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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.

Independent analytical review for a road user satisfaction survey (2015)
Report
Parkhurst, G., Jain, J., Clayton, W., Calvert, T., Phillips, A., & Blyth, B. (2015). Independent analytical review for a road user satisfaction survey

Following the 2011 publication of the Cook Report (Cook, 2011) which examined the English highway network in terms of its effective management, value for money and level of innovation, the government set about a programme of regulatory reform (Depart... Read More about Independent analytical review for a road user satisfaction survey.

Literature review informing - ‘On train mobile connectivity benefits’ (2015)
Report
Clayton, W., & Jain, J. (2015). Literature review informing - ‘On train mobile connectivity benefits’

The Department of Transport are investigating how on train mobile connectivity is valued by rail passengers, and what the future trajectory of such services should be. This report has been prepared by the Centre for Transport and Society to inform th... Read More about Literature review informing - ‘On train mobile connectivity benefits’.

Rees Jeffreys Road Fund study: Major roads for the future - Identifying network users and their characteristics (2015)
Report
Clayton, W., Calvert, T., Parkin, J., & Parkhurst, G. (2015). Rees Jeffreys Road Fund study: Major roads for the future - Identifying network users and their characteristics

The Rees Jeffreys Road Fund (RJRF) has commissioned an ambitious two-year study of major roads in England with a horizon of 2040. There are seven topics of interest, and the first topic of interest has two tasks, one of which (Task 1B) is to identify... Read More about Rees Jeffreys Road Fund study: Major roads for the future - Identifying network users and their characteristics.

Family Rituals 2.0 (2015)
Report
Bichard, J., Chatting, D., Clayton, W., Jain, J., Kirk, D., Ladkin, A., …Yurman, P. (2015). Family Rituals 2.0

The notion of family is broad (and changing) and encompasses a variety of different social structures beyond the classic conception of the nuclear family yet it is a cornerstone of our social worlds. Even as many in ‘Western’ society follow the trend... Read More about Family Rituals 2.0.


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