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Géri Vélo séminaire du 2 juin 2015

Program

Setting the scene and drafting perspectives in the S4C network

(1) Opening the colloquium – a ‘general setting and purpose’ of the S4C network.

Bas de Geus, Vrije Universiteit Brussel - Faculteit LK, Dept. Human Physiology (MFYS), Brussels (B), ‘Scientists for Cycling’ network Advisory Board, Brussels

(2) All S4C news available – challenges, achievements, perspectives

Manfred Neun, ECF/WCA President and Chair of the ‘Scientists for Cycling’ network Advisory Board

Setting the scene – new publications in 2015 

(1) Cycling Futures – From Research Into Practice 

Regine Gerike (A) and John Parkin (UK)

(2) Cycling Cultures 

Peter Cox (UK) 

(3) A Global Roadmap to Active Transport: Advancing Cycling Worldwide through Sustainable Development Goals and Low Carbon Development Strategies

Lew Fulton, University of California, Davis, and Jacob Mason, ITDP

Relations between cycling and public transport

(1) The tumultuous history of public transport-bicycle relations

Frédéric HERAN, CLERSÉ, Université de Lille

(2) Study on tram and bicycle interactions

Thomas JOUANNOT, CEREMA/DTecTV

Health + behavioural aspects

(1) To Make Use of Health Benefits of Active Modes of Mobility

Bas de Geus, Vrije Universiteit Brussel - Faculteit LK, Dept. Human Physiology (MFYS), Brussels (B), ‘Scientists for Cycling’ network Advisory Board, Brussels

(2) Research on the socio and cognitive determinants of the behaviour of transport systems’ users, especially cyclists

Nadine CHAURAND (IFSTTAR)

(3) Typology of cyclist accidents

Alice BILLOT-GRASSET, IFSTTAR/TS2/UMRESTTE

New policies – Velo-city host cities as pathfinders

(1) News from cycling research in Asia: Public Bike Schemes are Pivotal

Jason Chang (Taiwan)

(2) Perspectives of cycling research in America and the Netherlands

Kevin Krizek (US)

[as speakers from Njimegen - NL/next Velo-city in 2017]

(3) News about the role of active mobility for resilient cities

The case of Vienna

Andrea Weninger (A)