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The Journey Experience (2019)
Book Chapter
Jain, J., & Clayton, W. (2019). The Journey Experience. In I. Docherty, & J. Shaw (Eds.), Transport Matters, (227-250). Bristol, UK: Policy Press

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..

When urban environments meet pedestrian’s thoughts: implications for pedestrian affect (2019)
Journal Article
Calvert, T., Jain, J., & Chatterjee, K. (2019). When urban environments meet pedestrian’s thoughts: implications for pedestrian affect. Mobilities, 14(5), 545-560. https://doi.org/10.1080/17450101.2019.1613025

© 2019, © 2019 Informa UK Limited, trading as Taylor & Francis Group. This UK-based study explores the ways in which urban environments and pedestrians’ thoughts interact. Such interactions have implications for hedonic well-being and affect. Analy... Read More about When urban environments meet pedestrian’s thoughts: implications for pedestrian affect.

It's about time ... (2018)
Book Chapter
Jain, J. (2018). It's about time ... In S. Kesselring, M. Sheller, & O. B. Jensen (Eds.), Mobilities and Complexities, (119-125). Abingdon, UK, and New York, USA: Taylor & Francis (Routledge)

The ‘digital glimpse’ as imagining home (2018)
Journal Article
Clayton, W., Jain, J., Ladkin, A., & Marouda, M. (2018). The ‘digital glimpse’ as imagining home. Mobilities, 13(3), 382-396. https://doi.org/10.1080/17450101.2017.1365473

© 2017 Informa UK Limited, trading as Taylor & Francis Group. This paper proposes the concept of the ‘digital glimpse’, which develops the existing framing of imaginative travel. Here it articulates the experiences of mobile workers digitally conne... Read More about The ‘digital glimpse’ as imagining home.

Continuously connected customer (2018)
Report
Jain, J., Bartle, C., & Clayton, W. (2018). Continuously connected customer

The Continuously Connected Customer research was the first in-depth evaluation of free WiFi in a real-world setting within the UK. This document summarises four key messages and what they mean next for the rail industry.

Young people’s travel – What’s changed and why? Review and analysis (2018)
Report
Chatterjee, K., Goodwin, P., Schwanen, T., Clark, B., Jain, J., Melia, S., …Stokes, G. (2018). Young people’s travel – What’s changed and why? Review and analysis

Young adults in Great Britain and other countries are driving less now than young adults did in the early 1990s. The Department for Transport (DfT) commissioned the Centre for Transport and Society (UWE, Bristol) and the Transport Studies Unit (Unive... Read More about Young people’s travel – What’s changed and why? Review and analysis.

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.

Present whilst absent: Home and the business tourist gaze (2017)
Journal Article
Ladkin, A., Willis, C., Jain, J., Clayton, W., & Marouda, M. (2017). Present whilst absent: Home and the business tourist gaze. Annals of Tourism Research, 63, 48-59. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.annals.2016.10.008

© 2016 This paper reflects on business travel as a contemporary form of mobility and how it relates to family life. Through qualitative research with business travellers, insights are gained into the role digital technology plays in enabling connecti... Read More about Present whilst absent: Home and the business tourist gaze.

Changing times – A decade of empirical insight into the experience of rail passengers in Great Britain (2016)
Journal Article
Lyons, G., Jain, J., & Weir, I. (2016). Changing times – A decade of empirical insight into the experience of rail passengers in Great Britain. Journal of Transport Geography, 57, 94-104. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jtrangeo.2016.10.003

© 2016 Elsevier Ltd In the last decade the number of rail passenger journeys in Great Britain has increased by half and car trips per person are down by a tenth. Meanwhile there has been significant growth in internet use and ownership of smartphones... Read More about Changing times – A decade of empirical insight into the experience of rail passengers in Great Britain.

Business travellers' connections to home: ICTs supporting work-life balance (2016)
Journal Article
Ladkin, A., Willis, C., Jain, J., Clayton, W., & Marouda, M. (2016). Business travellers' connections to home: ICTs supporting work-life balance. New Technology, Work and Employment, 31(3), 255-270

This paper examines the role of information communication technology in enabling connections to home for work related travellers. Although digital connectivity for work related tasks are well researched, the use of digital technology for home communi... Read More about Business travellers' connections to home: ICTs supporting work-life balance.

The EVIDENCE project: Measure no.19 - Walking (2016)
Journal Article
Jain, J. (2016). The EVIDENCE project: Measure no.19 - Walking. World Transport Policy and Practice, 22(1/2), 186-192

One of twenty two reviews of the economic benefits of different types of sustainable mobility intervention produced for the EU-funded EVIDENCE research project. This review, No19, focusses on the possible economic benefits of walking schemes.

An ideal journey: Making bus travel desirable (2016)
Journal Article
Clayton, W., Jain, J., & Parkhurst, G. (2016). An ideal journey: Making bus travel desirable. Mobilities, 12(5), 706-725. https://doi.org/10.1080/17450101.2016.1156424

This paper explores the ways in which people use their travel-time on local buses, and explains how this knowledge can assist with efforts in many ‘auto-centric’ societies to make bus travel more attractive and encourage a shift away from excessive p... Read More about An ideal journey: Making bus travel desirable.

Transport policy and social inclusion (2016)
Journal Article
Ricci, M., Parkhurst, G., & Jain, J. (2016). Transport policy and social inclusion. Social Inclusion, 4(3), 1-6. https://doi.org/10.17645/si.v4i3.668

© 2016 by the authors; licensee Cogitatio (Lisbon, Portugal). ‘Transport-related Social inclusion’ is a specific naming of the complex set of interrelationships within which accessibility plays an important role in whether a citizen achieves the leve... Read More about Transport policy and social inclusion.

Urban walking experience, understood as relationships between the pedestrian's inner world, the city they experience and their physical movement of walking (2015)
Presentation / Conference
Calvert, T., Jain, J., & Chatterjee, K. (2015, January). Urban walking experience, understood as relationships between the pedestrian's inner world, the city they experience and their physical movement of walking. Paper presented at 47th Annual Universities' Transport Study Group Conference (UTSG)

There is growing interest in walking and how it can be encouraged due to its potential to ameliorate public health, environmental and congestion issues and the economic benefits attendant on this. However there is little research about the experience... Read More about Urban walking experience, understood as relationships between the pedestrian's inner world, the city they experience and their physical movement of walking.

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’.

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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