Skip to main content

Research Repository

See what's under the surface


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

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?.

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 ‘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.

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.

Bridging the gap: A case study of a partnership approach to skills development through student engagement in bristol’s green capital year (2018)
Journal Article
Bigg, M., Brooks, I., Clayton, W., Darwen, J., Gough, G., Hyland, F., …Willmore, C. (2018). Bridging the gap: A case study of a partnership approach to skills development through student engagement in bristol’s green capital year. Higher Education Pedagogies, 3(1), 417-428. https://doi.org/10.1080/23752696.2018.1499419

© 2018 The Author(s). Published by Informa UK Limited, trading as Taylor & Francis Group. HEIs are well placed to engage with local communities, and can connect students with organisations through several pathways, such as volunteering opportunitie... Read More about Bridging the gap: A case study of a partnership approach to skills development through student engagement in bristol’s green capital year.

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 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.

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.

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.

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.

Student capital: Broadening the appeal of sustainability engagement (2017)
Journal Article
Clayton, W., Longhurst, J., Willmore, C., & Gough, G. (2017). Student capital: Broadening the appeal of sustainability engagement

The biggest sustainability impact of any university is its graduates, who typically will have 60 years of life (and planetary impact) post-graduation1. Across the world, universities have direct access to millions of bright and capable young people,... Read More about Student capital: Broadening the appeal of sustainability engagement.

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?

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.

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.