Day 1 (20th October 2016, Thursday)


9:30-11:50 Introduction to the workshop and keynote lectures

Keynote lecture by Bert van Wee

Keynote lecture by Klaus Spiekermann

11:50-12:10 Coffee break

12:10-13:30 Session I: Travel behaviour

Moshe Givoni

Deciphering core-periphery relation through travel patterns - the case of Israel  

Robin Hickman, Giacomo Vecia

Discourses and travel behaviour in London: Applying Q methodology

Igor Mikolášek, Sigal Kaplan, Kira Hyldekær Janstrup, Carlo Giacomo Prato, Hana Brůhová

Promoting cycling for women: factors affecting the willingness to cycle in mixed traffic in the Czech Republic

13:30-14:15 Lunch

14:15-15:35 Session II: Cycling

Robin Lovelace

The Propensity to Cycle Tool: An internationally scalable method for sustainable transport planning

Dagmara Wrzesinska, Sigal Kaplan, Carlo Giacomo Prato, Otto Anker Nielsen

What motivates immigrants to adapt to a cycling-oriented culture? The role of existence, relatedness and growth needs

Conor Walsh

Fourth generation bikeshare schemes: opportunities and challenges for accessibility and equity

15:35-15:50 Coffee break

15:50-16:45 Session III: Temporal dimension in multimodal context

Beatriz Mella Lira

Capability Approach as instrument for assessing the social component of transport projects in Santiago de Chile

Maria Salonen, Olle Järv, Henrikki Tenkanen, Vuokko Heikinheimo, Tuuli Toivonen

DYNAMO framework: Modelling spatio-temporally dynamic accessibility patterns


16:55-17:00 Coffee break

17:00-18:00 Session IV: Job accessibility in social context

Karst Geurs, Borja Moya Gomez, Marcin Stepniak, John Pritchard

Spatio-temporal inequalities in job accessibility in the Netherlands

Lien Bakelants, Ann Verhetsel

Investigating access to jobs in a spatial and social context – The case study of Belgium

20:00 Dinner


Day 2 (21st  October 2016, Friday)


09:00-10:20 Session V: Accessibility and territorial cohesion

Piotr Rosik, Tomasz Komornicki, Marcin Stępniak, Sławomir Goliszek, Przemysław Śleszyński, Wojciech Pomianowski Karol Kowalczyk

Implementing model of accessibility potential: monitoring and evaluation of efficiency and equity as an effect of road and railway development in Poland

Juan Carlos García-Palomares, Javier Gutiérrez, Juan Carlos Martín, Borja Moya-Gómez

Territorial cohesion and federalism under the perspective of the criticality of the Spanish high capacity road network

Chris Jacobs-Crisioni

Overinvestment driven by territorial cohesion aims: a cautionary tale from the 19th century

10:20-10:35 Coffee break

10:35-11:55 Session VI: National scale of transport infrastructure evaluation

Lissy La Paix, John P. Pritchard, Franco Gómez-Ramírez

Highway Access Management, infrastructure and equity. A case study in Dominican Republic

Igor Ivan, Jiří Horák, David Fojtík, Tomáš Inspektor

Time variability of public transport accessibility

Kira Hyldekær Janstrup

Road network resilience: taking a traffic safety approach to maintenance planning and prioritization in Denmark

11:55-12:10 Coffee break

12:10-13:00 Session VII: Logistic and freight

Davide Fiorello, Dorota Bielanska

Decomposing accessibility in different components: an experiment on road freight accessibility of European regions

Ossi Kotavaara, Terhi Ala-Hulkko, Janne Alahuhta, Jan Hjort, Jarmo Rusanen

Analysing European food supply and demand balance in the context of transport accessibility

13:00-13:45 Lunch

13:45-15:05 Session VIII: New approaches to accessibility evaluation

Dominik Ziemke, Sammy Matara, David Siriba, Kai Nagel

Accessibility computations based on open data for different spatial scopes, transport modes and activity types – Analyses for Nairobi, Kenya

Somesh Sharma, Harry Geerlings

Sustainability Benefits Assessment as a toolbox for Urban Transport Project Appraisal

Jędrzej Gadziński, Adam Radzimski

Understanding the impacts of urban public transportation infrastructure: towards a diversified approach

15:05-15:20 Coffee break

15:20-16:45 Session IX: Public transport in urban context

Henrikki Tenkanen, Olle Järv, Maria Salonen, Vuokko Heikinheimo, Tuuli Toivonen

Refining spatial accessibility research: Integrating temporality and realistic multimodality in case of healthy food accessibility

Sabina Puławska-Obiedowska, Karst T. Geurs

Health care accessibility analysis – taking into account equity related population dispersion – Krakow case study

Sławomir Goliszek, Paweł Sudra

Public transport accessibility and urban sprawl – the case of Warsaw

16:45-17:00 Closing session