Manchester Cycling Lab Stakeholders

We are open to collaborate with anyone interested in transforming Manchester into a cycling city! The Manchester Cycling Lab seeks to provide a platform to create synergies and develop applied research projects that will support Manchester’s Velocity vision to become a cycling city by 2025. Please see our main collaborating partners that support us in sharing knowledge and joining resources to make our applied cycling research programme possible.

Public

Our public collaboration partners

The collaboration with the public sector is vital to facilitate applied research projects that will support creating a sustainable future for Manchester. Please contact us if you are from the public sector and also would like to engage with our programme.

Please see below our collaboration partners from the public sector:

Manchester City Council

Transport for Greater Manchester

Greater Manchester Police

Central Manchester University Hospitals

Steve Turner

Head of Future Cities, Manchester City Council  

Lead Collaborating External Partner of the Manchester Cycling Lab

Academia

Our collaboration partners from academia

Applied research projects tailored to knowledge needs within the city of Manchester represent the heart of the Manchester Cycling Lab. We seek to facilitate cycling research projects that are diverse in focus, timescale and approach. Are you a student or a researcher interested in our programme? Please get in touch! 

Please see below our collaboration partners from academia:

University of Manchester

Manchester Metropolitan University

University of Salford

Gabriele Schliwa

Research Associate, Project Manager of the Manchester Cycling Lab

School of Environment, Education and Development (SEED) at the University of Manchester

 

gabriele.schliwa@manchester.ac.uk
Dr. James Evans

Senior Lecturer in Environmental Governance,  Principal Investigator for the Manchester Cycling Lab 

School of Environment, Education and Development (SEED) at the University of Manchester

 

James.Z.Evans@manchester.ac.uk
http://staffprofiles.humanities.manchester.ac.uk/Profile.aspx?Id=James.Z.Evans

Private

About "Private"

The combination of bikes and businesses represents an untapped resource to strengthen Manchester’s local economy. Do you have a local business that would benefit from staff & customers using bikes to get around? Please contact us if you like to engage with our programme! 

People

About "People"

The needs of Manchester’s citizens are vital to shape the cycling research programme. Therefore the Manchester Cycling Lab seeks to support a continuous dialogue and knowledge exchange with citizens in their professional as well as in their private role. Please get in touch if you like to engage with the programme!

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