CTS news and events 2005
News and events archive
November 2005 - CTS seminar - Steve Stradling
Professor Steve Stradling is delivering a CTS seminar on 30 November 2005 on the topic of 'Actual and Ideal Bus Journey Experiences '
November 2005 - Seminar on Longitudinal Methods for Understanding and Modelling Travel Behaviour
As part of a project on travel behaviour dynamics, the Centre for Transport and Society organised a seminar to examine longitudinal methods. This was hosted by the Department for Transport and took place at the Department for Transport on 9 November. Presentations from the event are available.
October 2005 - CTS seminar - Anna Lyth
Dr Ann Lyth is delivering a CTS seminar on 19 October 2005 on the topic of 'Australian Urban Car Use: Issues, trends and policy through the eyes of women, family and an ageing society '
July 2005 - CTS seminar - Martin Lanzendorf
Dr Martin Lanzendorf is delivering a CTS seminar on 6 July 2005 on the topic of 'Urban restructuring, mobility biographies and sustainable transport in urban regions '
June 2005 - CTS member receives award for research paper
Peter Wiltshire, a Visiting Fellow at CTS, has received the Rees Jeffreys Award for the best paper published in 2004 in the Institution of Civil Engineers' refereed journals 'Municipal Engineer' and 'Transport'. His paper, 'Applying commercial advertising skills in transport planning' appeared in the May issue of Transport.
May 2005 - CTS seminar - Sendy Farag
Sendy Farag is delivering a CTS seminar on 26 May 2005 on the topic of 'The art of shopping: more online shopping, fewer shopping trips? '
January 2005 - CTS successfully hosts the 37th Universities Transport Study Group Conference
The 37th Universities Transport Study Group Conference took place in Bristol from 5-7 January and was hosted by CTS with Dr Graham Parkhurst as conference organiser. The conference enjoyed an attendance of some 120 delegates from across universities in the UK engaged in transport research.
January 2005 - Phil Goodwin joints CTS as Professor of Transport Policy
Professor Phil Goodwin has joined CTS on a half-time basis as Professor of Transport Policy. His notable experience and reputation in transport economics, travel behaviour and transport policy promises to complement and augment the activities of CTS in such areas.
January 2005 - Geoff Dudley joins CTS as a visiting research fellow
Dr Geoff Dudley has joined CTS as our third visiting research fellow. Geoff brings new strengths to the Centre with his background in political science and his experience in transport journalism.