Our Summer Webinar Week has now concluded. However, you can still watch the content using the links below.

Bringing together existing and new pre-recorded material created by and with ATA and the Active Travel Postgraduate Network, curated around key themes within the ATA’s research. Included on the opening day was a live panel and film screening. The online event took place across the week, with each day themed as follows:

Monday 26th July – Active Mobility With and By Children [re-watchMore>>

Tuesday 27th July – Active Travel Policy and Perception [re-watchMore>>

Wednesday 28th July – Active Travel Equity [re-watch] More>>

Thursday 29th July – After The Lockdown: Building permanent change from temporary adaptations [re-watch] More>>

Friday 30th July – Active Travel and Road Safety: Data and Discourses  [re-watchMore>>

For any queries about the week, please contact d.fevyer1@westminster.ac.uk.

The old highstreet in Poole, Dorset. Pedestrians make use of the full width of the street as car access has been removed..

Itinerary

Monday 26th July – Active Mobility With and By Children

  • 2pm: Live Panel Discussion on Child Friendly Cities and Mobility – Book via Eventbrite
    • Jenny Wood (A Place in Childhood) 
    • Nafsika Michail (Sustrans/University of Northumbria)
    • Mariam Draaijer (JoyRiders)
    • Lucy Marstrand (Technical Lead – Walking and Cycling, Metis Consultants)
    • Beth Barker-Stock (Senior Cycling and Walking Officer, BCP)
    • Chair: Holly Weir (Active Travel Academy). 

Submit a question to the panel

Tuesday 27th July – Active Travel Policy and Perception

  • “The impoverished politics of active travel” – Policy and Politics
  • “The impoverished politics of active travel” – Language and Discourse
  • Quickviews: Active Travel in the Media – A selection of key ideas and views from 2020 Active Travel Media Awards.

Wednesday 28th July – Active Travel Equity

  • Enabling Wider Participation
  • Cycling for Everyone
  • Accessible Cycling
  • Introducing the Active Travel Academy Equity Fellows and their projects – A showcase of current projects.

Thursday 29th July – After The Lockdown: Building permanent change from temporary adaptations

  • Prioritising new infrastructure in the pandemic
  • Re-imagining our streets
  • Change is Here Plenary
  • Tools for local campaigners: Propensity to Cycle Tool

Friday 30th July – Active Travel and Road Safety: Data and Discourses

  • The Cycling Injury Risk Study
  • Active Travel Podcast: Media reporting of Active Travel
  • Road Collision Reporting Guidelines
  • Cycling Safety and Inequalitites in Bogotá

Cyclists, e-scotters users, pedestrians and cars along the Sein in Paris


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