – 20.30h AEST; 19:00 – 20.30h NZST

PRESENTERS

Alex Macmillan, University of Otago | Mixed methods for achieving change in the community and in policy: Te Ara Mua Future Streets

Dhirendra Singh, RMIT University | Panacea or pain: Should my next transport system model be agent-based?

Joe Stordy, Transport for London | Measuring London’s progress towards Vision Zero

Emily Coldbeck, Infrastructure Victoria | Actively deciding and prioritizing: the challenges of planning and delivering active transport in Victoria

Bert van Wee, Delft University of Technology | How to assess the health impacts of active transport?

Audrey de Nazelle, Imperial College | Reducing air pollution: making the case for a systems approach

María José Rojo, Polis Network | Post-lockdown mobility planning. Reallocating space to promote active travel

Alexandre Santacreu, ITF/RPA | Preventing road deaths through mode shift: lessons from the ITF Safer City Streets network and micro mobility safety research

James Woodcock, University of Cambridge | Transport and health modelling next steps?

CHAIRS

Mark Nieuwenhuijsen, ISGlobal
Belen Zapata-Diomedi, RMIT UniversityThe webinar session will take place via Zoom