21 July | An introductory workshop to commute-flow

21 July | An introductory workshop to commute-flow

This event by Cardiff University will be exploring techniques to analyse the spatial dynamics of commuting and change in commuting flows over time to allow policy makers use the data to support transport investment decisions.

Date
Thursday 21st July, Room TBC, Cardiff University

Agenda
12:15 Registration and lunch
13:00 Welcome and Introduction, Richard Kingston, University of Manchester
Background to the project, aims of the workshop
13:15 The typology of flow-based classifications of commuting for England and Wales,
Stephen Hincks, University of Manchester
How have we built the typology and what does it tell us?
14:00 Using the typology
In small groups discuss potential uses of the typology and analysis.
14:20 Discussion, Richard Kingston, University of Manchester
14:40 Integrating with policy and decision making, Brian Webb, Cardiff University
How can the typology be integrated with other forms of data and analysis to make
better informed decisions about strategic planning and policy?
15:00 Discussion and feedback, Richard Kingston, University of Manchester
15:20 Demonstration of the prototype mapping toolkit, Richard Kingston, University of
Manchester
15:30 End

If you are able to attend, please email Webbb1@cardiff.ac.uk (for room and catering purposes). A room will be confirmed at a later date but will be in the Glamorgan Building, King Edward VII Avenue, Cardiff University. If you would like to know more about the project please also just get in touch.