Urban Cycle Mobilities

The project aims at getting an social science understanding of how cycling
design became part of the urban planning of the city of New York and how it has changed practices of cycling in the city.

Focus areas

• Development and design of sociotechnical
systems
• Aesthetics, experience and learning

Relevance

Planners, cycling activists and urban
design scholars.

Methods

Participatory ethnography on the streets
of New York and interviews with planners,
architects and activists.

Participants

Jonas Larsen
Associate professor; Space, Place,
Mobility and Urban Studies;
ENSPAC; RUC

1826 urban cycle mobilities

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