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Walking & Cycling


Urban areas require well-connected multimodal transport systems for smart and clean mobility and growth. Many cities and regions areas are committed to meeting sustainable transport targets, including for air quality emissions and increased use of sustainable transport modes. Uptake cycling and walking can play a key role in meeting these targets, with large co-benefits for citizen physical activity levels and health.

One of our research focus is understanding how people of all ages change behaviors towards an active mobility.

Planning of the infrastructure needed to change mobility patterns requires high quality evidence. Data and models are needed to ensure cost-effective investment, enabling new infrastructure to be planned where it is most needed.

Behaviour change towards walking and cycling,
at all ages

Data acquisition and profiling of pedestrians and cyclists

Benefits from changing mobility patterns


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