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2021

Buehler R, Heinen E, Nakamura K. 2021. Bicycle Parking. In: Pucher J; Buehler R (eds.) Cycling for Sustainable Cities.
Heinen E, Handy S. 2021. Programs and Policies Promoting Cycling. In: Pucher J; Buehler R (eds.) Cycling for Sustainable Cities.

2020

Heinen E, Mattioli G. 2020. Multimodality and sustainable transport: a critical perspective. In: Appel A; Scheiner J; Wilde M (eds.) Mobilität, Erreichbarkeit, Raum. 1. Studien zur Mobilitäts- und Verkehrsforschung.
Mladenović MN, Stead D, Milakis D, Pangbourne K, Givoni M. 2020. Governance cultures and sociotechnical imaginaries of self-driving vehicle technology: Comparative analysis of Finland, UK and Germany. In: Milakis D; Thomopoulos N; van Wee B (eds.) Policy Implications of Autonomous Vehicles. Advances in Transport Policy and Planning.
Mullen C. 2020. Governing a Risky Relationship Between Sustainability and Smart Mobility. In: Finck M; Lamping M; Moscon V; Richter H (eds.) Smart Urban Mobility - Law, Regulation, and Policy. MPI Studies on Intellectual Property and Competition Law.
Pangbourne K. 2020. Challenge, Coordination, and Collaboration for Effective Rural Mobility Solutions. In: Amaral AM; Barreto L; Baltazar S; Silva JP; Gonçalves L (eds.) Implications of Mobility as a Service (MaaS) in Urban and Rural Environments: Emerging Research and Opportunities.
Pettit C, Stimson B, Barton J, Goldie X, Greenwood P, Lovelace R, Eagleson S. 2020. Open access, open source and cloud computing: a glimpse into the future of GIS. In: Geertman S; Stillwell J (eds.) Handbook of Planning Support Science.
Singleton PA, De Vos J, Heinen E, Pudāne B. 2020. Potential health and well-being implications of autonomous vehicles. In: Dimitris M; Thomopoulos N; van Wee B (eds.) Policy implications of Autonomous Vehicles. Advances in Transport Policy and Planning.
Aittoniemi E, Barnard Y, Harrison G, Innamaa S, Malin F, Rämä P. 2020. Towards a method for getting a grip on societal impacts of automated driving. TRA2020: the 8th Transport Research Arena
Kolarova V, Ertl D, Aittoniemi E, Harrison G, Touliou K, Barnard Y, Naendrup-Poell L. 2020. Assessing user expectations, requirements, and concerns toward automated driving progressed by internet of things – a user-centric development approach. TRA2020: the 8th Transport Research Arena
Philips I, Shadbolt C. 2020. SPATIAL MICROSIMULATION OF ANNUAL CAR KM TRAVELLED BY PURPOSE. European Transport Conference
Rakoff HE, Smith S, Innamaa S, Barnard Y, Harrison G, Shaw J. 2020. Building feedback into modelling impacts of automated vehicles: Developing a consensus model and quantitative tool. TRA2020: the 8th Transport Research Arena
Alhassan IB, Matthews B, Toner JP, Susilo YO. 2020. The Movingo integrated ticket: seamless connections across the mälardalen region of Sweden. Transportation Planning and Technology.
An Z, Heinen E, Watling D. 2020. When you are born matters: An age-period-cohort analysis of multimodality. Travel Behaviour and Society.
Faulconbridge J, Jones I, Marsden G, Anable J. 2020. Work, ICT and travel in multinational corporations: the synthetic work mobility situation. New Technology, Work and Employment.
Greg Marsden, Jillian Anable, Chatterton T, Docherty I, Faulconbridge J, Murray L, Roby H, Shires J. 2020. Studying disruptive events: Innovations in behaviour, opportunities for lower carbon transport policy?. Transport Policy.
Guimarães T. 2020. Accessibility, equity and efficiency: Challenges for transport and public services, Karst T. Geurs, Roberto Patuelli, Tomaz Ponce Dentinho (Eds.), Edward Elgar, Cheltenham (UK) and Northampton (USA) (2016), (GBP 81 (hardback) ISBN 978-1-78471-788-9). Journal of Transport Geography. 83
Harrison G, Grant-Muller SM, Hodgson FC. 2020. New and emerging data forms in transportation planning and policy: Opportunities and challenges for “Track and Trace” data. Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies. 117
Harrison G, Gühnemann A, Shepherd S. 2020. The Business Case for a Journey Planning and Ticketing App—Comparison between a Simulation Analysis and Real-World Data. Sustainability. 12.10
Hubau W, Lewis SL, Phillips OL, Affum-Baffoe K, Beeckman H, Cuní-Sanchez A, Daniels AK, Ewango CEN, Fauset S, Mukinzi JM, Sheil D, Sonké B, Sullivan MJP, Sunderland TCH, Taedoumg H, Thomas SC, White LJT, Abernethy KA, Adu-Bredu S, Amani CA, Baker TR, Banin LF, Baya F, Begne SK, Bennett AC, Benedet F, Bitariho R, Bocko YE, Boeckx P, Boundja P, Brienen RJW, Brncic T, Chezeaux E, Chuyong GB, Clark CJ, Collins M, Comiskey JA, Coomes DA, Dargie GC, de Haulleville T, Kamdem MND, Doucet J-L, Esquivel-Muelbert A, Feldpausch TR, Fofanah A, Foli EG, Gilpin M, Gloor E, Gonmadje C, Gourlet-Fleury S, Hall JS, Hamilton AC, Harris DJ, Hart TB, Hockemba MBN, Hladik A, Ifo SA, Jeffery KJ, Jucker T, Yakusu EK, Kearsley E, Kenfack D, Koch A, Leal ME, Levesley A, Lindsell JA, Lisingo J, Lopez-Gonzalez G, Lovett JC, Makana J-R, Malhi Y, Marshall AR, Martin J, Martin EH, Mbayu FM, Medjibe VP, Mihindou V, Mitchard ETA, Moore S, Munishi PKT, Bengone NN, Ojo L, Ondo FE, Peh KS-H, Pickavance GC, Poulsen AD, Poulsen JR, Qie L, Reitsma J, Rovero F, Swaine MD, Talbot J, Taplin J, Taylor DM, Thomas DW, Toirambe B, Mukendi JT, Tuagben D, Umunay PM, van der Heijden GMF, and 7 other authors. 2020. Asynchronous carbon sink saturation in African and Amazonian tropical forests. Nature. 80-87 579.7797
Hui A, Marsden G. 2020. Steering the future of travel demand: an interview with Greg Marsden about building dialogues and changing practices. Applied Mobilities.
Lovelace R, Beecham R, Heinen E, Vidal Tortosa E, Yang Y, Slade C, Roberts A. 2020. Is the London Cycle Hire Scheme becoming more inclusive? An evaluation of the shifting spatial distribution of uptake based on 70 million trips. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice. 1-15 140
Lovelace R, Parkin J, Cohen T. 2020. Open access transport models: A leverage point in sustainable transport planning. Transport Policy. 47-54 97
Lovelace R, Talbot J, Morgan M, Lucas-Smith M. 2020. Methods to prioritise pop-up active transport infrastructure and their application in a national cycleway prioritisation tool. Transport Findings. July
Marsden G, Docherty I, Dowling R. 2020. Parking futures: Curbside management in the era of ‘new mobility’ services in British and Australian cities. Land Use Policy. 91
Marsden G, Reardon L. 2020. Introduction to Special Section on Transport Governance. Transport Policy.
Morgan M, Lovelace R. 2020. Travel flow aggregation: Nationally scalable methods for interactive and online visualisation of transport behaviour at the road network level. Environment and Planning B: Urban Analytics and City Science.
Mullen C, Marsden G, Philips I. 2020. Seeking protection from precarity? Relationships between transport needs and insecurity in housing and employment. Geoforum. 4-13 109
Musgrave J, Jopson A, Jamson S. 2020. Travelling to a Sport Event: Profiling Sport Fans Against the Transtheoretical Model of change. Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Research.
Nash C, Matthews B, Smith A. 2020. The impact of rail industry restructuring on incentives to adopt innovation: A case study of Britain. Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part F: Journal of Rail and Rapid Transit. 331-337 234.3
Pangbourne K, Bennett S, Baker A. 2020. Persuasion Profiles to Promote Pedestrianism: Effective Targeting of Active Travel Messages. Travel Behaviour and Society. 300-312 20
Pangbourne K, Mladenović MN, Stead D, Milakis D. 2020. Questioning mobility as a service: Unanticipated implications for society and governance. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice. 35-49 131
Philips I. 2020. An Agent Based Model to Estimate Lynx Dispersal if Re-Introduced to Scotland. Applied Spatial Analysis and Policy. 161-185 13.1
Reardon L, Marsden G. 2020. Exploring the role of the state in the depoliticisation of UK transport policy. Policy and Politics. 223-240 48.2
Santos T, Silva MA, Fernandes VA, Marsden G. 2020. Resilience and Vulnerability of Public Transportation Fare Systems: The Case of the City of Rio De Janeiro, Brazil. Sustainability. 12.2
Shannon C, Stebbing PD, Quinn CH, Warren DA, Dunn AM. 2020. The effectiveness of e-Learning on biosecurity practice to slow the spread of invasive alien species. Biological Invasions.
Sullivan MJP, Lewis SL, Affum-Baffoe K, Castilho C, Costa F, Sanchez AC, Ewango CEN, Hubau W, Marimon B, Monteagudo-Mendoza A, Qie L, Sonké B, Martinez RV, Baker TR, Brienen RJW, Feldpausch TR, Galbraith D, Gloor M, Malhi Y, Aiba S-I, Alexiades MN, Almeida EC, de Oliveira EA, Dávila EÁ, Loayza PA, Andrade A, Vieira SA, Aragão LEOC, Araujo-Murakami A, Arets EJMM, Arroyo L, Ashton P, Aymard C. G, Baccaro FB, Banin LF, Baraloto C, Camargo PB, Barlow J, Barroso J, Bastin J-F, Batterman SA, Beeckman H, Begne SK, Bennett AC, Berenguer E, Berry N, Blanc L, Boeckx P, Bogaert J, Bonal D, Bongers F, Bradford M, Brearley FQ, Brncic T, Brown F, Burban B, Camargo JL, Castro W, Céron C, Ribeiro SC, Moscoso VC, Chave J, Chezeaux E, Clark CJ, de Souza FC, Collins M, Comiskey JA, Valverde FC, Medina MC, da Costa L, Dančák M, Dargie GC, Davies S, Cardozo ND, de Haulleville T, de Medeiros MB, del Aguila Pasquel J, Derroire G, Di Fiore A, Doucet J-L, Dourdain A, Droissant V, Duque LF, Ekoungoulou R, Elias F, Erwin T, Esquivel-Muelbert A, Fauset S, Ferreira J, Llampazo GF, Foli E, Ford A, Gilpin M, Hall JS, Hamer KC, Hamilton AC, Harris DJ, Hart TB, Hédl R, Herault B, and 127 other authors. 2020. Long-term thermal sensitivity of Earth’s tropical forests. Science. 869-874 368.6493
Uttley J, Fotios S, Lovelace R. 2020. Road lighting density and brightness linked with increased cycling rates after-dark. PLOS ONE. 15.5
Wang G, Xu M, Grant-Muller S, Gao Z. 2020. Combination of tradable credit scheme and link capacity improvement to balance economic growth and environmental management in sustainable-oriented transport development: A bi-objective bi-level programming approach. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice. 459-471 137
Ojeda Cabral M, Dekker T, Batley R, Matthews B. 2020. Valuation and Appraisal of Accessibility in Rail (VAAR): an appraisal framework for improvements in accessibility for all.
Philips I, Anable J, Chatterton T. 2020. e-bike carbon savings – how much and where?.
Lovelace R, Talbot J, Morgan M, Lucas-Smith M. 2020. Methods to prioritise pop-up active transport infrastructure and their application in a national cycleway prioritisation tool.

2019

Lovelace R, Nowosad J, Muenchow J. 2019. Geocomputation with R. The R Series.
Guzman Jaramillo A, Philips I, Lucas K. 2019. Social impact assessment: the case of bus rapid transit in the city of Quito, Ecuador. In: Lucas K; Martens K; Di Ciommo F; Dupont-Kieffer A (eds.) Measuring Transport Equity.
Marsden G. 2019. Rebound. In: Rinkinen J; Shove E; Toritti J (eds.) Energy Fables: Challenging Ideas in the Energy Sector.
Mullen C. 2019. Transport Modes and Inequalities. In: International Encyclopedia of Transportation.
Brand C, Anable J. 2019. ‘Disruption’ and ‘continuity’ in transport energy systems: the case of the ban on new conventional fossil fuel vehicles. ECEEE 2019 Summer Study
Daramy-Williams E, Anable J, Grant-Muller S. 2019. Car use: Intentional, habitual or both? Insights from Anscombe and the mobility biography literature.. 51st Universities' Transport Study Group
Mattioli G, Anable J, Goodwin P. 2019. A week in the life of a car: a nuanced view of possible EV charging regimes. ECEEE 2019 Summer Study
Pearce M, Macklon G, Dallas M, Philips I. 2019. A spatial microsimulation approach to modelling capacity for active travel in Scotland. STAR Scottish Transport Applications and Research
Philips I, Anable J, Chatterton T. 2019. A small area estimation of the capability of individuals to replace car travel with walking, cycling and e-bikes and its implications for energy use. ECEEE Summer Study
Aldred R, Watson T, Lovelace R, Woodcock R. 2019. Barriers to investing in cycling: Stakeholder views from England. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice. 149-159 128
Alhassan IB, Matthews B, Toner JP, Susilo YO. 2019. Revisiting public transport service delivery: exploring rail commuters’ attitudes towards fare collection and verification systems. European Journal of Transport and Infrastructure Research. 310-331 19.4
Brand C, Anable J, Morton C. 2019. Lifestyle, efficiency and limits: modelling transport energy and emissions using a socio-technical approach. Energy Efficiency. 187-207 12.1
Cepeda Zorrilla M, Hodgson F, Jopson A. 2019. Exploring the influence of attitudes, social comparison and image and prestige among non-cyclists to predict intention to cycle in Mexico City. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour. 327-342 60
Daramy-Williams E, Anable J, Grant-Muller S. 2019. A systematic review of the evidence on plug-in electric vehicle user experience. Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment. 22-36 71
Daramy-Williams E, Anable J, Grant-Muller S. 2019. Car Use: Intentional, Habitual, or Both? Insights from Anscombe and the Mobility Biography Literature. Sustainability. 11.24
El Rashidy RAH, Grant-Muller S. 2019. A composite resilience index for road transport networks. Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers - Transport. 174-183 172.3
Figueroa Martínez C, Hodgson F, Mullen C, Timms P. 2019. Walking through deprived neighbourhoods: Meanings and constructions behind the attributes of the built environment. Travel Behaviour and Society. 171-181 16
Goodman A, Rojas IF, Woodcock J, Aldred R, Berkoff N, Morgan M, Abbas A, Lovelace R. 2019. Scenarios of cycling to school in England, and associated health and carbon impacts: Application of the ‘Propensity to Cycle Tool’. Journal of Transport and Health. 263-278 12
Guimarães T, Lucas K. 2019. O papel da equidade no planejamento de transporte coletivo urbano no Brasil. Transportes. 76-92 27.4
Guimarães T, Lucas K, Timms P. 2019. Understanding how low-income communities gain access to healthcare services: A qualitative study in São Paulo, Brazil. Journal of Transport and Health. 15
Gómez Vilchez JJ, Smyth A, Kelleher L, Lu H, Rohr C, Harrison G, Thiel C. 2019. Electric Car Purchase Price as a Factor Determining Consumers’ Choice and their Views on Incentives in Europe. Sustainability. 11.22
Heinen E, Buehler R. 2019. Bicycle parking: a systematic review of scientific literature on parking behaviour, parking preferences, and their influence on cycling and travel behaviour. Transport Reviews. 630-656 39.5
Heinen E, Mattioli G. 2019. Does a high level of multimodality mean less car use? An exploration of multimodality trends in England. Transportation. 1093-1126 46.4
Heinen E, Mattioli G. 2019. Multimodality and CO2 emissions: a relationship moderated by distance. Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment. 179-196 75
Hubau W, De Mil T, Van den Bulcke J, Phillips OL, Angoboy Ilondea B, Van Acker J, Sullivan MJP, Nsenga L, Toirambe B, Couralet C, Banin LF, Begne SK, Baker TR, Bourland N, Chezeaux E, Clark CJ, Collins M, Comiskey JA, Cuni-Sanchez A, Deklerck V, Dierickx S, Doucet J-L, Ewango CEN, Feldpausch TR, Gilpin M, Gonmadje C, Hall JS, Harris DJ, Hardy OJ, Kamdem M-ND, Kasongo Yakusu E, Lopez Gonzalez G, Makana J-R, Malhi Y, Mbayu FM, Moore S, Mukinzi J, Pickavance G, Poulsen JR, Reitsma J, Rousseau M, Sonké B, Sunderland T, Taedoumg H, Talbot J, Tshibamba Mukendi J, Umunay PM, Vleminckx J, White LJT, Zemagho L, Lewis SL, Beeckman H. 2019. The persistence of carbon in the African forest understory. Nature Plants.
Liang L, Xu M, Grant-Muller S, Mussone L. 2019. Household travel mode choice estimation with large-scale data—an empirical analysis based on mobility data in Milan. International Journal of Sustainable Transportation.
Liu Q, Lucas K, Marsden G. 2019. Public acceptability of congestion charging in Beijing, China: How transferrable are Western ideas of public acceptability?. International Journal of Sustainable Transportation.
Liu Q, Lucas K, Marsden G, Liu Y. 2019. Egalitarianism and public perception of social inequities: A case study of Beijing congestion charge. Transport Policy. 47-62 74
Lovelace R. 2019. Book review: Transport Justice Designing Fair Transport Systems by Karel Martens. 2017. New York Routledge £40.99. ISBN 978-0415638326. Journal of Transport Geography. 79
Lovelace R, Morgan M, Hama L, Padgham M. 2019. stats 19: A package for working with open road crash data. The Journal of Open Source Software. 4.33
Lyons G, Marsden G. 2019. Opening out and closing down: the treatment of uncertainty in transport planning’s forecasting paradigm. Transportation.
Marsden G. 2019. Book review: Forecasting Urban Travel: Past, Present and Future. David Boyce. University of Illinois at Chicago and Northwestern University, USA and Huw Williams. Cardiff University, Edward Elgar Publishing, (£126.00 (Hardback), £32.00 (Paperback and eBook), ISBN: 978-1-84844-960-2 (Hardback), ISBN: 978 1 78471 360 7 (Paperback) ISBN 978-1-78471-359-1 (eBook)). Journal of Transport Geography. 164-165 75
Marsden G, McDonald NC. 2019. Institutional issues in planning for more uncertain futures. Transportation. 1075-1092 46.4
Mattioli G, Philips I, Anable J, Chatterton T. 2019. Vulnerability to motor fuel price increases: Socio-spatial patterns in England. Journal of Transport Geography. Journal of Transport Geography. 98-114 78
Middlemiss L, Ambrosio-Albalá P, Emmel N, Gillard R, Gilbertson J, Hargreaves T, Mullen C, Ryan T, Snell C, Tod A. 2019. Energy poverty and social relations: A capabilities approach. Energy Research & Social Science. 227-235 55
Monsivais P, Francis O, Lovelace R, Chang M, Strachan E, Burgoine T. 2019. Correction: Data visualisation to support obesity policy: case studies of data tools for planning and transport policy in the UK. International Journal of Obesity. 43.8
Morgan M, Young M, Lovelace R, Hama L. 2019. OpenTripPlanner for R. Journal of Open Source Software. 4.44
Moscholidou I, Pangbourne K. 2019. A preliminary assessment of regulatory efforts to steer smart mobility in London and Seattle. Transport Policy.
Munyombwe T, Lovelace R, Green MP, Norman P, Walpole S, Hall M, Timmis A, Batin P, Brownlee A, Brownlee J, Ged O, Gale CP. 2019. Association of prevalence of active transport to work and incidence of myocardial infarction: A nationwide ecological study. European Journal of Preventive Cardiology.
Philips I, Walmsley A, Anable J. 2019. A scoping indicator identifying potential impacts of all-inclusive MaaS taxis on other modes in Manchester. Transport Findings.
Roxburgh N, Dabo G, Shin KJ, William R, Managi S, Lovelace R, Meng J. 2019. Characterising climate change discourse on social media during extreme weather events. Global Environmental Change. 50-60 54
Shannon CF, Quinn CH, Sutcliffe C, Stebbing P, Dally T, Glover A, Dunn AM. 2019. Exploring knowledge, perception of risk and biosecurity practices among researchers in the UK: a quantitative survey. Biological Invasions. 303-314 21.2
Wilson T, Lovelace R, Evans AJ. 2019. A Path Toward the Use of Trail Users’ Tweets to Assess Effectiveness of the Environmental Stewardship Scheme: An Exploratory Analysis of the Pennine Way National Trail. Applied Spatial Analysis and Policy. 71-99 12.1
Brand C, Anable J, Philips I, Morton C. 2019. Transport Energy Air pollution Model (TEAM): Methodology Guide. In: Transport Energy Air pollution Model (TEAM): Methodology Guide.

2018

Marsden G, Reardon L. 2018. Governance of the Smart Mobility Transition. Emerald Points.
Mullen C, Marsden G. 2018. The car as a safety-net: narrative accounts of the role of energy intensive transport in conditions of housing and employment uncertainty. In: Hui A; Day R; Walker G (eds.) Demanding energy.
Pangbourne K. 2018. Mobility and Ageing: a review of interactions between transport and technology from the perspective of older people. In: Curl A; Musselwhite C (eds.) Geographies of Transport and Ageing.
Pangbourne K, Stead D, Mladenovic M, Milakis D. 2018. The Case of Mobility as a Service: A Critical Reflection on Challenges for Urban Transport and Mobility Governance. In: Marsden G; Reardon L (eds.) Governance of the Smart Mobility Transition.
Grant-Muller S, Hodgson F, Harrison G, Malleson N, Redferen T, Snowball R. 2018. Transport-Health Equity Outcomes from mobile phone location data - a case study. Internet and Big Data in Economics and Social Sciences: CARMA 2018
Lovelace R, Morgan M. 2018. Using Geocomputation to explore the active travel impacts of new roads and railways. GISRUK 2018 - 26th Annual GIScience Research UK Conference
Lovelace R, Parkin J. 2018. Estimating the Determinants of Cycling: From Area to Road Network Levels. ICTH 2018: 4th International Conference on Transport & Health
Morton C, Mattioli G, Anable J. 2018. A Framework for Assessing Spatial Vulnerability to the Introduction of Low Emission Zones: A case study of Edinburgh, Scotland. 50th Annual Universities' Transport Study Group
Philips I. 2018. Data associated with 'Capability to make journeys by walking or cycling for English Output Areas'.
Chatterton T, Anable J, Cairns S, Wilson RE. 2018. Financial Implications of Car Ownership and Use: a distributional analysis based on observed spatial variance considering income and domestic energy costs. Transport Policy. 30-39 65
Docherty I, Marsden G, Anable J. 2018. The Governance of Smart Mobility. Transportation Research, Part A: Policy and Practice. 114-125 115
Docherty I, Shaw J, Marsden GR, Anable J. 2018. The curious death – And life? – of British transport policy. Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy. 1458-1479 36.8
Hamersma M, Heinen E, Tillema T, Arts J. 2018. Understanding Resident Satisfaction with Involvement in Highway Planning: In-depth interviews during a highway planning process in the Netherlands. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management. 1224-1249 61.7
Harrison G, Gómez Vilchez JJ, Thiel C. 2018. Industry strategies for the promotion of E-mobility under alternative policy and economic scenarios. European Transport Research Review. 10.2
Heinen E. 2018. Are multimodals more likely to change their travel behaviour? A cross-sectional analysis to explore the theoretical link between multimodality and the intention to change mode choice.. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour. 200-214 56
Heinen E, Kamruzzaman M, Turrell G. 2018. The public bicycle-sharing scheme in Brisbane, Australia: Evaluating the influence of its introduction on changes in time spent cycling amongst a middle- and older-age population. Journal of Transport & Health. 56-73 10
Heinen E, Van Wee B, Panter J, Mackett R, Ogilvie D. 2018. Residential self-selection in quasi-experimental and natural experimental studies: an extended conceptualisation of the relationship between the built environment and travel behaviour. Journal of Transport and Land Use. 939-959 11.1
Hrelja R, Rye T, Mullen C. 2018. Partnerships between operators and public transport authorities. Working practices in relational contracting and collaborative partnerships. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice. 327-338 116
Lovelace R, Ellison R. 2018. stplanr: A Package for Transport Planning. The R Journal. 7-23 10.2
Lucas K, Philips I, Mulley C, Ma L. 2018. Is transport poverty socially or environmentally driven? Comparing the travel behaviours of two low-income populations living in central and peripheral locations in the same city. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice. 622-634 116
Martínez CF, Hodgson F, Mullen C, Timms P. 2018. Creating inequality in accessibility: The relationships between public transport and social housing policy in deprived areas of Santiago de Chile. Journal of Transport Geography. 102-109 67
Mattioli G, Lucas K, Marsden G. 2018. Reprint of Transport poverty and fuel poverty in the UK: From analogy to comparison. Transport Policy. 114-125 65
May AD, Khreis H, Mullen C. 2018. Option generation for policy measures and packages: the role of the KonSULT knowledgebase. Case Studies on Transport Policy. 311-318 6.3
Monsivais P, Francis O, Lovelace R, Chang M, Strachan E, Burgoine T. 2018. Data visualisation to support obesity policy: Case studies of data tools for planning and transport policy in the UK. International Journal of Obesity. 1977-1986 42.12
Moreno-Monroy AI, Lovelace R, Ramos FR. 2018. Public transport and school location impacts on educational inequalities: Insights from São Paulo. Journal of Transport Geography. 110-118 67
Morton C, Anable J, Yeboah G, Cottrill C. 2018. The spatial pattern of demand in the early market for electric vehicles: Evidence from the United Kingdom. Journal of Transport Geography. 119-130 72
Morton C, Lovelace R, Philips I, Anable J. 2018. Fuel price differentials and car ownership: A spatial analysis of diesel cars in Northern Ireland. Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment. 755-768 63
Morton C, Wilson C, Anable J. 2018. The diffusion of domestic energy efficiency policies: A spatial perspective. Energy Policy. 77-88 114
Philips I, Watling D, Timms P. 2018. Estimating Individual Physical Capability (IPC) to make journeys by bicycle. International Journal of Sustainable Transportation. 324-340 12.5
Poku-Boansi M, Marsden G. 2018. Bus Rapid Transit Systems as a Governance Reform Project. Journal of Transport Geography. 193-202 70
Porter L, Stone J, Legacy C, Curtis C, Harris J, Fishman E, Kent J, Marsden G, Reardon L, Stilgoe J. 2018. The Autonomous Vehicle Revolution: Implications for Planning/The Future Driverless City?/Autonomous Vehicles – A Planner’s Response/Autonomous Vehicles: Opportunities, Challenges and the Need for Government Action/Three Signs Autonomous Vehicles Will Not Lead to Less Car Ownership and Less Car Use in Car Dependent Cities – A Case Study of Sydney, Australia/Planning for Autonomous Vehicles? Questions of Purpose, Place and Pace/Ensuring Good Governance: The Role of Planners in the Development of Autonomous Vehicles/Putting Technology in its Place. Planning Theory and Practice. 753-778 19.5
Shannon C, Quinn CH, Stebbing PD, Hassall C, Dunn AM. 2018. The practical application of hot water to reduce the introduction and spread of aquatic invasive alien species. Management of Biological Invasions Casas-Monroy O (eds.). 417-423 9.4
Sutcliffe C, Quinn CH, Shannon C, Glover A, Dunn AM. 2018. Exploring the attitudes to and uptake of biosecurity practices for invasive non-native species: views amongst stakeholder organisations working in UK natural environments. Biological Invasions. 399-411 20.2
Woodcock J, Abbas A, Ullrich A, Tainio M, Lovelace R, Sá TH, Westgate K, Goodman A. 2018. Development of the Impacts of Cycling Tool (ICT): A modelling study and web tool for evaluating health and environmental impacts of cycling uptake. PLoS Medicine. 15.7
Xu M, Mussone L, Grant-Muller S. 2018. Effects of a tradable credits scheme on mobility management: a household utility based approach incorporating travel money and travel time budgets. Case Studies on Transport Policy. 432-438 6.3
Ziv G, Hassall C, Bartkowski B, Cord AF, Kaim A, Kalamandeen M, Landaverde-Gonzalez P, Melo JLB, Seppelt R, Shannon C, Vaclavik T, Zoderer BM, Beckmann M. 2018. A bird’s eye view over ecosystem services in Natura 2000 sites across Europe. Ecosystem Services. 287-298 30.Part B
Lovelace R, Groot N, Adepeju M, Padgham M. 2018. Estimating cycling potential on route networks in Accra and Kathmandu.
Marsden GR, Dales J, Jones P, Seagriff E, Spurling N. 2018. All Change? The future of travel demand and the implications for policy and planning. In: All change? The future of travel demand and the implications for policy and planning.
Anwer I, Grant-Muller S. 2018. Perceptions Towards the Use of Intelligent Transport System Technologies by Earthquake Victims.

2017

Birkin M, Morris MA, Lovelace R, Birkin T. 2017. Using census data in microsimulation modelling. In: Stillwell J (eds.) The Routledge Handbook of Census Resources, Methods and Applications Unlocking the UK 2011 Census.
Jones I, Faulconbridge J, Marsden G, Anable J. 2017. Demanding business travel: the evolution of the timespaces of business practice. In: Hui A; Day R; Walker G (eds.) Demanding Energy: space, time and change.
Fridman-Rojas I, Lovelace R, Aldred R, Woodcock J, Goodman A. 2017. Assessing the Potential for Uptake of Cycling to School: A Case Study of England. Journal of Transport & Health
Lee G, Westland S, Matthews B, Cheung V. 2017. Designers Perspective: Colour as a catalyst for improving accessibility. 13th AIC International Congress
Lovelace R, Fridman-Rojas I, Long R. 2017. New tools of the trade? The potential and pitfalls of ’Machine Learning’ and ’DAGs’ to model origin-destination data. 2017 International Conference on GeoComputation
Lovelace R, Hernández-Herrador V, Herrera-Sánchez J, Calvo-Salazar M. 2017. Internationally Scalable and Publicly Accessible Tools for Prioritising Investment in Active Travel. Journal of Transport & Health
Mattioli G, Philips I, Anable J, Chatterton T. 2017. Developing an index of vulnerability to motor fuel price increases in England. 49th Annual Universities' Transport Study Group
Philips I, Anable J, Cairns S, Emmerson P, Chatterton T. 2017. A SPATIAL TYPOLOGY OF CAR USAGE AND ITS LOCAL DETERMINANTS IN ENGLAND. 49th Annual Universities Transport Studies Group Conference
Woodcock J, Goodman A, Lovelace R, Aldred R. 2017. Applying the Propensity to Cycle Tool: Case Studies from England. Journal of Transport & Health
Brand C, Cluzel C, Anable J. 2017. Modeling the uptake of plug-in vehicles in a heterogeneous car market using a consumer segmentation approach. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice. 121-136 97
Cottrill C, Gault P, Yeboah G, Nelson JD, Anable J, Budd T. 2017. Tweeting Transit: An examination of social media strategies for transport information management during a large event. Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies. 421-432 77
Fyhri A, Heinen E, Fearnley N, Sundfør HB. 2017. A push to cycling - Exploring the e-bike’s role in overcoming barriers to bicycle use with a survey and an intervention study. International Journal of Sustainable Transportation. 681-695 11.9
Hamersma M, Heinen E, Tillema T, Arts J. 2017. The development of highway nuisance perception. Experiences of residents along the Southern Ring Road in Groningen, the Netherlands.. Land Use Policy. 553-563 61
Hamersma M, Heinen E, Tillema T, Arts J. 2017. New highway development in the Netherlands: A residents’ perspective. Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment. 326-339 51
Harrison G, Thiel C. 2017. An exploratory policy analysis of electric vehicle sales competition and sensitivity to infrastructure in Europe. Technological Forecasting and Social Change. 165-178 114
Harrison G, Thiel C. 2017. Policy insights and modelling challenges: The case of passenger car powertrain technology transition in the European Union. European Transport Research Review. 9.3
Heinen E, Harshfield A, Panter J, Mackett R, Ogilvie D. 2017. Does exposure to new transport infrastructure result in modal shifts? Patterns of change in commute mode choices in a four-year quasi-experimental cohort study. Journal of Transport and Health. 396-410 6
Khreis H, May AD, Nieuwenhuijsen MJ. 2017. Health impacts of urban transport policy measures: A guidance note for practice. Journal of Transport & Health. 209-227 6
Kuflik T, Minkov E, Nocera S, Grant-Muller S, Gal-Tzur A, Shoor I. 2017. Automating a framework to extract and analyse transport related social media content: The potential and the challenges. Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies. 275-291 77
Lovelace R. 2017. David Boyce and Huw Williams, Forecasting urban travel: Past, present and future. Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design. 184-186 44.1
Marsden G, Reardon L. 2017. Questions of Governance: Rethinking the Study of Transportation Policy. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice. 238-251 101
Mattioli G, Anable J. 2017. Gross polluters for food shopping travel: an activity-based typology. Travel Behaviour and Society. 19-31 7
Mattioli G, Lucas K, Marsden G. 2017. Transport poverty and fuel poverty in the UK: From analogy to comparison. Transport Policy. 93-105 59
Morton C, Anable J, Nelson J. 2017. Consumer Structure in the Emerging Market for Electric Vehicles: Identifying market segments using cluster analysis. International Journal of Sustainable Transportation. 443-459 11.6
Morton C, Budd T, Harrison G, Mattioli G. 2017. Exploring the Expectations of Transport Professionals Concerning the Future Automobility System: Visions, challenges and transitions. International Journal of Sustainable Transportation. 493-506 11.7
Morton C, Lovelace R, Anable J. 2017. Exploring the effect of local transport policies on the adoption of low emission vehicles: Evidence from the London Congestion Charge and Hybrid Electric Vehicles. Transport Policy. 34-46 60
Padgham M, Lovelace R, Salmon M, Rudis B. 2017. osmdata. Journal of Open Source Software. 2.14
Pettifor H, Wilson C, Axsen J, Abrahamse W, Anable JL. 2017. Social influence in the global diffusion of alternative fuel vehicles – A meta-analysis. Journal of Transport Geography. 247-261 62
Philips I, Clarke G, Watling D. 2017. A Fine Grained Hybrid Spatial Microsimulation Technique for Generating Detailed Synthetic Individuals from Multiple Data Sources: An Application To Walking And Cycling. The International Journal of Microsimulation. 167-200 10.1
Phillips OL, Brienen RJW, RAINFOR collaboration. 2017. Carbon uptake by mature Amazon forests has mitigated Amazon nations' carbon emissions. Carbon Balance and Management. 12
Smith AP, Lovelace R, Birkin M. 2017. Population Synthesis with Quasirandom Integer Sampling. Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation. 40.4
Sullivan MJP, Talbot J, Lewis SL, Phillips OL, Qie L, Begne SK, Chave J, Cuni-Sanchez A, Hubau W, Lopez-Gonzalez G, Miles L, Monteagudo-Mendoza A, Sonké B, Sunderland T, ter Steege H, White LJT, Affum-Baffoe K, Aiba S, Almeida EC, Almeida de Oliveira E, Alvarez-Loayza P, Álvarez Dávila E, Andrade A, Aragão LEOC, Ashton P, Aymard C. GA, Baker TR, Balinga M, Banin LF, Baraloto C, Bastin J-F, Berry N, Bogaert J, Bonal D, Bongers F, Brienen R, Camargo JLC, Cerón C, Chama Moscoso V, Chezeaux E, Clark CJ, Cogollo Pacheco A, Comiskey JA, Cornejo Valverde F, Honorio Coronado E, Dargie G, Davies SJ, De Canniere C, Djuikouo K. MN, Doucet J-L, Erwin TL, Espejo JS, Ewango CEN, Fauset S, Feldpausch TR, Herrera R, Gilpin M, Gloor E, Hall J, Harris DJ, Hart TB, Kartawinata K, Khoon Kho L, Kitayama K, Laurance SGW, Laurance WF, Leal ME, Lovejoy T, Lovett J, Lukasu FM, Makana JR, Malhi Y, Maracahipes L, Marimon BS, Marimon BH, Marshall AR, Morandi PS, Mukendi JT, Mukinzi J, Nilus R, Núñez Vargas P, Pallqui Camacho NC, Pardo G, Peña-Claros M, Pétronelli P, Pickavance GC, Poulsen AD, Poulsen JR, Primack RB, Priyadi H, Quesada CA, Reitsma J, Réjou-Méchain M, Restrepo Z, Rutishauser E, Salim KA, Salomão RP, Samsoedin I, Sheil D, Sierra R, and 16 other authors. 2017. Diversity and carbon storage across the tropical forest biome. Scientific Reports. 7
Xu M, Grant-Muller S, Gao Z. 2017. Implementation Effects and Integration evaluation of a Selection of Transport Management Measures in Beijing. Case Studies on Transport Policy. 604-614 5.4
Xu M, Grant-Muller SM. 2017. Tradable Credits Scheme on Urban Travel Demand: A Linear Expenditure System Approach and Simulation in Beijing. Transportation Research Procedia. 2938-2952 25
Xu M, Wang G, Grant-Muller S, Gao Z. 2017. Joint road toll pricing and capacity development in discrete transport network design problem. Transportation. 731-752 44.4
Xu M; Grant-Muller S; Mussone L; Liang L; IEEE (2017) Characteristics of household mobility for Milan: A statistical investigation of underlying determinants 2017 IEEE International Conference on Environment and Electrical Engineering and 2017 IEEE Industrial and Commercial Power Systems Europe (EEEIC / I&CPS Europe)
Cairns S, Anable JL, Chatterton T, Wilson RE, Morton C. 2017. MOToring along: The lives of cars seen through licensing and test data.
Fisher K, Holzwarth S, Chong J, Grant-Muller S. 2017. How Placemaking and Positive Incentives Can Enhance Urban Walkability and Revolutionize the Citizens’ Experience of Streets as Public Spaces ( symposia ).
Muller SG, Hodgson F, Malleson N, Snowball R. 2017. Enhancing Energy, Health and Security Policy by Extracting, Enriching and Interfacing Next Generation Data in the Transport domain (A study on the use of Big Data in cross-sectoral policy development).

2016

Gillespie C, Lovelace R. 2016. Efficient R Programming: A Practical Guide to Smarter Programming.
Lovelace R, Dumont M. 2016. Spatial Microsimulation with R.
Hodgson FC. 2016. Structures of Disadvantage and Acts of Resistance: Remembering, Skilling, History and Gender. In: Divall C; Hine J; Pooley C (eds.) Transport Policy Learning Lessons from History. Transport and Society.
Lovelace R, Dumont M. 2016. Spatial Microsimulation with R.
Mattioli G, Lucas K, Marsden G. 2016. The affordability of household transport costs: quantifying the incidence of car-related economic stress in Great Britain. 48th Annual Universities' Transport Study Group
Wells S, Pangbourne K. 2016. Using Argumentation within Sustainable Transport Communication. 1st European Conference on Argumentation
Chatterton TJ, Anable J, Barnes J, Yeboah G. 2016. Mapping household direct energy consumption in the United Kingdom to provide a new perspective on energy justice. Energy Research and Social Science. 71-87 18
Elias D, Nadler F, Cornwell I, Grant-Muller S, Heinrich T. 2016. UNIETD – Assessment of Third Party Data as Information Source for Drivers and Road Operators. Transportation Research Procedia. 2035-2043 14
Hamersma M, Heinen E, Tillema T, Arts J. 2016. Residents' responses to proposed highway projects: Exploring the role of governmental information provision. Transport Policy. 56-57 49
Harrison G, Krause J, Thiel C. 2016. Transitions and Impacts of Passenger Car Powertrain Technologies in European Member States. Transportation Research Procedia. 2620-2629 14
Heinen E. 2016. Identity and travel behaviour: A cross-sectional study on commute mode choice and intention to change. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour. 238-253 43
Heinen E, Ogilvie D. 2016. Variability in baseline travel behaviour as a predictor of changes in commuting by active travel, car and public transport: a natural experimental study. Journal of Transport and Health. 77-85 3.1
Jones T, Harns L, Heinen E. 2016. Motives, perceptions and experiences of electric bicycle owners and implications for health, wellbeing and mobility. Journal of Transport Geography. 41-49 53
Khreis H, Warsow KM, Verlinghieri E, Guzman A, Pellecuer L, Ferreira A, Jones I, Heinen E, Rojas-Rueda D, Mueller N, Schepers P, Lucas K, Nieuwenhuijsen M. 2016. The health impacts of traffic-related exposures in urban areas: Understanding real effects, underlying driving forces and co-producing future directions. Journal of Transport and Health. 249-267 3.3
Kolosz B, Grant-Muller S. 2016. Sustainability assessment approaches for intelligent transport systems: The state of the art. IET Intelligent Transport Systems. 287-297 10.5
Lovelace R. 2016. Mapping out the future of cycling. Get Britain Cycling Huseyin D (eds.). 22-24 5
Lovelace R, Birkin M, Cross P, Clarke M. 2016. From Big Noise to Big Data: Toward the Verification of Large Data sets for Understanding Regional Retail Flows. Geographical Analysis. 59-81 48.1
Lovelace R, Goodman A, Aldred R, Berkoff N, Abbas A, Woodcock J. 2016. The Propensity to Cycle Tool: An open source online system for sustainable transport planning. Journal of Transport and Land Use. 10.1
Lovelace R, Roberts H, Kellar I. 2016. Who, where, when: the demographic and geographic distribution of bicycle crashes in West Yorkshire. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour. 277-293 41.Part B
Marsden GR, Groer S. 2016. Do Institutional Structures Matter? A Comparative Analysis of Urban Carbon Management Policies in the UK and Germany. Journal of Transport Geography. 170-179 51
Mattioli G, Anable J, Vrotsou K. 2016. Car dependent practices: findings from a sequence pattern mining study of UK time use data. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice. 56-72 89
Morton C, Anable J, Nelson JD. 2016. Exploring consumer preferences towards electric vehicles: The influence of consumer innovativeness. Research in Transportation Business and Management. 18-28 18
Morton C, Anable J, Nelson JD. 2016. Assessing the importance of car meanings and attitudes in consumer evaluations of electric vehicles. Energy Efficiency. 495-509 9.2
Morton C, Caulfield B, Anable J. 2016. Customer perceptions of quality of service in public transport: Evidence for bus transit in Scotland. Case Studies on Transport Policy. 199-207 4.3
Mullen C, Marsden G. 2016. Mobility justice in low carbon energy transitions. Energy Research & Social Science. 109-117 18
Panter J, Heinen E, Mackett R, Ogilvie D. 2016. Impact of New Transport Infrastructure on Walking, Cycling, and Physical Activity.. American Journal of Preventive Medicine. e45-e53 50.2
Parkes SD, Jopson A, Marsden G. 2016. Understanding travel behaviour change during mega-events: Lessons from the London 2012 Games. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice. 104-119 92
Pasaoglu G, Harrison G, Jones L, Hill A, Beaudet A, Thiel C. 2016. A system dynamics based market agent model simulating future powertrain technology transition: Scenarios in the EU light duty vehicle road transport sector. Technological Forecasting and Social Change. 133-146 104
Prins RG, Panter J, Heinen E, Griffin SJ, Ogilvie DB. 2016. Causal pathways linking environmental change with health behaviour change: Natural experimental study of new transport infrastructure and cycling to work. Preventive Medicine. 175-182 87
Pérez-Fortes M, Schöneberger JC, Boulamanti A, Harrison G, Tzimas E. 2016. Formic acid synthesis using CO₂ as raw material: Techno-economic and environmental evaluation and market potential. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy. 16444-16462 41.37
Scheiner J, Chatterjee K, Heinen E. 2016. Key events and multimodality: a life course approach. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice. 148-165 91
Simcock N, Mullen C. 2016. Energy demand for everyday mobility and domestic life: Exploring the justice implications. Energy Research and Social Science. 1-6 18
Thiel C, Drossinos Y, Krause J, Harrison G, Gkatzoflias D, Donati AV. 2016. Modelling Electro-mobility: An Integrated Modelling Platform for Assessing European Policies. Transportation Research Procedia. 2544-2553 14
Thomopoulos N, Harrison G. 2016. An ethical assessment of low carbon vehicles using cost benefit analysis. International Journal of Automotive Technology and Management. 227-227 16.3
Uttley J, Lovelace R. 2016. Cycling promotion schemes and long-term behavioural change: A case study from the University of Sheffield. Case Studies on Transport Policy. 133-142 4.2
Xu M, Grant-Muller S. 2016. Trip mode and travel pattern impacts of a Tradable Credits Scheme: A case study of Beijing. Transport Policy. 72-83 47
Xu M, Grant-Muller S. 2016. VMT reduction and potential environmental effects with a tradable credits scheme: a simulation case study of Great Britain. International Journal of Sustainable Development and World Ecology. 514-525 23.6
Xu M, Lam WHK, Gao Z, Grant-Muller S. 2016. An activity-based approach for optimisation of land use and transportation network development. Transportmetrica B. 111-134 4.2
Lovelace R. 2016. Book Review: The Data Revolution: Big Data, Open Data, Data Infrastructures and Their Consequences, by Rob Kitchin. Journal of Regional Science.
Mullen C. 2016. Freedom Of Movement: Transforming Transport Planning For Social And Environmental Justice.
Guzman A; Philips I; Lucas K; Marsden G (2016) Power relations in the development of bus rapid transit in Quito, Ecuador 14th World Conference on Transport Research (WCTR). Shanghai, China
Lucas K; Philips I; Mulley C; Ma L (2016) Is Transport Poverty Socially or Environmentally Driven? Comparing the Travel Behaviours of Two Low-Income Populations Living in Central and Peripheral Locations in the Same City World Conference on Transport Research. Shanghai, China
Mullen CA; Marsden G (2016) Unconsidered futures: Limits of economic assumptions in forecasts for electric vehicles DEMAND Centre Conference, Lancaster. Lancaster
Philips I (2016) Developing an agent based model to estimate lynx movement in relation to Scottish habitat The Future of Wild Europe. University of Leeds, UK
Lucas K, Philips I, Nellthorp J, Reardon L, Laird J, Verlinghieri E. 2016. Social Assessment of Section 3 of the A465 Heads of the Valleys Road: Brynmawr to Tredegar. In: Social Assessment of Section 3 of the A465 Heads of the Valleys Road: Brynmawr to Tredegar.
Marsden G, Atkinson P, Burkinshaw J, Edwards H, Jones I, Lucas K, Mattioli G, Palmer K, Reardon L, Wadud Z, Whiteing T, Cepeda M, Morley J. 2016. Part 1: New trends in transport demand and related impact on transport systems and patterns. In: Research for Tran Committee - The World is Changing. Transport, Too..
Wadud Z, Anable J. 2016. Automated vehicles: Automatically low carbon?.

2015

Bache POPI, Bartle I, Marsden G, Flinders M. 2015. Multilevel Governance and Climate Change Insights from Transport Policy.
Gudmundsson H, Hall RP, Marsden G, Zietsman J. 2015. Sustainable Transportation Indicators, Frameworks, and Performance Management.
Cheshire J, Lovelace R. 2015. Spatial data visualisation with R. In: Brunsdon C; Singleton A (eds.) Geocomputation: A Practical Primer.
Grant-Muller SM, Gal-Tzur A, Minkov E, Kuflik T, Nocera S, Shoor I. 2015. Transport Policy: Social Media and User-Generated Content in a Changing Information Paradigm. In: Social Media for Government Services.
May A, Liu R, Shepherd S. 2015. Road Congestion. In: Nash C (eds.) Handbook of Research Methods and Applications in Transport Economics and Policy. Handbooks of Research Methods and Applications Series.
Norman PD. 2015. The changing geography of deprivation in Britain: exploiting small area census data 1971 to 2011. 23rd GIS Research UK Conference (GISRUK 2015)
Philips I. 2015. Development and application of a two stage hybrid spatial microsimulation technique to provide inputs to a model of capacity to walk and cycle.. GIS Research UK conference (GISRUK)
Philips I, Watling D, Timms P. 2015. Improving estimates of capacity of populations to make journeys by walking and cycling: An individual modelling process applied to whole populations using spatial microsimulation. Universities Transport Studies Group Annual Conference (UTSG 2015)
Pérez-Fortes M, Boulamanti A, Harrison G, Schöneberger JC, Peteves ETS. 2015. Methanol and formic acid synthesis using captured CO2 as raw material: Technoeconomic and environmental assessments. Advances in Fossil Energy R and D 2015 - Topical Conference at the 2015 AIChE Annual Meeting
Matthews B. 2015. Sharing Some Thoughts on Shared Space and the Equality Act.
Bache I, Reardon L, Bartle I, Flinders M, Marsden G. 2015. Symbolic Meta-Policy: (Not) Tackling Climate Change in the Transport Sector. Political Studies. 830-851 63.4
Beecroft M, Pangbourne K. 2015. Future prospects for personal security in travel by public transport. Transportation Planning and Technology. 131-148 38.1
Beecroft M, Pangbourne K. 2015. Personal security in travel by public transport: the role of traveller information and associated technologies. IET Intelligent Transport Systems. 167-174 9.2
Brienen RJW, Phillips OL, Feldpausch TR, Gloor E, Baker TR, Lloyd J, Lopez-Gonzalez G, Monteagudo-Mendoza A, Malhi Y, Lewis SL, Vásquez Martinez R, Alexiades M, Álvarez Dávila E, Alvarez-Loayza P, Andrade A, Aragão LEOC, Araujo-Murakami A, Arets EJMM, Arroyo L, Aymard C GA, Bánki OS, Baraloto C, Barroso J, Bonal D, Boot RGA, Camargo JLC, Castilho CV, Chama V, Chao KJ, Chave J, Comiskey JA, Cornejo Valverde F, da Costa L, de Oliveira EA, Di Fiore A, Erwin TL, Fauset S, Forsthofer M, Galbraith DR, Grahame ES, Groot N, Hérault B, Higuchi N, Honorio C E, Keeling H, Killeen TJ, Laurance WF, Laurance S, Licona J, Magnussen WE, Marimon BS, Marimon-Junior BH, Mendoza C, Neill DA, Nogueira EM, Núñez P, Pallqui Camacho NC, Parada A, Pardo-Molina G, Peacock J, Peña-Claros M, Pickavance GC, Pitman NCA, Poorter L, Prieto A, Quesada CA, Ramírez F, Ramírez-Angulo F, Restrepo Z, Roopsind A, Rudas A, Salomão RP, Schwarz M, Silva N, Silva-Espejo JE, Silveira M, Stropp J, Talbot J, ter Steege H, Teran-Aguilar J, Terborgh J, Thomas-Caesar R, Toledo M, Torello-Raventos M, Umetsu RK, van der Heijden GMF, van der Hout P, Guimarães Vieira IC, Vieira SA, Vilanova E, Vos VA, Zagt RJ. 2015. Long-term decline of the Amazon carbon sink. Nature. 344-348 519.7543
Chatterton T, Barnes J, Wilson RE, Anable J, Cairns S. 2015. Use of a novel dataset to explore spatial and social variations in car type, size, usage and emissions. Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment. 151-164 39
Clark M, Gifford K, Anable J, Le Vine S. 2015. Business-to-business carsharing: evidence from Britain of factors associated with employer-based carsharing membership and its impacts. Transportation. 471-495 42.3
Curl A, Nelson JD, Anable J. 2015. Same question, different answer: A comparison of GIS-based journey time accessibility with self-reported measures from the National Travel Survey in England. Computers, Environment and Urban Systems. 86-97 49
El-Rashidy RAH, Grant-Muller SM. 2015. An operational indicator for network mobility using fuzzy logic. Expert Systems with Applications. 4582-4594 42.9
Fauset S, Johnson MO, Gloor E, Baker TR, Monteagudo M A, Brienen RJW, Feldpausch TR, Lopez-Gonzalez G, Malhi Y, Ter Steege H, Pitman NCA, Baraloto C, Engel J, Pétronelli P, Andrade A, Camargo JLC, Laurance SGW, Laurance WF, Chave J, Allie E, Vargas PN, Terborgh JW, Ruokolainen K, Silveira M, Aymard C GA, Arroyo L, Bonal D, Ramirez-Angulo H, Araujo-Murakami A, Neill D, Hérault B, Dourdain A, Torres-Lezama A, Marimon BS, Salomão RP, Comiskey JA, Réjou-Méchain M, Toledo M, Licona JC, Alarcón A, Prieto A, Rudas A, Van Der Meer PJ, Killeen TJ, Marimon Junior BH, Poorter L, Boot RGA, Stergios B, Torre EV, Costa FRC, Levis C, Schietti J, Souza P, Groot N, Arets E, Moscoso VC, Castro W, Coronado ENH, Peña-Claros M, Stahl C, Barroso J, Talbot J, Vieira ICG, Van Der Heijden G, Thomas R, Vos VA, Almeida EC, Davila E, Aragão LEOC, Erwin TL, Morandi PS, De Oliveira EA, Valadão MBX, Zagt RJ, Van Der Hout P, Loayza PA, Pipoly JJ, Wang O, Alexiades M, Cerón CE, Huamantupa-Chuquimaco I, Di Fiore A, Peacock J, Camacho NCP, Umetsu RK, De Camargo PB, Burnham RJ. 2015. Hyperdominance in Amazonian forest carbon cycling. Nature Communications. 6
Foley L, Panter J, Heinen E, Prins R, Ogilvie D. 2015. Changes in active commuting and changes in physical activity in adults: a cohort study. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity. 1-12 12
Grant-Muller SM, Gal-Tzur A, Minkov E, Nocera S, Kuflik T, Shoor I. 2015. Enhancing transport data collection through social media sources: Methods, challenges and opportunities for textual data. IET Intelligent Transport Systems. 407-417 9.4
Hamersma M, Heinen E, Tillema T, Arts J. 2015. Residential moving intentions at highway locations: The trade-off between nuisances and accessibility in the Netherlands. Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment. 130-141 35
Heinen E, Chatterjee K. 2015. The same mode again? An exploration of mode choice variability in Great Britain using the National Travel Survey. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice. 266-282 78
Heinen E, Panter J, Dalton A, Jones A, Ogilvie D. 2015. Sociospatial patterning of the use of new transport infrastructure: Walking, cycling and bus travel on the Cambridgeshire guided busway. Journal of Transport & Health. 199-211 2.2
Heinen E, Panter J, Mackett R, Ogilvie D. 2015. Changes in mode of travel to work: a natural experimental study of new transport infrastructure. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity. 12
Ison S, May AD. 2015. Urban transport policy: An introduction. Case Studies on Transport Policy. 1-2 3.1
Kolosz B, Grant-Muller S. 2015. Extending cost-benefit analysis for the sustainability impact of inter-urban Intelligent Transport Systems. Environmental Impact Assessment Review. 167-177 50
Kolosz B, Grant-Muller S. 2015. Comparing smart scheme effects for congested highways. Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies. 313-323 60
Kolosz BW, Grant-Muller SM. 2015. Appraisal and evaluation of interurban ITS: A european survey. IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems. 1070-1087 16.3
Linton CL, Grant-Muller S, Gale WF. 2015. Approaches and techniques for modelling CO2 emissions from road transport. Transport Reviews. 533-553 35.4
Lovelace R, Birkin M, Ballas D, van Leeuwen E. 2015. Evaluating the performance of Iterative Proportional Fitting for spatial microsimulation: new tests for an established technique. Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation. 18.2
Lovelace R, Oldroyd RA. 2015. Teaching R as a GIS: problems, solutions and lessons learned. Geomatics Workbooks Brovelli MA; Minghini M; Negretti M (eds.). 67-71 12
Matthews B, Edwards SJ, Partington D, Blythe P. 2015. Technology to support independent travel in the UK. Proceedings of the ICE - Municipal Engineer. 168.1
May AD. 2015. Encouraging good practice in the development of Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans. Case Studies on Transport Policy. 3-11 3.1
May AD, Huzayyin AS. 2015. CODATU-XV: An introduction. Case Studies on Transport Policy. 251-252 3.2
Mullen C, Marsden G. 2015. Transport, economic competitiveness and competition: A city perspective. Journal of Transport Geography. 1-8 49
Mussone L, Grant-Muller S, Laird J. 2015. Sensitivity analysis of traffic congestion costs in a network under a charging policy. Case Studies on Transport Policy. 44-54 3.1
Pangbourne K, Roberts D. 2015. Small Towns and Agriculture: Understanding the Spatial Pattern of Farm Linkages. European Planning Studies. 494-508 23.3
Schepers P, Fishman E, Beelen R, Heinen E, Wijnen W, Parkin J. 2015. The mortality impact of bicycle paths and lanes related to physical activity, air pollution exposure and road safety. Journal of Transport and Health. 460-473 2.4
Tennøy A, Øksenholt KV, Fearnley N, Matthews B. 2015. Standards for usable and safe environments for sight impaired. Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers: Municipal Engineer. 24-31 168.1
Xu M, Grant-Muller S, Gao Z. 2015. Evolution and assessment of economic regulatory policies for expressway infrastructure in China. Transport Policy.
Xu M, Grant-Muller S, Huang HJ, Gao Z. 2015. Transport management measures in the post-Olympic Games period: Supporting sustainable urban mobility for Beijing?. International Journal of Sustainable Development and World Ecology. 50-63 22.1
Heinen E, Steiner RL, Geurs KT. 2015. Special issue: built environment and travel behaviour. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF TRANSPORT AND INFRASTRUCTURE RESEARCH.
Lovelace R. 2015. Book Review: Advanced Spatial Data Analysis with R, R. Bivand, E. Pebesma and V. Gomez-Rubio, Second Edition, Springer, Softcover and eBook, 405 pages, 2013. Applied Spatial Analysis and Policy.
Lovelace R. 2015. Book review. Journal of Transport Geography.
Pangbourne K, Lucas K, Curl A. 2015. Transport Geography Research Group at the 2014 RGS-IBG conference. Journal of Transport Geography.
Poslad S, Wang Z, Groenewolt B, Koolwaaij J, Hodgson F, Grant-Muller SM, Thomopoulos N, Carlson R, Schaefer C, Hjalmarsson A, Luther M. 2015. ‘Preliminary User, System Requirements Review and Specification'.
Lucas K; Mulley C; Ma L; Philips I (2015) Is Transport Poverty Socially or Environmentally Driven? Comparing the Travel Behaviours of Two Low-Income Populations Living in Central and Peripheral Locations in the Same City 14th International Conference on Travel Research Behaviour. Windsor, UK
Matthews B; Hibberd D; Speakman K (2015) The impact of street accessibility on travel and independence for disabled people 14th International Conference on Mobility and Transport for Elderly and Disabled Persons (TRANSED). Lisbon, Portugal
Matthews B; Wardman MR (2015) Travel apps for Disabled People: Evaluating their contribution towards inclusive transport The 14th International Conference on Mobility and Transport for Elderly and Disabled Persons (TRANSED). Lisbon, Portugal
Philips I; Lomax N; Verlinghieri E; Philips I (2015) Future resilience in urban transport Royal Geographical Society (With IBG) Annual International Conference. Exeter
Crawford F, Lovelace R. 2015. The benefits of getting England cycling.
Wheat PE, Smith A, Matthews B. 2015. D5.3: Access Charge Final Report. The sustainable freight railway: Designing the freight vehicle – track system for higher delivered tonnage with improved availability at reduced cost (SUSTRAIL).

2014

Lovelace R, McLoughlin A. 2014. Engineering in Development: Transport.
Marsden GR. 2014. Parking Policy. In: Ison S; Mulley C (eds.) Parking Issues and Policies. Transport and Sustainability.
Matthews B. 2014. pedestrian safety blind and elderly.
Matthews B. 2014. elderly and disabled travelers.
Matthews B. 2014. Road Pricing Schemes US and International.
Guimarães T, Maaß J, Gertz C. 2014. Integrating a Land Use Transport Model with a Serious Game for Supporting Planning Decisions under Rising Energy Prices. Transportation Research Procedia
Linton C, Grant-Muller S, Gale W. 2014. The effective use of excess capacity for low carbon Urban transport futures. WIT Transactions on Ecology and the Environment
Lovelace R, Malleson N, Harland K, Birkin M. 2014. Can social media data be useful in spatial modelling? A case study of ‘museum Tweets’ and visitor flows. GISRUK2014
Marsden G, Shires J, Ferreira A, Philips I, Cass N. 2014. Resilience and adaptation: an activity systems approach. Universities' Transport Study Group (UTSG) 46th Annual Conference
Matthews B, Tennøy A, Visnes Øksenholt K, Fearnley N. 2014. Searching for ways of improving usability, accessibility and safety for sight impaired people in complex transport environments.
Bache I, Bartle I, Flinders M, Marsden G. 2014. Blame games and climate change: accountability, multi-level governance and carbon management. The British Journal of Politics and International Relations. 1-20
Edwards P, Pignotti E, Mellish C, Eckhardt A, Ponnamperuma K, Bouttaz T, Philip L, Pangbourne K, Polhill G, Gotts N. 2014. Lessons learnt from the deployment of a semantic virtual research environment. Journal of Web Semantics. 70-77 27-28
El-Rashidy R, Grant-Muller SM. 2014. The evaluation of redundancy for road traffic networks.
El-Rashidy RA, Grant-Muller SM. 2014. An assessment method for highway network vulnerability. Journal of Transport Geography. 34-43 34
Gal-Tzur A, Grant-Muller SM, Kuflik T, Minkov E, Nocera S, Shoor I. 2014. The potential of social media in delivering transport policy goals. Transport Policy. 115-123 32
Galtzur A, Grant-Muller SM. 2014. The Impact of Social Media Usage on Transport Policy: Issues, Challenges and Recommendations. Elsevier Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences Minkov E; Nocera S (eds.).
Gertz C, Altenburg S, Guimarães T, Maaß J, Grießhammer R, Bergmann M, Betker F. 2014. Forschung für Nachhaltige EntwicklungenResearch for Sustainable Development. GAIA - Ecological Perspectives for Science and Society. 129-131 23.2
Grant-Muller S, Usher M. 2014. Intelligent Transport Systems: The propensity for environmental and economic benefits. Technological Forecasting and Social Change. 149-166 82.1
Grant-Muller S, Xu M. 2014. The Role of Tradable Credit Schemes in Road Traffic Congestion Management. Transport Reviews. 128-149 34.2
Grant-Muller SM, Gal-Tzur A. 2014. ‘A virtuous Cycle’. Thinking Cities. 52-531
Harrison G, Shepherd S. 2014. An interdisciplinary study to explore impacts from policies for the introduction of low carbon vehicles. Transportation Planning and Technology. 98-117 37.1
Heinen E, Bohte W. 2014. Multimodal Commuting to Work by Public Transport and Bicycle. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board. 111-122 2468.1
Johnson D, Hess S, Matthews B. 2014. Understanding air travellers' trade-offs between connecting flights and surface access characteristics. Journal of Air Transport Management. 70-77 34
Kolosz BW, Grant-Muller SM, Djemame K. 2014. A Macroscopic Forecasting Framework for Estimating Socioeconomic and Environmental Performance of Intelligent Transport Highways. IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems. 723-736 15.2
Lovelace R. 2014. Harnessing open street map data with R and QGIS. EloGeo.
Lovelace R. 2014. Overcoming car dependence: Review of “The car dependent society – a European perspective”. Environment and Planning B - Planning and Design. 948-949 41.5
Lovelace R. 2014. Jörg Friedrichs, The Future Is Not What It Used to Be: Climate Change and Energy Scarcity. Environmental Values. 221-224 23.2
Lovelace R. 2014. Jornadas de SIG Libre: a European digital mapping conference. Geoinformatics. 12-12 17.4
Lovelace R, Ballas D, Watson M. 2014. A spatial microsimulation approach for the analysis of commuter patterns: from individual to regional levels. Journal of Transport Geography. 282-296 34
Lovelace R, Philips I. 2014. The 'oil vulnerability' of commuter patterns: A case study from Yorkshire and the Humber, UK. Geoforum. 169-182 51
Lu C, Chen H, Grant-Muller SM. 2014. Indirect reinforcement learning for coordinated incident-responsive ramp control. Elsevier Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences.
Lucas K, Pangbourne K. 2014. Assessing the equity of carbon mitigation policies for transport in Scotland. Case Studies on Transport Policy. 70-80 2.2
Marsden G, Ferreira A, Bache I, Flinders M, Bartle I. 2014. Muddling through with climate change targets: a multi-level governance perspective on the transport sector. Climate Policy. 617-636 14.5
Marsden G, Mullen C, Bache I, Bartle I, Flinders M. 2014. Carbon reduction and travel behaviour: Discourses, disputes and contradictions in governance. Transport Policy. 71-78 35
May AD. 2014. Editorial for European Transport Research Review Vol 6 Issue 1. European Transport Research Review. 1-1 6.1
Morton C, Anable J, Brand C. 2014. Policy making under uncertainty in electric vehicle demand. Proceedings of the ICE - Energy. 125-138 167.3
Mullen C, Tight M, Whiteing A, Jopson A. 2014. Knowing their place on the roads: What would equality mean for walking and cycling?. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice. 238-248 61
Norwood P, Eberth B, Farrar S, Anable J, Ludbrook A. 2014. Active travel intervention and physical activity behaviour: An evaluation. Social Science and Medicine. 50-58 113
Pangbourne K, Alvanides S. 2014. Towards intelligent transport geography. Journal of Transport Geography. 231-232 34
Pooley CG, Horton D, Scheldeman G, Mullen C, Jones T, Tight M. 2014. 'You feel unusual walking': The invisible presence of walking in four English cities. JOURNAL OF TRANSPORT & HEALTH. 260-266 1.4
Pooley CG, Horton D, Scheldeman G, Mullen CA, Jones T, Tight M. 2014. 'You feel unusual walking’: the invisible presence of walking in English cities. Journal of Transport and Health. 260-266 1.4
Szczerbinska-Speakman K, Matthews B. 2014. Retrofitting an accessible highway: A user-led approach. Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers: Municipal Engineer. 207-213 167.4
Talbot J, Lewis SL, Lopez-Gonzalez G, Brienen RJW, Monteagudo A, Baker TR, Feldpausch TR, Malhi Y, Vanderwel M, Araujo Murakami A, Arroyo LP, Chao K-J, Erwin T, van der Heijden G, Keeling H, Killeen T, Neill D, Núñez Vargas P, Parada Gutierrez GA, Pitman N, Quesada CA, Silveira M, Stropp J, Phillips OL. 2014. Methods to estimate aboveground wood productivity from long-term forest inventory plots. Forest Ecology and Management. 30-38 320
Van der Jagt APN, Craig T, Anable J, Brewer MJ, Pearson DG. 2014. Unearthing the picturesque: The validity of the preference matrix as a measure of landscape aesthetics. Landscape and Urban Planning. 1-13 124
Velaga NR, Pangbourne K. 2014. Achieving genuinely dynamic road user charging: Issues with a GNSS-based approach. Journal of Transport Geography. 243-253 34
Lovelace R. 2014. Book Review "The future is not what it used to be: Climate change and energy scarcity". Environmental Values.
Lovelace R. 2014. Book Review: Sage Handbook of Transport Studies, by Jean-Paul Rodrigue, Theo Notteboom and Jon Shaw (eds),. Journal of Transport Geography.
El Rashidy R; Grant-Muller SM (2014) A Network Mobility Indicator Using A Fuzzy Logic Approach. 93rd TRB. Washington, USA
Gal-Tzur A; Grant-Muller SM; Kuflik T; Minkov E; Shoor I; Nocera S (2014) ‘Data Mining and Social Network Analysis for Transportation Research’ . XVI Conference of the SIET - Italian Association of Transport Economics and Logistics. Florence, Italy
Grant-Muller SM; Galtzur A; Minkov E; Kuflik T; Nocera S; Shoor I (2014) The efficacy of mining social media data for Transport Policy and Practice. 93rd TRB conference, Washington, USA
Laird JJ; Marsden G; Shires JD (2014) Evaluating transport and land use policies under disruption Universities Transport Studies Group (UTSG) Conference. Newcastle University, Newcastle
Matthews B; Wardman M (2014) Evaluating the Benefits of New Mobility Apps for Disabled Travellers 10th European ITS Congress. Helsinki

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Chatterjee K, Beecroft M, Lyons G, Marsden GR. 2001. Land use planning.
Grant-Muller SM, Laird JJ. 2007. Costs of Congestion: Literature Based Review of Methodologies and Analytical Approaches. 1/2006. Transport Research.
Lyons G, Chatterjee K, Marsden GR, Beecroft M. 2000. Society and lifestyles.
Lyons G, Marsden GR, Beecroft M, Chatterjee K. 2001. Transportation requirements.
Mackie PJ, Watson SM, Nellthorp J, Pearman AD. 2003. Cost-benefit analysis of transport projects.
Marsden GR. 2006. Wasted Miles, Wasted Money: A less congested, more energy efficient future.
Marsden GR, Lyons G, Beecroft M, Chatterjee K. 2002. Vehicles and infrastructure.
May AD. 2000. From Problems to Solutions: Integrating Transport in the City: Reconciling the economic, social and environmental dimensions.
Nakamura H, Hayashi Y, May AD. 2004. Urban Transport and the Environment: an international perspective.
Nash CA, Matthews B. 2005. Measuring the marginal social costs of transport.
Pooley CG, Jones T, Tight M, Horton D, Scheldeman G, Mullen CA, Jopson A, Strano E. 2013. Promoting walking and cycling: new perspectives on sustainable travel.
Widdows H, Mullen C, Manson NC, Holm S, Brownsword R, Wilson S, Hunter KG, Laurie GT, Edgar A, Chadwick R, Strange H. 2009. The Governance of Genetic Information: Who Decides?. 1st. Cambridge Law, Medicine and Ethics.
Barnard YF, Hodgson F, Bradley M, Lloyd AD. 2012. Exploring the acceptance of mobile technologies using walking interviews. In: de Waard D; Merat N; Jamson AH; Barnard YF; Carsten OMJ (eds.) Human Factors of Systems and Technology, Maastricht.
Bonsall PW, May AD. 1986. Route choice in congested urban networks. In: Heaver (eds.) Research for Tomorrow's Transport Requirements.
Bonsall PW, May AD. 1990. Evaluation of in-vehicle Route Guidance Systems. In: Committee WCTRS (eds.) Transport Policy, Management and Technology towards 2001.
Davoudi S. 2009. Planning for Climate Change.
Fowkes AS, May AD, Nash CA, Siu Y, Rees P. 1998. Forecasting Road Traffic Growth: demographic change and alternative policy scenarios. In: Banister D (eds.) Transport Policy and the Environment.
Fowkes AS, May AD, Nash CA, Siu YL, Rees PH. 1998. Forecasting road traffic growth: demographic change and alternative policy scenarios. In: Banister D (eds.) Transport policy and the environment.
Hodgson F. 2012. Structures of encounterability: Space, place, paths and identities. In: Mobilities: New Perspectives on Transport and Society.
Jaensirisak S, May AD, Wardman MR. 2003. Acceptability of Road User Charging: The Influence of Selfish and Social Perspectives. In: Schade J; Schlag B (eds.) Acceptability of Transport Pricing Strategies.
Jones T, Horton D, Mullen C, Pooley C, Scheldeman G, Strano E, Tight M. 2013. The role of street network connectivity and access to everyday facilities in shaping everyday walking and cycling in English cities,. In: Gerike R; Hülsmann F; Roller K (eds.) Strategies for Sustainable Mobilities.
Jopson A. 2007. A Land-Use – Transport Vision. In: Marshall; Banister (eds.) Land-Use and Transport Planning: European Perspectives on Integrated Policies.
Lawson A, Matthews B. 2005. Rights to accessible transport in Europe: A legal reality?. In: Barnes C; Mercer G (eds.) Implementing the Social Model of Disability: Europe and the majority world.
Lawson AMM, Matthews B. 2005. Dismantling Barriers to Transport by Law: The European Journey. In: Barnes C; Mercer G (eds.) The Social Model of Disability: Europe and the Majority World.
Lucas K, Pangbourne K. 2012. Chapter 11 Transport and Climate Change Policy in the United Kingdom: A Social Justice Perspective. In: Transport and Sustainability.
Marsden G, Bache I, Kelly CE. 2012. A policy perspective on transport and climate change issues. In: Chapman L; Ryley T (eds.) Transport and Climate Change, Volume 2.
Marsden G, Hess S. 2012. The scope for and potential impacts of the adoption of electric vehicles in uk surface transport. In: The Future of Electricity Demand: Customers, Citizens and Loads.
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Marsden GR, Beecroft M. 2002. A summary of the response to the fuel crisis in the UK. In: Lyons G; Chatterjee K (eds.) Transport lessons from the fuel tax protests of 2000.
Marsden GR, Bendixson T. 2006. Why national road user charging is not enough. In: Marsden G (eds.) Wasted Miles, Wasted Money: A less congested, more energy efficient future.
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Matthews B, Menaz B. 2008. Economic Perspectives on the Problem of Slot Allocation. In: Czerny AI; Forsyth P; Gillen D; Niemeier H-M (eds.) Airport Slots: International Experiences and Options for Reform.
Matthews B, Nellthorp J. 2011. National Road User Charging: Theory and implementation. In: Cars and Climate Policy.
May AD. 1996. Objectives, problems, constraints and opportunities. In: Coombe D (eds.) Guidelines for Developing Urban Transport Strategies.
May AD. 1996. The components of transport strategies. In: Coombe D (eds.) Guidelines for Developing Urban Transport Strategies.
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May AD. 1997. Transport policy. In: O'Flaherty CA (eds.) Transport Planning and Traffic Engineering.
May AD. 2004. Transport and land use instruments for a better environment. In: Nakamura; Hayashi; May (eds.) Urban transport and the environment: an international perspective.
May AD. 2005. Developing sustainable urban land use and transport strategies: a decision-makers' guidebook. In: Brussels: European Commission DGRTD, 2nd Edition.
May AD. 2013. DELIVERING A MORE SUSTAINABLE URBAN ENVIRONMENT THROUGH TRANSPORT POLICY PACKAGES.
May AD, Hayashi Y, Kii M, Mackett R. 2013. Introduction. In: Sustainable transport for Chinese cities..
May AD, Kelly CE, Shepherd SP. 2005. Integrated Transport Strategies. In: Button; Hensher (eds.) Handbook 6: Transport Strategy, Policy and Institutions.
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May AD, Milne DS. 2004. The Impact on Network Performance of Drivers' Response to Alternative Road Pricing Schemes. In: Santos (eds.) Road Pricing: Theory and Evidence.
May AD, Milne DS, Smith MJ, Ghali MO, Wisten MB. 1997. A comparison of four alternative road pricing systems. In: Hensher DA; King J; Oum T (eds.) Proceedings of the 7th World Conference on Transport Research.
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May AD, Shepherd SP, Koh A, Sumalee A. 2008. Design tools for road pricing cordons. In: Richardson HW; Bae C-HC (eds.) Road Congestion Pricing: Lessons from Europe and their Implications for the United States.
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Mullen CA. 2009. An investigation of the conception, management and regulation of tangible and intangible property in human tissue: the PropEur project. In: Steinmann M; Sýkora P; Wiesing U (eds.) Altruism reconsidered.
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Nash CA, Smith ASJ, Matthews B. 2005. Reforming Europe's Railways - Britain. In: Calthrop E; Ludewig J (eds.) Reforming Europe's Railways - An assessment of progress.
Nellthorp J, Grant-Muller SM, Chen H, Mackie P, Leleur S, Tsamboulas D, Pearman A, Larkinson J. 1999. Comparing the Economic Performance and Environmental Impact of Trans-European Road Networks: The EUNET Project and Assessment Tool. In: Medevielle J-P; Stimpson A; Addis R (eds.) Proceedings of the 2nd European Road Research Conference, Brussels, 7-9th June 1999.
Pooley CG, Horton D, Scheldeman G, Tight M, Harwatt H, Jopson A, Jones T, Chisholm A, Mullen C. 2012. Can increased walking and cycling really contribute to the reduction of transport-related carbon emissions?. In: Ryley T; Chapman L (eds.) Transport and Climate Change.
Pooley CG, Horton D, Scheldeman G, Tight M, Harwatt H, Jopson A, Jones T, Chisholm A, Mullen C. 2012. Chapter 7 The Role of Walking and Cycling in Reducing the Impacts of Climate Change. In: Transport and Sustainability.
Skea J. 2012. Energy 2050.
Sumalee A, Shepherd SP, May AD. 2003. The effect of demand variations on the location of optimal road pricing cordon. In: Bell; Iida MGHA; Y (eds.) Transport Network Reliability Analysis.
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Vincent-Jones P, Mullen C. 2010. From Collaborative to Genetic Governance: The Example of Healthcare Services in England. In: de Schutter O; Lenoble J (eds.) Reflexive Governance.
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Anable J. 2002. Picnics, pets, and pleasant places - The distinguishing characteristics of leisure travel demand. SOCIAL CHANGE AND SUSTAINABLE TRANSPORT
Atkinson S, Matthews B. 2011. Arena venues and travel behaviour – a case study of Sheffield Hallam Arena. 43rd Annual UTSG conference
Ballantyne EEF, Marsden G, Whiteing A. 2011. Urban freight in the UK: analysing the contrast between local authority and freight operator perspectives. 23rd Nordic Logistics Research Network (NOFOMA) Conference
Beswick A, Matthews B. 1997. Ways and Means of Financing and Reopening of Redundant railways. Railway Reopening
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Bonsall PW, May AD. 1990. Evaluation of route guidance systems. Proc of CSS seminar "Resolving Traffic Conflict"
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Bristow AL, Pridmore AM, Tight MR, May AD. 2004. Low Carbon Transport Futures: How Acceptable are They?. 10th World Conference on Transport Research
Clavering J, Grant-Muller SM, Collop M, Hyman G. 1997. Removing Double counting from RSI Databases.. Proceedings of the 25th European Transport Forum Annual meeting, Sept 1997, pp 131-142
Edwards P, Mellish C, Pignotti E, Ponnamperuma K, Bouttaz T, Eckhardt A, Pangbourne K, Philip L, Farrington J. 2012. DEMO: ourSpaces – A Provenance Enabled Virtual Research Environment. 4th International Provenance and Annotation Workshop (IPAW 2012)
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Gonzalez Gonzalez E, Marsden G, Smith AE. 2010. How important are environmental factors in the case for high speed rail? A comparison of the United Kingdom and Spain. 12th World Conference on Transport Research
Hess S, Marsden G, Shires J, Jopson A, Muir H. 2010. Analysing rail travellers' desire for reducing carbon emissions from personal travel. Transportation Research Board (TRB) 89th Annual Meeting
Hess S, Shires J, Jopson A. 2013. Accommodating underlying pro-environmental attitudes in a rail travel context: Application of a latent variable latent class specification. Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment
Hills PJ, Liu R, May AD, Schmoecker J, Shepherd SP. 2003. Characterising congestion on urban road networks. Proceedings of the 9th World Conference on Transport Research
Jaensirisak S, May AD, Wardman MR. 2001. Effects of road pricing systems on acceptability. 4th Conference of the Eastern-Asia-Society-for-Transportation-Studies
Jaensirisak S, May AD, Wardman MR. 2001. Acceptability of road user charging: sensitivity to system characteristics and individuals' perspectives. THINK-UP Workshop, "Policy Factors and Mobility Prediction: Transport Planning & Modelling", Vienna
Jaensirisak S, May AD, Wardman MR. 2002. Acceptability and effectiveness of road user charging. 29th European Transport Conference
Jaensirisak S, May AD, Wardman MR. 2002. Designing acceptable and effective road user charging schemes. International Conference on Seamless and Sustainable Transport, Singapore, November 2002
Jaensirisak S, Sumalee A, May AD. 2002. Assessment of Congestion Charging Schemes: UK Case Study. 8th National Convention on Civil Engineering, Thailand, 2002
Jopson A. 2004. Assessing New Transport Policy Instruments. Proceedings of 10th WCTR, Istanbul, July 2004
Jopson A. 2004. The Role of Norms in Mode Choice. Proceedings of International Conference on Traffic and Transport Psychology, Nottingham, UK
Jopson A, Marsden G, Envall P. 2007. Using transport planning to tackle social exclusion. 11th World Conference on Transport Research
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Koh ATM, May AD, Blackledge D, Fioretto M. 2010. Road user charging and implications for transport policy: Findings from the CURACAO project. World Conference on Transport Research 2010
Lu C, Chen H, Grant-Muller S. 2013. An indirect reinforcement learning approach for ramp control under incident-induced congestion. IEEE Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems, Proceedings, ITSC
Marsden G. 2004. What role do targets have in transport planning?. 36th Universities’ Transport Study Group Conference
Marsden G. 2008. Finding a way through the indicator jungle.. 6th UK Transport Practioners Annual Meeting
Marsden G. 2009. Impacts of performance management on transport planning organizations: evidence from England.. 88th Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting
Marsden G. 2011. Innovation and diffusion theory: application to local transport planning policies. 43rd Universities' Transport Study Group Conference
Marsden G. 2011. Influencing the roll out of good policies: an evaluation of governance tools. 90th Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting
Marsden G, Bache I, Bartle I, Docherty I, Ferreira A, Flinders M, Mullen C, Rye T. 2013. The realities of carbon management – why governance matters in the transport sector. 45th Universities' Transport Study Group Conference
Marsden G, Ballantyne EEF, Whiteing AE. 2011. An analysis of local authority views and treatment of urban freight in the UK. 43rd Universities' Transport Study Group Conference
Marsden G, Docherty I. 2012. Is disruption a useful metaphor for policy change?. World Conference on Transport Research Society Special Interest Group 10 (Urban Transport Policy) Workshop
Marsden G, Frick KT, May AD, Deakin E. 2010. The importance and difficulty of policy learning across cities. 12th World Conference on Transport Research
Marsden G, Frick KT, May, A D, Deakin E. 2010. The transfer of innovative policies between cities to promote sustainability: case study evidence. 89th Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting
Marsden G, Jopson A, Cattan M, Woodward J. 2007. Transport and older people: integrating transport planning tools with user needs. 11th World Conference on Transport Research
Marsden G, Jopson A, Harwatt H, Kimble M. 2009. Better Informed, Better Behaved? Public Attitudes to Climate Change and Transport: Empirical Findings from England. Transportation Research Board (TRB) 88th annual meeting
Marsden G, Kelly C, Nellthorp J. 2009. The likely impacts of target setting and performance rewards in local transport. Transport Policy
Marsden G, Kimble M, Jopson A, Harwatt H, King S. 2009. What does the public want to know about climate change and what difference does it make?. Seventh Transport Practitioners Annual Meeting - Ideas and Reality
Marsden G, Kimble MG, Nellthorp J. 2007. The impacts of a sustainability appraisal on transport strategy selection. 39th Universities’ Transport Study Group Conference
Marsden G, King S. 2009. Using deliberative methods to understand travel choices in the context of climate change. 88th Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting
Marsden G, Lyons G, Anable J, Ison SG, Cherrett TJ, Lucas K. 2010. Opportunities and options for transport policy. 42nd Universities' Transport Study Group Conference
Marsden G, May AD, Frick KT, Deakin E. 2009. How do cities approach policy innovation and policy learning? Lessons from Europe. 7th Transport Practitioners Annual Meeting
Marsden G, Mullen C. 2012. The framing of transport policy. World Conference on Transport Research Society Special Interest Group 10 (Urban Transport Policy) Workshop
Marsden G, Pinkney S. 2013. Measuring and benchmarking user satisfaction with transportation. Proceedings of the 92nd Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting
Marsden G, Rye T. 2008. The governance of transport and climate change. Royal Geographical Annual Conference
Marsden GR, Bonsall PW. 2004. Understanding the role of performance targets in transport policy. European Transport Conference, Strasbourg, October 2004
Marsden GR, Kamal P, Muir H. 2006. Kiss and Fly – a study of the impacts at a UK regional airport. 38th Annual Universities' Transport Studies Group Conference
Matthews B. 2001. The Disability Discrimination Act and developments in accessible public transport in the UK. THREDBO7, Molde, Norway
Matthews B. 2002. What do we know about the effectiveness of transport policy instruments?. UTSG 34th annual conference, Edinburgh
Matthews B. 2003. How to make best use of the rail network: capacity utilisation policy and a possible role for pricing. UTSG 35th annual conference, Loughborough
Matthews B, Lythgoe F, Milne D. 2011. Long distance rail travel: are we missing the local connection?. 43rd Annual UTSG Conference
Matthews B, Meunier D, Quinet E. 2008. An Assessment of Recent Rail Investment Projects: the Effects of Imperfect Competition. Third International Conference on Funding Transportation Infrastructure
Matthews B, Pearman AD, Giorgi L, Schmidt M, Poincelet M, Reynaud C, Carvalho D, Vieira J. 2010. Does Money spent on transport research achieve anything? Developing an evidence base to secure future funding for European transport research. European Transport Conference
May AD. 1996. Funding transport packages. Conference on Transport Futures, Wellington
May AD. 1997. Transport strategies to improve the competitiveness of European cities. Moving On: Transport and the Economy after the Election
May AD. 1997. Can transport be sustainable?. British Association for the Advancement of Science Annual Festival
May AD. 1999. The development of integrated transport systems. Civil and Environmental Engineering Conference, New Frontiers and Challenges
May AD. 1999. Making the links: car use and traffic management measures in the policy package. ECMT/OECD workshop on managing car use for sustainable transport, Dublin
May AD. 2003. Institutional Co-Ordination in the UK: the Strengths and Weaknesses of a Variable System.. ECMT/USDoT Workshop on Fostering Successful Implementation of Sustainable Urban Travel Policies, Washington DC, 2003
May AD. 2003. Development of an international knowledgebase on urban transport policy instruments. Proceeidngs of the 9th World Conference on Transport Research
May AD. 2004. Regulatory and fiscal tools to manage demand for car use in cities. Proc ECMT conference on implementing sustainable urban travel policies in Russia and other CIS countries, Moscow
May AD. 2005. Overcoming institutional barriers to the implementation of integrated transport strategies. Proc ECMT/MLIT workshop on implementing sustainable urban travel policies in Japan and other Asia- Pacific countries
May AD. 2006. Congestion charging in the UK. Proc Citizens and mobility management. Madrid, UPM
May AD. 2010. URBAN TRANSPORT AND SUSTAINABILITY: THE KEY CHALLENGES. TRANSPORTATION AND URBAN SUSTAINABILITY
May AD. 2010. URBAN TRANSPORT AND SUSTAINABILITY: THE KEY CHALLENGES. PROCEEDINGS OF THE FIRST INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON SUSTAINABLE URBANIZATION (ICSU 2010)
May AD, Bonsall PW, Hills PJ. 1998. Evaluation of driver responses to road user charging systems. Proceedings IEE Ninth International Conference on Road Transport Information and Control, IEE Conference Publication
May AD, Bonsall PW, Hills PJ. 1998. The impacts of different road user charging systems. Proceedings of Transport into the next Millennium Conference, Singapore
May AD, Costain A, Richards MG. 2004. The Transport Planning Skills Initiative: results of a ten point action plan. Proc 31st European Transport Conference, London, PTRC
May AD, Crass M. 2006. Sustainable urban travel: implementing sustainable urban travel policies: applying the 2001 key messages.. ECMT, Paris 2006
May AD, Macgill SM, Groves J. 2002. KonSULT: an international knowledgebase on sustainable urban land use and transport. Transportation Research Board Conference, Washington
May AD, Marsden G, Shepherd SP. 2010. Transferring research on sustainable urban transport policy into practice. 12th World Conference on Transport Research
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Shepherd SP, May AD, Koh A. 2008. How to design effective road pricing cordons. Proceedings of Institution of Civil Engineers: Transport. 155-165 161.3
Shepherd SP, Timms PM, May AD. 2006. Modelling requirements for local transport plans: An assessment of English experience. Transport Policy. 307-317 13.4
Shepherd SP, Zhang X, Emberger G, Hudson M, May AD, Paulley N. 2006. Designing optimal urban transport strategies: The role of individual policy instruments and the impact of financial constraints. Transport Policy. 49-65 13.1
Still BG, May AD, Bristow AL. 1999. The assessment of transport impacts on land use: practical uses in strategic planning. Transport Policy. 83-98 6.2
Stradling SG, Anable J, Carreno M. 2007. Performance, importance and user disgruntlement: A six-step method for measuring satisfaction with travel modes. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice. 98-106 41.1
Sumalee A, May T, Shepherd S. 2005. Comparison of judgmental and optimal road pricing cordons. Transport Policy. 384-390 12.5
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Tight MR, Bristow AL, Pridmore A, May AD. 2005. What is a sustainable level of CO2 emissions from transport activity in the UK in 2050?. Transport Policy. 235-244 12.3
Tight MR, Vicat A, Bristow AL, Pridmore A, May AD. 2007. An Exploration of Household Response to Personal Travel Carbon-Reduction Targets. INT J SUSTAIN TRANSP. 143-159 1.3
Timms PM, May AD, Shepherd SP. 2002. The sensitivity of optimal transport strategies to specification of objectives. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice. 383-401 36.5
Turner J, Holmes L, Hodgson FC, Clarke M. 2000. Intelligent urban development - an introductory to a participatory approach. Urban Studies.
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Wilson RE, Cairns S, Notley S, Anable J, Chatterton T, McLeod F. 2013. Techniques for the inference of mileage rates from MOT data. Transportation Planning and Technology. 130-143 36.1
Berrett B, Leake GR, May AD, Parry T, Whelan GA. 1987. Ergonomic Standards for Pedestrian Areas for Disabled People. Working Paper 252.
Berrett B, Leake GR, May AD, Parry T, Whelan GA. 1988. Ergonomic Standards for Pedestrian Areas for Disabled People: Observation Work. Working Paper 255.
Berrett B, Leake GR, May AD, Parry T, Whelan GA. 1988. Ergonomic Standards for Pedestrian Areas for Disabled People: Main Interviews. Working Paper 254.
Berrett B, Leake GR, May AD, Parry T, Whelan GA. 1988. Ergonomic Standards for Pedestrian Areas for Disabled People: Methodology and Sample Identification. Working Paper 523.
Beuthe M, Grant-Muller SM, Leleur S, Konstantinos P, Pearman A, Rehfeld C, Tsamboulas D. 1998. ‘Innovations in Decision Analysis (for transport initiatives’ evaluation)’.
Bristow AL, Fowkes AS, Bonsall PW, May AD, Still BG. 1994. The optimisation of integrated urban transport strategies: tests using PLUTO. Working Paper 424.
Bristow AL, Fowkes AS, Bonsall PW, May AD, Still BG. 1994. The optimisation of integrated urban transport strategies: tests based on Edinburgh. Working Paper 425.
Clark SD, May AD, Montgomery FO. 1995. Priority management for urban arterials: Transferability of techniques: Humberstone/Uppingham road. Working Paper 461.
Clark SD, May AD, Montgomery FO. 1995. Priority management for urban arterials: Transferability of techniques: Hypothetical arterials. Working Paper 464.
Clark SD, May AD, Montgomery FO. 1995. Priority Management for urban arterials: Transferability of techniques: Otley/Kirkstall road. Working Paper 462.
Clark SD, May AD, Montgomery FO. 1995. Priority management for urban arterials: Transferability of techniques: Methodology and summary. Working Paper 460.
Clark SD, May AD, Montgomery FO. 1995. Priority management for urban arterials: Transferability of techniques: York/Selby Road. Working Paper 463.
Clark SD, Watson SM, Redfern EJ, Tight MR. 1993. Application of outlier detection and missing value replacement techniques to various forms of traffic count data.. Working Paper 384.
Da Costa P, Hodgson FC, Seco A, Sherborne DJ. 1996. Assessment of the effectiveness of the Portuguese implementation by VRU-TOO (Vulnerable Road-User Traffic Observation and Optimisation). Working Paper 440.
Glazer A, Link H, May AD, Milne DS, Niskanen EO. 2001. Barriers to Transport Pricing - Review of Research..
Grant-Muller SM. 1999. ‘Summary report: SORT-IT’.
Grant-Muller SM. 1999. ‘Final consolidated progress report’ SORT-IT.
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Grant-Muller SM. 2005. SPECTRUM Final report.
Grant-Muller SM, Gal-Tzur A. 2013. Mind the Gap. Thinking Highways.
Grant-Muller SM, Kelly C, Holvad T, Sessa C, Fagiani P, Jarvi T. 2003. Outline specification of a high level framework for Transport instrument packages.
Grant-Muller SM, Merkert R, Thomopoulos N. 2009. Understanding the complexities of Transport. Projects magazine.
Grant-Muller SM, Nellthorp J, Chen H, Pearman A, Tsamboulas D. 1998. Innovations in Decision Analysis Deliverable D16: Decision Analysis report and prototype.
Grant-Muller SM, Thomopoulos N, Carlson R, Kusumastuiti D, Klok E, Hjalmarsson A, Hodgson F, Veenstra S. 2013. ‘Evaluation methodology and measurement approach’.
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Hodgson FC. 1995. Micro-level behavioural and conflict changes in the VRU-TOO pilot projects. Working Paper 438.
Hodgson FC. 1995. Assessment of effectiveness of the English implementation. Working Paper 441.
Hodgson FC, Pyne H, Carsten OMJ. 1995. Safety Evaluation of dynamic route guidance systems: study on the Leeds Advanced Driving Simulator.
Hopkinson PG, May AD, Berrett B, Leake GR, Alwani G. 1987. New Approaches to Traffic Management Solution – With Reference to Sowerby Bridge.. Working Paper 264.
Hopkinson PG, May AD, Berrett B, Leake GR, Alwani G. 1987. Identifying Traffic Problems in a Heavily Trafficked Urban Environment– Reference to Sowerby Bridge. Working Paper 263.
Hopkinson PG, May AD, Turvey IG. 1987. Pedestrian Amenity - Survey Design. Working Paper 243.
Hopkinson PG, May AD, Turvey IG. 1987. The Influence of Town Centre Conditions on Pedestrian Trip Behaviour: Results from a Household Survey in 2 Locations. Working Paper 246.
Hopkinson PG, May AD, Turvey IG. 1987. The Relationship Between Pedestrians Assessment of Street Environments and Physical Conditions. Working Paper 245.
Jopson A. 2006. Third Annual Thematic Research Summary – Environmental Aspects, Extr@web Deliverable D2.E-3.4, Issue 1.0..
Kusumastuiti D, Bie J, Veenstra S, Grant-Muller SM, Thomopoulos M, Klok E, Van Houten Y, Van Berkum E. 2013. ‘Evaluation approach for operational success and effectiveness of incentives’.
Leake GR, May AD, Parry T. 1989. Determination of Priorities for Footway Reconstruction. Working Paper 287.
Lucas K. 2011. Auto Motives: Understanding Car Use Behaviours.
Marsden GR. 1998. Towards a real-time road traffic pollution estimator.
Marsden GR. 2002. The multi-modal studies: how they all add up.
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May AD. 1980. Breaking the Habit - the Challenge of Transport Management. Working Paper 136.
May AD. 1990. Integrated transport strategies: a new relative, or a return to the 1960s?. Working Paper 307.
May AD. 1990. Objective monitoring of the benefits of dynamic route guidance: survey methodology.. Working Paper 311.
May AD. 1991. Queue Management Project: strategies for the management of queues at upstream junctions.. Working Paper 346.
May AD. 1992. Integrated Transport Strategies: A Review of Recent Developments in the UK.. Working Paper 357.
May AD. 1994. House of Commons Select Committee on Transport-Inquiry into urban congestion charging.. Working Paper 427.
May AD, Bonsall PW. 1988. The Evaluation of Route Guidance Systems: Final Report. Working Paper 266.
May AD, Bonsall PW, Marler NW. 1989. Car Travel Time Variability on Links of a Radial Route in London: Results. Working Paper 279.
May AD, Bonsall PW, Marler NW. 1990. Travel Time Variability of a Group of Car Commuters in North London. Working Paper 277.
May AD, Bonsall PW, Marler NW. 1990. Car Travel Time Variability on Links of a Radial Route in London: Methodology, Surveys and Data Processing. Working Paper 278.
May AD, Bristow AL. 1998. Towards the sustainable city: The impact of Land Use - transport interactions. Working Paper 517.
May AD, Bristow AL, Fowkes AS, Hopkinson PG, Mackie PJ, Nash CA, Bates JJ, Roberts M, Winn R. 1991. The development of a common investment appraisal for urban transport projects - A report to Birmingham City Council and CENTRO.. Working Paper 348.
May AD, Fowkes AS, Montgomery FO. 1983. Travel Time Monitoring in Urban Areas. Working Paper 166.
May AD, Gerrard B. 2000. Traffic Demand Management in Three Historic Cities: Results of a Multivariate Analysis of Business Attitudes. Working Paper 552.
May AD, Hopkinson PG. 1990. Travel demand growth: research on longer term issues - the potential contribution of trip planning systems.. Working Paper 308.
May AD, Milne DS. 1994. Further studies of the distributional effects of road pricing. Working Paper 417.
May AD, Montgomery FO. 1983. Work Journey Rescheduling: Results and Conclusions. Working Paper 168.
May AD, Montgomery FO. 1984. Factors Affecting Travel Times on Urban Radial Routes. Working Paper 177.
May AD, Montgomery FO, Wheatley MD. 1981. Car Sharing and Peak Spreading: Final Report, Sheffield. Working Paper 142.
May AD, Nash CA, Fowkes AS, Siu YL, Rees P. 1995. An investigation into the effects of various transport policies on the levels of motorised traffic in Great Britain in 2006. Working Paper 446.
May AD, Nash CA, Hopkinson PG. 1991. Road pricing: The potential for comparative monitoring A report to the London Planning Advisory Committee.. Working Paper 329.
May AD, Shepherd SP. 1994. An investigation of area speed-flow relationships by micro-simulation single links. Working Paper 428.
May AD, Shepherd SP. 1994. Area speed-flow relationships by micro-simulation: grid networks. Working Paper 429.
May AD, Shepherd SP. 1994. Area speed-flow relationships by micro-simulation: sensitivity issues and problems with the tracking approach when extended to multi-zone networks. Working Paper 430.
May AD, Shepherd SP, Timms PM. 1997. Optimal transport strategy for European cities. Working Paper 530.
May AD, Still BG. 2000. Instruments of Transport Policy. Working Paper 545.
May AD, Turvey IG. 1985. The Design and Conduct of Park and Visit and Vehicle Following Surveys. Working Paper 198.
May AD, Turvey IG, Hopkinson PG. 1985. Studies of Pedestrian Amenity. Working Paper 204.
May AD, Turvey IG, Hopkinson PG. 1987. Counting Methods and Sampling Strategies for Pedestrian Numbers. Working Paper 242.
May AD, Waring DA. 1984. The Development of a Cycling Policy for York - Technical Report. Working Paper 176.
May AD, Waring DA. 1984. The Development of a Cycling Policy for York - Summary Report. Working Paper 175.
May AD, Waring DA, Weaver P. 1983. The Effects of Wheel Clamps in Central London: Results of the Before Study. Working Paper 170.
May AD, Wheatley MD, Montgomery FO. 1981. Work Journey Rescheduling - Report of Surveys. Working Paper 150.
Mayers I, Kelly C, May A, Grant-Muller SM. 2003. SPECTRUM deliverable D4: Synergies and conflicts of transport packages.
Milne DS, May AD, Van Vliet D. 1993. Modelling the network effects of road user charging: results from a SATURN study.. Working Paper 411.
Montgomery FO, May AD. 1983. Work Journey Rescheduling: Model Development and Analysis. Working Paper 167.
Montgomery FO, May AD. 1986. Control of Congestion at Highly Saturated Signalised Intersections: Experiments on Rama 4 Road, Bangkok. Working Paper 222.
Nash CA, Matthews B, Granero-Gomez P, Marler NW, Heschtera C, Maibach M, Doll C, Macario R. 1999. Design of new financing schemes for urban transport. FISCUS Report.
Nash CA, Matthews B, Granero-Gomez P, Rothengatter W. 1999. Concerted action on transport pricing research integration. 4th Framework RTD Programme.
Pangbourne K. 2011. Scale (Key Ideas in Geography Series). Scottish Geographical Journal.
Parry T, Berrett B, Leake GR, May AD. 1989. Ergonomic Standards for Disabled People in Pedestrian Areas : Results from Leeds Observation Work 1988/89. Working Paper 274.
Parry T, Berrett B, Leake GR, May AD. 1989. Ergonomic Standards for Disabled People in Pedestrian Areas. Working Paper 275.
Patterson NS, May AD. 1979. The Impact of Transport Problems on Inner City Firms: A Review. Working Paper 112.
Patterson NS, May AD. 1981. Impact of Transport Problems on Inner City Firms: Summary Report. Working Paper 152.
Patterson NS, May AD. 1981. Transport and Inner City Firms: Results of the Leeds Surveys. Working Paper 139.
Patterson NS, May AD. 1981. The Transport Problems of Inner City Firms: An Approach to Solutions. Working Paper 155.
Patterson NS, May AD. 1981. Effects of Bans on Heavy Lorries in London: Impacts on Manufacturing and Service Industry. Working Paper 159.
Patterson NS, May AD. 1981. Transport and Inner City Firms: Results of the London Surveys. Working Paper 145.
Preston JM, Shires JD, Garlick M, Hodgson FC, Nash CA. 1994. European railway comparisons: final report. Working Paper 418.
Pridmore AM, Bristow AL, May AD, Tight MR. 2003. Climate change, impacts, future scenarios and the role of transport.
Sherwood N, Nash CA, May AD. 1992. Segmentation of the travel market in London and estimates of own-price elasticities and values of travel time.. Working Paper 345.
Siu YL, Rees P, Fowkes AS, Nash CA, May AD. 1995. Demographic change and future transport demand: An analysis of the British Situation 1989-2006. Working Paper 432.
Still BG, Jopson A. 2000. Business attitudes to demand management policies: Survey design, implementation and results Historic cities Task 4. Working Paper 538.
Tillis T, Hodgson FC, Sherbourne DJ. 1994. Assessment of the effectiveness of the Greek implementation by VRU-TOO (Vulnerable Road-User Traffic Observation and Optimisation). Working Paper 442.
Van Der Voort MCM, Dougherty MS, Watson SM. 1996. The KARIMA method - combining Kohonen maps with ARIMA time series models to forecast traffic flow.
Watson SM, Clark SD, Redfern EJ, Tight MR. 1992. Development of an influence statistic for outlier detection with time series traffic data.. Working Paper 366.
Watson SM, Clark SD, Tight MR, Redfern EJ. 1992. An influence method for outlier detection applied to time series traffic data.. Working Paper 365.
Watson SM, Tight MR, Clark SD, Redfern EJ. 1991. Detection of outliers in time series.. Working Paper 362.
Wootton J, Marsden GR. 2001. The local transport plan submissions. Report for the RAC foundation.
Aron M; Brackstone M; Marsden GR; Espié S Analysis of Car-Following Sequences into Different Phases
Balijepalli NC; Shepherd SP; May AD Modelling the Choice of Car Parks in Urban Areas and Managing the Demand for Parking.
Beuthe M; Watson SM; Pearman AD; Tsamboulas D Prioritising trans-European network transport initiatives
Bristow AL; May AD; Shepherd SP Towards the sustainable city: the impact of land use - transport interactions , pp. 149-160
Bristow AL; May AD; Shepherd SP Land use transport interaction models: the role of environment and accessibility in location choice , pp. 227-240
Chen H; Dougherty MS; Watson SM Neural Networks for Traffic Forecasting on Field Data , pp. 400-407
Chen HB; Mussone L; Montgomery F; Grant-Muller S The effects of missing data on neural network performance in forecasting flow , pp. 320-329
Clark S; Chen H; Grant-Muller SM (1998) Artificial neural networks and statistical modelling, the best of both worlds 8th World Conference on Transport Research, pp. 1-11. Belgium
Clark SD; Chen HB; Grant-Muller SM Artificial neural network and statistical modelling of traffic flows - The best of both worlds , pp. A215-A226
Davies N; Petrucelli J; watson SM (1987) Non-linearity, non-normality and outliers in time series analysis. ESRC Econometric Study Group conference, York
El Rashidy R; Grant-Muller SM (2012) A resilience Assignment Framework using System Dynamics and Fuzzy Logic. 44th Universities Transport Study Group Conference. Aberdeen
Emberger G; May AD; Shepherd SP Method to Identify Optimal Land Use and Transport Policy Packages
Emberger G; May AD; Shepherd SP Methods to identify optimal land use and transport policy packages: a comparison of area-wide and spatially constrained policies
Emberger G; May AD; Shepherd SP Methods to identify optimal land use and transport policy packages; a comparison of area-wide and spatially constrained policies
Emberger G; May AD; Shepherd SP; Sumalee A Method to Identify Optimal Land Use and Transport Policy Packages
Fowkes AS; Nash CA; May AD; Rees PH; Siu YL Influencing the extent of motorised traffic in Great Britain in 2006
Grant-Muller SM; Arsenio E Appraisal methodology for strategic airport planning and development – the case for the new Lisbon Airport ATRS 2008. Athens
Grant-Muller SM; Fagiani P; Sessa C; Daschuetz P; Holvad T (2005) Moving from command and control, the potential for economic instruments , pp. 1-20
Grant-Muller SM; Laird JJ (2007) The Cost of congestion. proceedings of the AET conference, 2007. hhtp://www.scotland.gov.uk/Resource/Doc/153566/0041321.pdf
Hodgson FC Adaptive traffic signals for pedestrian safety
Hodgson FC Pedestrian safety and pedestrian crossing strategies
Hodgson FC; Barnard Y; Bradley M; Lloyd A (2011) Exploring the acceptance of mobile technologies using walking interviews Human Factors and Ergonomics Society- European Chapter. Leeds, UK
Hodgson FC; Barnard Y; Bradley M; Merat N; Lloyd A (2011) Acceptance of technologies supporting driving and walking, by people over 65 years old who do not normally use digital technologies. Second International Workshop on Acceptance of Technological and Organisational changes in Transport. Paris
Johnson D; Matthews B; Hess S; Bielefeldt C (2011) An indirect flight from my local airport or a direct flight from an alternative airport: how does surface access influence the decision?
Jones T; Chisholm A; Harwatt H; Horton D; Jopson A; Pooley C; Scheldemann G; Tight MR (2009) Understanding walking and cycling: a multi-method approach to investigating household decision-making in relation to short journeys in urban areas. Cycling and Society Research Group seminar. Bolton, Lancashire
Jopson A Reducing car use: the role of the theory of planned behaviour?
Jopson A Can psychology help to reduce car use?
Jopson A Predicting response to an individualised mobility management strategy , pp. 454-458
Jopson A Can Pyschology Help to Reduce Car Use Revisited
Jopson A; May AD; Matthews B Facilitating evidence based decision-making - the development and use of an on-line knowledgebase on sustainable land-use and transport
Jopson A; Page M; Menaz B (2007) Appraisal and Decision Making for Small Sustainable Urban Transport Measures World Conference of Transport Research. University of Berkeley, California
Kelly CE; Nellthorp J; Marsden G (2006) How do local authorities set their LTP targets? Transport General Practitioners Annual Meeting. Manchester
Kelly CE; Tight MR; Page M; Hodgson FC (2007) Techniques for assessing the walkability of the pedestrian environment Walk21. Toronto
Kirby H; Watson SM (1988) Direct Demand methods versus Gravity models - which wins? Proceedings of 16th European Transport forum Annual meeting, Sept 1998
Kolosz B; Grant-Muller S; Djemame K Integrated strategic performance toolkit for cooperative scheme comparisons in inter-urban intelligent transport services
Lyons G; Chatterjee K; Marsden GR; Beecroft M Determinants of Travel Demand - Exploring the Future of Society and Lifestyles
Marler NW; Estlander K; May AD; Himanen V; Timms PM Identification of current practice and future opportunities in private financing of transport
Marsden G; Bache I; Bartle I; Docherty I; Flinders M; Mullen CA; Rye T (2013) The realities of carbon management – why governance matters in the transport sector WCTR. Rio
Marsden G; Balijepalli NC; Koh A; Mullen CA; Shepherd SP; Watling DP (2013) Understanding and Modelling Decision-Making for Intra-Regional Demand Management Policies WCTR. Rio
Marsden G; Ballantyne EEF; Whiteing AE (2011) Investigating the impacts of urban transport policies on essential freight operations 16th Annual Logistics Research Network Conference. Southampton
Marsden G; Kelly CE (2005) Do we count what really counts? 3rd Transport Practitioners Meeting. Birmingham
Marsden G; Kelly CE; Kimble MG; Nellthorp J; Lucas K (2007) Progress in assessing the sustainability of transport strategies 11th World Conference on Transport Research. San Francisco
Marsden G; Kelly CE; Snell C (2006) Selecting indicators for strategic performance management 85th Annual Transportation Research Board Meeting. Washington DC
Marsden G; Mullen CA (2012) How does competition between cities influence demand management? Universities' Transport Study Group (UTSG). Aberdeen
Marsden G; Mullen CA (2013) How is transport used for city-competitiveness? Transportation Practitioners’ Meeting 2013. Birmingham
Marsden G; Nellthorp J; Kelly CE (2007) Target setting and performance incentives: - a practical and theoretical assessment of English local transport strategies 11th World Conference on Transport Research. University of Berkeley
Marsden GR; Brackstone M; Mcdonald M Inter-urban scenario assessment of adaptive cruise control
Marsden GR; Brackstone M; Mcdonald M Assessment of the stop and go function using real driving behaviour , pp. 76-80
Marsden GR; Brackstone M; Sultan B; Mcdonald M A comparison of differing driving populations using the ICC FOT scheme
Marsden GR; Chatterjee K; Lyons G; Brackstone M Ever increasing circles?
Marsden GR; Ferreira A; Shires J; Mullen C (2012) Fuel Supply Disruptions, the Government, the Media, and the Individuals' Behaviour: An Exploratory Study Moving Boundaries in Mobilities Research. Cagliari
Marsden GR; Frick KT; May AD; Deakin E (2009) How do cities approach policy innovation and policy learning? Implications for policy, practice and academia World Conference on Transport Research Society Special Interest Group 10 (Urban Transport Policy) Workshop. Gothenburg
Marsden GR; Mcdonald M; Brackstone M Adaptive Cruise Control - What can the Network Operator Expect , pp. 67-77
Marsden GR; Mcdonald M; Brackstone M The impacts of adaptive cruise control on motorway operations , pp. 721-7211
Matthews B Rail Infrastructure Charging in Europe - current practices and the latest research
Matthews B; Bristow AL; Nash CA Competitive tendering and deregulation - a comparison of bus markets in London and the British Metropolitan areas
Matthews B; Jopson A; May AD Developing a method for the assessment of evidence on the impacts of transport policy instruments
Matthews B; Nash CA Implementing European Transport Pricing Policy: recommendations for research and policy
Matthews B; Nash CA; Thompson L Railway reform and charges for the use of infrastructure
May AD; Bristow AL; Shepherd SP The strategic impacts of land use-transport interaction on transport
May AD; Grant-Muller SM; Marsden G; Thanos S (2008) Improving the collection and monitoring of urban travel data: an international review Transportation Research Board 87th Annual Meeting. Washington DC
May AD; Jopson A; Gawthorpe SL; Kelly CE; Cook A; Tanner G Option generation tools for sustainable urban transport strategies
May AD; Jopson A; Matthews B KonSULT: concept and development
May AD; Kelly CE; Shepherd SP The principles of integration in urban transport strategies
May AD; Matthews B; Shepherd SP Towards sustainable urban transport and land use strategies: a review of current European research
May AD; Matthews B; Shepherd SP; Jarvi-Nykanen T Decision making requirements for the formulation of sustainable urban land use - transport strategies
May AD; Muir H; Shepherd SP; Wagner P Assessing the impact of new technologies in urban areas.
May AD; Rand L; Timms PM; Toffolo S OPTIMA: Optimisation of Policies for Transport Integration in Metropolitan Areas
May AD; Shepherd SP Area speed flow relationships and strategic models
May AD; Shepherd SP Area speed flow relationships and network aggregation
May AD; Shepherd SP; Emberger G; Ash A; Zhang XY; Paulley N Optimal land use-transport strategies - Methodology and application to European cities , pp. 129-138
May AD; Shepherd SP; Emberger G; Zhang X; Paulley N Determining optimal integrated strategies for European cities
May AD; Shepherd SP; Emberger G; Zhang X; Paulley N Determining optimal transport strategies for European cities
May AD; Shepherd SP; Emberger G; Zhang X; Paulley N Determining optimal integrated strategies for European cities
May AD; Shepherd SP; Pffaffenbichler P The Development of Optimal Urban Land Use and Transport Strategies
May AD; Shepherd SP; Sumalee A Optimal locations for road pricing cordons 11th International Conference on Road Transport Information and Control, pp. 69-73
May AD; Shepherd SP; Timms PM The specification of optimal urban transport strategies , pp. 507-520
Mcdonald M; Brackstone M; Wu J; Marsden GR; Sultan B An integrated behavioural and simulation test environment for use in freeway ITS development
Mcdonald M; Marsden GR Deployment of inter-urban ATT test scenarios - a technical progress review
Mcdonald M; Marsden GR; Demir C; Gayda S; Vatn J; Espié S Deployment of inter-urban ATT test scenarios (DIATS) - a European progress report
Muir H; May AD; Jeffrey D; Shepherd S; Tripodi A; Vaa T (2009) Assessing The Contribution And Feasibility Of A City Wide Personal Rapid Transit System. TRB Washington
Mussone L; Grant-Muller SM; Laird J (2013) ‘Sensitivity Analysis Of Traffic Congestion Costs In A Network Under A Charging Policy’ 13th World Congress in Transport Research, pp. 1-20. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Nash CA; Matthews B Why reform transport prices?
Nash CA; Matthews B; Granero Gomez P; Marler NW Design of new financing schemes for urban public transport
Nash CA; Matthews B; Menaz B Lessons from Economic Theory - Summary of key conclusions of the Imprint-Europe project
Nash CA; Matthews B; Whelan GA Rail infrastructure charging in Europe - principles and practice
Nash CA; Menaz B; Matthews B Charges for heavy goods vehicles: EU policy and key national developments
Nellthorp J; Watson SM; Chen H; Leleur H; Beuthe M; Tsamboulas D; Pearman AD; Jansen G Comparing the Economic Performance and Environmental Impact of Trans-European Road Networks
Pearman AD; Watson SM; Beuthe M; Tsamboulas D Developing appraisal procedures for trans-European networks, in Transportation Planning Methods, Vol. 1 , pp. 175-186
Pearman AD; Watson SM; Beuthe M; Tsamboulas D Developing appraisal procedures for trans-European networks , pp. 175-186
Priestley MA; Woodin S; Matthews B; Hemingway L (2009) Choice and Control / Access to Goods and Services – A Rapid Evidence Assessment of Disability Research Office for Disability Issues Evidence Day. London
Priestley MA; Woodin S; Matthews B; Hemingway L (2009) Choice and Control / Access to Goods and Services – A Rapid Evidence Assessment of Disability Research Office for Disability Issues Evidence Day. London
Putranto LS; Grant-Muller SM; Montgomery FO Characteristics of private car and motorcycle ownership in Indonesia
Redfern EJ; Watson SM; Tight MR; Clark SD (1993) A comparative assessment of current and new techniques for detecting outliers and estimating missing values in transport related time series data. European Transport Forum Annual meeting. UMIST
Shepherd SP; May AD; Milne DS The design of optimal road pricing cordons , pp. pp.3432
Shepherd SP; May AD; Milne DS; Sumalee A Practical algorithms for finding the optimal road pricing locations and charges
Still BG; Jopson A; Gerrard W The impact of road pricing and workplace parking levies on the urban economy: results from a survey of firms
Sumalee A; May AD; Shepherd SP Effects of demand variation on the location of optimal road pricing cordons 1st International Symposium on Transportation Network Reliability, pp. 403-427
Sumalee A; May AD; Shepherd SP Specifying optimal road pricing cordons for different objectives
Sumalee A; May AD; Shepherd SP Specifying optimal road pricing cordons for different objectives
Thomopoulos N; Grant-Muller S; Tight MR (2008) Meeting the equity objective of large transport infrastructure projects: An alternative to CBA. 3rd International Conference on funding transport infrastructure and 10th journee transport. THEMA, Ministry of Ecology, Energy, Sustainable Development and Regional Policy. Paris, France
Thomopoulos N; Grant-Muller S; Tight MR (2008) Meeting the equity objective of large transport infrastructure projects: An alternative to CBA. 3rd International Conference on Funding Transportation Infrastructure. Paris, France
Thomopoulos N; Grant-Muller S; Tight MR (2008) Evaluation of an MCA equity appraisal framework through a TEN-T case study. Proceedings of the AET conference, 2008. European Transport Conference, Leeuwenhost, Netherlands
Thomopoulos N; Grant-Muller SM; Tight MR (2007) Can equity be included in appraisal of large transport infrastructure projects? A review of past european practice and principles . Porto, Portugal
Tight MR; Milne DS; May AD; Hodgson FC; Gerrard W; Conner M Effectiveness of transport demand strategies when applied to historic cities
Timms PM; May AD; Toffolo S; Shepherd SP; Marler NW FATIMA Financial Assistance for Transport Integration in Metropolitan Areas. Study Method and Results , pp. 93-102
Timms PM; Shepherd SP; May AD FATIMA. The use of constraints in methods to find optimum transport policies , pp. 103-115
Toner JP; Clark SD; Grant-Muller SM; Fowkes AS Anything you can do, we can do better: A provocative introduction to a new approach to stated preference design , pp. B107-B120
Turner J; Hodgson FC; Porter G; Maudesley E; McCann G (2011) Changing the game for Africa’s infrastructure: what role does South-South cooperation play in addressing Africa’s infrastructure gap and under what terms? European Centres for African Studies conferences. Uppsala, Sweden
Van Der Voort MCM; Dougherty MS; Watson SM The KARIMA method combining Kohonen maps with ARIMA time series models to forecast traffic flow
Wardman M; Grant-Muller SM Price Elasticities of Travel Demand in Great Britain: A Meta-analysis Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting 2011 Paper #11-3544 TRB 90th Annual Meeting Compendium of Papers DVD, pp1 -15
Wardman MR; Bristow AL; Hodgson FC Valuations of noise, air quality and accessibility: evidence for households and businesses , pp. 451-464
Wardman MR; Bristow AL; Hodgson FC Noise and Air Quality Valuations: Evidence from Stated Preference Residential and Business Choice Models
Watson SM; Clark SD; Redfern EJ; Tight MR Outlier detection and missing value estimation in time series traffic count data
Watson SM; Toner J; Fowkes A; Wardman M (1996) Efficiency properties of orthogonal SP designs. Proceedings of the 24th European Transport Forum Annual meeting. Sept 1996
Wootton J; Marsden GR A review of Local Transport Plans in England
Beswick A, Matthews B. 1999. The case of heritage railways in the UK..
Bonsall PW, Shires JD, Matthews B, Maule J, Beale JR. 2004. Road User Charging - Pricing Structures.
Bristow AL, Pridmore AM, Tight MR, May AD, Berkhout F, Harris M. 2004. How can we reduce carbon emissions from transport?.
Brundell-Freij K, Koh A, May AD, McCleod K, Milne DS, Tretvik T, Tricker R, Schade J. 2007. 'CURACAO: State of the Art Review' Deliverable D2 for the CURACAO project, funded by the European Union FP6.
Carsten OMJ, Hodgson FC. 1994. Pedstrian behaviour and pedestrian signal design..
Chen H, Clark S, Dougherty M, Grant-Muller SM. 1998. Investigation of network performance: Report to the Highways Agency on dynamic Neural Network and Performance Indicator development..
Chen H, Clark S, Dougherty M, Nooralahiyan A, Watson SM. 1997. Report on Model development: Neural Network, Statistical and hybrid methods for Network performance prediction..
Chen H, Dougherty MS, Kirkby HR, Shepherd SP, Vythoulkas P, Grant-Muller SM. 1997. Investigation of Network Performance Prediction. Feasibility Report..
Fowkes T, Jopson A, May T, Mackie P, Matthews B, Nellthorp J, Page M, Sansom T, Shepherd S. 2000. Assessing the impact of local transport policy instruments.
Grant-Muller SM. 1999. Investigating the application of Lane Specific Speed Limits on UK motorways: Initial Feasibility Study. Review of current and past research..
Grant-Muller SM. 2007. Recommendations on Cost Benefit Analysis for the location of the new Lisbon Airport within the OTA and CTA zones. Recommendations for LNEC, Portugal..
Grant-Muller SM. 2008. M42 Active Traffic Management Monitoring Project Technical Note TN053 (Safety analysis).
Grant-Muller SM, Chen H, Dougherty M. 1997. Investigation of Network performance prediction: stage 2. Report on Model Development: Neural Network, Statistical and hybrid methods for Network performance prediction. Final report for the Highways Agency.
Grant-Muller SM, Laird J. 2007. Measuring the Costs of Congestion. Recommendations to the Scottish Executive..
Grant-Muller SM, Tjahjono T. 2004. Analysis of Accident data for East Riding. In: Analysis of Accident data for East Riding.
Hodgson FC. 1994. Rule Specification for Pedestrian Interactions and Conflicts.
Hodgson FC. 1999. Report on an evaluation of the OECD Road Transport Linkages and Intermodal Linkages Reserch Programme.
Hodgson FC. 1999. Comparative study of European child pedestrian exposure and accidents.
IPSOS MORI, Grant-Muller SM. 2010. Assessing the future of the Air Transport White Paper as a strategic framework for sustainable airport development. Recommendations to the Department for Transport. http://webarchive.nationalarchives.gov.uk/+/http://www.dft.gov.uk/pgr/aviation/airports/development/.
Jolly D, Priestley M, Matthews B. 2006. Secondary analysis of existing data on disabled people’s use and experiences of public transport in Great Britain.
Mackie P, Grant-Muller SM, Nellthorp J, Pearman A. 1999. TINA Appraisal Guidelines.
Mackie PJ, Marsden GR. 2004. Should All Roads be Toll Roads? Evidence to House of Commons Select Committee on Transport.
Mackie PJ, Marsden GR. 2005. Road pricing: The Next Steps.
Mackie PJ, Watson SM, Nellthorp J, Pearman AD. 1999. Socio-economic cost-benefit analysis in the context of project appraisal for developing a Trans-European transport network in accession countries.
Mackie PJ, Watson SM, Nellthorp J, Pearman AD. 2002. Cost Benefit Analysis of Transport Infrastructure Projects.
Marsden GR, Guehnemann A, Alessandrini A, Stam D, Ruberti G. 2006. CityMobil - Towards advanced transport for the urban environment.
Matthews B. 1996. Transport Implications of the UK Disability Discrimination Act. In: Summer Annual Meeting.
Matthews B, Nash CA. 2004. Implementing Pricing Reform in Transport.
May AD. 1998. Transport research - Fourth framework programme - OPTIMA - Optimisation of policies for transport integration in metropolitan areas. Final Report.
May AD, Stantchev DS. 2006. Land Use and Regional Planning: Achieving Integration between Transport and Land Use.
Meekums R, Grant-Muller SM, Lotter S. 2004. 'Monitoring the impacts of Hard Shoulder running on the M42'.
Muir H, Pfaffenbichler P, Emberger G, Shepherd S, Wagner P, Martin P, Shires J, May A, Levin T. 2008. Modelling background report. MARS, microsimulation, cities and scenarios. Deliverable 2.3.1, Sub-Project 2, CityMobil Project (http://www.citymobil-project.eu/).
Mullen C, Vincent-Jones P. 2010. Reflexive Governance as Social Learning in Non-Governmental Organisations: Two Case Studies of the Genetic Approach. In: Reflexive Governance as Social Learning in Non-Governmental Organisations: Two Case Studies of the Genetic Approach.
Nash CA. 2009. European Transport Policy: Progress and Prospects.
Nash CA, Matthews B, Shires JD. 2004. The EU Transport Policy White Paper: An assessment of progress.
Pearman AD, Mackie PJ, Watson SM, Palmer A. 1994. Cost-Benefit and Multi-Criteria Analysis for New Road Construction.
Preston JM, Clark SD, Watson SM. 1994. Public transport patronage on Merseyside..
Priestley MA, Matthews B, Woodin S, Hemingway L. 2010. Choice and Control / Access to Goods and Services – A Rapid Evidence Assessment of Disability Research.
Redfern EJ, Watson SM. 1995. An assessment of statistical adequacy in Transport Research Reports.
Redfern EJ, Watson SM. 1995. Suggested improvements to statistical analyses in a selection of Transport Research Reports.
Still B, Jopson A. 2000. Business Attitudes to Demand Management Policies: survey design, implementation and results,. In: Historic Cities Project, Task 4.
Watson SM. 1997. Investigation of Network Performance prediction: Supplementary Report to the Highways agency on Additional issues arising.

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