DePICT – How are walking and cycling infrastructures
experienced and created?

The DePICT project, Designing and Policy Implementation for encouraging Cycling and walking Trips, aims to determine which features of urban environments, local communities, and the governance of physical infrastructures influence walking and cycling and how these can be optimised to achieve sustainable urban mobility for all.

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Our research themes:

How do pedestrians and cyclists experience particular characteristics of their walking and cycling environments and which of these do they prefer?

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How do community members initiate innovative improvements to their local walking and cycling infrastructures and how can these contribute to more equitable transportation outcomes?

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How do planners and policy makers in three very different “transportation cultures” take into account cyclists’ perspectives when planning and implementing cyclist infrastructures?

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The DePICT project aims to determine which features of urban environments, local communities, and the governance of physical infrastructures influence walking and cycling and how these can be optimised to achieve sustainable urban mobility for all.

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