Programme

The Congress is being held at Rydges Latimer Christchurch.

To view the abstracts for each concurrent session, please click on the concurrent session title e.g "Places for people 1"

This is a preliminary programme, current as at 6 July 2017. It is subject to minor changes.

Tuesday 17 October

Time
Morning  Christchurch CBD tours 
Afternoon  Registration desk opens
Workshop
Venue: Rydges Latimer Christchurch 
5:30pm - 7:30pm Welcome function
Christchurch Transitional Cathedral

 

Wednesday 18 October

Time
8:30am  Powhiri
9:00am  Welcome and Opening
9:30am  The Christchurch story
10:30am Morning tea
10:50am International keynote
12:00pm  Plenary session
Hamish Mackie
12:35am  Lunch 
1:30pm Concurrent session one
  Community engagement  Places for people 1 Bikes for healthy lifestyles 1
  From the fringe to mainstream: the politics of gaining community support and delivering successful cycling infrastructure for the future
Pippa Coom & Phil Clearwater
Fresh Brains – Fresh Ideas to improve cycling
Prof Juergen Gerlach
Better behaviour through smart driveway design at urban cycleways
Anna Davison
  Developing a National Cycle Infrastructure Level of Service Guideline for New Zealand
Peter Kortegast 
Around about time to make cycle-friendly roundabouts?
Tim Hughes 
  A Cycleway for Island Bay
Sarah Free 
He Ara Kotahi – the 'Karaka tree bridge'
Bridging The Manawatu River In Harmony With A Delicate Peri-Urban Cultural and Riparian Environment
Nick Aiken 
Greenways – Creating Safe and Sustainable Travel Choice through Smart Footpaths
Jason Chow 
  Beyond 'bikelash': Understanding community opposition to cycle lanes in New Zealand
Dr Adrian Field & Dr Kirsty Wild
Independence on wheels: how non-profit advocacy creates bike-friendly cities and city-friendly bikers
Jolisa Gracewood & Olivia Lynch 
Individual and Environmental Correlates of Motorist Passing Distance of Bicycle Riders
Dr Kristi Heesch 
  How to achieve rapid change for cycling outcomes
Tyler Golly & Ryan Martinson 
Where My Ladies At?: Creating a Female- Friendly Space
Catarina Gutierrez 
Understanding the value of Bikes in Schools: Preliminary results from a three-year evaluation
Greer Hawley 
3:10pm Afternoon tea
3:30pm  Field trips around Christchurch
Full details coming soon!
5:45pm  Happy Hour
Rydges Latimer Christchurch

 

Thursday 19 October

Time
8:30am  NZ Transport Agency
Fergus Gammie, CEO
8:50am  Speaker to be announced shortly
9:10am  Blood, Sweat and Gears: How Atlanta Streets Alive helped change the story of Atlanta as a car-only culture
Jenn Graham
9:30am  International speaker
Steve Hoyt-McBeth 
10:30am  Morning tea 
11:00am  The New Zealand Cycle Trail
Roger Wigglesworth, Jonathan Kennett & Kaye Parker
11:55am  Speaker to be announced shortly 
12:25pm  Plenary session
Prof Chris Rissel
12:55pm  Lunch 
1:55pm Concurrent session two
  Places for people 2 Smart systems 1 Bikes for healthy lifestyles 2
  Lessons from the Trenches: how Auckland Transport have shifted their approach to engaging on their cycling programme
Kathryn King 
Designing & Building for People on Bikes within evolving constraints - Auckland City CBD
Graeme Bean 
Cycle Skills for Life
Kirsten Malpas & Claire Pascoe 
  Bike Data Analysis – A comparison between 21,000 NZ riders and 180,000 riders from around the world
Thomas Stokell 
Cycling Network Guidance – the evolution of best practice
Simon Kennett, Tim Hughes & Jeanette Ward 
Zero to Hero – Whanganui's Story
Rui Leitao 
  Mangere Future Streets – the benefits of taking a strategic urban design approach to walking and cycling improvements.
Stuart Houghton
Ken Robinson  School Travel Behaviour Change - Experience from the UK
Tom Ransom 
  The role of bike parking in a multi-faceted approach to getting more people on bikes
Jo Clendon 
Virtual Reality – Breaking Down Barriers of Perceived Safety
Katherine Eveleigh 
Unlocking cycling through social connection
Amy Taylor 
  Are bicycle sharing schemes inclusive? A Socio-Spatial Analysis in Glasgow, UK and Christchurch, NZ
Dr Angela Curl 
Evaluation of Bike Boulevards in the City of Darebin
Dr Cameron Munro
USO Bike Ride- Improving the health and wellbeing of Polynesian people through Cycling
Talalelei Taufale & Chris Te'o  
      When it feels like "everyone's trying to kill you": Understanding first person and third person perceptions of risk and vulnerability
Dr Helen Fitt 
      The impact of the new health and safety act on company bike fleet uptake
Ellie Craft 
      Assessing the relationship between the neighbourhood built environment and children's active transport behaviours and perceptions
Dr Niamh Donnellan 
3:30pm Afternoon tea 
4:00pm  Concurrent session three 

Places for people 3
Bikes for healthy lifestyles 3 Places for people 4
  Cycling as part of the New Zealand transport system – NZTA's journey so far and where we're heading next
Dougal List  
Bringing Maori Narratives to the Cycling Experience
Callie Corrigan 
Local Path Network Planning Workshop
Kent Lundberg & Jack Haldene-Willis 
  Footpath cycling - A contentious issue
Jeanette Ward 
TravelWhiz - Implementing a travel plan to support a great place to work
Ann-Marie Head 
  Improving cycle safety at urban intersections
Simon Douglas 
Setting up a Transport Management Association
Sue Philbin
5:00pm  End of day 
7:00pm  Congress awards and dinner
The Tannery

 

Friday 20 October

Time
8:30am Concurrent session 4
  Smart systems 2 Places for People 5 Bikenomics
  Designing for bike riders on local road roundabouts
Dr Cameron Munro
Bike Share for Christchurch, an idea whose time has come?
Nick Lovett 

  Designing safer railway crossings for walking and cycling
Dr Glen Koorey 
Is that a Sharrow? Don't put it there!!
Sandy Mills 
Forecasting Cycle Demand in Auckland: A new and exact science, or are we just making this stuff up?
Michael Jongeneel 
  Using an Instrumented Bicycle to Measure Minimum Overtaking Gap for Motorists Overtaking Cyclists in New Zealand
Peter Kortegast
Cost-benefit analysis of recent major cycling investments across Queensland
Adam Rogers 
Developing cycling networks: where to invest next?
Karl Baker 
  Speed and gender of un-assisted and e-bike commuter cyclists in Christchurch, New Zealand
John Lieswyn
Road Safety, Urban Design and Landscape Character in Cycleway Design using a Safety Audit and Network Functionality Approach – Christchurch Results
Mike Smith
Better Bikeways for Brisbane
Mark Pattemore 
  E-bikes and bicycle justice: Empowering technology or the death of the bicycle?
Dr Kirsty Wild 
Making it fit - retrofitting high-standard cycleways in urban environments
Ben Dodgshun 
  Implementing Cycleways in the Rail Corridor
Nicola Hopman 
Building cycling families along side facilities
Jena Niquidet Western 

10:30am Morning tea 
11:15am  Plenary session 
Prof Simon Kingham
11:45am  International keynote 
Phillip Darnton
12:45pm  Closing address 
1:00pm  Farewell lunch
1:30pm  Post Congress tours