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Ersilia Verlinghieri
Ersilia Verlinghieri
Senior Research Associate, University of Oxford - Senior Research Fellow, University of Westminster
Verified email at westminster.ac.uk - Homepage
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Transport poverty and its adverse social consequences
K Lucas, G Mattioli, E Verlinghieri, A Guzman
Proceedings of the institution of civil engineers-transport 169 (6), 353-365, 2016
5142016
The health impacts of traffic-related exposures in urban areas: Understanding real effects, underlying driving forces and co-producing future directions
H Khreis, KM Warsow, E Verlinghieri, A Guzman, L Pellecuer, A Ferreira, ...
Journal of Transport & Health 3 (3), 249-267, 2016
2012016
Transport and mobility justice: Evolving discussions
E Verlinghieri, T Schwanen
Journal of Transport Geography 87, 102798, 2020
1882020
Participatory quantitative health impact assessment of urban and transport planning in cities: A review and research needs
MJ Nieuwenhuijsen, H Khreis, E Verlinghieri, N Mueller, D Rojas-Rueda
Environment international 103, 61-72, 2017
1062017
Integrating human health into the Urban Development and Transport Planning Agenda: A summary and final conclusions
M Nieuwenhuijsen, H Khreis
Integrating human health into urban and transport planning: A framework, 707-718, 2019
952019
Exploring the right to mobility through the 2013 mobilizations in Rio de Janeiro
E Verlinghieri, F Venturini
Journal of Transport Geography 67, 126-136, 2018
702018
Transport and health: a marriage of convenience or an absolute necessity
MJ Nieuwenhuijsen, H Khreis, E Verlinghieri, D Rojas-Rueda
Environment international 88, 150-152, 2016
632016
Equity in new active travel infrastructure: A spatial analysis of London’s new Low Traffic Neighbourhoods
R Aldred, E Verlinghieri, M Sharkey, I Itova, A Goodman
Journal of Transport Geography 96 (October 2021), 103194, 2021
492021
Contested mobilities in the Latin American context
J Blanco, K Lucas, A Schafran, E Verlinghieri, R Apaolaza
Journal of Transport Geography 67, 73-75, 2018
392018
Learning from the grassroots: A resourcefulness-based worldview for transport planning
E Verlinghieri
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 133, 364-377, 2020
312020
A mixed methods approach to the social assessment of transport infrastructure projects
K Lucas, I Philips, E Verlinghieri
Transportation 49 (1), 271-291, 2022
202022
HAVE A GOOD TRIP! EXPANDING OUR CONCEPTS OF THE QUALITY OF EVERYDAY TRAVELLING WITH FLOW THEORY
JASEP Marco Te Brömmelstroet , Anna Nikolaeva , Catarina Cadima , Ersilia ...
Applied Mobilities, 2021
18*2021
The role of health impact assessment for shaping policies and making cities healthier
M Nieuwenhuijsen, H Khreis, E Verlinghieri, N Mueller, D Rojas-Rueda
Integrating Human Health into Urban and Transport Planning: A Framework, 609-624, 2019
162019
Whose is this street? Actors and conflicts in the governance of pedestrianisation processes
EV Brovarone, L Staricco, E Verlinghieri
Journal of transport geography 107, 103528, 2023
132023
The Promise of Low-Carbon Freight
E Verlinghieri, I Itova, N Collignon, R Aldred
Possible: London, UK, 2021
132021
Scarcity, post-scarcity and local community: L’Aquila as a case study
F Venturini, E Verlinghieri
Planum. The Journal of Urbanism 2 (29), 51-70, 2014
122014
LTNs for all? Mapping the extent of London’s new Low Traffic Neighbourhoods
R Aldred, E Verlinghieri
Possible, 2020
102020
Participating in health: The healthy outcomes of citizen participation in urban and transport planning
E Verlinghieri
Integrating Human Health into Urban and Transport Planning: A Framework, 535-562, 2019
102019
Decolonising and provincializing knowledge within the neoliberal university? The challenge of teaching about sustainable transport
E Verlinghieri, J Middleton
Journal of Transport Geography 88, 102785, 2020
82020
The conflictual governance of street experiments, between austerity and post-politics
E Verlinghieri, E Vitale Brovarone, L Staricco
Urban Studies 61 (5), 878-899, 2024
72024
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