We have an exciting programme of evening seminars usually held in Central London (most near Baker Street) as well as online webinars. Since April 2013, we've held 25 of these. The next two events are:
Monday 23rd May, 6:30-8pm Demonstrating the Propensity to Cycle Tool for London, with James Woodcock, Robin Lovelace, Nikolai Berkoff & Rachel Aldred
Members of the PCT academic team will demonstrate the new DfT-funded Propensity to Cycle Tool, which calculates and visualises cycling potential at both area and route level, under a range of scenarios. Version 1 operates at MSOA level across England and uses 2011 Census commuting flow data. Booking now open.
Thursday 9th June, 5-8pm Creating Liveable Communities: the impact of motor traffic on local communities, benefits of reducing motor traffic, a how-to guide and discussion.
A special event with academics, advocates, and practitioners, including talks, Q&A, and a workshop. Speakers include Phil Goodwin (UWE/UCL), Stephen Plowden (author, Towns Against Traffic), Claudia Draper (Play Hackney), Susan Claris (Living Streets Trustee, Arup), Paul Gasson (Waltham Forest Cycling Campaign) and others TBC. Save the date - booking open soon!