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Kevin J. Krizek analyzes the design of cities and transport alternatives by prizing evidence-based knowledge. His research has been awarded a three-year post as a visiting professor of “Cycling in Changing Urban Regions” (Radboud University, the Netherlands) and two Fulbright appointments (University of Bologna, Italy; EAFIT University, Medellin). As a 2013-14 fellow of the Leopold Leadership Program, Krizek learned skills to translate knowledge to action and strategies to catalyze change to address the world’s most pressing sustainability challenges.
Krizek is the co-author/editor of four books, including Metropolitan Transport and Land Use (2018, 2nd ed.) and The End of Traffic and the Future of Transport. He also served as the scientific director for the global Velo-city 2017 research symposium, held as part of the world’s largest conference on bicycling. Krizek was a founding co-editor for the Journal of Transport and Land Use and spearheaded the forming of the World Society of Transport and Land Use Research.