ATA's Rachel Aldred sat down with University of Brighton PhD researcher Matt C. Smith to discuss their investigation into trans and non-binary experiences in the urban spaces of Brighton and Hove. They have two specific research areas – analysing how trans features within planning policy in the city of Brighton and Hove and the experiences of trans and non-binary residents using creative mapping [...]
Since the introduction of emergency Low Traffic Neighbourhoods (LTNs) from March 2020, the Active Travel Academy (ATA) has been gathering data on LTNs in London. ATA is now making the latest version of the dataset available – it runs to November 2022 and includes both modal filters and LTN area maps. Read the blog to find out more and download the datasets.
Akwesi Osei, Transport Planner at Possible, discusses his recently published research into barriers to Black men cycling in London with Dulce Pedroso, long-distance cyclist and PhD researcher at the University of Westminster's Active Travel Academy. [...]
Issues of air pollution, climate breakdown, an inactivity epidemic, road injuries and deaths, and unequal access to transport are more urgent and relevant than ever. Does your research speak to these pressing policy problems? Active Travel Studies (ATS) welcomes submissions from those taking a critical approach to these themes.Very nearly in its third year, the ATS Journal is a flourishing forum [...]
CALL FOR PAPERS ACTIVE TRAVEL STUDIES Special issue - Electric Micromobility Futures Guest Editors Dr Tim Jones (Oxford Brookes University) Dr Kiron Chatterjee (University of the West of England, Bristol) Dr Ben Spencer (Oxford Brookes University) Overview Recent years have seen the growth of electrically assisted micromobility options or what we [...]