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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?.

Equestrian road collisions: An analysis of the collision record, riding behaviours and experiences (2019)
Journal Article
Trump, D., & Parkin, J. (2020). Equestrian road collisions: An analysis of the collision record, riding behaviours and experiences. Safety Science, 123, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ssci.2019.104523

© 2019 Elsevier Ltd In 2017, 78 equestrians were involved in road collisions involving personal injury in Great Britain, with 22 people being seriously injured and 61 being slightly injured. While the absolute numbers of collisions and injuries relat... Read More about Equestrian road collisions: An analysis of the collision record, riding behaviours and experiences.

Effects of city-wide 20 mph (30km/hour) speed limits on road injuries in Bristol, UK (2019)
Journal Article
Bornioli, A., Bray, I., Pilkington, P., & Parkin, J. (2020). Effects of city-wide 20 mph (30km/hour) speed limits on road injuries in Bristol, UK. Injury Prevention, 26(1), 85-88. https://doi.org/10.1136/injuryprev-2019-043305

Twenty miles per hour (32 km/hour) or 30 km/hour speed limits represent a potential strategy to reduce urban road injuries and are becoming increasingly widespread. However, no study has conducted a robust evaluation of the effects of city-wide 20 mp... Read More about Effects of city-wide 20 mph (30km/hour) speed limits on road injuries in Bristol, UK.

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?.

New appraisal values of travel time saving and reliability in Great Britain (2019)
Journal Article
Börjesson, M., Bliemer, M., Batley, R., Bates, J., Bliemer, J., Bourdon, J., …Worsley, T. (2019). New appraisal values of travel time saving and reliability in Great Britain. Transportation, 46(3), 583-621. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11116-017-9798-7

© 2017, The Author(s). This paper provides an overview of the study ‘Provision of market research for value of time savings and reliability’ undertaken by the Arup/ITS Leeds/Accent consortium for the UK Department for Transport (DfT). The paper summa... Read More about New appraisal values of travel time saving and reliability in Great Britain.

Special Issue “Walking and Cycling for better Transport, Health and the Environment” (2019)
Journal Article
Gerike, R., de Nazelle, A., Wittwer, R., & Parkin, J. (2019). Special Issue “Walking and Cycling for better Transport, Health and the Environment”. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 123, 1-6. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tra.2019.02.010

Walking and cycling for transport have gained considerable importance in research and policy making in recent years. Empirical research on correlates of active travel is increasing at a significant pace. Attention has spread from an initially quite d... Read More about Special Issue “Walking and Cycling for better Transport, Health and the Environment”.

Understanding attitudes to priorities at side road junctions (2019)
Journal Article
Flower, J., & Parkin, J. (2019). Understanding attitudes to priorities at side road junctions. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour, 62, 246-257. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.trf.2019.01.005

Junctions are places of interaction and hence conflict for all road users. Two thirds of all collisions in built up areas occur at junctions, with pedestrians and cyclists being most at risk. The aim of the research is to investigate the attitudes to... Read More about Understanding attitudes to priorities at side road junctions.

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..

Trust in an autonomously driven simulator and vehicle performing maneuvers at a T-junction with and without other vehicles (2018)
Book Chapter
Morgan, P. L., Williams, C., Flower, J., Alford, C., & Parkin, J. (2018). Trust in an autonomously driven simulator and vehicle performing maneuvers at a T-junction with and without other vehicles. In N. Stanton, & J. Kacprzyk (Eds.), Advances in Human Aspects of Transportation Proceedings of the AHFE 2018 International Conference on Human Factors in Transportation, July 21–25, 2018, Loews Sapphire Falls Resort at Universal Studios, Orlando, Florida, USA, 363-375. Springer

Autonomous vehicle (AV) technology is developing rapidly. Level 3 automation assumes the user might need to respond to requests to retake control. Levels 4 (high automation) and 5 (full automation) do not require human monitoring of the driving task... Read More about Trust in an autonomously driven simulator and vehicle performing maneuvers at a T-junction with and without other vehicles.

Development of a Combined Heat and Power sizing model for higher education buildings in the United Kingdom (2018)
Journal Article
Amber, K. P., Dunn, A., Parkin, J., & Day, A. (2018). Development of a Combined Heat and Power sizing model for higher education buildings in the United Kingdom. Energy and Buildings, 172, 537-553. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.enbuild.2018.02.027

© 2018 Elsevier B.V. The four Higher Education Funding Councils in the United Kingdom want all universities to reduce CO2 emissions by 34% by 2020 compared to a 2005 base. Universities that have installed Combined Heat and Power (CHP) technology are... Read More about Development of a Combined Heat and Power sizing model for higher education buildings in the United Kingdom.

Book review of O’Flaherty, C. with Hughes, D. (2016) Highways: the location, design, construction and maintenance of road pavements 5th edition. ICE Publishing, London (2017)
Journal Article
Parkin, J. (2017). Book review of O’Flaherty, C. with Hughes, D. (2016) Highways: the location, design, construction and maintenance of road pavements 5th edition. ICE Publishing, London. Proceedings of the ICE - Municipal Engineer, 170(4), 247-247. https://doi.org/10.1680/jmuen.16.00043

Book review of O’Flaherty, C. with Hughes, D. (2016) Highways: the location, design, construction and maintenance of road pavements 5th edition. ICE Publishing, London

Autonomous vehicle interactions in the urban street environment: A research agenda (2017)
Journal Article
Parkin, J., Clark, B., Clayton, W., Ricci, M., & Parkhurst, G. (2018). Autonomous vehicle interactions in the urban street environment: A research agenda. Proceedings of the ICE - Municipal Engineer, 171(1), 15-25. https://doi.org/10.1680/jmuen.16.00062

© ICE Publishing 2018. All rights reserved. The Venturer project is trialling an autonomous vehicle (AV) in the context of use on urban roads. This paper summarises a literature review undertaken to assist in developing a research agenda for the tria... Read More about Autonomous vehicle interactions in the urban street environment: A research agenda.

Summary of outcomes of the cycling demonstration towns and Cycling City and Towns Programmes (2017)
Report
Cycling City and Towns Programmes

The Cycling Demonstration Towns (CDT) programme ran from October 2005 to March 2011, and involved six medium-sized towns, with populations of between 65,000 and 245,000 people. The partly concurrent Cycling City and Towns (CCT) programme ran from Jul... Read More about Summary of outcomes of the cycling demonstration towns and Cycling City and Towns Programmes.

Cycling and disability: A call for further research (2017)
Journal Article
Clayton, W., Parkin, J., & Billington, C. (2017). Cycling and disability: A call for further research. Journal of Transport and Health, 6, 452-462. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jth.2017.01.013

© 2017 Cycling can offer health benefits, and these benefits are relevant for disabled people. Few disabled people cycle, and disability is under-researched in cycling studies. This paper (i) reviews current research into disabled cycling, and provid... Read More about Cycling and disability: A call for further research.

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.

The EVIDENCE project: Measure no.20 - Cycling (2016)
Journal Article
Parkin, J. (2016). The EVIDENCE project: Measure no.20 - Cycling. World Transport Policy and Practice, 22(1/2), 193-202

Positive Benefit-Cost-Ratios (BCRs) are seen for networks of cycle paths, based on journey time savings and lower health and fuel costs. Positive BCRs at the lower end of the scale derive benefits mainly from the value of time; health benefits contri... Read More about The EVIDENCE project: Measure no.20 - Cycling.


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