New article on recreational cycling in Journal of Transport & Health, co-authored by Dorina Pojani
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New article on recreational cycling in Journal of Transport & Health, co-authored by Dorina Pojani

This study joins a growing body of literature on the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic on activity patterns. Set in Hanoi, Vietnam, it is the first study to examine recreational cycling in the Global South. It highlights that a growth in recreational cycling presents both opportunities and challenges. Title: The emergence of recreational cycling in … Continue reading

New article on bikesharing in Transportation Planning and Technology, co-authored by UQ|UP team
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New article on bikesharing in Transportation Planning and Technology, co-authored by UQ|UP team

What makes some people eschew bikesharing? What distinguishes users from non-users? The present study examines the transport priorities and socio-demographic characteristics of both users and non-users of bikesharing in the context of Adelaide, an Australian metropolis of 1.3 million people. We apply statistical techniques, including Principal Component Analysis (PCA) and two-level Nested Logit (NL) modelling, … Continue reading

Read Dorina’s UNESCAP blog on paratransit in Asia
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Read Dorina’s UNESCAP blog on paratransit in Asia

Meeting urban mobility needs through paratransit and informal transport in Asia-Pacific cities: http://www.unescap.org/blog/meeting-urban-mobility-needs-through-paratransit-and-informal-transport-asia-pacific-cities. Policy-makers and practitioners may wish to refer to the UNESCAP study on Enhancing Sustainability and Inclusiveness of Urban Passenger Transport in Asian Cities and the 2021 Review of Developments in Transport in Asia and the Pacific which were prepared with Dorina Pojani’s … Continue reading

New article on gender and planning in Australian Planner, by UQ|UP team
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New article on gender and planning in Australian Planner, by UQ|UP team

Through a dozen in-depth interviews of urban planning professionals in Brisbane, Australia, this study examines the relationship between the experience of women in the planning profession and the consideration of women’s issues in the city. The study reveals that Brisbane’s planning industry continues to be perceived by those who work within it as an ‘old-boys-club’. … Continue reading

UQ|UP team wins BEL Connect Grant
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UQ|UP team wins BEL Connect Grant

Our application for a BEL Connect Grant for the project “We Don’t Know Where to Go or How to Get There: Mapping out the Mobility Needs for Tourists in Urban Destinations”, has been successful to the value of $18,500. A wonderful Chrismas present. Congratulations to the team: Richard Buning (UQ Business School) Anne Hardy (University … Continue reading