People walking in London Welcome to the Active Travel Academy at the University of Westminster. Set up in September 2019, the ATA brings together a broad spectrum of expertise to lead research, teaching and knowledge exchange, with a focus on walking and cycling, use of other ‘micromobilities’ from e-scooters to electric hand cycles; and reduction in car use. The Academy believes all disciplines and expertise are needed to address the acute global problems that car dominated transport systems have created. Funded by a substantial investment of over £582,000 over three years by the Quintin Hogg Trust, the academy brings together practitioners, academics, students and others with an interest or expertise in active travel. The ATA contributes to addressing issues around air pollution, climate breakdown, an inactivity epidemic, road injuries and deaths, unequal access to transport and the loss of independent mobility in childhood and at older ages. We have projects supported by funders including Cross River Partnership, Department for Transport, the KR Foundation, Transport for London, & the Road Safety Trust.

Watch our short film introducing our work, with or without subtitles:


Contact us: activetravelacademy@westminster.ac.uk

Deadline 18th October: abstracts for SI in Active Travel Studies on electric micromobility futures, guest editors @KironChatterjee, Tim Jones & @BenRTSpencer
https://t.co/nOV513KLrn Get your (electric) skates on!

Looking forward to joining @CicloBcn21 (virtually) on morning of 7th Oct to introduce some of the great work being done by @Active_ATA colleagues, and to hearing presentations on research on micromobility, school travel & more https://t.co/05kCyiA3U3

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