Experiencing Networked Urban Mobilities looks at the different experiences of networked urban mobilities. While the focus in the first book is on conceptual and theory-driven perspective, this second volume emphasizes the empirical investigation of networked urban mobilities. This book is a resource for researchers interested in the field to gain easy access and overviews of different themes and approaches represented in the mobilities paradigm.

part I|46 pages

Moving and Pausing

chapter 2|6 pages


Shifting Atmospheres in Mobilities Design

chapter 3|8 pages

The Final Countdown

Ambiguities of Real Time Information Systems ‘Directing’ the Waiting Experience in Public Transport

chapter 4|5 pages

Bus Stops Matter

An Ethnography of the Experience of Physical Activity and the Bus Stop Design

chapter 5|6 pages

Solid Urban Mobilities

Buses, Rhythms, and Communities

chapter 7|5 pages

Road Radio

Taking Mobilities Research on the Road and Into the Air

chapter 9|5 pages

Tracing Trans-Atlantic Romani Im/Mobilities

Doing Ethnography in a Hyper-Mobile Field

part II|42 pages

Communities and Collaborations

chapter 10|5 pages

The Little Mermaid Is a Portal

Digital Mobility and Transformations

chapter 11|4 pages

Viscosities and Meshwork

Assembling Dynamic Pathways of Mobilities

chapter 13|5 pages

Urban Borderlands of Mobility

Ethnographic Fieldwork Amongst Unconventional Elderly City People

part III|47 pages

Modes and Emotions

chapter 18|5 pages

Senses Matter

A Sensory Ethnography of Urban Cycling

chapter 19|6 pages

Feeling Community

Emotional Geographies on Cycling Infrastructure

chapter 22|6 pages

U.Move 2.0

The Spatial and Virtual Mobility of Young People

chapter 23|6 pages

Inhabiting Infrastructures

The Case of Cycling in Copenhagen

chapter 25|5 pages

The Velomobilities Turn

part IV|44 pages

Sites and Strategies

chapter 26|5 pages

Governing Everyday Mobilities

Policymaking and Its Realities

chapter 27|6 pages

Planning for Sustainable Mobilities

Creating New Futures or Doing What Is Possible?

chapter 28|5 pages

Let People Move!

The New Planning Paradigm of ‘Shared Spaces’

chapter 30|5 pages

Are Emerging Mobility Practices Changing Our Urban Spaces?

A Close Look at the Italian Case 1

chapter 31|5 pages

(In)Consequential Planning Practices

The Political Pitfall of Mobility Policymaking in Lisbon’s Metropolitan Area

chapter 33|4 pages

Routes and Roots

Studying Place Relations in Multilocal Lifeworlds