News

Book launch: Dr Matteo Rizzo – Taken for a Ride: Grounding Neoliberalism, Precarious Labour and Public Transport in an African Metropolis Date: 15/10/2018 | Time: 4.00pm – 5.30pm | Venue: University of Leeds, Baines Wing 1.15 http://lucas.leeds.ac.uk/events/dr-matteo-rizzo-taken-for-a-ride-grounding-neoliberalism-precarious-labour-and-public-transport-in-an-african-metropolis/ Matteo Rizzo, SOAS, Department of Development Studies. The growth of cities and their informal economies are key characteristic…
The final report to come out of INTALInC’s initial funding term is now available. The document summarises proceedings of two events held in Oxford, and co-hosted by the University of Oxford Transport Studies Unit, earlier this year. On 3rd May 2018, INTALInC brought together around 25 early career researchers and PhD students to share their…
Volvo Research and Education Foundations’ study visit grants are now available. Funding of up to SEK 30,000 can be used by PhD students and early career researchers to enable them to  visit research projects supported by the VREF Future Urban Transport (FUT) research program and, as a recognised Centre for Transport and Social Exclusion, INTALInC…
Inequality in Transport, authored by David Banister, Emeritus Professor of Transport Studies and Senior Research Fellow at St Anne’s College School of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford was released in paperback on 12th July. Everyone needs transport to move around and to access everyday needs, but for each individual those needs are different,…
On May 25th, 2018 during the XXVI International Congress of the Latin American Studies Association in Barcelona, Spain, the network held a series of panels organised by Dr Daniel Oviedo Hernandez and Natalia Villamizar, sponsored by INTALInC, to explore concepts, methods, and evidence for more inclusive Latin American cities. These panels included 12 research presentations…
INTALInC LAC is the Latin American Branch of the International Network for Transport and Accessibility in Low Income Communities. INTALInC LAC extends the network to academics and practitioners in Latin America and the Caribbean to develop an interdisciplinary, collaborative network for the co-production of knowledge around transport, accessibility and social equity. The Latin American network…
The Transport Studies Unit at University of Oxford have announced a first call for applications for the Inspiration Fund Scholarship to attend the Global Challenges in Transport programme. These scholarships have emerged from our ongoing research on ‘The challenges of teaching sustainable transport’. This project aims at better understanding how short courses organised by various…
INTALInC’s final research into practice workshop report is now available. The document presents findings from the Network’s workshop, ‘Transport and Mobilities: Pathways to transformation’, held in Kampala in January 2018. The workshop focused on bringing together evidence gathered over the course of the project so far to examine ways in which we can make a…
The Global Challenges Research Fund FLAIR (Future Leaders African Independent Researchers) fellowships have just been announced. The fellowships are aimed African researchers based at an institution in sub-Saharan Africa and are worth up to £150k per year for two years (so a maximum of £300k). The fellowships present an excellent opportunity to support and develop…