Chunli ZhaoAssociate Senior Lecturer
Research areas and keywords
- Transport study, Urban Studies, Social science, Travel behavior, Urban form, Bicycle transport, Innovative sharing mobility, Public transport, Low carbon transport, Attitude study
I studied Landscape Architecture and Urban planning during my Bachelor and Master study. After a couple of years working as an urban designer and planner in China, inspired by Danish urban planner, Jan Gehl, I became interested in creating cities for people. I further pursued this direction via a Ph.D. program at the University of Copenhagen. My PhD study focused on cyclists' travel behavior in relation to urban form, attitude, socio-economic aspects, as well as planning cultures. The result supported the policy-making for revitalizing bicycle transport in cities such as Beijing from a comprehensive perspective. The study consolidated my knowledge crosses the fields of transport study, urban planning, and social science.
At Lund University and K2 - Swedish national center for research and education on public transport, my main research continuing focusing on understanding users' behavior and expectation towards future sharing mobility, specifically, looking into how the users need should be taken into consideration in the process of developing the innovative sharing mobility services, such as self-driving shuttle bus, and app-based sharing mobility service. By understanding users' attitude, expectation towards future mobility, the result is expected to support the developing strategies for the mobility service providers and public transport authorities to shape their role in the future mobility landscape.
Recent research outputs
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article