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The name “Mercy Street” to me summarises the core idea that inspired my commitment to pursuing a PhD focusing on the discourse related to active travel, particularly cycling and cyclists. Mercy, compassion, understanding, tolerance are all the opposites of what I see in our communications about cyclists. My project aims to identify the social-psychological currents that underlie the animosity directed against cyclists, so as to understand how we can change these sentiments and make roads safer and more attractive for vulnerable road users.READ MORE
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Research Project: Pedals to the People
My postgraduate research project examines the effect of social dynamics on cycling uptake, perceived and actual cycling safety, and the cycling experience.
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