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approaching city cycling_______________________________________________________________________
Census 2011
what can it te...
Census 2011
• high coverage 19/20
• every 10 years
• tight and only travel question
"how do you usually travel to work"
• ...
Mode share
Mode share
Mode share
Modes by trip lengths
Modes by trip lengths
4%
4%
17%
Modes by trip lengths
8%
15%
20%
8%
15%
20%
Modes by trip lengths
Modes by trip lengths
8%
15%
20%
8%
15%
20%
Modes by trip lengths
Cycle trajectory – world cities
Women indicate - canaries for cycling environment
Source: Pucher & Buehler (2012)
Red: Cen...
Cycle trajectory - UK
Census 2011
What do women need?
UK women currently excluded through
socialisation, gendered lifestyles:
 still family-carer
 escorti...
These trips are cycled by choice in
• Amsterdam
• Copenhagen
Where cycling infrastructure offers
– inclusive
– equitable
–...
Credit @amsterdamize
Credit @amsterdamize
Further reading
Census
Goodman, A. (2013). Walking, cycling and driving to work in the English and
Welsh 2011 census: tren...
Thanks for listening
Contact
Email katja.leyendecker@northumbria.ac.uk
Blog https://katsdekker.wordpress.com/
Twitter @kat...
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Katja Leyendecker Cycle City Newcastle conference 26 June 2015

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Katja Leyendecker Cycle City Newcastle conference 26 June 2015

  1. 1. approaching city cycling_______________________________________________________________________ Census 2011 what can it tell us? mode share options target demographics spatial design preferences ______________________________________________________ Katja Leyendecker PhD research Northumbria University, Newcastle
  2. 2. Census 2011 • high coverage 19/20 • every 10 years • tight and only travel question "how do you usually travel to work" • main mode, by distance • commute / working population only
  3. 3. Mode share
  4. 4. Mode share
  5. 5. Mode share
  6. 6. Modes by trip lengths
  7. 7. Modes by trip lengths
  8. 8. 4% 4% 17% Modes by trip lengths 8% 15% 20%
  9. 9. 8% 15% 20% Modes by trip lengths
  10. 10. Modes by trip lengths 8% 15% 20%
  11. 11. 8% 15% 20% Modes by trip lengths
  12. 12. Cycle trajectory – world cities Women indicate - canaries for cycling environment Source: Pucher & Buehler (2012) Red: Census 2011 overlay
  13. 13. Cycle trajectory - UK Census 2011
  14. 14. What do women need? UK women currently excluded through socialisation, gendered lifestyles:  still family-carer  escorting to school  getting the shopping in  short trips  trip-chaining  complex travel diaries
  15. 15. These trips are cycled by choice in • Amsterdam • Copenhagen Where cycling infrastructure offers – inclusive – equitable – transport participation – comfort – convenience – (safety and security) Reading material: Eyer, A., & Ferreira, A. (2015). Taking the tyke on a bike: mother's; and childless women's space- time geographies in Amsterdam compared. Environment and Planning A, 47(3), 691-708. doi: 10.1068/a140373p
  16. 16. Credit @amsterdamize
  17. 17. Credit @amsterdamize
  18. 18. Further reading Census Goodman, A. (2013). Walking, cycling and driving to work in the English and Welsh 2011 census: trends, socio-economic patterning and relevance to travel behaviour in general. PLoS ONE, 8(8), e71790. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0071790 Aldred, R., Woodcock, J., & Goodman, A. (2015). Does More Cycling Mean More Diversity in Cycling? Transport reviews, 1-17. doi: 10.1080/01441647.2015.1014451 Nested within presentation Garrard, J., Handy, S., & Dill, J. (2012). Women and cycling. In J. Pucher & R. Buehler (Eds.), City cycling: Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Eyer, A., & Ferreira, A. (2015). Taking the tyke on a bike: mother's; and childless women's space- time geographies in Amsterdam compared. Environment and Planning A, 47(3), 691-708. doi: 10.1068/a140373p
  19. 19. Thanks for listening Contact Email katja.leyendecker@northumbria.ac.uk Blog https://katsdekker.wordpress.com/ Twitter @katsdekker

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