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Women and urban mobilities

Women and urban mobilities

Inspired by the European mobility week, Bordeaux Metropole organizes a multi-disciplinary conference on September 22nd 2017 entitled “Femmes et mobilités urbaines” focusing on the mobility of women. Bordeaux university presents new empirical research on gendered use of transport modalities. SPS member of staff Lidewij Tummers presents a contribution on the urban planning perspective. She will...
SAVE THE DATE! TU Delft Urban Thinkers' Campus: 7-9 JUNE 2017

SAVE THE DATE! TU Delft Urban Thinkers’ Campus: 7-9 JUNE 2017

SAVE THE DATE: TU Delft Urban Thinkers’ Campus: 7-9 JUNE 2017 UNIVERSITIES FOR THE NEW URBAN AGENDA Teaching the New Urban Agenda: Universities Alliance for Sustainable and Fair Urban Development Between 7 and 9 June 2017, the Department of Urbanism of the TU Delft will organise an Urban Thinkers’ Campus (UTC ) on Education for the New...
Michael Hebbert (BARTLETT UCL) at TU Delft: CROSSRAIL, the tunnel join London East and West

Michael Hebbert (BARTLETT UCL) at TU Delft: CROSSRAIL, the tunnel join London East and West

TUDelft Spatial Planning & Strategy Seminar January 28th 12.30-1.30 Bouwkunde, Julianalaan 134, Delft, ROOM 01 WEST 060 Professor Michael Hebbert (Professor of Town Planning, Bartlett UCL, Editor Planning Perspectives) Crossrail – the tunnel joining London East and West   London Crossrail, scheduled for completion in 2018, is currently Europe’s largest construction project. In scale and...
Invited speaker at "Modelling World 2015"

Invited speaker at “Modelling World 2015”

Jorge Gil was an invited speaker at this year’s “Modelling World 2015” conference in London. “Modelling World is the UK & Europe’s longest running, best attended and biggest annual exhibition and conference for transport, data and urban professionals. This year’s event will focus on what models can expect to deliver in the next decade, and...
New book chapter in "OpenStreetMap in GIScience: Experiences, Research, Applications"

New book chapter in “OpenStreetMap in GIScience: Experiences, Research, Applications”

A new book chapter has been published by Jorge Gil in the book “OpenStreetMap in GIScience: Experiences, Research, Applications” , edited by Jokar Arsanjani, Zipf, Mooney and Helbich, for the Springer series “Lecture Notes in Geoinformation and Cartography”. Title: Building a Multimodal Urban Network Model Using OpenStreetMap Data for the Analysis of Sustainable Accessibility Abstract: This chapter presents...
New article in Geographical Analysis

New article in Geographical Analysis

A new article on “Analyzing the Configuration of Multimodal Urban Networks” has been published by Jorge Gil in Geographical Analysis. Abstract: This article proposes urban network models as instruments to measure urban form, structure, and function indicators for the assessment of the sustainable mobility of urban areas, thanks to their capacity to describe the detail of...

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