Remon Rooij Ir

 

 


 

Remon Rooij has a strong interdisciplinary background: a doctorate on The Mobile City (2005) within the interdisciplinaryTRAIL Research School for Transport, Infrastructure and Logistics and an MSc degree in urban design & planning and real estate & construction management. He has substantial experience in researching and teaching (strategic) spatial planning, with a specific focus on:

- The urbanism of networks and the role of mobility and infrastructure in urban vitality: multimodal transport, planning & design of mobility environments, activity-travel behaviour of people, mobility of vulnerable user groups (elderly and children in particular);

- The role of sports events and sports facilities in urban and regional development and transformation;

- Socio-spatial strategies for urban regeneration and revitalization;

- Methods of urban design and planning driven research.




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