Trine Agervig Carstensen
Trine Agervig Carstensen
Associate professor, University of Copenhagen
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Environmental correlates of cycling: Evaluating urban form and location effects based on Danish micro-data
TAS Nielsen, AS Olafsson, TA Carstensen, H Skov-Petersen
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 22, 40-44, 2013
Cycling cultures in northern Europe: from ‘golden age’to ‘renaissance’
TA Carstensen, AK Ebert
Cycling and sustainability 1, 23-58, 2012
Cycling in multimodal transport behaviours: Exploring modality styles in the Danish population
AS Olafsson, TS Nielsen, TA Carstensen
Journal of transport geography 52, 123-130, 2016
Small towns resisting urban decay through residential attractiveness. Findings from Denmark
C Fertner, NB Groth, L Herslund, TA Carstensen
Geografisk Tidsskrift-Danish Journal of Geography 115 (2), 119-132, 2015
Urban planning practices for bikeable cities–the case of Copenhagen
TAS Nielsen, H Skov-Petersen, T Agervig Carstensen
Urban Research & Practice 6 (1), 110-115, 2013
Urban form, demographic and socio-economic correlates of walking, cycling, and e-biking: Evidence from eight neighborhoods in Beijing
C Zhao, TAS Nielsen, AS Olafsson, TA Carstensen, X Meng
Transport Policy 64, 102-112, 2018
Producing geographical knowledge through visual methods
HH Oldrup, TA Carstensen
Geografiska Annaler: Series B, Human Geography 94 (3), 223-237, 2012
Exploring the role of daily “modality styles” and urban structure in holidays and longer weekend trips: Travel behaviour of urban and peri-urban residents in Greater Copenhagen
J Große, AS Olafsson, TA Carstensen, C Fertner
Journal of Transport Geography 69, 138-149, 2018
Bicycle-friendly infrastructure planning in Beijing and Copenhagen-between adapting design solutions and learning local planning cultures
C Zhao, TA Carstensen, TAS Nielsen, AS Olafsson
Journal of transport geography 68, 149-159, 2018
The spatio-temporal development of Copenhagen’s bicycle infrastructure 1912–2013
TA Carstensen, AS Olafsson, NM Bech, TS Poulsen, C Zhao
Geografisk tidsskrift-Danish journal of geography 115 (2), 142-156, 2015
Mapping the gendered city: investigating the socio-cultural influence on the practice of walking and the meaning of walkscapes among young Saudi adults in Riyadh
M Almahmood, E Scharnhorst, TA Carstensen, G Jørgensen, O Schulze
Journal of Urban design 22 (2), 229-248, 2017
The sidewalk as a contested space: Women’s negotiation of socio-spatial processes of exclusion in public urban space in Saudi Arabia; the case of Al Tahlia Street
M Almahmood, O Schulze, TA Carstensen, G Jørgensen
Planning Practice & Research 33 (2), 186-210, 2018
Cycling environmental perception in Beijing–A study of residents' attitudes towards future cycling and car purchasing
C Zhao, TAS Nielsen, AS Olafsson, TA Carstensen, C Fertner
Transport policy 66, 96-106, 2018
Human-centred public urban space: exploring how the ‘re-humanisation’of cities as a universal concept has been adopted and is experienced within the socio-cultural context of …
M Almahmood, NM Gulsrud, O Schulze, TA Carstensen, G Jørgensen
Urban Research & Practice 15 (1), 1-24, 2022
Compensatory leisure travel? The role of urban structure and lifestyle in weekend and holiday trips in Greater Copenhagen
J Große, C Fertner, TA Carstensen
Case Studies on Transport Policy 7 (1), 108-117, 2019
Rum til børn-legepladser som børns steder
TA Carstensen
NA 17 (1), 2013
Historical patterns and sustainability implications of worldwide bicycle ownership and use
W Chen, TA Carstensen, R Wang, S Derrible, DR Rueda, ...
Communications Earth & Environment 3 (1), 171, 2022
Børns transportvaner–trafikstrukturer og børns selvstændige mobilitet
TA Carstensen
Proceedings from the Annual Transport Conference at Aalborg University 8 (1), 2001
Byrum og ruter: P å tur med b ø rn i fire danske kvarterer
TA Carstensen, K Rasmussen
Rasmussen (red.), Børns steder. Om børns egne steder og steder til børn …, 2006
Giv børn en stemme i byplanlægningen: hvorfor, hvornår og hvordan?
K Rasmussen, TA Carstensen, AE Hess, G Jørgensen
Skov & Landskab, 2004
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