Technical editor: “NMT Integration into urban transport in Africa” (Routledge, 2017)

This publication, Non-Motorised Transport integration into urban transport planning in Africa, will be published in the latter half of 2017, by Routledge, as part of their Transport and Society series. Edited by Winnie Mitullah (University of Nairobi), Marianne Vanderschuren (University of Continue reading →

Research & writing: UNEP’s “Global Outlook on Walking and Cycling” (UNEP)

This new report, Global Outlook on Walking and Cycling – policies and realities from around the world, was published in 2016 by Share the Road, led by UN Environment Programme (UNEP). The report highlights the importance of investment in walking and Continue reading →

Research & publication “Considering the opportunities for public bicycle systems in Cape Town”

Finding our balance: Considering the opportunities for public bicycle systems in Cape Town, South Africa, was published in the peer-reviewed journal Research in Transportation Business and Management 15, November 2014. This paper seeks to examine the degree to which a public bicycle Continue reading →

Publisher: “A Guide to Low-Carbon Transport: transportation and climate change”, Durban 2011

South Africa’s role as host, in Durban, for the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change Seventeenth Conference of the Parties (COP 17) places the country in the spotlight, not just in terms of hosting the event, but also with regard to the Continue reading →

Literature review & analysis: Transport, poverty alleviation and the principles of social justice

Sustainable transport is an important enabler of poverty alleviation and reducing inequity, if done right. In 2016 the Partnership on Sustainable, Low Carbon Transport (SLoCaT) initiated the i-STEP programme to safeguard that growing support for sustainable transport in global processes. Continue reading →

Literature & policy review: “Public transport interventions & transport justice in South Africa”

Although transportation is a field of government intervention in which consideration of justice traditionally has played only a marginal role, there is a rapidly growing body of international literature on transport justice or equity – a more fair, equitable distribution Continue reading →

Co-Author: “The equity impacts of bus rapid transit: a review of the evidence, and implications for sustainable transport” (2017)

This paper, “The equity impacts of BRT: a review of the evidence” (Venter, C., Jennings, G., Hidalgo, D. & Pineda, A. F. V), published in International Journal of Sustainable Transportation, offers an analysis of empirical evidence on the equity impacts of Continue reading →

Author: “An enquiry into utility cycling and social justice in post-apartheid Cape Town”

My chapter, entitled “Freedom of movement / freedom of choice: An enquiry into utility cycling and social justice in post-apartheid Cape Town, 1994-2015″, was published in Bicycle Justice and Urban Transformation: Biking for all – edited by Aaron Golub, Melody L. Hoffmann, Adonia E. Lugo and Gerardo F. Continue reading →

Author: “A challenge shared – is Cape Town ready for a bicycle-share system?” (SATC 2011)

The concept of public bikes, or bike share programmes, has been receiving an increasing amount of attention from transport policy makers and agencies internationally. From the most famous, Velib in Paris, to the most recent, Barclays (Boris’ Bikes) in London, Continue reading →