2017 main conference agenda – Session two

Public health, sustainability and road safety

14 November 2017 | 15.20 – 17.00

Encouraging more people to cycle and walk (for health and environmental benefits) while recognising the increased road casualty risk (and addressing this).

Rachel-Aldred2Why near misses matter: from research to policy and practice

Dr Rachel Aldred
Reader in Transport at the University of Westminster


Woodcock2The Health Impacts of a Mode Shift to Walking and Cycling

Dr James Woodcock
Senior Research Associate, Centre for Diet and Activity Research (CEDAR), University of Cambridge


Patrick-LingwoodTurbo-roundabouts – promoting pedestrian and cyclist safety and comfort at busy urban roundabouts

Patrick Lingwood
Walking and cycling officer, Bedford Borough


Bostin Bikes and Bostin Commuter: enabling bike ownership and increasing cycling

Claire Williams
Sustainable Transport Manager, Transport for West Midland

Linda Downing
Professional Lead Sustainable Travel, City of Wolverhampton Council


Paul-Robison-500pxBikeability – training for more cycling and safer cycling

Paul Robison
The Bikeability Trust