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Networked Urban Mobilities 2014
Transcript of Networked Urban Mobilities 2014
Dr Tim Jones
Faculty of Technology Design & the Environment
Cyclists’ identities and practices have been shaped by acclimatization to current hostile cycling conditions to the extent that they sometimes struggle to understand why more people don’t cycle. And in so doing, they inadvertently perpetuate their identity as part of a ‘velomobile elite’.
To develop a better understanding of how the design of the built environment and technology shapes older peoples engagement with, and experience of cycling, and how this affects their independent mobility, health and wellbeing.
...on cycling in London
Bicycle use as
per cent of all journeys
made by people age 65 and over.
UK = 1
DE = 9
DK = 15
NE = 23
A cycling future for ageing populations