Cycling and transport modelling

Cross-posted from my personal website.

This linked series of posts represents an initial attempt to think through a few ideas discussed at the second Modelling on the Move seminar on 15th February.

The topic was ‘Public Health Perspectives and Transport Modelling’, and different themes ran through the day, one being the perceived failure of transport modelling to deal adequately with walking and cycling, by comparison to car and public transport trips. Here I just focus on cycling, and from my own perspective. I’d like to thank Helen Bowkett, Tim Gent and John Parkin for helpful comments; of course these posts are solely my responsibility.

Go to Part 1: Where is Cycling in Transport Modelling?

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