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These online audio resources consist of lectures, seminars and interviews from the Transport Studies Unit at the University of Oxford. Topics will be discussed in this course are Smart Technologies and Public Participation in Transport Planning, Politics of Road space part two, Politics of Road space part one, Politics of Infrastructure: Spineless Development? Part two, Politics of Infrastructure: Spineless Development? Part one and related more topics.


This course does not involve any written exams. Students need to answer 5 assignment questions to complete the course, the answers will be in the form of written work in pdf or word. Students can write the answers in their own time. Each answer needs to be 200 words (1 Page). Once the answers are submitted, the tutor will check and assess the work.


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Course Credit: University of Oxford

Course Curriculum

Nudging people to make better choices: transport applications 00:38:00
TGV-UK: An idea whose time has come? 01:01:00
Some thoughts on car parking 00:48:00
‘Link’ and ‘Place’: A New Approach to UK Street Planning and Design 01:12:00
Does Mobility have a Future? 00:56:00
Understanding the Paths to Post-Carbon Mobility: Research Needs for Anticipating Transport Revolutions 01:01:00
Translating daily life into simulation: MATSim and its possibilities. 00:56:00
Myth and reality in the search for the wider benefits of transport 00:48:00
Mobility, place-making, and economic competitiveness 01:01:00
More than a job: Transport and Mobility, research as cultural explorations 00:45:00
Smart Technologies and Public Participation in Transport Planning 01:12:00
Unequal Mobility and its Social Consequences 00:41:00
Automobile Subjects 00:47:00
Transport and Daily Mobility in Sub-Saharan Africa: Exploring young people’s experiences 00:42:00
Transport Is Social Policy: Focus on higher education in the UK context 00:29:00
The Prosthetic Citizen: Forms of citizenship for a mobile world 00:50:00
Breathing Unequally: Environmental justice and transport-related air pollution 00:52:00
Gender and Transport, the Neglected Dimension: Social inclusion, access and sustainable urban mobility 01:09:00
Bodies, Buses and Bureaucracy: Reflections on common interests in disability rights and service provision 00:47:00
EU’s Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans: Whose Politics? Part One 00:44:00
EU’s Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans: Whose Politics? Part Two 00:36:00
Delivering Low Carbon Transport across the UK’s Devolved Administrations part one 00:42:00
Delivering Low Carbon Transport across the UK’s Devolved Administrations part two 00:36:00
Politics of Infrastructure: Spineless Development? part one 00:21:00
Politics of Infrastructure: Spineless Development? part two 00:38:00
Politics of Roadspace part one 00:36:00
Politics of Roadspace part two 00:30:00
‘More than the Trip’ and the role of transport in social exclusion and approaches to develop guidance for the implementation of accessibility planning as an integral part of local transport planning 00:15:00
7th CSS: Cycling in London: All the Rage 00:19:00
7th CSS: Enacting Mobile Claims to Space: The Choreography of Encounters Between Cyclists and Non-Cyclists 00:22:00
7th CSS: Inhabiting Infrastructure: How Architectures, Rhythms and Crowds Affect and Effect London’s Commuter Cyclists 00:18:00
7th CSS: Applying the Life Course Approach to Walking and Cycling 00:22:00
7th CSS: Women Returning to Cycling/Bike Riding 00:21:00
7th CSS: Cycling Circles: Gender and Social Influences in UK Cycling 00:18:00
7th CSS: Geographies of Urban Cycling: Investigating the Relations between Body, Technology and Space 00:19:00
7th CSS: Bicycling as a Way of Life: A Comparative Case Study of Urban Bike Culture in Amsterdam and Portland, OR. 00:20:00
7th CSS: Understanding ‘Best Practice’ Heuristic: Implications for Active Travel 00:20:00
7th CSS: The Effective Use of Social Capital in Cycling Scheme Development 00:20:00
7th CSS: The Research and Evaluation Needs of the Third Sector in the Big Society: A Sustrans / Cycling Perspective 00:20:00
Who Leads, Who Follows? A Multi-level Perspective of Energy Transitions in the Transport Sector 00:37:00
Submit Your Assignment 00:00:00
Certification 00:00:00

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