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Towards a theory of the dynamics of household car ownership: Insights from a mobility biographies approach (2015)
Book Chapter
Clark, B., Chatterjee, K., & Lyons, G. (2015). Towards a theory of the dynamics of household car ownership: Insights from a mobility biographies approach. In J. Scheiner, & C. Holz-Rau (Eds.), Mobility Biographies and Mobility Socialisation, 97-144. Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-658-07546-0_6

Household car ownership has arguably been one of the most widely studied areas within the field of transport research. Recently, studies in this area have moved to a focus on understanding the dynamic (time varying) nature of household car ownership.... Read More about Towards a theory of the dynamics of household car ownership: Insights from a mobility biographies approach.

Changes in level of household car ownership: The role of life events and spatial context (2015)
Journal Article
Clark, B., Chatterjee, K., & Melia, S. (2016). Changes in level of household car ownership: The role of life events and spatial context. Transportation, 43(4), 565-599. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11116-015-9589-y

Recent longitudinal studies of household car ownership have examined factors associated with increases and decreases in car ownership level. The contribution of this panel data analysis is to identify the predictors of different types of car ownershi... Read More about Changes in level of household car ownership: The role of life events and spatial context.

When policy recommendations get lost in translation: An examination of the express coach ‘niche’ as a missed sustainable mobility opportunity in the dominant inter-city travel regime (2015)
Presentation / Conference
Clark, B., & Parkhurst, G. (2015, January). When policy recommendations get lost in translation: An examination of the express coach ‘niche’ as a missed sustainable mobility opportunity in the dominant inter-city travel regime. Paper presented at 47th Universities' Transport Studies Group Conference

Public express coach services potentially offer a solution to many inter-urban transport problems, providing additional capacity at a comparatively low financial and environmental cost, and deliverable in a much quicker timescale than the alternative... Read More about When policy recommendations get lost in translation: An examination of the express coach ‘niche’ as a missed sustainable mobility opportunity in the dominant inter-city travel regime.