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Ce que vous allez apprendre

  • Re-imagine the street as a space for negotiation and social interaction

  • Compare and contrast the experience of cycling to the experience of driving and walking

  • Explore the historical development of Dutch cycling

  • Examine the reciprocal interactions between land use and transport and identify how cycling fits into these systems

Compétences que vous acquerrez

Urban PlanningQualitative ResearchBicycle planningUrban design
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Programme du cours : ce que vous apprendrez dans ce cours

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Semaine
1

Semaine 1

5 heures pour terminer

Week 1: A Historical Perspective

5 heures pour terminer
7 vidéos (Total 38 min), 12 lectures, 8 quiz
7 vidéos
Week 1 Intro: A Historical Perspective - Is cycling in the Dutch genes?3 min
How the Dutch got their cycle paths6 min
Paper discussion with Marco te Brömmelstroet1 min
Why We Cycle: Egalitarian Society17 min
Paper discussion with Marco te Brömmelstroet3 min
Week 1 wrap-up with Pascal Boontje2 min
12 lectures
Meet the team5 min
Keep notes to prepare for your final assignment!3 min
Content of Unraveling the Cycling City3 min
Weekly discussion calls: Thursdays & Saturdays5 min
New: Spanish course track10 min
Support and feedback3 min
First, a bit of history...5 min
How Amsterdam became the bicycle capital of the world10 min
Contested Spaces: Bicycle Lanes in Urban Europe, 1900-199545 min
Top down or bottom up?5 min
The Prime Minister bikes to work10 min
The rise and decline of national habitus: Dutch cycling culture and the shaping of national similarity45 min
8 exercices pour s'entraîner
Is cycling in the Dutch genes?5 min
How the Dutch got their cycle paths5 min
How Amsterdam became the bicycle capital of the world5 min
Contested Spaces: Bicycle Lanes in Urban Europe, 1900-19955 min
Why We Cycle: Egalitarian Society5 min
The Prime Minister bikes to work5 min
The rise and decline of national habitus: Dutch cycling culture and the shaping of national similarity5 min
The Historical Perspective10 min
Semaine
2

Semaine 2

4 heures pour terminer

Week 2: The urban environment

4 heures pour terminer
5 vidéos (Total 44 min), 7 lectures, 7 quiz
5 vidéos
Why the Dutch ride bikes3 min
Paper discussion with Luca Bertolini15 min
Paper discussion with Lucas Harms18 min
Week 2 wrap-up with Marco te Brömmelstroet2 min
7 lectures
Cycling by the numbers3 min
Comparing Cycling in European Countries20 min
Urban development without more mobility by car – Lessons from Amsterdam, a multimodal urban region30 min
Cycling, the long and short of it3 min
Synergies from Improved Cycling-Transit Integration20 min
As Easy As Riding A Bike: The Dutch supermarket10 min
Spatial and social variations in cycling patterns in a mature cycling country exploring differences and trends30 min
7 exercices pour s'entraîner
Why the Dutch ride bikes5 min
Comparing Cycling in European Countries5 min
Urban development without more mobility by car – Lessons from Amsterdam, a multimodal urban region5 min
Synergies from Improved Cycling-Transit Integration5 min
As Easy As Riding A Bike: The Dutch supermarket5 min
Spatial and social variations in cycling patterns in a mature cycling country exploring differences and trends5 min
The urban environment10 min
Semaine
3

Semaine 3

4 heures pour terminer

Week 3: The street within a network

4 heures pour terminer
5 vidéos (Total 43 min), 8 lectures, 6 quiz
5 vidéos
World's biggest bicycle study: The Bike Study Week in Amsterdam Region4 min
Paper Discussion with George Liu18 min
Presentation by George Liu13 min
Week 3 wrap-up by Meredith Glaser2 min
8 lectures
Behaviour on routes and at intersections3 min
What happens if you turn off the traffic lights?10 min
Urban Design: Is there a Distinctive View from the Bicycle?30 min
Space, speed, and fairness3 min
Arrogance of Space15 min
Is there such a thing as a ‘fair’ distribution of road space?25 min
Street design compared (optional)1 min
Practitioners' perspective on user experience and design of cycle highways30 min
6 exercices pour s'entraîner
World's biggest bicycle study: The Bike Study Week in Amsterdam Region5 min
What happens if you turn off the traffic lights?5 min
Urban Design: Is there a Distinctive View from the Bicycle?5 min
Is there such a thing as a ‘fair’ distribution of road space?5 min
Practitioners' perspective on user experience and design of cycle highways5 min
The street within a network10 min
Semaine
4

Semaine 4

5 heures pour terminer

Week 4: The co-evolution of design and behavior

5 heures pour terminer
7 vidéos (Total 39 min), 6 lectures, 7 quiz
7 vidéos
Cyclists behaving badly - Understanding cyclist disobedience in Amsterdam6 min
Paper Discussion with George Liu3 min
Why We Cycle excerpt: Interaction15 min
Paper Discussion with Marco te Brömmelstroet5 min
Wrapping up Chapter 42 min
Conclusion2 min
6 lectures
Thinking critically about cyclist behavior and traffic rules3 min
Giving way to deviant behaviour25 min
Scofflaw bicycling: Illegal but rational45 min
What is Social Capital?10 min
The Handicap of a Head Start10 min
Towards a pattern language for cycling environments: merging variables and narratives45 min
7 exercices pour s'entraîner
Cyclists behaving badly - Understanding cyclist disobedience in Amsterdam5 min
Giving way to deviant behavior30 min
Scofflaw bicycling: Illegal but rational5 min
Why We Cycle excerpt: Interaction5 min
The Handicap of a Head Start5 min
Towards a pattern language for cycling environments5 min
The co-evolution of design and behaviour10 min

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