After 7 successful years of the Hackney Cycling Conference, this year we'll be partnering with the City of London Corporation to host the London Walking and Cycling Conference, in association with Steer.
Date: 24 May 2019
Location: Guildhall, London, EC2V 7HH
With the City having the highest walking rates of any local authority and Hackney being London's number one borough for cycling, we want to recognise the importance of active travel to both residents and businesses.
Meet with industry experts, academics and campaigners
The conference will provide an opportunity for politicians and officers from across London to come together with industry experts, academics, campaigners and residents.
Past conferences have attracted a wide range of industry professionals, campaigners and elected members and are a great opportunity to be heard, influence policy and gain exposure for your ideas.
Previous speakers have included London's Walking and Cycling Commissioner Will Norman, academic and author of 'Bad Science' Dr Ben Goldacre and Andreas Rohl, who was Head of Cycling for Copenhagen for 7 years.
This year's conference is set to host the widest range of sustainable transport experts yet.
This year's event will:
- explore how to improve the experience of walking and cycling and enable more people to choose these healthy and sustainable modes of travel
- consider the wider social, environmental and economic benefits of investing in walking, cycling and healthy streets
Your chance to present
We are inviting people to help shape the discussion about the role that walking and cycling can play in shaping the future of our cities.
We welcome papers from across the sector including campaigners, academics, professionals and residents in any of the following areas:
- road danger reduction
- local or national campaigning
- policy and strategy
- behaviour change
- public health
- planning or communications
We especially welcome papers from outside of London, so that attendees may learn from experience in other contexts.
Deadline for submissions is Friday 22 February 2019, however, early submissions are encouraged.
We are looking for forward-thinking papers to discuss topics that might include:
- the role of traffic reduction and Vision Zero in enabling walking and cycling
- planning for walking and cycling in new developments
- achieving modal shift at workplaces
- the contrasting challenges faced in residential and urban areas
- reducing the impact of deliveries and servicing
- what data is needed now to plan for walking and cycling in the future and how can data help capture and communicate the benefits
- what wider changes need to happen to enable growth in walking and cycling (traffic reduction, freight, PHV policy etc)
- technology and its role in the future of walking and cycling
- case studies and best practice for projects, policy and campaigns (schemes from outside London encouraged)
We're considering diverse formats, including standard presentations, PechaKucha (20 slides for 20 seconds each), as well as short videos and posters.
Standard presentations will be 15 minutes to present, with time for questions at the end of the session (eg 3 presentations followed by questions directed at the 3 presenters).
PechaKucha presentations are 6m 40s each, with time for questions after 3 presentations in a row.
We also welcome short videos of 5 minutes or less, which are an excellent way to present a case study, as well as posters which will be displayed in an exposition.
How to submit
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line: London Walking and Cycling Conference by Friday 22 February 2019, with the following information:
- the presenter's name, position and organisation being represented (if applicable)
- briefly describe the topic that you would like to present or submit an abstract, video or poster about (200 word max)
- why you think it is important (200 word max)
- preferred presentation format(s) if applicable (standard presentation, PechaKucha, film or poster)
The 7th annual Hackney Cycling Conference, 17 May, 9.30am-5pm, at Hackney Town Hall. Over 200 delegates attended, hearing from expert speakers from across the UK and Europe.
- Jeanette Baartman, delivery planning manager, TFL City Planning, Health Streets - Developing new cycle routes for London [pdf, 1.24MB]
- Simon Phillips, transport manager, Lambeth Council - Developing a healthy route network [pdf, 1.95MB]
- Simon Munk, infrastructure campaigner, London Cycling Campaign and Jeremy Leach, Living Streets - Low traffic neighbourhoods [pdf, 2.02MB]
- Steve Brooks, director of Sustrans Cymru (Wales) - Planning for cycling in Cardiff [pdf, 960.02KB]
- Kevin Golding Williams, DfT - Creating active travel communities in England [pdf, 459.67KB]
- Laura Laker, journalist - Cycling is popular; when will politicians get it? [pdf, 3.38MB]
Stream 1: New models and technologies in the world of bike sharing
- Antonia Roberts, Bikeplus - New models and tech in bike share [pdf, 407.14KB]
- Dominic Smith, cycling infrastructure manager, TfGM - Planning for a step change in cycling in Manchester [pdf, 407.14KB]
Stream 2: Behaviour change in journeys to work, leisure and education
- Dominique Humbert, Hackney Council - Camera enforced car-free zones around schools and launch of the School Streets toolkit [pdf, 6.34MB]
- James Palser, senior project officer, Heathrow Cycling Partnership, Sustrans - Achieving modal shift with 76,500 workers [pdf, 4.05MB]
- Neil Webster, director, Remit Consulting / The Market Cycles - the impact of cycling on office buildings [pdf, 1.52MB]
- Alix Stredwick, CarryMe Bikes CIC / Family Cycling - problems, solutions and the hackney family cycling project [pdf, 5.49MB]
- Adam Walker ACIM, business operations manager - Quick win, low cost interventions [pdf, 1.71MB]
Stream 3: Non-cycling necessities to facilitate cycling
- Peter Siemensma, senior transport planner, Arcadis - Pedestrian and cyclist conflicts research from Amsterdam [pdf, 1.63MB]
- Mark Strong, Transport Initiatives - The Good, the Bad and the Ugly - Managing pedestrian and cyclist furniture conflict [pdf, 9.24MB]
- David Harrison, vice chair, London Living Streets - Central London walking network [pdf, 9.24MB]
- Tom Bogdanowicz - Reducing risk from construction vehicles to cyclists and walkers [pdf, 3.73MB]
- Hulya Ataoglu, principal workplace travel officer, Redbridge Council - Reducing the grey fleet [pdf, 2.88MB]
- David Dansky, CTUK - Potential to replace essential PHV journeys by side-by-side cycle [pdf, 3.6MB]
- Patrick Donnelly, LEN project manager, Hackney Council - Ultra low emissions streets and innovative timed restrictions [pdf, 4.23MB]
- Josh Liu, Founder, Honor Cycles - Start-ups and commercial innovation in the cycling sector [pdf, 2.46MB]
- Lucy Saunders, TFL - Using your clinical judgement in applying the Healthy Streets approach [pdf, 3.58MB]
- Cllr Feryal Demirci, Hackney Council - Cycling towards healthy neighbourhoods - lessons learned from London's only 'superquietway' [pdf, 6.13MB]
- Andy Summers, TfL - The case for cycling investment [pdf, 2.87MB]
- Riccardo Bobisse, Steer Davies Gleave - Place-making and the experience of cycling [pdf, 3.55MB]
- Dr Jenny Mindell, UCL - Assessing and valuing the impacts of busy roads on local people [pdf, 3.39MB]
- Peter Murray, New London Architecture - Polycentric necessity of future cities [pdf, 2.64MB]
Stream 1: Complementary walking and cycling policy
- Matt Higgins, TFL - Mind the Mini-Holland: the potential for behavioural economics to improve the delivery of walking and cycling schemes [pdf, 5.9MB]
- Simon Munk, LCC and Tom Platt, Living Streets - Healthy Streets: how walking and cycling go together, and where they don't [pdf, 3.42MB]
- Shaun Scholes, UCL - Casualty stats of those in control of vehicles v 3rd party [pdf, 788.43KB]
- Rory McMullan, City of London - Policy and action to protect vulnerable road users [pdf, 1.86MB]
Stream 2: Tools and research
- Dr Robert Davis, Road Danger Reduction Forum - Policing of close passing of cyclists by drivers [pdf, 1.17MB]
- Aled Davies, TfL - Cycling network model for London (Cynemon) [pdf, 4.08MB]
- Chris Chinnock, TfL - The analysis of cycling potential in London [pdf, 896.4KB]
- Dr James Woodcock, University of Cambridge - Impacts of cycling tool: health and more [pdf, 1.64MB]
Stream 3: Built environment and developments
- Brian Deegan, TfL - Cycle facilities and air pollution [pdf, 1.4MB]
- Giulio Ferrini, Systra - Segregated cycle infrastructure and property value in London [pdf, 2.88MB]
- Emily Gould, Steer Davies Gleave - Mobility as a service - what does it mean for cycling? [pdf, 3.34MB]
- Dave Swindells, JTP - Promoting good deVELOpment [pdf, 15.95MB]
- Rachel Aldred - Data for walking cycling potential [pdf, 2.83MB]
- Rachel Buck - Realising the benefits [pdf, 703.81KB]
- Sally Crew - Planning for the future [pdf, 1.36MB]
- Dr Robert Davis - Measuring safety differently [pdf, 301.49KB]
- Patrick Donnelly - Zero Emissions Network
- Wei Du - Living Streets - Sharing the space [pdf, 4.03MB] (presentation and full report)
- Bridget Elliot - Children and older people perception of streets [pdf, 1.21MB]
- Rune Gjøs - Making of Oslo as one of the best bicycle cities in the world [pdf, 2.62MB]
- Eleni Harlan - Cycling workplaces [pdf, 1.85MB]
- Chris Kenyon - Winning business support for cycling
- James Long, SDG - Autonomous vehicles and cycling [pdf, 1.99MB]
- Dr Robin Lovelace - Cycling and transport policy
- Andrew Meeson - Assessing cycling environments [pdf, 2.11MB]
- Justin Spinney - Cycling and older people [pdf, 1.84MB]
- Mark Treasure - Sustainable safety Hackney [pdf, 2.3MB]
- Monika Zamojska - Women and gender variant nights [pdf, 3.48MB]
- Andy Clarke - Making the economic argument work [pdf, 6.2MB]
- Rodrigo Guerrero Maldonado, Steer Davies Gleave - Cycling in megacities [pdf, 5.38MB]
- Liesbeth van Alphen - The power of employers in cycling promotion [pdf, 747.7KB]
- Amy Aeron-Thomas - RoadPeace Active travel policing and justice reform in London [pdf, 875.02KB]
- Elettra Bordonaro - Revitalising economy through light [pdf, 5.22MB]
- Chris Harrison - Walthamstow Village trial [pdf, 3.29MB]
- Ken Spence - Coping with kerbside activity [pdf, 2.08MB]
- Dr Robin Lovelace - Assessing the benefits of cycling [pdf, 2.12MB]
- Ruth-Anna Macqueen - Bicycling with young children [pdf, 2.51MB]