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Fair bus fares for young people: A policy briefing assessing bus fare support for young people across the UK (2022)
Report
Collings, S., Chatterjee, K., & Cope, A. (2022). Fair bus fares for young people: A policy briefing assessing bus fare support for young people across the UK. Bristol: UWE Bristol

Between the ages of 16 and 24, young people experience a succession of life changes. During this time, transport plays an important role in helping young people to connect to new experiences, to become independent and to develop their identify. Howev... Read More about Fair bus fares for young people: A policy briefing assessing bus fare support for young people across the UK.

Exploring the use and perception of shared bikes for commuting and business travel on the urban fringe (2021)
Presentation / Conference
Calvert, T., Bartle, C., & Parkhurst, G. (2021, July). Exploring the use and perception of shared bikes for commuting and business travel on the urban fringe. Presented at 53rd Annual UTSG conference, Loughborough UK

Globally, bike-share schemes are in a state of flux; 1,977 public schemes are currently operating but another 835 have closed (Meddin et al., 2021), as new ‘fifth generation’ schemes (typically dockless) compete with each other and squeeze the more m... Read More about Exploring the use and perception of shared bikes for commuting and business travel on the urban fringe.

What do we mean by mobility as a service? A working note of the MultiCAV project (2019)
Working Paper
Bartle, C., Calvert, T., Lyons, G., & Parkhurst, G. What do we mean by mobility as a service? A working note of the MultiCAV project

The term Mobility as a Service (MaaS) is in growing use by professional associations, research and governmental organisations, and in academic publications. However, it is clear that the use of the term shows considerable variation across the transpo... Read More about What do we mean by mobility as a service? A working note of the MultiCAV project.

User experience of the Milton Park bike-share scheme report of survey
Report
Calvert, T., Bartle, C., & Parkhurst, G. User experience of the Milton Park bike-share scheme report of survey. Innovate UK

In February 2020, six electric bikes (e-bikes) were added to the Milton Park fleet of 18 ‘conventional’ shared bikes, with funding from the MultiCAV project. The scheme is operated by Bainton Bikes of Oxford using Donkey Republic software, and brande... Read More about User experience of the Milton Park bike-share scheme report of survey.

Potential challenges facing persons-in-charge of automated buses, and means of recruiting, testing, and training them: An evidence review
Report
Calvert, T., Parkin, J., Parkhurst, G., & Bartle, C. Potential challenges facing persons-in-charge of automated buses, and means of recruiting, testing, and training them: An evidence review. Centre for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles, Innovate UK

Whilst promising many benefits, widespread private automated vehicles also hold potential to increase traffic flows, worsen congestion, worsen public health, and reduce public transport use (Ainsalu et al., 2018). At the same time, there is potential... Read More about Potential challenges facing persons-in-charge of automated buses, and means of recruiting, testing, and training them: An evidence review.