Investigación, Planificación urbana, medio ambiente y salud

Severo Ochoa Webinars - The Impacts of Active Transport: a Multi-Disciplinary Research and Practice Field

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Fecha
03/06/2020
Hora
First session: 9 h.-12.30 h. Second session: 17 h.- 20.30 h. (CEST time)
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Ponentes
Chairs: Mark Nieuwenhuijsen (ISGlobal), Belen Zapata-Diomedi (RMIT University), Haneen Khreis (Texas A&M University), James Woodcock (University of Cambridge)

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.

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Second session

  • 3 June 2020
  • 17.00 – 20.30h CEST (Central European Summer Time)
  • Other time zones: 16.00 – 19.30h BST; 08.00 – 11.30h PDT

Presenters:

  • Rolf Moeckel, Technical University of Munich | Modeling Travel Behavior and Health Impacts
  • Susan Handy, University of California, Davis | Evaluating the benefits of bicycle and pedestrian projects in California.
  • Kelly Clifton, Portland State University | Representing Pedestrians in Travel Demand Models: Opportunities & Challenges
  • Neil Maizlish, Centre for Climate Change and Health | Advances in ITHIM Practice and Research, United States
  • Thomas Götschi, University of Oregon | HEAT Global: Adapting WHO's Health Economic Assessment Tool for walking and cycling (HEAT) for a global audience
  • Rachel Aldred, University of Westminster | The Propensity to Cycle Tool: methods for modelling cycling potential for research and policy
  • Stefan Gössling, Lund University | Why cost-benefit analyses could (and should) inspire transport policies
  • Verónica Sánchez, Barcelona City Council | A new model of sustainable mobility: can public space change the way we move?

Chairs:

  • Haneen Khreis, Texas A&M University
  • James Woodcock, University of Cambridge

The webinar session will take place via Zoom.
Please register through the button below
(
remember that you need to register specifically for each seminar)

 

Do you want to ask the speakers a question?
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