Mobilities Symposium – presentations

How will people, things and ideas move in the future, and how will such mobilities impact on human, economic and environmental resilience? View presentations from the 5th NZ Mobilities Symposium:


Where might mobilities ‘go’?
Tara Duncan, University of Otago


Re-cycling the streets: Allocation of public space for transport
Jean Beetham, Opus

What makes a commuter cyclist?
Ed Randal, NZ Centre for Sustainable Cities

The good, the bad and the ugly: A short field trip to Newtown
Patrick Morgan, Cycle Aware Network


Connecting through eSocSci
Robin Peace, Massey University

Children in the city

Getting to school: Factors affecting choice of active travel modes
Fiona Conlon


Ways to make everyday transport just a little better
Helen Fitt, University of Canterbury

Mapping, modelling and managing

Mapping the commute
Mairéad de Róiste, Victoria University of Wellington

A travel demand management digital safari
Louise Baker, Opus

Public transport model sensitivity to waiting time and schedule deviation
Richard Law, Victoria University of Wellington


Chinese students’ mobility plans after graduation from a NZ university
Hong Wang, University of Canterbury

Migrating with dignity: Kiribati
Jerome Cameron, Victoria University of Wellington


How to make bus stops an attractive urban place
Martin Swaffield, University of Otago



About this event

5th New Zealand Mobilities Symposium: Future mobilities and resilience, 2014 programme (PDF)

Date: 3-4 July 2014
Venue: University of Otago Wellington, 23a Mein St, Newtown, Wellington

For more information about this event, please contact Marie Russell: