Through 12 semi-structured interviews and two narrative interviews with process mapping exercises, this research explores how the way of working in the Bicycle Program of the Municipality of Amsterdam and its project at Alexanderplein demonstrate agile characteristics, practices, and barriers. The paper then discusses the implications for planning for cycling.
Research, Cycling, University of Amsterdam
See a conference presentation here and the accompanying conference paper here. A revised version has been submitted for publication as a journal article.
Alexanderplein intersection before, during and after removal of the traffic lights