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Academic Outputs – DePICT
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Community-Led Infrastructures

Academic Outputs

Nixon, D. & Schwanen, T. 2020. “The Conflicted Pedestrian: Walking and Mobility Conflict in the City.” Pp. 254-264 in the Handbook of Urban Mobilities, edited by Ole B. Jensen, Claus Lassen, Vincent Kaufmann, Malene Freudendal-Pedersen, and Ida Sofie Gøtzsche Lange. London: Routledge.

Schwanen, T. & Nixon, D. 2020. “Understanding the Relationships Between Wellbeing and Mobility in the Unequal City: The case of community initiatives promoting cycling and walking in São Paulo and London.” Pp. 79-101 in Urban Transformations and Public Health in the Emergent City, edited by Keith, M. and de Souza Santos, A. Manchester: Manchester University Press.

Nixon, D. & Schwanen. 2019. “Bike Sharing Beyond the Norm.Journal of Transport Geography 80:102492. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jtrangeo.2019.102492

Schwanen, T. & Nixon, D. 2019. “Urban Infrastructures: Four tensions and their effects.” Pp. 147–162 in Handbook of Urban Geography, edited by Tim Schwanen and Ronald van Kempen. Edward Elgar Publishing.

Nixon, D. & Schwanen, T. 2018. “Emergent and Integrated Justice: Lessons from community initiatives to improve infrastructures for walking and cycling.” Pp. 129-141 in Mobilities, Mobility Justice and Social Justice, edited by Nancy Cook and David Butz. London: Routledge.

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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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