Linking Leeds with DfT - Webinars
Rethinking travel behaviour modelling in the era of emerging data sources
Professor Charisma Choudhury, Chair in Behaviour Modelling in the Institute for Transport Studies at the University of Leeds presented her research on how recent technological advances have led to the availability of a wide range of new inputs for travel behaviour modelling.
A Just Transition To Net Zero
Contraflow Cycling – A Safer Way Of Cycling On Roads
The first webinar in the new series of Linking Leeds with DfT took place on Wednesday 2 November 2022. Presenter Caroline Tait, PhD Researcher from the University of Leeds discussed her findings from the first large scale study on UK contraflow cycling safety (contraflow cycling allows cyclists to ride both ways in one-way streets).
Watch the recording of Caroline’s presentation here:
If you have any questions relating to the contraflow cycling research, please contact Caroline Tait at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Evidence to Support Active Travel in the Planning System
This webinar took place on Tuesday 7 December 2021. Thank you to our speakers Dr Robin Lovelace and Dr Joey Talbot from the Institute for Transport Studies, University of Leeds.
Link to preprint report ‘Active Travel Oriented Development: Assessing the suitability of sites for new homes’ here: https://osf.io/7fuq5/
If you have any questions about the content of this talk please contact our speakers: Dr Robin Lovelace: R.Lovelace@leeds.ac.uk, Dr Joey Talbot: J.D.Talbot@leeds.ac.uk
Impact of emergency measures on accessible and inclusive public space
This webinar took place on Wednesday 15 September 2021. Thank you to all of our speakers; Prof. Anna Lawson, Bryan Matthews, Dr Morgan Campbell from the University of Leeds.
Public Transport and active travel: what happens as we recover from Covid?
The first webinar took place on Wednesday 23rd June 2021. We're pleased to share that we had over 100 participants from across policy, academic and third sector.
Thank you to all of our speakers; Dr Llinos Brown, Professor Jillian Anable, Professor Greg Marsden (University of Leeds), Professor Iain Docherty (University of Stirling) and Richard Walker (Visiting Research Fellow, seconded from DfT).