Everything tagged with Research

Blog post: Recognition for trustee Dr Rachel Aldred

Huge congratulations to London Cycling Campaign trustees Dr Rachel Aldred for winning the ESRC's (Economic & Social Research Council) Celebrating Impact Prize for "Outstanding Impact in Public Policy". Dr Aldred is a University of Werstmins...

Blog post: Near Miss project finds women bear the brunt of bad driving and harassment

The Near Miss project, led by LCC trustee Rachel Aldred, has found that female cyclists are almost twice as likely as their male counterparts to be subject to harassment or bad driving.  The study involved more than 1500 cyclists completin...

Blog post: New study finds it's six times more expensive to travel by car than cycle

A new study of Copenhagen has found that it's six times more expensive for society, and for individuals, to travel by car instead of cycling.  The study uses a cost benefit analysis that looks at road wear, air pollution, health, congestion,...

Blog post: Space for Cycling makes Space for Everyone?

This is a guest blog post by Alan Latham and Peter Wood, researchers from the Departments of Geography at University College London and The Open University. Here they write about what their recent publication called “Inhabiting Infrastr...

Blog post: What's wrong with new Aviva research on London cycle safety

New research by Aviva on cycling in London has highlighted the need for urgent action to create safe space for cycling on London’s streets – but some of its methodologies and messaging are misleading, London Cycling Campaign believes. ...