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Autonomous vehicles: Who will use them, and will they share? (2019)
Presentation / Conference
Clayton, W., Parkhurst, G., Paddeu, D., & Parkin, J. (2019, July). Autonomous vehicles: Who will use them, and will they share?. Paper presented at Universities' Transport Study Group 2019 Conference

The advent of road transport automation has been identified as one of four key technological transitions that could eventually amount to a major transformation in mobility practices (Parkhurst and Seedhouse, 2019). Specifically, fully Automated Vehic... Read More about Autonomous vehicles: Who will use them, and will they share?.

Autonomous vehicles: Willingness-to-pay and willingness-to-share (2018)
Presentation / Conference
Clayton, W., Paddeu, D., Parkhurst, G., & Gomez de Segura Marauri, M. (2018, January). Autonomous vehicles: Willingness-to-pay and willingness-to-share. Paper presented at Universities' Transport Study Group (UTSG) 2018 Conference

The advent of Autonomous Vehicles (AVs) is suggested to represent a significant step in the move towards Mobility as a Service (MaaS) networks, in which private vehicle ownership is largely replaced by fleets of on-demand AVs as a part of a broader,... Read More about Autonomous vehicles: Willingness-to-pay and willingness-to-share.

Connected by rail: A study of internet use on the train (2017)
Presentation / Conference
Jain, J., Clayton, W., & Bartle, C. (2017, August). Connected by rail: A study of internet use on the train. Paper presented at RGS-IBG Annual International Conference 2017

The UK government expects all GB passenger train operators to provide free internet to passengers with new train franchises obliged to provide a minimum standard of free WiFi to all. By 2018 90% of rail passengers will have access to free WiFi. The M... Read More about Connected by rail: A study of internet use on the train.

Barriers to a better Bristol: Diagnosing city strategic challenges using systems, co-production and interdisciplinary approaches (2017)
Presentation / Conference
Prestwood, E., Calvert, T., Clayton, W., Longhurst, J., Manchester, H., Parkhurst, G., …Townsend, I. (2017, June). Barriers to a better Bristol: Diagnosing city strategic challenges using systems, co-production and interdisciplinary approaches. Paper presented at 9th International Conference on Sustainable Development and Planning

As European Green Capital 2015 and one of the Rockefeller 100 Resilient Cities, Bristol can legitimately claim to be on the “frontline” of urban sustainability, continually challenging itself to transform into a place where citizens and organisations... Read More about Barriers to a better Bristol: Diagnosing city strategic challenges using systems, co-production and interdisciplinary approaches.

Barriers to a better Bristol: Diagnosing city strategic sustainability challenges using systems, co-production and interdisciplinary approaches (2017)
Presentation / Conference
Prestwood, E., Calvert, T., Clayton, W., Longhurst, J., Manchester, H., Parkhurst, G., …Townsend, I. (2017, June). Barriers to a better Bristol: Diagnosing city strategic sustainability challenges using systems, co-production and interdisciplinary approaches. Paper presented at Wessex 9th International Conference on Sustainable Development and Planning

As European Green Capital 2015 and one of the Rockefeller 100 Resilient Cities, Bristol can legitimately claim to be on the “frontline” of urban sustainability, continually challenging itself to transform into a place where citizens and organisations... Read More about Barriers to a better Bristol: Diagnosing city strategic sustainability challenges using systems, co-production and interdisciplinary approaches.

Green Capital Student Capital: The role of students in city transformation (2016)
Presentation / Conference
Longhurst, J., Clayton, W., Gough, G., Tweddell, H., Walsh, A., & Willmore, C. (2016, October). Green Capital Student Capital: The role of students in city transformation. Paper presented at Innovating Education for the 21st Century: The International Greening Education Event

The biggest single sustainability impact of any University is its graduates. How do we support students to learn to tread more lightly in the lifetime ahead of them? How do we mobilise student creativity to transform us and our city?

Student Capital: The role of students in city transformation (2016)
Presentation / Conference
Clayton, W., Willmore, C., Longhurst, J., & Gough, G. (2016, July). Student Capital: The role of students in city transformation. Paper presented at Sustainability in Higher Education: Challenges and Opportunities

Student Capital is a huge and unique collaborative project aimed at creating, promoting, and celebrating student sustainability engagement at Bristol’s two universities – The University of the West of England, Bristol, and the University of Bristol.... Read More about Student Capital: The role of students in city transformation.

Student Capital: The role of students in city transformation (2016)
Presentation / Conference
Willmore, C., Clayton, W., & Tweddell, H. (2016, June). Student Capital: The role of students in city transformation. Presented at Sustainable Earth 2016

Student Capital is a huge and unique collaborative project aimed at creating, promoting, and celebrating student sustainability engagement at Bristol’s two universities – The University of the West of England, Bristol, and the University of Bristol.... Read More about Student Capital: The role of students in city transformation.

Partnerships for ESD: Exploring UWE, Bristol’s integrated approach to engaging audiences in ESD (2016)
Presentation / Conference
Longhurst, J., Bigg, M., Gough, G., Brooks, I., Darwen, J., Hills, S., …Colley, R. (2016, May). Partnerships for ESD: Exploring UWE, Bristol’s integrated approach to engaging audiences in ESD. Presented at EAUC 20th Annual Conference

Workshop exploring the various engagement strategies used by UWE to encourage whole institution action in support of sustainability

Addressing the needs of disabled cyclists (2016)
Presentation / Conference
Clayton, W., & Parkin, J. (2016, May). Addressing the needs of disabled cyclists. Paper presented at Cycle City Active City – Leicester conference

People with a disability have been found to be at increased risk of developing serious health conditions – often linked to obesity as a consequence of a more sedentary life. Cycling has the potential to offer significant health benefits to disabled p... Read More about Addressing the needs of disabled cyclists.

Towards transit-oriented development in city-regions (2016)
Presentation / Conference
Clayton, W., & Parkhurst, G. (2016, April). Towards transit-oriented development in city-regions. Presented at Urban Development around Transport Hubs: Transit Orientated Developments

Why are the principles of integrated, transit-oriented development important beyond urban boundaries, and how can we apply them?

Cycling and disability: A review (2016)
Presentation / Conference
Clayton, W., & Parkin, J. (2016, January). Cycling and disability: A review. Paper presented at Universities' Transport Study Group 48th Annual Conference

People with a disability have been found to be at increased risk of developing serious health conditions – often linked to obesity as a consequence of a more sedentary life. Cycling has the potential to offer significant health benefits to disabled p... Read More about Cycling and disability: A review.

Urban energy and transport: Public transport (2015)
Presentation / Conference
Clayton, W. (2015, November). Urban energy and transport: Public transport. Presented at UWE Green Capital Seminar Series

Presentation as a part of the UWE Green Capital Seminar Series.

Where to park? A behavioral comparison of bus Park & Ride and city center car park usage in Bath, UK (2015)
Presentation / Conference
Clayton, W., Parkhurst, G., Ben-Elia, E., & Ricci, M. (2015, September). Where to park? A behavioral comparison of bus Park & Ride and city center car park usage in Bath, UK. Paper presented at 17th European Parking Association Congress

Integrating car parking facilities with public transport in Park and Ride (P&R) facilities has the potential to shorten car trips, contributing to more sustainable mobility. There is an on-going debate about the actual effects of P&R on the transport... Read More about Where to park? A behavioral comparison of bus Park & Ride and city center car park usage in Bath, UK.

The importance of the informal curriculum and academic involvement in supporting sustainability engagement (2015)
Presentation / Conference
Clayton, W., & Darwen, J. (2015, September). The importance of the informal curriculum and academic involvement in supporting sustainability engagement. Paper presented at ‘Learning From the Sharp End’ Implications for Sustainability in Higher Education

A presentation on the importance of the informal curriculum and academic involvement in supporting sustainability engagement given at the Learning from the Sharp End symposium in Bristol during the Bristol Green Capital 2015 year.

Can digital presence reconfigure experiences of absence? (2014)
Presentation / Conference
Jain, J., & Clayton, W. (2014, July). Can digital presence reconfigure experiences of absence?. Presented at 5th New Zealand Mobilities Symposium: Future Mobilities and Resilience

Family Rituals 2.0 is a project based on the premise that work-related travel is unlikely to disappear in the foreseeable future. Many work roles – from truck drivers to CEOs – involve periods of absence, and often being away overnight. Travel which... Read More about Can digital presence reconfigure experiences of absence?.

Researching the passenger experience of bus travel (2012)
Presentation / Conference
Clayton, W. (2012, November). Researching the passenger experience of bus travel. Presented at Transport Statistics User Group - 21

Key questions: “What’s actually going on on the bus?” “How might this knowledge be used to improve passengers’ experiences, market the bus, and help bring about important policy outcomes (i.e. help make the bus more attractive)?” There has b... Read More about Researching the passenger experience of bus travel.

Is the bus boring? (2012)
Presentation / Conference
Clayton, W. (2012, January). Is the bus boring?. Paper presented at Universities Transport Studies Group Conference

Contemporary research on travel-time use challenges the notion that travel-time is wasted, but is it always a positive experience? Previous studies have suggested that engaging in activity during travel-time increases the utility of a journey, and th... Read More about Is the bus boring?.


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