Membership of professional bodies
National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) Expert Adviser (March 2018 - March 2021)
Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF) Peer Review Group member
Jones, T. & Spencer, B. (2018). Walking and cycling for health and wellbeing. The therapeutic potential. Presented at Active Living Research Conference. 11-14 February, Banff, Canada.
Jones, T. & Spencer, B. (2018). A Tale of Two Cities: Moving around edge estates in Oxford. Presented at Health: The Design, Planning and Politics of How and Where we Live WHO/AMPS Conference, 25-26 January 2018, UWE Bristol.
Bird, E.L., Panter, J., Baker, G., Jones, T., & Ogilvie, D. (2017). Predicting walking and cycling behaviour change using an extended Theory of Planned Behaviour. Paper presented at the 8th Conference of HEPA Europe, 15th-17th November 2017, Zagreb, Croatia.
UK-Brazil Healthy Urban Mobility: Initial Insights. Presented at School of the Built Environment Seminar Series. 7 November 2017, Faculty of Technology, Design and Environment, Oxford Brookes University.
The role of electric cycles in the healthy city. Presented at Healthy City Design 2017. Unleashing Health by Design: Creating a Culture of Wellness in our Cities. Royal College of Physicians, 16–17 October 2017, London, UK.
Electrifying Wellbeing: the cycle BOOM study and the potential role of electric bicycles in promoting public health | Presented at Planning for Better Health and Wellbeing hosted by Public Health Network Cymru | 30 November 2016 | Cardiff.
cycle BOOM Summary of Key Findings & Recommendations Presented at the Final Project Conference | Keyworth Centre | London South Bank University | 26 September 2016 & Central Library | Manchester | 28 September 2016
The Potential of E-Bikes in Smart Urban Transport Futures Presented at the 3rd Workshop on Sustainable Urban Transport Futures | 28 June 2016 | University of Greenwich [Prezi presentation]
Riding in the Margins: The Contemporary Condition of Cycling as Urban Mobility Presented at The Sociology of Contemporary Urban Life Seminar | 17 June 2016 | University of York
Lifeworld of the Mamils: An interpretative phenomenological analysis of motives, experiences, and aspirations of emergent sports cyclists. Presented at the session: Approaching Everyday Sport: socio-cultural geographic perspectives on sports, exercise and fitness. Royal Geographical Society Annual International Conference, 1-4 September 2015. University of Exeter.
Understanding How the Built and Social Environment Shapes Willingness and Ability to Cycle in Later Life Presented at 1st International Transport and Health Conference | 6-8 July 2015 | UCL, London [Download 1,585KB PDF]
Velo-mobile atmospheres: capturing and representing the multi-sensual cycling experience Presented at Atmospheres | 1-2 July 2015 | Morgan Centre, Manchester [Download 2,298KB PDF]
Velo-mobility and an Ageing society: The UK cycle BOOM study Presented at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM) Transport and Health Seminar Series | 28 April 2015 | London [Download 943KB PDF]
Cycling in an Ageing Society: A Critical Mobilities Perspective Presented at the TSU Oxford Seminar | 26 November 2014 | Oxford University [Prezi presentation]
Cycling in an Ageing Society: A Critical Mobilities Perspective [Keynote by Dr. Tim Jones] Presented at the Nationaal Fietscongress | 20 November 2014 | Zwolle, The Netherlands [Prezi presentation]
A Cycling Future for Ageing Populations Presented at the 10th Anniversary Cosmobilities Conference: Networked Urban Mobilities | 5 – 7 November 2014 | Copenhagen [Prezi presentation]
Space for oldies? Ageing society, older people and the UK ‘cycle boom’ Presented at the Cycling and Society Annual Symposium 2014 | 8 September 2014 | Newcastle [Download 1,408KB PDF]
Approaches to re-allocating road space for walking and cycling: what needs to happen? Cycling and Walking: Infrastructure that Works. LANDOR LINKS Conference, 13 November 2013, KIA Oval, London.
Voice of the Mamils: An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis of motives, experiences and aspirations of new sports cyclists. Presented at 10th Cycling and Society Symposium, Llangollen, Wales 9th-10th September, 2013.
Household Decision Making for Everyday Travel: The case of cycling Shifting Gears: Making cycling a policy priority for health and sustainability, 2 July 2013, University of the West of England.
The Challenges of Understanding Walking and Cycling in English Cities Making Mixed Methods Work in Transport Research Workshop, organised by EPSRC Disruption project and Travel Behaviours Network, 20 June 2013, Leeds.
Economic, Social and Cultural Transformation and the Role of the Bicycle in Brazil. 6 June 2013, City Hall, Pelotas, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil.
Sahlqvist, S., Jones, T., Song, Y., Goodman, A., Bull, F., Powell, J., & Ogilvie, D. Evaluating new infrastructure for walking and cycling: understanding the how and why? Presented at the International Society of Behavioural nutrition and Physical Activity annual meeting; Ghent, Belgium; 22-25th May, 2013. Symposium.
Economic, social and cultural transformation and the role of the bicycle in Brazil. 9th Cycling and Society Research Group Symposium, 3-4th September 2012, University of East London.
Smith, L., Sahlqvist, S., Jones, T, Cooper, A., & Ogilvie, D. 2012. Is Independent mobility associated with mode of travel to or from school in high school students? Oral Presentation at the 2012 meeting of the International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, Austin, Texas.
The application of an extended theory of planned behaviour to understand cycling intentions: The UK iConnect study. 5th International Conference on Traffic and Transport Psychology. August 29-31st 2012, University of Groningen, The Netherlands.
Moving around the city: the future role of walking and cycling.Future Urban Mobility Seminar Series. 15th November 2011, Oxford Brookes University.
Understanding the Relationship Between Urban Form and Walking and Cycling. Approach to measuring built environment – analysis and conclusions. Presentation at EPSRC Understanding Walking and Cycling, 8th September, London and 13th September 2011, Lancaster.
Mobile Interviews Cycling: the experience of walking and cycling in British urban areas. Presentation at EPSRC Understanding Walking and Cycling final conferences, 8th September, London and 13th September 2011, Lancaster.
Understanding Everyday Walking and Cycling in Cities: Identities, Practices, Experiences and Visions. 27th Annual Q Methodology Conference 7th - 9th September 2011, University of Birmingham.
Understanding everyday cycling in cities: identities, practices, experiences and visions, 8th Cycling and Society Research Group Symposium , 5th September 2011, Glasgow School of Art.
Understanding Walking and Cycling (UWAC): Key results and policy implicationsRGS-IBG Annual International Conference 31st August - 2nd September 2011, RGS London.
Understanding the Relationship Between Urban Form and Walking and Cycling, RGS-IBG Annual International Conference 31st August - 2nd September 2011, RGS London.
Analysis of Social Psychological Measures for the iConnect Baseline Survey,iConnect National Seminar, 14th July 2011, Girton College, University of Cambridge.
The contribution of urban form in encouraging everyday walking and cycling in English cities.Mobil-TUM Conference, Making Sustainable Mobilities - Interdisciplinary Perspectives, April 7th - 8th 2011, Munich.
Shaw, B., Watson, B. & Jones, T. 'A poverty of mobility? Children's Independent Mobility in England and Germany 2010 compared with 1990 and 1971' Child in the City 5th International Conference. 27th - 29th October 2010, Florence.
Pooley, C., Jones, T. et al. 'Can increased walking and cycling really contribute to the reduction of transport-related carbon emissions?' Royal Geographical Society-Institute of British Geographers Annual International Conference 1st - 3rd September 2010, London.
Understanding Walking and Cycling: Interim Findings from a Multi-Method Approach to Investigate Household Decision Making in Relation to Short Journeys in Urban Areas.World Conference on Transport Research, Lisbon, 11th - 15th July 2010.
Effects of Urban Traffic-free Paths on Everyday Cycling. World Conference on Transport Research, Lisbon, 11th - 15th July 2010.
The Role of Urban Traffic-Free Paths in Getting People on Bicycles. Paper presented as part of Sustainable Transitions, Culture and Values theme at Royal Geographical Society-Institute of British Geographers Annual Conference. 26th - 28th August 2009, Manchester.
Understanding Walking and Cycling: A Multi-Method Approach to Investigating Household Decision Making in Relation to Short Journeys in Urban Areas. Paper presented at Cycling and Society Research Group Symposium, University of Bolton, 7th September 2009.
From Mud to Macadam - The impact of recreational cycling on utility cycling in the UK.Velo-City International Conference, September 2003, Paris.
Urban regeneration agency