Rachel Aldred
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Why culture matters for transport policy: the case of cycling in the UK
R Aldred, K Jungnickel
Journal of Transport Geography 34, 78-87, 2014
Incompetent or too competent? Negotiating everyday cycling identities in a motor dominated society
R Aldred
Mobilities 8 (2), 252-271, 2013
‘On the outside’: constructing cycling citizenship
R Aldred
Social & Cultural Geography 11 (1), 35-52, 2010
Does more cycling mean more diversity in cycling?
R Aldred, J Woodcock, A Goodman
Transport Reviews 36 (1), 28-44, 2016
Cycling provision separated from motor traffic: a systematic review exploring whether stated preferences vary by gender and age
R Aldred, B Elliott, J Woodcock, A Goodman
Transport Reviews 37 (1), 29-55, 2017
From community participation to organizational therapy? World Cafe and Appreciative Inquiry as research methods
R Aldred
Community development journal 46 (1), 57-71, 2011
Governing transport from welfare state to hollow state: The case of cycling in the UK
R Aldred
Transport Policy 23, 95-102, 2012
Investigating the rates and impacts of near misses and related incidents among UK cyclists
R Aldred, S Crosweller
Journal of Transport & Health 2 (3), 379-393, 2015
The Propensity to Cycle Tool: An open source online system for sustainable transport planning
R Lovelace, A Goodman, R Aldred, N Berkoff, A Abbas, J Woodcock
Journal of transport and land use 10 (1), 505-528, 2017
Cycling near misses: Their frequency, impact, and prevention
R Aldred
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 90, 69-83, 2016
A matter of utility? Rationalising cycling, cycling rationalities
R Aldred
Mobilities 10 (5), 686-705, 2015
Cycling behaviour in 17 countries across 6 continents: levels of cycling, who cycles, for what purpose, and how far?
R Goel, A Goodman, R Aldred, R Nakamura, L Tatah, LMT Garcia, ...
Transport reviews 42 (1), 58-81, 2022
Impacts of an active travel intervention with a cycling focus in a suburban context: One-year findings from an evaluation of London’s in-progress mini-Hollands programme
R Aldred, J Croft, A Goodman
Transportation research part A: policy and practice 123, 147-169, 2019
Who are Londoners on Bikes and what do they want? Negotiating identity and issue definition in a ‘pop-up’cycle campaign
R Aldred
Journal of Transport Geography 30, 194-201, 2013
Cycling’s sensory strategies: How cyclists mediate their exposure to the urban environment
K Jungnickel, R Aldred
Mobilities 9 (2), 238-255, 2014
Constructing mobile places between ‘leisure’and ‘transport’: a case study of two group cycle rides
R Aldred, K Jungnickel
Sociology 46 (3), 523-539, 2012
Transport: challenging disabling environments
R Aldred, J Woodcock
Local Environment 13 (6), 485-496, 2008
Cycling injury risk in London: A case-control study exploring the impact of cycle volumes, motor vehicle volumes, and road characteristics including speed limits
R Aldred, A Goodman, J Gulliver, J Woodcock
Accident Analysis & Prevention 117, 75-84, 2018
Matter in or out of place? Bicycle parking strategies and their effects on people, practices and places
R Aldred, K Jungnickel
Social & Cultural Geography 14 (6), 604-624, 2013
Geographies of citizenship and everyday (im) mobility
J Spinney, R Aldred, K Brown
Geoforum 64, 325-332, 2015
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