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Access To Evidence (351)

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.

Descriptive case study of city centre pedestrianisation scheme in Lyon, France.

This article investigates the merits of free public transport as a means to achieve a number of transport policy objectives, including mode shift towards public transport. It outlines some political and societal motivations behind proposals for free and low fare schemes, and presents key economic principles for public transport pricing.

Study drawing on 2000 data for 43 US cities exploring the role of cycle lanes. Statistical modelling of aggregate data is used to better understand cross-sectional analysis of cycle use versus presence of varying qualities of cycles lanes (segregated / on-road).

This report presents the findings of an international literature review on the implementation and evaluation of HOV lanes. The objective of the review is to identify areas where previous experience could be relevant to the design, operation and monitoring of such lanes in the UK.

An overview of employer actions to encourage more sustainable commuting in Belgium. Data is drawn from the Belgian 2005 Home-to-Work-Travel (HTWT) survey.

This paper discusses the experiences with, and impacts of a number of policy initiatives to promote the use of bike-and-ride, or the combined use of bicycle and public transport for one trip, in the Netherlands.

Reports on a trial in London in which a major stationery and office supplies company changed to making deliveries to customers with electric tricycles and vans operating from a urban micro-consolidation centre located in the delivery area. Success seen in the trial led to the business continuing the operation. (Browne et al 2011 also reviewed this intervention).

This report provides information about the travel behaviour of shoppers in Edinburgh City Centre. It was found that around 20% of shoppers travelling by car, whilst retailers thought it was 40%.

City of Edinburgh (2006), Internal paper on parking provision in Edinburgh.

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  • ui
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