Senior Scientist at the Center of Transport Planning and Traffic Engineering, Institute of Transportation Research, Vienna University of Technology, Austria.
Tadej Brezina, born in Ljubljana, Slovenia, studied civil engineering at TU Vienna, Austria, with a specialization in transport and infrastructure. Brezina is currently a Senior Scientist at TU Vienna’s Research Center of Transport Planning and Traffic Engineering.
Besides hosting two lecture series on public transport and active mobility, his research comprises rail commuting potentials, public transit services in commuter-belt municipalities, the infrastructural circumstances of cyclists, barriers in cycling policy implementation, or the relationship of public transport and bike-sharing.
Recently, Tadej Brezina has published work on the impact of COVID-19 lockdowns on mobility behaviour, the mental barriers in planning for cycling, and barriers to trans-national passenger rail services in the Western Balkans.