School of Architecture and Civil Engineering

Looking Back at CRBAM23 in Wuppertal

Thank you to all who joined us in Wuppertal for the 7th Annual Meeting of the Cycling Research Board from October 25th to 27th, 2023.

Our team in the Chair of Bicycle Traffic at the University of Wuppertal was honored to host you at this first CRBAM held in Germany. We were pleased to welcome 131 participants from 19 countries across 5 continents who engaged in our program including 28 sessions with contributions from 95 speakers representing a variety of disciplines and researchers at various stages in their career. It was an exciting three-day event with impressive presentations, engaging workshops, and interactive discussions about the role of cycling in changing mobility systems.

About the CRBAM

CRBAM23 Special Issue

As an exciting first for the Cycling Research Board Annual Meeting, authors of selected high-quality abstracts and contributions to the conference program are invited to submit a full-length article for the inaugural CRBAM23 Special issue to be published in the new Journal of Cycling and Micromobility Research. This forthcoming Special Issue “Cycling Research Board Annual Meeting 2023: The Hill We Ride” will include articles that capture ground-breaking research brought to the conference to export our community's expertise to a global audience.

Submission is by invitation only. Invirtations were sent to prospective authors in early 2023. With articles to be published on a rolling basis following a signle-blind review process and acceptance by our editoral board, we anticipate the full open-access Special Issue to be published online by early 2025.

Published articles

  • Links to all articles included in this Special Issue will be provided here upon publication.

Guest editorial board:

  • Univ.-Prof. Dr.-Ing. Heather Kaths (University of Wuppertal)
  • Cat Silva, M.A. (University of Wuppertal)
  • Prof. Dr. Marco te Brömmelstroet (University of Amsterdam)
  • Dr. Justin Spinney (Cardiff University)

Journal editor:

  • Dr. Eva Heinen (TU Dortmund)

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