Between 2020 and 2023, it is expected that over 130 million electric bikes to be sold worldwide. Growth in urban bicycle use can lead to profound societal changes: reductions in traffic and pollution, and improvements in population and environmental health. The e-bike is transformative as it changes who can ride bikes, such as those needing to travel longer distances, the elderly, etc. A number of projects are available across the spectrum of e-bikes, including: - Understanding the barriers and enablers of e-bike use - Trialling e-bike use - Understanding equitable access to e-bikes - e-bike safety Top-up scholarship funding is available to outstanding candidates.
e-bikes, cycling, bikes, physical activity, urban design, built environment, health, public health
School of Public Health and Preventive Medicine
Masters by research
Top-up scholarship funding available
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