Rachel Aldred

Rachel Aldred

University of Westminster

H-index: 39

Europe-United Kingdom

About Rachel Aldred

Rachel Aldred, With an exceptional h-index of 39 and a recent h-index of 32 (since 2020), a distinguished researcher at University of Westminster, specializes in the field of Transport Policy, Transport Modelling, Qualitative Methods, Survey Methods, Injuries and Near Misses.

His recent articles reflect a diverse array of research interests and contributions to the field:

Active travel and health equity: towards an intersectional approach

Impacts of active travel interventions on travel behaviour and health: Results from a five-year longitudinal travel survey in Outer London

Report on the Second Stage of the Process Evaluation of the Active Travel Fund Tranche 2

In the opposite lane: how women of colour experience, negotiate and apply an oppositional gaze to dominant cycling discourses

“You always think about what other people be thinking”: Black men and barriers to cycling in London

LTNs as Street Experiments: Qualitative Insights into Resident Experiences in a London Borough

Walking Maps: The personal geographies of Low Traffic Neighbourhoods in London

Changes in motor traffic in London’s Low Traffic Neighbourhoods and boundary roads

Rachel Aldred Information

University

Position

Professor of Transport

Citations(all)

4921

Citations(since 2020)

3360

Cited By

2746

hIndex(all)

39

hIndex(since 2020)

32

i10Index(all)

63

i10Index(since 2020)

56

Email

University Profile Page

University of Westminster

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Rachel Aldred Skills & Research Interests

Transport Policy

Transport Modelling

Qualitative Methods

Survey Methods

Injuries and Near Misses

Top articles of Rachel Aldred

Title

Journal

Author(s)

Publication Date

Active travel and health equity: towards an intersectional approach

Rachel Aldred

Robin Mazumder

2024/4/3

Impacts of active travel interventions on travel behaviour and health: Results from a five-year longitudinal travel survey in Outer London

Journal of Transport & Health

Rachel Aldred

Anna Goodman

James Woodcock

2024/3/1

Report on the Second Stage of the Process Evaluation of the Active Travel Fund Tranche 2

R Aldred

Emma Lawlor

2023

In the opposite lane: how women of colour experience, negotiate and apply an oppositional gaze to dominant cycling discourses

Transportation research interdisciplinary perspectives

Dulce Pedroso

Rachel Aldred

2023/5/1

“You always think about what other people be thinking”: Black men and barriers to cycling in London

Journal of transport geography

Akwesi Osei

Rachel Aldred

2023/4/1

LTNs as Street Experiments: Qualitative Insights into Resident Experiences in a London Borough

E Verlinghieri

H Larrington-Spencer

E Lawlor

R Aldred

2023

Walking Maps: The personal geographies of Low Traffic Neighbourhoods in London

J Furlong

H Larrington-Spencer

E Verlinghieri

E Lawlor

R Aldred

2023

Changes in motor traffic in London’s Low Traffic Neighbourhoods and boundary roads

Asa Thomas

Rachel Aldred

2023/11/13

Walking through Low Traffic Neighbourhoods: Go Alongs as a Method to Understand Intricacies of Place

H Larrington-Spencer

E Verlinghieri

E Lawlor

R Aldred

2023

The Impact of 2020 Low Traffic Neighbourhoods on Levels of Car/Van Driving among Residents: Findings from Lambeth, London, UK

Findings

Anna Goodman

Anthony A Laverty

Jamie Furlong

Rachel Aldred

2023/6/6

Cycling behaviour in 17 countries across 6 continents: levels of cycling, who cycles, for what purpose, and how far?

Rahul Goel

Anna Goodman

Rachel Aldred

Ryota Nakamura

Lambed Tatah

...

2022/1/2

Old Oak and Park Royal–towards active travel? Full report

J Gerhards

D Greenwood

R Aldred

2022/12/8

Rogue drivers, typical cyclists, and tragic pedestrians: a Critical Discourse Analysis of media reporting of fatal road traffic collisions

Mobilities

David Fevyer

Rachel Aldred

2022/11/2

Equity in temporary street closures: The case of London’s Covid-19 ‘School Streets’ schemes

Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment

Asa Thomas

Jamie Furlong

Rachel Aldred

2022/9/1

More than walking and cycling: What is ‘active travel’?

Transport Policy

Simon Cook

Lorna Stevenson

Rachel Aldred

Matt Kendall

Tom Cohen

2022/9/1

How does mode of travel affect risks posed to other road users? An analysis of English road fatality data, incorporating gender and road type

Injury prevention

Rachel Aldred

Rob Johnson

Christopher Jackson

James Woodcock

2021/2/1

Cycling injury risk in Britain: A case-crossover study of infrastructural and route environment correlates

Accident Analysis & Prevention

Georgios Kapousizis

Anna Goodman

Rachel Aldred

2021/5/1

The impact of introducing a low traffic neighbourhood on street crime, in waltham forest, london

Findings

Anna Goodman

2021/1/13

The impact of low traffic neighbourhoods on active travel, car use, and perceptions of local environment during the COVID-19 pandemic

Findings

Rachel Aldred

Anna Goodman

2021/3/16

Health, environmental and distributional impacts of cycling uptake: The model underlying the Propensity to Cycle tool for England and Wales

Journal of Transport & Health

James Woodcock

Rachel Aldred

Robin Lovelace

Tessa Strain

Anna Goodman

2021/9/1

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