Post-Pandemic Changes in Travel Behaviour: Evidence from the National Travel Survey England 2021

The pandemic and subsequent lockdowns have seen the largest and most sustained disruptions to travel behaviour in most of our lifetimes. Stay-at-home policies have fuelled an explosion in remote working, and wider online substitution of other activities such as shopping and socialising. In sustainability terms, the pandemic has severely hit public transport and incentivised car … Continue reading Post-Pandemic Changes in Travel Behaviour: Evidence from the National Travel Survey England 2021

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Pandemic Geographies and Challenges with the 2021 England & Wales Census Results

The Census is the most comprehensive demographic survey in the UK, providing detailed data for government and academics in many fields, from health and education, to planning and transport. The 2021 Census has a unique context, as the 2021 census day (21st March 2021) occurred when the UK was still in the 3rd national lockdown … Continue reading Pandemic Geographies and Challenges with the 2021 England & Wales Census Results

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New Book – Gilded City: Tour Medieval and Renaissance London

Have you ever wondered how London began? Or how London grew to become such an influential world city for business, politics and culture? You might be interested in Gilded City, a new book coming out this July. Gilded City tells the story of London by touring its most fascinating historic districts and buildings, and describing … Continue reading New Book – Gilded City: Tour Medieval and Renaissance London

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Global Visualisation Websites from CASA MSc students

Each year MSc students at CASA demonstrate their visualisation skills with a group project. The theme this year was ‘Global to Local’, and the class of 2022 has produced some particularly excellent work, experimenting with a range of visualisation tools and techniques. Sustainability VisualisationsSeveral groups interpreted the main theme in terms of sustainability and climate … Continue reading Global Visualisation Websites from CASA MSc students

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A Compact City for the Wealthy? Continuing Inner London Gentrification and Impacts on Accessibility Inequalities

We have a new open access paper out in the Journal of Transport Geography- “A compact city for the wealthy? Employment accessibility inequalities between occupational classes in the London metropolitan region 2011“. The paper explores how the increasingly affluent nature of Inner London has improved sustainable travel opportunities for more affluent professional and management classes, … Continue reading A Compact City for the Wealthy? Continuing Inner London Gentrification and Impacts on Accessibility Inequalities

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Planning a Cycling Revolution for Post-Lockdown London

Overview London and the UK as a whole have been severely affected by the Covid-19 pandemic, creating multiple health, social and economic crises. Social distancing requirements have drastically reduced the safe capacity of public transport services. The London Mayor and Transport for London (TfL) have quickly responded with a radical plan for transforming Inner London … Continue reading Planning a Cycling Revolution for Post-Lockdown London

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