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Travel Behaviour Change: How Important Is the Herd?

Travel Behaviour Change: How Important Is the Herd?

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  • Mon 15 Oct ’18, 5:00pm – 7:30pm


University of Canterbury, Ilam Road, Ilam, Christchurch


All Ages

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  • Free Admission


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The Canterbury Branch of the New Zealand Geographical Society is holding its yearly Presidential Address prior to its AGM.

This year, Dr Jillian Frater will talk about her research on cycling behaviour. In countries such as the Netherlands and Switzerland, a much smaller percentage of trips are taken by automobile (40-50%) and a greater percentage of trips are taken by bike, walking and public transit, than in New Zealand.

Adolescents are a group heavily influenced by norms. Norms and culture also influence the travel choices of adults as evidenced by the results of a programme of personal travel planning undertaken in Christchurch. So how important is the herd?

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