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Experiencing Walking and Cycling

Professor Dr. Martin Dijst

Professor Dr. Martin Dijst

Principal Investigator (on leave) of the DEPICT project and Experiencing Walking and Cycling theme lead.

He is the Chair of Spatial Mobility and Urban Development and a Professor of Human Geography and Spatial Planning at the Faculty of Geosciences at the University Utrecht. Professor Dijst is currently on leave.

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Associate Professor Dr. ir. Dick Ettema

Associate Professor Dr. ir. Dick Ettema

Co-Investigator on the DEPICT project and Experiencing Walking and Cycling theme lead.

He is an Associate Professor in the Faculty of Geosciences at the University Utrecht.

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Dr. Amit Birenboim

Dr. Amit Birenboim

Postdoctoral Researcher in the Experiencing Walking and Cycling theme of the DEPICT project.

He is a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Utrecht.

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MSc Joost de Kruijf

MSc Joost de Kruijf

PhD Candidate in the Experiencing Walking and Cycling theme of the DEPICT project.

He is a Researcher of Human Geography and Planning at the Faculty of Geosciences at the University Utrecht.

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MSc Geert de Leeuw

MSc Geert de Leeuw

Lecturer and Researcher in Built environments at the NHTV Breda University of Applied Sciences.

He is involved in the Experiencing Walking and Cycling theme of the DEPICT project.

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Community-Led Infrastructures

Dr. Tim Schwanen

Dr. Tim Schwanen

Co-Investigator on the DEPICT project and Community-Led Infrastructures theme lead.

He is the Director of the Transport Studies Unit and Associate Professor in Transport Studies in the School of Geography and Environment at the University of Oxford.

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Dr. Denver Nixon

Dr. Denver Nixon

Postdoctoral Researcher in the Community-Led Infrastructures theme of the DEPICT project.

He is a Research Associate in the Transport Studies Unit of the School of Geography and Environment at the University of Oxford.

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Infrastructure Policy and Adverse Impacts on Cyclists

Marina de Souza Bittar

Marina de Souza Bittar

Graduating student associate in the Infrastructure Policy and Adverse Impacts on Cyclists theme of the DEPICT project.

She is a graduating student at the University of São Paulo.

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MSc. Javier Yesid Mahecha Nuñez

MSc. Javier Yesid Mahecha Nuñez

Researcher in the Infrastructure Policy and Adverse Impacts on Cyclists theme of the DEPICT project.

He is a civil engineer, PhD candidate in transportation engineering of São Carlos School of Engineering, University of São Paulo.

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MSc. Hellem de Freitas Miranda

MSc. Hellem de Freitas Miranda

Doctoral Researcher in the Infrastructure Policy and Adverse Impacts on Cyclists theme of the DEPICT project.

She is a doctoral student at the São Carlos School of Engineering, University of São Paulo.

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Dr. Inaian Pignatti Teixeira

Dr. Inaian Pignatti Teixeira

Postdoctoral Researcher in the Infrastructure Policy and Adverse Impacts on Cyclists theme of the DEPICT project.

He is a postdoctoral researcher at the University of São Paulo.

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Professor Antônio Nélson Rodrigues da Silva

Professor Antônio Nélson Rodrigues da Silva

Co-Investigator on the DEPICT project and Infrastructure Policy and Adverse Impacts on Cyclists theme lead.

He is Full Professor in the Department of Transportation Engineering and vice director of the São Carlos School of Engineering, University of São Paulo.

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Dr. Gustavo Garcia Manzato

Dr. Gustavo Garcia Manzato

Researcher in the Infrastructure Policy, Noise & Stress theme of the DEPICT project.

He is Lecturer and Researcher in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering of the Bauru Engineering Faculty at Paulista State University.

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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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