Selected conference presentations, dissertations and theses from CTS
Downloadable documents produced by CTS members including conference papers, online presentations, dissertations and PhD theses.
Centre for Transport and Society Winter Conference, December 2016
Topics ranged from autonomous vehicles, to the influence of urban environments on walking, to an opening up rail travel to disadvantaged communities.
- Clark, B., Chatterjee, K. and Davis A. (2016). How and why commuting influences life satisfaction
- Melia, S. (2016). What happens to travel behaviour when parking is removed?
- Chatterton, T. Barnes, J., Hayes, E., Longhurst, J. and Williams, B. (2016). Putting people at the heart of the air pollution problem
- Chatterjee, K. (2016). The decline in driving of young adults: researching for explanations. Please note that the full findings from the project described in this presentation will be available when the report for Department for Transport is published.
- Ricci, M. (2016). Days out by train: delivering social inclusion to disadvantaged communities through free access to rail
- Parkin, J. (2016). Trials of autonomous vehicles and urban streets: scenarios, social interactions and implications for regulation and the law
- Bornioli, A., Parkhurst, G. and Morgan, P. (2016). Walking in Bristol. The influence of built environments on wellbeing and walking intentions
- Lyons, G. (2016). Views from the transport profession about handling an uncertain future
Urban Development Around Transport Hubs, April 2016
- Clayton, W. and Parkhurst, G. (2016) Towards Transit-Oriented Development in City-Regions
- Melia, S. (2016) What Difference Does High Density Make to Travel Behaviour?
Centre for Transport and Society Winter Conference, December 2013
- Jones, H., Chatterjee, K. and Gray, S. (2013). Change and continuity in walking and cycling through life course events and transitions: Insights from life history interviews
- Clark, B., Chatterjee, K., Melia, S., Knies, G., Laurie, H., Gerlach, T. and Screeton, J. (2013). Examining the relationship between life transitions and travel behaviour change: New insights from the UK household longitudinal study
- Jain, J., Clayton, W., Marouda, M. and Ladkin, A. (2013). Family rituals 2.0 - The employers' perspective
- Ricci, M. (2013). Mobility disadvantage, access to training and employment, and wellbeing: The case of Lawrence Weston in Bristol
- Clayton, W., Ricci, M., Ben-Elia, E. and Parkhurst, G. (2013). The parking predicament: A behavioural comparison between Park and Ride and city centre car park usage
- Davis, A., Pilkington, P. and Coleman, J. (2013). The traffic choices project: An evidence-based approach to helping neighbourhoods identify cost effective local traffic management schemes to improve road safety
- Chatterton, T., Barnes, J., Wilson, R.E., Anable, J. and Cairns, S. (2013). Variations in car type, size, usage and emissions across Great Britain and relationships with socio-demographic characteristics
- Lyons, G. and Wardman, M. (2013). Valuing travel time savings in the face of worthwhile use of travel time
- Parkin, J. and Sainte Cluque, E. (2013). The impact of vibration of comfort and bodily stress while cycling
Centre for Transport and Society Winter Conference, December 2012
- Parkhurst, G., Musselwhite, C., Shergold, I., Galvin, K., Phillips, J. and Todres, L. (2012). A continuum for understanding the mobility of older people
- Shergold, I., Lyons, G. and Hubers, C. (2012). Future mobility in an ageing society - where are we heading?
- Williams, D. and Chatterton, T. (2012). Assessing the LSTF submissions in relation to disruption
- Musselwhite, C. and Avineri, E. (2012). Legitimising risk taking: Articulating dangerous behaviour on the road
- Bartle, C. and Avineri, E. (2012). Personalised travel plans in the workplace: The importance of social context
- Chatterjee, K., Andrews, G., Ricci, M. and Parkhurst, G. (2012). Qualitative insights on the travel behaviour effects of joining a carshare
- Melia, S. (2012). Alternative to private car use by mobile NHS staff
- Sherwin, H. and Bartle, C. (2012). Who and what are cycle maps for?
- Clark, B., Lyons, G. and Miller, P. (2012). Should Wikipedia be embraced by the transport profession as an important source of information on transport issues?
- Goodwin, P. (2012). 'Peak car' - where did the idea come from? And where is it going? Understanding walking and cycling with a life course perspective
British Sociological Association 60th Annual Conference, April 2011
- Dalton, A. (2011). Who encourages us to cycle? A novel approach to researching social influence in UK cycling
- Musselwhite, C. (2011). Boy Racers, Dunkirk Spirit and the Pompey Bounce: The use of movement and mobility in impression management and identity formation
UTSG 43rd Annual Conference, January 2011
- Goodwin, P. (2011). Value for money in a changing economy.
- Andrews, G., Parkhurst, G., Shaw, J. and Susilo, Y. (2011). 'The grey escape': How and why are older people using their free bus passes?
- Dalton, A., Powell, J. and Parkhurst, G. (2011). Who encourages us to cycle? A novel approach to researching social influence in UK cycling.
- Susilo, Y. and Avineri, E. (2011). The impacts of household structure to the individual stochastic travel and out-of-home activity time budget.
- Avineri, E. (2011). Applying behavioural economics in the design of travel information systems.
- Russell, M. (2011). Watching passengers: Using structured observation methods on public transport.
- Shergold, I., Parkhurst, G. and Musselwhite, C. (2011). Rural car dependence: An emerging barrier to community activity for older people?
- Bartle, C., Avineri, E. and Chatterjee, K. (2011). Information-sharing, community-building and trust: A case-study amongst commuter cyclists.
- Chatterjee, K. and Hardin, J. (2011). The contribution of walking and cycling to achieving recommended levels of physical activity.
- Hubers, C., Lyons, G. and Birtchnell, T. (2011). The unusual suspects: the impact of non-transport technologies on social practices and travel demand.
- Fiona, S. and Avineri, E. (2011). Has the introduction of the Cycle to Work scheme increased levels of cycling to work?
- Waygood, O. and Avineri, E. (2011). The effect of loss framing on the perceived difference of CO2 amounts: Implications for advanced travel information systems (ATIS).
- Melia, S., Barton, H. and Parkhurst, G. (2011). The paradox of intensification.
Parkhurst, G. (2011). Between Public and Private Transport: Collective Mobility Solutions as the Key to Increasing Sustainability. Public Lecture by Prof. Graham Parkhurst, UWE, 12 October (YouTube, 0:49:56).
Hamilton-Baillie, B. and Melia, S. (2012). Sharing or separation: Which way for streets of the future? A debate with Ben Hamilton-Baillie and Steve Melia and chaired by Prof Graham Parkhurst (Youtube, 1:31:33).
Goodwin, P. (2011). Value for money in a changing economy. Plenary address at the 43rd Universities' Transport Study Group Annual Conference, 5-7 January, Milton Keynes (Webcast, 49 minutes).
Jain, J (2011). Watching, talking, writing diaries and counting: Technologies and travel. Manchester University (Slides and Audio recording).
Melia, S. (2010). The paradox of intensification. CTS Winter Conference (Youtube, 13.47 minutes).
Dalton, A. (2010). Cycling circles: Gender perspectives and social influence in UK cycling. University of the West of England: Bristol
Dalton, A. (2005). Welcome to the cheap seats: Air travel and climate change. University of the West of England: Bristol
Lamont, D. (2008). Understanding and addressing dyslexia in travel information provision.
Stanbridge, K. (2007). Residential relocation and travel behaviour change.