Becoming urban cyclists, workshop in Lyon, February 10-11, 2020

Becoming urban cyclists
From socialization to skills

Workshop—Transport Urban Planning Economics Laboratory (LAET), Lyon (France). February 10-11, 2020
ENTPE – rue Maurice Audin, Vaulx-en-Velin, France, room D120

Click here to read the call for papers

Click here to download the program (pdf file)

Monday, February 10, 2020

02:30 pm Bike tour
05:00 pm Introduction

Matthieu Adam & Nathalie Ortar
LAET/ENTPE – University of Lyon-CNRS

05:15 pm Keynote lecture: Towards a city of cyclists? Untangling cultures, infrastructures, and behaviours

Rachel Aldred
University of Westminster

07:00 pm Welcome cocktail

Tuesday, February 11, 2020

09:00 am Planning for accessibility

Wayfinding and signage design in mobility and accessibility for active modes: bicycles paths in urban design
Marina Vasconcellos de Carvalho

Faculty of Architecture or University of Lisbon

Bicycle Accessibility Planning: towards an Equitable approach
Isabel Cunha & Cecília Silva Vasconcellos

Faculdade de Engenharia, Universidade do Porto

10:30 am Break
10:45 am Inequalities: why is cycling not (ever) inclusive

Immigrants and cycling – Findings from Germany
Janina Welsch
Research Institute for Regional and Urban Development gGmbH, Dortmund

What makes women stop or start cycling in France?
David Sayagh, Clément Dusong & Francis Papon

University of Strasbourg, IFSTTAR

12:15 am Lunch and posters session

Time to change gears? Gender and Inclusion in French Bike Schools
Christina Vietinghoff

Université Grenoble Alpes

Becoming rural cyclists
Aurore Flipo

LAET/ENTPE – University of Lyon-CNRS

01:30 pm Starting to ride in adulthood

Adult beginner cyclists in French cities. Characterizing their profiles and revealing their cycling experience with a mobile method including real time discourse
Thomas Buhler, Adrien Caillot & Marie-Hélène de Sède-Marceau
University Bourgogne-Franche-Comté

What are the impacts of a promotion campaign on the practice of utility cycling? The case of bike to work in Switzerland
Patrick Rérat

Institute of geography and sustainability, University of Lausanne

03:00 pm Break
03:15 pm Changing practices: experiences, equipment, autonomy

The role of key events, motivations and past experiences in the adoption of the e-bike
Dimitri Marincek

Institute of geography and sustainability, University of Lausanne

Rusty beginnings: repair and maintenance skill acquisition for inexperienced urban cyclists
Margot Abord de Chatillon

LAET/ENTPE – University of Lyon-CNRS

04:45 Conclusion

Attendance is free of charge but registration mandatory

Please complete the registration form before January 31, 2020: https://framaforms.org/becoming-urban-cyclists-1574965925

 

 


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