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Marco te Brömmelstroet

Universiteit van Amsterdam

Marco te Brömmelstroet holds the position of Associate Professor in Urban Planning. His teaching focuses on courses around land use and mobility in the Bachelor and Master program. Marco is the founding academic director of the Urban Cycling Institute that is a part of the Centre for Urban Studies. The Institute leads research into the reciprocal relations between cycling, society and cities and is also actively involved in international dissemination of Dutch cycling knowledge. Examples of latter are the Summer School on Planning the Cycling City, the MOOC Unraveling the Cycling City and the Why We Cycle documentary.

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    Smart cycling futures: Charting a new terrain and moving towards a research agenda

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    Towards a pattern language for cycling environments: merging variables and narratives

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    Traveling together alone and alone together

    Mobility and potential exposure to diversity

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    The bicycle‑train travellers in the Netherlands

    Personal profles and travel choices

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    If a mobility transition is what we want, transport research should....

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    Urban Cycling Institute (UvA)

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    Urban Europe

    Fifty Tales of the City

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    Ovale Tafel Mobiliteit

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    Experiences with transportation models: An international survey of planning practices

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    Travelling together alone and alone together: mobility and potential exposure to diversity

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