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Avineri, E. (2009) Changing travel behaviour: Lessons from "behavioural economics". Transportation Professional. pp. 28-29. ISSN 1478-4467

Avineri, E. (2009) Changing travel behaviour: Lessons from behavioural economics. In: The 4th Annual Traffic Management and Parking Conference (TMAP 2009), Manchester, UK, 2009. Manchester, UK: UNSPECIFIED

Avineri, E. (2009) Incorporating fuzzy reference points into applications of travel choice modelling. In: Avineri, E., Köppen, M., Sunitiyoso, Y., Dahal, K. and Roy, R., eds. (2009) Applications of Soft Computing: Updating the State of Art. (52) Germany: Springer-Verlag, pp. 221-229. ISBN 978-3-540-88078-3

Avineri, E. (2009) Nudging travellers to make better choices. In: The International Choice Modelling Conference, Harrogate, UK, 30 March - 2 April 2009.

Avineri, E. (2009) Social value orientation and the efficiency of traffic networks. In: Kitamura, R., Yoshii, T. and Yamamoto, T., eds. (2009) The Expanding Sphere of Travel Behaviour Research: Selected Papers from the 11th International Conference on Travel Behaviour Research. Emerald, pp. 725-743. ISBN 978-1-84855-936-3

Avineri, E. (2009) The choice challenge. Public Service Review: European Science and Technology, 2. pp. 133-134.

Avineri, E. (2009) The fuzzy meaning of reference-based perceptions in travel choice modelling. In: Transportation Research Board (TRB) 88th Annual Meeting, Washington DC, USA, 2009.

Avineri, E., Köppen, M., Sunitiyoso, Y., Dahal, K. and Roy, R. (2009) Applications of soft computing: Updating the state of art. (52) Germany: Springer-Verlag. ISBN 978-3-540-88078-3

Avineri, E. and Susilo, Y. (2009) The effects of household size and structure on household travel time allocation. In: Proceedings of the 41st Annual UTSG (The Universities'' Transport Study Group) Conference, London, UK, 2009.

Bartle, C., Avineri, E. and Chatterjee, K. (2009) Word-of-mouth travel information: Who tells what to whom, and what difference does it make? In: Proceedings of the 41st Annual UTSG (The Universities Transport Study Group) Conference, London, UK, 5-7 January 2009.

Ben-Elia, E. and Ettema, D. (2009) Carrots versus sticks: Rewarding commuters for avoiding the rush-hour - a study of willingness to participate. Transport Policy, 16 (2). pp. 68-76. ISSN 0967070X

Calvert, T. and Avineri, E. (2009) Who wants to commute more and why? Exploring the positive utility of the commute. In: Proceedings of the 41st UTSG (The Universities Transport Study Group) Conference, London, UK, 2009.

Chatterjee, K. (2009) A comparative evaluation of large-scale personal travel planning projects in England. Transport Policy, 16 (6). pp. 293-305. ISSN 0967-070X

Chatterjee, K. and Bonsall, P. (2009) Editorial for special issue on 'Evaluation of programmes promoting voluntary change in travel behaviour'. Transport Policy, 16 (6). pp. 279-280. ISSN 0967-070X

Chatterjee, K. and Dudley, G. (2009) End of the motor car age: The evidence and what could follow. In: RGS-IBG Annual International Conference, Manchester, 26-28 August 2009.

Chatterjee, K. and Ma, K. (2009) Time taken for residents to adopt a new public transport service: Examining heterogeneity through duration modelling. Transportation, 36 (1). pp. 1-25. ISSN 0049-4488

Chatterton, T., Coulter, A., Musselwhite, C., Lyons, G. and Clegg, S. (2009) Understanding how transport choices are affected by environment and health: Views expressed in a study on the use of carbon calculator. Public Health, 123 (1). pp. 45-49. ISSN 0033-3506

Clark, B., Lyons, G. and Chatterjee, K. (2009) Understanding the dynamics of car ownership: Some unanswered questions. In: Proceedings of the 41st Universities' Transport Study Group Conference, London, UK, 5-7 January 2009.

Farag, S. and Lyons, G. (2009) Explaining public transport information use through attitude theory. In: Proceedings of the 41st Universities Transport Study Group Conference, London, UK, 5-7 January 2009.

Farag, S. and Lyons, G. (2009) Public transport information (non-)use empirically investigated for different trip types. In: The 88th TRB Annual Meeting, Washington D.C. USA, 2009.

Goodwin, P. and Lyons, G. (2009) Public attitudes to transport: Scrutinising the evidence. In: Proceedings of the 41st Universities Transport Study Group Conference, London, UK, 5-7 January 2009.

Haddad, H., Lyons, G. and Chatterjee, K. (2009) An examination of determinants influencing the desire for and frequency of part-day and whole-day homeworking. Journal of Transport Geography, 17 (2). pp. 124-133. ISSN 0966-6923

Jain, J. (2009) The making of mundane bus journeys. In: Vannini, P., ed. (2009) The Culture of Alternative Mobilities: Routes Less Traveled. Farnham, UK: Ashgate, pp. 91-110. ISBN 9780754676669

Lyons, G. (2009) Are travel information services realising their potential? The Essential Guide to Travel Demand Management & Smarter Choices. pp. 21-23.

Lyons, G. (2009) Business travel: The social practices surrounding meetings. In: Fourth Specialist Meeting of the Network 'ICTs: Mobilizing Persons, Places and Spaces', Quebec, Canada, 7-9 October 2009.

Lyons, G. (2009) The climate committee’s report has given a misleading message to transport practitioners. Viewpoint. Local Transport Today, LTT510. p. 12.

Lyons, G. (2009) The reshaping of activities and mobility through new technologies. Editorial for special issue on ICT and the shaping of access, mobility and everyday life. Journal of Transport Geography, 17 (2). pp. 81-82. ISSN 0966-6923

Lyons, G., Musselwhite, C., Dudley, G., Goodwin, P. and Wiltshire, P. (2009) Business attitudes to transport: Knowledge review of existing evidence. Project Report. Department for Transport.

Martin, D. and Chatterjee, K. (2009) Views of public realm professionals on the implementation of shared spare principles in the South West of England. In: Proceedings of the 41st Universities' Transport Study Group, London, UK, 2009.

Melia, S. (2009) Potential for carfree development in the UK. PhD, University of the West of England.

Musselwhite, C., Avineri, E. and Susilo, Y. (2009) Understanding public attitudes to road user safety. Vol 1: Theoretical review and Vol 2: Field survey results. Project Report. Department for Transport, London.

Musselwhite, C. and Haddad, H. (2009) Using grounded theory to elicit the driving needs of older people. In: Include 2009: International Conference on Inclusive Design, London, UK, 5-8 April 2009.

Musselwhite, C. and Lyons, G. (2009) Exploring the public acceptability of road pricing. In: Proceedings of the 41st Universities Transport Study Group Conference, London, UK, 5-7 January 2009. London: University College London

Nikitas, A., Avineri, E. and Parkhurst, G. (2009) Do older people hold different attitudes towards road pricing schemes than younger people do? In: Proceedings of the 41st Annual UTSG (The Universities Transport Study Group) Conference, London, UK, 2009.

Nikitas, A., Avineri, E. and Parkhurst, G. (2009) Road pricing schemes: Does age affect attitude? PROJECT, Journal of the Department of Planning and Architecture, , 1. pp. 40-42. ISSN 2042 -7654

Parkhurst, G. and Shergold, I. (2009) Literature review – The treatment of social and distributional impacts in appraisal and evaluation. Project Report. Department for Transport, London.

Sherwin, H. and Parkhurst, G. (2009) Bike-sharing schemes: Opportunities and challenges. In: Cycling and Society Symposium, Bolton, UK, 7th September, 2009.

Sherwin, H. and Parkhurst, G. (2009) Who chooses to bike-rail integrate? Lessons for rail and cycle policy. In: Proceedings of the 41st Universities Transport Study Group Conference, London, UK, 2009.

Sunitiyoso, Y., Avineri, E. and Chatterjee, K. (2009) Role of minority influence on the diffusion of compliance with a demand management measure. In: Kitamura, R., Yoshii, T. and Yamamoto, T., eds. (2009) The Expanding Sphere of Travel Behaviour Research. Emerald Group Publishing Limited, pp. 643-672. ISBN 978-1-84855-936-3

Susilo, Y. and Dijst, M. (2009) Do you really want to travel one hour just for a glass of milk? A travel time ratio study in the Netherlands. In: Proceedings of the 41st Universities Transport Study Group Conference, London, UK, 5-7 January 2009.

Susilo, Y. and Dijst, M. (2009) How far is too far? Travel time ratios for activity participations in the Netherlands. In: Presented at the 88th TRB Annual Meeting, 2009.

Susilo, Y. and Dijst, M. (2009) How far is too far? Travel time ratios for activity participations in the Netherlands. Transportation Research Record: Journal of Transportation Research Board, 2134. pp. 89-98. ISSN 0361-1981

Susilo, Y. and Stead, D. (2009) Individual CO2 emissions and the potential for reduction in the Netherlands and the United Kingdom. In: The 88th TRB Annual Meeting, Washington D.C., USA, 2009.

Susilo, Y. and Stead, D. (2009) Individual carbon dioxide emissions and the potential for reduction in the Netherlands and the United Kingdom. Transportation Research Record: Journal of Transportation Research Board, 2139. pp. 142-152. ISSN 0361-1981

Waygood, O. (2009) What is the role of mothers in Transit-Oriented Development? The case of Osaka-Kyoto-Kobe. In: 4th International Conference on Women’s Issues in Transportation, Irvine, CA, USA, 27-30 October 2009.

Waygood, O. and Kitamura, R. (2009) Children in a rail-based developed area of Japan: Travel patterns, independence and exercise. Transportation Research Record: Journal of Transportation Research Board, 2125. pp. 36-43. ISSN 0361-1981

Yilin, S., Waygood, O., Fukui, K. and Kitamura, R. (2009) The built environment or household lifecycle stages: Which explains sustainable travel more? The case of Kyoto-Osaka-Kobe built area. Transportation Research Record: Journal of Transportation Research Board, 2135. pp. 123-129. ISSN 0361-1981

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