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Bouzouina L. (2024). Editorial Note: Regional Sustainable Development in the North of Africa. Regional Science Policy & Practice, vol. 16, n° 3, 171. DOI : https://doi.org/10.1016/S1757-7802(24)00171-9.

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Havet N., Bouzouina L. (2024). Bicycle use in the university community: Empirical analysis using MobiCampus-UdL data (Lyon, France). Journal of Transport and Land Use, vol. 17, n° 1. Special Issue: Modeling Choice Behavior of Cyclists & Pedestrians in Urban Areas, 299-320. DOI : https://doi.org/10.5198/jtlu.2024.2450.

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Gardrat M., de Abreu Silva J., Abdelhai L., Chlond B., Clifton K., Colaço R., Di Ciommo F. (2024). Workshop synthesis: Commercial trips patterns and demand for goods from firms and households. Transportation Research Procedia, vol. 76, n° Part of special issue : 12th International Conference on Transport Survey Methods, 650-656. DOI : https://doi.org/10.1016/j.trpro.2023.12.087.

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Ortar N., Rérat P. (dir.) (2024). Cycling Through the Pandemic: Tactical Urbanism and the Implementation of Pop-Up Bike Lanes in the Time of COVID-19. Cham : Springer International Publishing, IX, 250 p. (The Urban Book Series, ISSN 2365-757X). eISBN 978-3-031-45308-3.

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Lesteven G. (dir.) (2024). Systèmes de mobilité urbaine dans le monde. UK : ISTE editions, 320 p. (Encyclopédie Sciences. Géographie et démographie. Géographie des réseaux d'infrastructure et des mobilités). ISBN 9781789481549 / eISBN 9781789491548.

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Lejoux P., Flipo A., Ortar N., Ovtracht N., Souche-Le Corvec S. (2024). Coworking spaces: a way of promoting more sustainable mobility and lifestyles? The example of the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region of France. In Tremblay D.-G., Krauss G. (ed.) The Coworking (R)evolution. Working and Living in New Territories. London (UK) : Edward Elgar Publishing, pp. 160-173. ISBN 978-1-80220-917-4.

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Demoraes F., Ovtracht N., Tabaka K., Duché S., Mericskay B., Sieper C. (2024). The Spatial Dimension of “Pop-Up Cycle Paths” in Metropolitan Areas a Comparative Study of France and Colombia. In Ortar N., Rérat P. (ed.) Cycling Through the Pandemic: Tactical Urbanism and the Implementation of Pop-Up Bike Lanes in the Time of COVID-19. Cham : Springer International Publishing, pp. 169-195. (The Urban Book Series, ISSN 2365-757X). eISBN 978-3-031-45308-3.

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Thébert M., Eskenazi M., Adam M., Baudelle G., Chapelon L., Lammoglia A., Lejoux P., Marrec S., Poisson A., Zimmermann M. (2024). Public Action in Times of Crisis: Trajectories of Cycling Policies in Four French Cities. In Ortar N., Rérat P. (ed.) Cycling Through the Pandemic: Tactical Urbanism and the Implementation of Pop-Up Bike Lanes in the Time of COVID-19. Cham : Springer International Publishing, pp. 45-69. (The Urban Book Series, ISSN 2365-757X). eISBN 978-3-031-45308-3.

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Ortar N., Chapelon L., Depeau S., Feildel B., Lammoglia A., Poisson A., Sayagh D., Barbé L., Hentgen-Izaguirre A. (2024). Changing Cycling Practices and Covid Cycle Lanes in Five French Cities. In Ortar N., Rérat P. (ed.) Cycling Through the Pandemic: Tactical Urbanism and the Implementation of Pop-Up Bike Lanes in the Time of COVID-19. Cham : Springer International Publishing, pp. 221-250. (The Urban Book Series, ISSN 2365-757X). eISBN 978-3-031-45308-3.

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