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Session 2: Status report: Around the globe (22 Oct 2020)

Session outline

  • The impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic in transport and land use: interpreting the results of the WCTRS expert survey Yoshitsugu Hayashi (University of Tokyo / Chubu University)
  • Land use/transport interaction models post Covid-19 Bert van Wee (Delft University of Technology)

Discussant: Ian Williams (Ian Williams Services)

Session Chair: Timea Nochta (University of Cambridge)

 

Bios of speakers, discussant and chair

Yoshitsugu Hayashi

Yoshitsugu Hayashi

is Professor of Chubu University, Japan and President of WCTRS (World Conference on Transport Research Society)
https://www.chubu.ac.jp/english/faculty/profile/e58c884102c72ef784f23209024797be2c274bed.html

Abstract

 

Bert van Wee

Bert van Wee

is professor in Transport Policy at Delft University of Technology and scientific director of TRAIL research school 
https://www.tudelft.nl/en/tpm/about-the-faculty/departments/engineering-systems-and-services/people/full-professors/profdr-gp-bert-van-wee/

Abstract

 

Ian Williams

Ian Williams

is a mathematician/statistician by training and has 47 years research, academic and consultancy experience in transport planning 
https://www.linkedin.com/in/ian-williams-73bb2b23/?originalSubdomain=uk

 

Timea Nochta

Timea Nochta

is a Research Fellow on the Digital Cities for Change (DC2) programme joint funded by the Arup Foundation and the Centre for Smart Infrastructure and Construction at Dept of Engineering, University of Cambridge
http://www.eng.cam.ac.uk/profiles/tn328

BACKGROUND READING:

For the work of WCTRS COVID-19 Task Force, see https://www.wctrs-society.com/about-wctrs/wctrs-covid-19-task-force/