Research, reports and publications on the developing importance of cycling to our future
The book, Cycling Futures, captures the current state of cycling research from Australia and New Zealand, with contributions from engineering, architecture, social sciences, the humanities, health, economics, and many other fields.
“The global interest in cycling is underpinned by three major concerns: health and well-being, congestion and liveability, pollution and climate change,”
“Our book is concerned with the past, present and future of cycling – how our cycling culture arrived at this point, what the present challenges are for existing and would-be cyclists, and what changes can be made so that we can overcome those issues for the benefit of our future,” says Dr Jennifer Bonham from the University of Adelaide’s Department of Geography, Environment and Population, who is co-editor of Cycling Futures with Dr Marilyn Johnson from the Institute of Transport Studies, Monash University.
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See also: Cycling (on the website)