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Monday 26 October

Final meeting Smart Cycling Futures & Cycling Research Board Annual Meeting 2020

More information on Smart Cycling Futures is available at https://smartcyclingfutures.nl.

The program is in Dutch until 16:15 CET, in English thereafter.

 

13:00-13:15 CET

Welkom & Opening
(Welcome & Opening)

 

13:15-13:45 CET        

De Fiets in Ketenmobiliteit rondom Hubs
(The Bicycle in Chain mobility around Hubs)

  • Jan Ploeger (voorm. programmamanager Mobiliteit, Provincie Zuid-Holland) interviewt
  • Kees Miedema (Programmamanager Ketenmobiliteit NS Stations)

 

13:45-14:15 CET          Pauze

 

14:15-14:55 CET        

Parallel sessions ‘Living Labs’ part 1

 

Smart Cycling Future published a brochure on living labs: https://smartcyclingfutures.nl/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/Brochure-Living-Labs_mrt-20.pdf  (inDutch)

  1. Living Lab Amsterdam

Deelnemende partijen: gemeente Amsterdam, Vervoerregio Amsterdam, Prorail, NS, Universiteit van Amsterdam, Hogeschool Windesheim, werkgeversorganisatie Hello Zuidas, ministerie van Infrastructuur en Waterstaat.

Het consortium zette de Wisselfiets op als nieuw concept en experimenteerde een half jaar in de Mahlerstalling op de Zuidas. Wat leerden we, en wat kan er beter?

Het consortium heeft een factsheet gepubliceerd over de Wisselfiets.

  1. Living Lab Eindhoven

Deelnemende partijen: Technische Universiteit Eindhoven, gemeente Eindhoven, provincie Noord-Brabant.

We bespreken de resultaten van ons onderzoek naar snelfietsroutes en fietsstraten in en om Eindhoven. Wat leverden ze op vanuit het perspectief van de gebruiker?

  1. Living Lab Utrecht

Deelnemende partijen: Gemeente Utrecht, Universiteit Utrecht, Hogeschool Windesheim, Donkey Republic, Utrecht Science Park, buurgemeenten, bedrijven, het ministerie van Infrastructuur en Waterstaat, NS en Prorail.

We deden een gemeentebreed experiment met als hamvraag: Hoe maken we in Utrecht samen een succes van deelfietsen?

  1. Living Lab Zwolle

Deelnemende partijen: Gemeente Zwolle, gemeente Dalfsen, Travers Welzijn, Tour de Force.

Onze living labs besteedden aandacht aan fietsles voor nieuwe Zwollenaren en de ontwikkeling van de regionale fietsroute Dalfsen-Zwolle. Heeft het de gehoopte vrijheid die fietsen zou geven opgeleverd?

 

14:55-15:05 CET          Pauze

 

15:05-15:45 CET

Parallel sessions ‘Living Labs’ part 2 (herhaling van 14:15-14:55)

  1. Living Lab Amsterdam
  2. Living Lab Eindhoven
  3. Living Lab Utrecht
  4. Living Lab Zwolle

 

15:45-16:15 CET   Pauze

 

(from here: English program)

 

16:15-17:00 CET

Roundtable Smart Cycling Futures 2.0: Research for the Future

Moderator: Ruth Oldenziel, Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands

Panelists:

  • Frauke Behrendt, Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands
  • Marco te Brömmelstroet, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
  • Marcus Popkema, Windesheim University of Applied Sciences, Zwolle, The Netherlands
  • Rick Lindeman, Rijkswaterstaat, executive agency of the Ministry for Infrastructure and Water Management, The Netherlands

 

17:00-17:15 CET    Break

 

17:15-18:00 CET        

Transnational Circulation of Cycling Knowledge & the Dutch Cycling Embassy

Keynote Lecture by Lucas Harms, Director Dutch Cycling Embassy

 

18:00-18:15 CET

Interview with Gertjan Hulster & Arne Gielen (makers documentary Together We Cycle)

The interview serves as a short introduction to the documentary Together We Cycle investigating the historical roots of cycling in The Netherlands. It is a follow-up to Why We Cycle (2017, http://whywecycle.eu).

All participants receive a code with which they can view Together We Cycle in the evening at their own leisure.

 

Tuesday 27 October

Cycling Research Board Annual Meeting 2020 (registered participants only!)

 

NB When you click on the titles of panel or paper proposals, the link will take you to the abstract.

 

9:00-9:30 CET

Day Opening

We will revisit the documentary Together We Cycle with its makers, Gertjan Hulster & Arne Gielen.

 

9:30-10:00 CET            Break

 

 10:00-11:00 CET

Parallel sessions, Block 1

 

Session 1.1

Cycling Cities: Historical Reflections and Future Directions

Organizer: Matthew Bruno, Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands
Chair: Ruth Oldenziel, Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands

This panel discusses the reception of Cycling Cities: The European Perspective, Hundred Years of Policy and Practice (2016) with its editors and contributors, in particular its analysis of factors associated with successful cycling cities in relation to future research agendas.

Panelists:

  • Martin Emanuel, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden
  • Jan Ploeger, Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands
  • Frank Veraart, Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands

 

Session 1.2

Cycling in Times of Covid-19

Chair: David Duran-Rodas, Technical University of Munich, Germany

Dorine Duives, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
Unravelling the Impact of Covid-19 on Cycling Demand in The Netherlands

Mohd Farhan, and Anabela Ribeiro, University of Coimbra, Portugal
University and cycling agenda for post-lockdown Covid-19 commute

A. Maria Salomons, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
‘Corona-safe’ Measures for Cyclists at Intersections

 

Session 1.3

Environmental Mobility Justice and Cycling

Chair: Patrick Bek, Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands

Gordon Waitt, and Ian Buchanan, University of Wollongong, Australia; Tess Lea, University of Sydney; and Glenn Fuller, University of Canberra
Mobility justice: Cycling territories and embodied geographies of pedalling

Margot Abord de Chatillon, University of Lyon, France
Behind the Spanner: Sociodemographic Determinants of Bicycle Repair and Maintenance Practices

Maria Cristina Caimotto, Università degli Studi di Torino, Italy
An Ecolinguistic and Discursive Approach for Upscaling Cycling

 

11:00-11:30 CET          Break

 

11:30-12:15 CET

Does Cycling Drive Society? The Present, Past and Future of Cycling
Keynote lecture by Ruth Oldenziel, Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands

 

12:15-13:30 CET          Break

 

13:30-15:00 CET

Parallel sessions, Block 2

 

Session 2.1

Set in stone? Path dependencies and a historical perspective on (un)making mobility in Belgium and the Netherlands

Organizer: Henk Jan Dekker, Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands
Chair: Martin Emanuel, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden

Henk Jan Dekker, Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands
Path dependent? A long-term view on the Dutch cycling path network (1920-1970)

Marc Dijk, Anique Hommels and Manuel Stoffers, Maastricht University, The Netherlands
Transforming mobility practices in Maastricht (1950-1980)

Tim Verlaan and Stephen Weijers, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Coercing Bicycling Policies in Amsterdam (1950-1990)

 

 

Session 2.2

Cycling Data, Models and Simulation

Chair: A. Maria Salomons, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands

Stefan Huber, Technical University Dresden, Germany
Modelling bicycle route choice in German cities – using MNL and an open web-tool to simulate bicycle traffic

Mads Paulsen, Technical University of Denmark
Where do we ride from here? Takeaways from a PhD project on bicycle traffic simulation

Nanuk Rennert, independent scholar / Buro Happold Engineering, Germany
Understanding Bicycle Urbanism through Data

Giulia Reggiani, Tim van Ooijen, Winnie Daamen, and Serge Hoogendoorn, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands; Homayoun Hamedmoghadam, and Hai Lee Vu, Monash University, Australia
Understanding bikeability: A methodology to assess urban networks

 

Session 2.3

Cities Fit for Children and Cycling

Organizer: Alex Baum, BYCS, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Chair: Leidy Fernández, Universidad Nacional de Colombia

Esther Goh, and Ankita Chachra, Bernard van Leer Foundation, The Hague, The Netherlands
Intro to Early Childhood, Caregiving, and the City

Esther Goh, Bernard van Leer Foundation, The Hague, The Netherlands
The City from 95cm

Alex Baum, BYCS, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Cycling for Infants, Toddlers, and Caregivers

Esther Goh, Bernard van Leer Foundation, The Hague, The Netherlands
Urban95 Journeys: Developing solutions in small groups exercise

 

15:00-15:30 CET          Break  

 

15:30-16:30 CET

Parallel sessions, Block 3

 

Session 3.1

Tipping Points in Urban Mobility: Cycling’s Role in Shifting Gear

Organizer: Frank Schipper, independent scholar, The Netherlands
Chair: Henk Jan Dekker, Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands

Martin Emanuel, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm
Transformative change in urban mobility: Reflections on thresholds, turnings points, and transitions

M. Luísa Sousa, NOVA University Lisbon, Portugal; João Machado, University of Lisbon, Portugal; Bernardo Pereira, University of Aveiro, Portugal; and David Vale, University of Lisbon, Portugal
Exploring the tipping points for a history of Lisbon’s cycling mobility

Frank Schipper, independent scholar, The Netherlands
From fighting traffic to traffic calming: Tipping points for cycling in postwar Dutch cities

 

Session 3.2

The Impact of the E-Bike

Chair: Qi Sun, Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands

Eldar Lev-Ran, and Sagi Dalyot, The Technion, Israel
Electric bicycle travel trajectory semi-supervised classification model for supporting road planning

Jeppe Rich, and Anders Fjendbo Jensen, Technical University of Denmark
Socio-economic performance of bicycle infrastructure: How far can we get with electric bikes and supercycle highways?

Danique Ton, and Dorine Duives, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
Understanding long-term changes in commuter mode use of a pilot with e-bikes

 

Session 3.3

People-centered cycling design, safety and human well-being

NB Please note that this session continues until 16:45 CET!

Chair: George Liu, Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands

Leidy Fernández, Universidad Nacional de Colombia
Adaptation of individual bicycles as family transport vehicles in Bogotá Colombia, review, possibilities and challenges of inclusion

Trey Hahn, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
What can people-centered design contribute to cycling?

Jan Ploeger, Eindhoven University of Technology
Traffic safety needs permanent attention in every Cycling strategy

Marcus Skyum Myhrmann, and Mette Møller, Technical University of Denmark
The association between bicycling, accidents and self-rated health satisfaction

 

16:30-17:00 CET          Break

 

17:00-18:00 CET

Parallel sessions, Block 4

 

Session 4.1

Cycling History and Policy

Organizer: Eric Berkers, Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands
Chair: Frank Schipper, independent scholar, The Netherlands

In this session historians and policymakers reflect on and discuss the usefulness of a long-term perspective for cycling policy.

Panelists:

  • Tim Asperges, Municipality of Leuven, Belgium
  • Frans Botma, Municipality of The Hague, The Netherlands
  • Bert Toussaint, Rijkswaterstaat, executive agency of the Ministry for Infrastructure and Water Management, The Netherlands

 

Session 4.2

Perspectives on Bike-Sharing

Chair: Brett Petzer, Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands

David Duran-Rodas, Technical university of Munich, Germany
Bike-sharing: friend or enemy during the COVID-19 pandemic? A Twitter qualitative data analysis

Letícia Lindenberg Lemos, University of São Paulo, Brazil
Bike-sharing in São Paulo for everyone?

Tom Assmann, Imen Haj Salah, Franziska Gehlmann, and Stephan Schmidt, Otto-von-Guericke-Universität Magdeburg, Germany
On-demand shared-use autonomous bike service – How will it alter the management of bike sharing systems

 

Session 4.3

Distance and Time in Cycling

Chair: Matthew Bruno, Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands

Apara Banerjee, Miroslawa Lukawska, Sonja Haustein, and Anders Fjendbo Jensen, Technical University of Denmark
How to promote long-distance cycling? A literature review

Roxani Gkavra, Florian Schneider, and Winnie Daamen, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
Cyclists’ time perception: Do you cycle as long as you think?

Samuel Nello-Deakin, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Scaling up cycling or replacing driving? Triggers and trajectories of bike-train uptake in the Randstad area

 

 

18:00-18:15 CET          Break

 

18:15-18:30 CET

Day Closure & Announcement Cycling Research Board Annual Meeting 2021

 

Wednesday 28 October

On October 13th, the national government has announced additional restrictions to contain the growing number of COVID-19 coronavirus infections.
For the latest information, please consult their websites at https://www.government.nl/topics/coronavirus-covid-19 and https://www.rivm.nl/en.
As a result, we have had to cancel the bicycle excursion that we initially planned on October 28th. 

 

16:00 CET

Meeting Cycling Research Board Steering Committee (invitation only)