Matthew Bruno

Matthew is a Postdoc Researcher in the Smart Public Transport Lab, working in partnership with Transport Region Amsterdam. Under the supervision of Dr. Niels van Oort, he is currently researching issues related to evaluating inclusive mobility in the 14 municipalities that comprise the Amsterdam transport region and will later develop a set of interventions.

Matthew has a background in transportation planning with a Master of Arts in Urban Planning from the University of California Los Angeles and a Master of Science in Geoinformatics from the University of Twente in Enschede. He has professional planning experience in the San Francisco Bay Area, where he worked on projects related to parking policy and pedestrian accessibility. His PhD work at Eindhoven University of Technology examined the role of cycling innovations in promoting a transition to sustainable transportation systems.

Bruno, M., Dekker, H.-J., & Lindenberg Lemos, L. (2021). Mobility protests in the Netherlands of the 1970s: Activism, innovation, and transitions. Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions.

Bruno, M. (2020). The challenge of the bicycle street: Applying collaborative governance processes while protecting user centered innovations. Transportation Research Interdisciplinary Perspectives, 7, 100209.

Bruno, M., & Nikolaeva, A. (2020). Towards a maintenance-based approach to mode shift: Comparing two cases of Dutch cycling policy using social practice theory. Journal of Transport Geography, 86(April), 102772.

Te Brömmelstroet, M., Nikolaeva, A., Nello-Deakin, S., van Waes, A., Farla, J., Popkema, M., van Wesemael, P., Liu, G., Raven, R., de Vor, F., & Bruno, M. (2020). Researching cycling innovations: The contested nature of understanding and shaping smart cycling futures. Transportation Research Interdisciplinary Perspectives, 8.

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