CREDS, the energy demand research organisation, will reveal the results from its post-pandemic travel behaviour study as part of a free webinar on 16 March.
The new report, 'Less is More: Changing Travel in a Post-Pandemic Society', will be discussed by a panel of experts who will reflect on what it means for public health, economic growth and city design.
The webinar will also cover how revised transport priorities could make the recovery more inclusive, more resilient and more productive as well as lower carbon.
Throughout the pandemic, CREDS researchers have been tracking changing travel patterns and how these could be aligned with carbon reduction targets.
Less is More: Changing Travel in a Post-Pandemic Society looks at changes in work location and travel mode use as a result of Covid-19.
Participants will have a chance to put questions to the research team and panellists.
Less is More: Changing Travel in a Post-Pandemic Society will be published on 16 March, marking two years since the first Covid-19 lockdown.
Register for the free webinar - Post Pandemic Futures and Mobility, 22 March 2-3pm
- Welcome - Greg Marsden, CREDS Transport and Mobility Theme
- Main research findings - Jillian Anable, CREDS Transport & Mobility Theme Leader
- Panel discussion - Philippe Christ, Advisor, Innovation and Foresight, International Transport Forum, Petra Meier, Professor of Public Health, University of Glasgow, Iain Docherty, Dean of Institute for Advanced Studies, Stirling University and Jonathan Bray, Director of the Urban Transport Group
- Q&A session with the panel