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Why did UK governments cut road building in the 1990s and expand it after 2010? (2019)
Journal Article
Melia, D. S. (2019). Why did UK governments cut road building in the 1990s and expand it after 2010?. Transport Policy, 81, 242-253. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tranpol.2019.07.006

Why did a Conservative UK government decide to cut back road building during a time of austerity in the 1990s, whereas a Conservative-led Coalition government decided to substantially increase road building during a time of austerity after 2010? This... Read More

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

Commuting and Wellbeing: A Critical Overview of the Literature with Implications for Policy and Future Research (2019)
Journal Article
Chatterjee, K., Chng, S., Clark, B., Davis, A., De Vos, J., Ettema, D., …Reardon, L. (in press). Commuting and Wellbeing: A Critical Overview of the Literature with Implications for Policy and Future Research. Transport Reviews, https://doi.org/10.1080/01441647.2019.1649317

This review provides a critical overview of what has been learnt about commuting’s impact on subjective wellbeing (SWB). It is structured around a conceptual model which assumes commuting can affect SWB over three time horizons: (i) during the journe... Read More

When urban environments meet pedestrians' thoughts: Implications for pedestrian affect (2019)
Journal Article
Calvert, T., Jain, J., & Chatterjee, K. (in press). When urban environments meet pedestrians' thoughts: Implications for pedestrian affect. Mobilities, https://doi.org/10.1080/17450101.2019.1613025

This UK-based study explores the ways in which urban environments and pedestrians’ thoughts interact. Such interactions have implications for hedonic wellbeing and affect. Analysis of innovative interviews with pedestrians highlights different orient... Read More

The effect of motorization to the development of urban public transport (2019)
Presentation / Conference
Joewono, T. B., Susilo, Y., Santosa, W., & Parikesit, D. (2019, June). The effect of motorization to the development of urban public transport. Paper presented at The 9th Indonesian National Symposium of Inter-University Transportation Study Forum, Brawijaya University

Assessment of the relationship between industrial and non-industrial sources contributing to air quality objective exceedences: A theoretical modelling exercise (2019)
Presentation / Conference
Leksmono, N., Longhurst, J., Fisher, B., Chatterton, T., Irwin, J., & Ling, K. (2019, June). Assessment of the relationship between industrial and non-industrial sources contributing to air quality objective exceedences: A theoretical modelling exercise. Presented at Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Urban Air Quality: Measuring, Modelling and Management