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The Bristol method: How to reduce traffic and its impacts (2015)
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Barnes, J., Crawshaw, S., Parkhurst, G., Toy, J., Robinson, B., Ricci, M., …Davis, A. (2015). The Bristol method: How to reduce traffic and its impacts. Bristol

THE BRISTOL METHOD The Bristol Method is a knowledge-transfer programme aimed at helping people in other cities understand and apply the lessons that Bristol has learned in becoming a more sustainable city, not just in 2015 but in the last decade.... Read More about The Bristol method: How to reduce traffic and its impacts.

Qualitative insights into the effect on travel behavior of joining a carshare (2013)
Journal Article
Andrews, G., Chatterjee, K., Andrews, G., Ricci, M., & Parkhurst, G. (2013). Qualitative insights into the effect on travel behavior of joining a carshare. Transportation Research Record, 2359(2359), 76-84. https://doi.org/10.3141/2359-10

Carsharing organizations (carshares) provide collectively available vehicles that can be booked for exclusive use on a pay-as-you-go basis. Previous research has shown that two groups join carshares: (a) accessors, who do not have a car when they joi... Read More about Qualitative insights into the effect on travel behavior of joining a carshare.

Potential for carfree development in the UK (2013)
Journal Article
Melia, S., Melia, S., Barton, H., & Parkhurst, G. (2013). Potential for carfree development in the UK. Proceedings of the ICE - Urban Design and Planning, 166(2), 136-145. https://doi.org/10.1680/udap.10.00048

Carfree residential areas have been developed in a number of cities in Europe, with clear social and environmental benefits, but the concept has not been widely adopted in the UK. This paper aims to assess the potential consumer demand for housing in... Read More about Potential for carfree development in the UK.

Assessing the local sustainable transport fund submissions in relation to disruption (2013)
Presentation / Conference
Williams, D., Chatterton, T., & Parkhurst, G. (2013, January). Assessing the local sustainable transport fund submissions in relation to disruption. Paper presented at Universities' Transport Study Group (UTSG) 2013, Oxford University

The Local Sustainable Transport Fund (LSTF) is a £560m investment by the UK Government in local authority transport schemes in England (excluding London). The fund will be matched by local authorities’ own investments from their transport budgets, me... Read More about Assessing the local sustainable transport fund submissions in relation to disruption.

Using disruption as an opportunity to change travel practices (2012)
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Williams, D., Chatterton, T., & Parkhurst, G. (2012, November). Using disruption as an opportunity to change travel practices. Paper presented at 1st International Conference on Urban Sustainability and Resilience, University College London

Disruption has negative connotations in society, yet it can provide the opportunity for change to reduce our reliance on high carbon travel practices. Using local authorities in England as the unit of enquiry the paper discusses how local authorities... Read More about Using disruption as an opportunity to change travel practices.

The paradox of intensification (2011)
Journal Article
Melia, S., Parkhurst, G., & Barton, H. (2011). The paradox of intensification. Transport Policy, 18(1), 46-52. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tranpol.2010.05.007

Urban intensification as part of a smart growth strategy can facilitate low-energy transport modes and reduce overall car use, with benefits to the global environment, but evidence suggests the effect will be less than proportional. Hence, in locatio... Read More about The paradox of intensification.

Carfree, low-car - what's the difference (2011)
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Melia, S., Parkhurst, G., & Barton, H. (2011). Carfree, low-car - what's the difference. World Transport Policy and Practice, 16(2), 24-28