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April 30, 2024 65 mins

Alexa Delbosc, Associate Professor at the Monash University Institute of Transport Studies, Australia demonstrates how social psychology concepts and thinking can be applied to transport planning. We explore a variety of topics including dehumanization of cyclists, changing lifestyles of millennials, the impact of the pandemic on transport, work from home culture, the built environment considerations, egocentric anchoring in planning and new ways of thinking about the city, especially with the uptake of micromobility.

Podcast Intro/Outro Song: Starsky by Alex Keren (Check out more of his tunes over on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/5vZ3lENfDLjkln8scBJ8mW)

Chapters:
00:00 Intro
1:59 Guest Intro and Ornithology
4:53 From animal behaviour to human behaviour
7:56 Cars vs. Cyclists
10:03 The Dehumanization Scale
12:00 Addressing the contested road space
16:25 Millennials and changing perceptions of the city
23:54 The pandemic and its impact
26:53 Work from home culture and transport
29:46 Impact of the built environment and the third space
31:32 Egocentric anchoring and other key social psychology concepts
35:07 New ways of thinking about cities
36:42 Is collective design the solution?
40:00 New challenges in micromobility
43:39 Where is transport planning heading to?
46:47 Diversification of transport
50:26 Q&A Start
50:43 What inspires you?
52:52 Key event, person, book
53:31 If you had a magic wand?
55:42 Biggest challenge in career to date
57:30 Time management
1:00:21 Advice for young researchers
1:01:50 Easter Egg: Alexa’s D&D Campaign
1:03:28 Where can people find you?
1:04:06 Final Message
1:04:30 Outro

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