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Our panel of experts has reviewed the evidence on 22 areas of sustainable urban mobility. Select your topic of interest in the box above to see the material available and then click through to access the evidence. Some material is located on subscription or pay-per-view websites, but you should expect to reach an abstract describing the content. Where available, free to access versions have been chosen.

For those people who do not have access to subscription sites hosting academic material, we would suggest visiting the http://scholar.google.co.uk/ website (or variant for your country), and searching for a particular article(s). This will sometimes provide a link to a pre-publication copy, or institutional copy of the same material.

While these links all worked when the database was created we cannot guarantee they will always work. In some cases links may bring you to a website where you will have to do a search for the material.

Study looking to better understand  the problems experienced with interchange between bus and metro (rail) networks, using the example of Bangkok, Thailand. Survey of users moving between subway stations and buses are used to inform a modelling exercise to determine what would contribute to more effective interchange facilities.

This paper provides a synthesis of the evidence on the patronage growth performance of bus improvement measures in urban settings. The evidence includes a summary of experience in Europe, North America and Australasia.

This paper presents the findings of a comparative empirical case-study based on a field survey of city centre car parking and edge-of-city Park and Ride facilities. The study focusses on the city of Bath in the UK, and utilizes both spatial and statistical analyses of data.

Public transit enhancements are being made in Melbourne (Australia) to support (1) a ‘mass transit’ agenda and (2) a 'safety net' minimum service levels ‘social transit’ agenda. This paper reviews recent experience from service upgrades to assess how effective they have been in terms of these agendas.

Final report of the INCOME study of urban traffic management systems (UTMS). The project was particularly concerned with the integration of three key components: urban traffic control (UTC), public transport systems (PTS) and driver information systems (DIS). Systems and strategies were tried and evaluated in London, Gothenburg, Turin and Piraeus.

This handbook presents a broad “case for Travel demand management (TDM)” that addresses a wide range of issues. It is intended to serve the greatest number of stakeholders, including those who do not have a financial focus. The report, however, does maintain a strong bias toward  measurable benefits and the presentation of references to credible (although not necessarily peer reviewed) sources of information.

This paper reports the results of a package of measures, contained within a quality bus partnership (QBP), designed to improve bus service quality and information on three city centre routes in Winchester (UK), including a Park and Ride (P&R) service.

Academic journal article exploring access and egress modes on journeys to and from railway stations in the Netherlands. The effect of car ownership on mode choice for the journey to a station is studied, as are passengers views of the station and of the journey to the station on their overall perception of traveling by rail.

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