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The potential for automation to transform urban deliveries: Drivers, barriers and policy priorities (2020)
Book Chapter
Paddeu, D., & Parkhurst, G. (2020). The potential for automation to transform urban deliveries: Drivers, barriers and policy priorities. In B. van Wee, N. Thomopoulos, & M. Dimitris (Eds.), Policy Implications of Autonomous Vehicles. Elsevier

Urban freight transport is crucial to ensuring the economic vitality of a city. However, significant negative ‘externalities’ arise from freight flows in urban areas. Current solutions to reduce the impact of freight transport in urban areas aim at r... Read More about The potential for automation to transform urban deliveries: Drivers, barriers and policy priorities.

The social perspective on policy towards local shared autonomous vehicle services (LSAVS) (2020)
Journal Article
Paddeu, D., Shergold, I., & Parkhurst, G. (in press). The social perspective on policy towards local shared autonomous vehicle services (LSAVS). Transport Policy, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tranpol.2020.05.013

The transport policy discourse posits Shared Autonomous Vehicles (SAVs) as a more sustainable solution for the implementation of road automation technology. A successful implementation of SAV services strongly depends on being able to meet user's nee... Read More about The social perspective on policy towards local shared autonomous vehicle services (LSAVS).

Autonomous vehicles: Who will use them, and will they share? (2020)
Journal Article
Clayton, W., Paddeu, D., Parkhurst, G., & Parkin, J. (2020). Autonomous vehicles: Who will use them, and will they share?. Transportation Planning and Technology, 43(4), 343-364. https://doi.org/10.1080/03081060.2020.1747200

The advent of road transport automation is suggested to be one of four key technological transitions that could amount to a major transformation in mobility practices. Specifically, fully Automated Vehicles (AVs) might replace the current private car... Read More about Autonomous vehicles: Who will use them, and will they share?.

Passenger comfort and trust on first-time use of a shared autonomous shuttle vehicle (2020)
Journal Article
Paddeu, D., Parkhurst, G., & Shergold, I. (2020). Passenger comfort and trust on first-time use of a shared autonomous shuttle vehicle. Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies, 115, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.trc.2020.02.026

Autonomous Vehicles (AV) may become widely diffused as a road transport technology around the world. However, two conditions of successful adoption of AVs are that they must be synchronously shared, to avoid negative transport network and environment... Read More about Passenger comfort and trust on first-time use of a shared autonomous shuttle vehicle.

Will the ‘smart mobility’ revolution matter? (2019)
Book Chapter
Parkhurst, G., & Seedhouse, A. (2019). Will the ‘smart mobility’ revolution matter?. In I. Docherty, & J. Shaw (Eds.), Transport MattersBristol: Policy Press

Powerful claims are being made about revolution in the transport sector, with digital technology seen as underpinning a new ‘ecosystem’ of more efficient, more pleasant, but less environmentally-damaging mobility. The chapter examines how far the cla... Read More about Will the ‘smart mobility’ revolution matter?.

NEW OPPORTUNITIES FOR ON-DEMAND SHARED-RIDE SERVICES TO DELIVER MODAL SHIFT AND INCLUSIVE TRAVEL (2019)
Presentation / Conference
Calvert, T., Jain, J., Parkhurst, G., Shergold, I., & Ward, S. (2019, July). NEW OPPORTUNITIES FOR ON-DEMAND SHARED-RIDE SERVICES TO DELIVER MODAL SHIFT AND INCLUSIVE TRAVEL. Paper presented at 17th Annual Transport Practitioners Meeting, Oxford

On-demand shared-ride services promise new opportunities for modal shift and inclusive travel. This paper draws on evidence from the industrial-collaborative project ‘Mobility on Demand Laboratory Environment’ (MODLE) which has piloted a range of suc... Read More about NEW OPPORTUNITIES FOR ON-DEMAND SHARED-RIDE SERVICES TO DELIVER MODAL SHIFT AND INCLUSIVE TRAVEL.

Business models being trialled in the shared-ride on-demand niche, and challenges and barriers encountered. (2019)
Presentation / Conference
Calvert, T., Ward, S., Shergold, I., Parkhurst, G., & Jain, J. (2019, July). Business models being trialled in the shared-ride on-demand niche, and challenges and barriers encountered. Paper presented at Universities' Transport Study Group (UTSG) 51st Annual Conference, Leeds, UK

This paper evaluates the growing range of business models being applied within on-demand shared-ride road transport niches. Whilst examples of such services are long-standing; arguably as old as road passenger transport, new technologies have opened... Read More about Business models being trialled in the shared-ride on-demand niche, and challenges and barriers encountered..

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?.

Practice ecology of sustainable travel: The importance of institutional policy-making processes beyond the traveller (2019)
Journal Article
Williams, D. G., Spotswood, F., Parkhurst, G., & Chatterton, T. (2019). Practice ecology of sustainable travel: The importance of institutional policy-making processes beyond the traveller. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour, 62, 740-756. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.trf.2019.02.018

© 2019 The Authors Changing mobility behaviour towards activities and actions that have a less detrimental impact on the environment, public health and society is an objective of transport policy jurisdictions globally. In line with a burgeoning body... Read More about Practice ecology of sustainable travel: The importance of institutional policy-making processes beyond the traveller.

New Technology and Automation in Freight Transport and Handling Systems (2019)
Other
Paddeu, D., Calvert, T., Clark, B., & Parkhurst, G. (2019). New Technology and Automation in Freight Transport and Handling Systems

This is an evidence review that examines the trends in manufacturing and global supply chains, looking at the international trade, technology and users, and how these may change between now and 2040. The review has been commissioned by the Government... Read More about New Technology and Automation in Freight Transport and Handling Systems.

An assessment of voluntary travel behaviour change delivery in England as an alternative to highway construction (2019)
Journal Article
Williams, D. G., Chatterton, T., Parkhurst, G., & Spotswood, F. (2019). An assessment of voluntary travel behaviour change delivery in England as an alternative to highway construction. Case Studies on Transport Policy, 7(2), 318-329. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cstp.2019.02.009

There is a growing body of international evidence available that shows highway construction fails to solve issues of congestion and improvements to the local economy. There is also evidence that due to changes of land use and expectations of being ab... Read More about An assessment of voluntary travel behaviour change delivery in England as an alternative to highway construction.

Feasibility trial evaluation of a peer volunteering active aging intervention: ACE (Active, Connected, Engaged) (2019)
Journal Article
Stathi, A., Withall, J., Thompson, J. L., Davis, M. G., Gray, S., De Koning, J., …Fox, K. R. (2020). Feasibility trial evaluation of a peer volunteering active aging intervention: ACE (Active, Connected, Engaged). Gerontologist, 60(3), 571-582. https://doi.org/10.1093/geront/gnz003

© The Author(s) 2019. Published by Oxford University Press on behalf of The Gerontological Society of America. BACKGROUND: ACE (Active, Connected, Engaged) is a theory-informed, pragmatic intervention using peer volunteering support to promote active... Read More about Feasibility trial evaluation of a peer volunteering active aging intervention: ACE (Active, Connected, Engaged).

Affective experiences of built environments and the promotion of urban walking (2019)
Journal Article
Bornioli, A., Parkhurst, G., & Morgan, P. L. (2019). Affective experiences of built environments and the promotion of urban walking. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 123, 200-215. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tra.2018.12.006

According to psychological theories of environmental affect, the physical environment moderates the walking experience and its psychological wellbeing benefits. The present paper further demonstrates that affective experiences also influence intentio... Read More about Affective experiences of built environments and the promotion of urban walking.

User decision-making in transitions to electrified, autonomous, shared or reduced mobility (2019)
Journal Article
Whittle, C., Whitmarsh, L., Hagger, P., Morgan, P., & Parkhurst, G. (2019). User decision-making in transitions to electrified, autonomous, shared or reduced mobility. Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment, 71, 302-319. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.trd.2018.12.014

Mobility affords a range of benefits, but there are environmental, social and economic problems associated with current transport systems. Innovations to address these issues include novel technologies (e.g., electric and autonomous vehicles; EVs, AV... Read More about User decision-making in transitions to electrified, autonomous, shared or reduced mobility.

Analysis of the passengers’ experience and travel time use on board urban buses. The case of Brescia (2018)
Journal Article
Bonera, M., Maternini, G., Clayton, W., Paddeu, D., & Parkhurst, G. (2018). Analysis of the passengers’ experience and travel time use on board urban buses. The case of Brescia

Providing users of the public transport with a satisfactory service is necessary to discourage the use of private transport modes. In addition to ensuring high performance in terms of accessibility, usability and availability of the service, in recen... Read More about Analysis of the passengers’ experience and travel time use on board urban buses. The case of Brescia.

The psychological wellbeing benefits of place engagement during walking in urban environments: A qualitative photo-elicitation study (2018)
Journal Article
Bornioli, A., Parkhurst, G., & Morgan, P. (2018). The psychological wellbeing benefits of place engagement during walking in urban environments: A qualitative photo-elicitation study. Health and Place, 53, 228-236. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.healthplace.2018.08.018

© 2018 Elsevier Ltd The psychological wellbeing potential of walking in urban environments has received limited attention from scholars, despite the important public health implications of identifying characteristics of urban settings that support we... Read More about The psychological wellbeing benefits of place engagement during walking in urban environments: A qualitative photo-elicitation study.

The potential for personalised public transport solutions to enhance job seekers' access to employment sites. (2018)
Presentation / Conference
Calvert, T., Crawford, F., Parkhurst, G., & Parkin, J. (2018, July). The potential for personalised public transport solutions to enhance job seekers' access to employment sites. Paper presented at Transport Practitioners' Meeting (TPM), Oxford, UK

This paper examines the importance of the accessibility of employment locations to job-seekers’ perceived work options. It investigates the potential of an employment site-oriented Personalised Collective Transport Service (PCTS) to help solve the li... Read More about The potential for personalised public transport solutions to enhance job seekers' access to employment sites..

New technologies and automation for last mile deliveries: Advantages, disadvantages and policy implications (2018)
Presentation / Conference
Paddeu, D., & Parkhurst, G. (2018, July). New technologies and automation for last mile deliveries: Advantages, disadvantages and policy implications. Paper presented at 16th Annual Practitioners’ Meeting (TPM), Oxford

Urban freight transport is crucial to ensuring the economic vitality of a city. However, significant negative externalities arise from freight flows in an urban area (e.g. polluting emissions, contribution to congestion, noise, etc.). Alternatives to... Read More about New technologies and automation for last mile deliveries: Advantages, disadvantages and policy implications.

The many assumptions about self‐driving cars – Where are we heading and who is in the driving seat? (2018)
Presentation / Conference
Parkhurst, G., & Lyons, G. (2018, July). The many assumptions about self‐driving cars – Where are we heading and who is in the driving seat?. Paper presented at 16th Annual Transport Practitioners' Meeting

Will our future be filled with self-driving cars? If so, when are they due to hit our streets, will they have steering wheels, and will people own them or hail them? There is, we suggest, an ‘emotive enthusiasm’ amongst policymakers and industry play... Read More about The many assumptions about self‐driving cars – Where are we heading and who is in the driving seat?.

Psychological wellbeing benefits of simulated exposure to five urban settings: An experimental study from the pedestrian's perspective (2018)
Journal Article
Bornioli, A., Parkhurst, G., & Morgan, P. (2018). Psychological wellbeing benefits of simulated exposure to five urban settings: An experimental study from the pedestrian's perspective. Journal of Transport and Health, 9, 105-116. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jth.2018.02.003

© 2018 Elsevier Ltd The potential health benefits of walking in attractive, predominantly built-up urban settings have not received much attention from scholars, despite the global need to increase walking levels in cities. The current experimental s... Read More about Psychological wellbeing benefits of simulated exposure to five urban settings: An experimental study from the pedestrian's perspective.


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