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Working Papers

2020

  1. Urban Costs and the Spatial Structure of Cities: A Laboratory Experiment
    Working Papers, HAL Downloads

Journal Articles

2020

  1. Mobility as a service (MaaS): Charting a future context
    Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 2020, 131, (C), 5-19 Downloads
  2. Mobility as a service in community transport in Australia: Can it provide a sustainable future?
    Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 2020, 131, (C), 107-122 Downloads View citations (2)
  3. Public preferences for mobility as a service: Insights from stated preference surveys
    Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 2020, 131, (C), 70-90 Downloads View citations (1)

2019

  1. Impact of childhood experiences on public transport travel behaviour
    Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 2019, 130, (C), 783-798 Downloads

2018

  1. Barriers and facilitators of integration between buses with a higher level of service and rail: An Australian case study
    Research in Transportation Economics, 2018, 69, (C), 39-50 Downloads
  2. Community transport meets mobility as a service: On the road to a new a flexible future
    Research in Transportation Economics, 2018, 69, (C), 583-591 Downloads View citations (5)
  3. Does residential property price benefit from light rail in Sydney?
    Research in Transportation Economics, 2018, 67, (C), 3-10 Downloads View citations (6)
  4. How the longer term success of a social marketing program is influenced by socio-demographics and the built environment
    Transportation, 2018, 45, (2), 291-309 Downloads View citations (1)
  5. Inter-modal competition in an urbanised area: Heavy rail and busways
    Research in Transportation Economics, 2018, 69, (C), 77-85 Downloads View citations (2)
  6. Is transport poverty socially or environmentally driven? Comparing the travel behaviours of two low-income populations living in central and peripheral locations in the same city
    Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 2018, 116, (C), 622-634 Downloads View citations (6)
  7. Multi-level governance in public transport: Governmental layering and its influence on public transport service solutions
    Research in Transportation Economics, 2018, 69, (C), 430-437 Downloads View citations (2)
  8. Potential uptake and willingness-to-pay for Mobility as a Service (MaaS): A stated choice study
    Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 2018, 117, (C), 302-318 Downloads View citations (13)
  9. Trade-offs between transaction cost, operation cost and innovation in the context of procurement and asset specificity – The example of the bus industry
    Research in Transportation Economics, 2018, 69, (C), 173-179 Downloads View citations (2)
  10. Will bus travellers walk further for a more frequent service? An international study using a stated preference approach
    Transport Policy, 2018, 69, (C), 88-97 Downloads View citations (2)
  11. Workshop 7 report: The “uberisation” of public transport and mobility as a service (MaaS): Implications for future mainstream public transport
    Research in Transportation Economics, 2018, 69, (C), 568-572 Downloads View citations (5)

2017

  1. Area-wide travel plans—targeting strategies for greater participation in green travel initiatives: a case study of Rouse Hill Town Centre, NSW Australia
    Transportation, 2017, 44, (2), 325-352 Downloads View citations (1)
  2. Determinants of bus rapid transit (BRT) system revenue and effectiveness – A global benchmarking exercise
    Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 2017, 106, (C), 75-88 Downloads View citations (3)
  3. Information for travelling: Awareness and usage of the various sources of information available to public transport users in NSW
    Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 2017, 101, (C), 111-132 Downloads View citations (2)
  4. Mobility as a Services (MaaS) – does it have critical mass?
    Transport Reviews, 2017, 37, (3), 247-251 Downloads View citations (14)
  5. Policy-led selection of the most appropriate empirical model to estimate hedonic prices in the residential market
    Journal of Transport Geography, 2017, 62, (C), 213-228 Downloads View citations (1)
  6. Riding with dogs in cars: What can it teach us about transport practices and policy?
    Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 2017, 106, (C), 278-287 Downloads
  7. Social marketing and the built environment: What matters for travel behaviour change?
    Transportation, 2017, 44, (5), 1147-1167 Downloads View citations (2)

2016

  1. A historical overview of enhanced bus services in Australian cities: What has been tried, what has worked?
    Research in Transportation Economics, 2016, 59, (C), 11-25 Downloads View citations (1)
  2. A theoretical analysis of business models for urban public transport systems, with comparative reference to a Community Franchise involving Individual Line Ownership
    Research in Transportation Economics, 2016, 59, (C), 368-378 Downloads View citations (1)
  3. Disruption costs in bus contract transitions
    Research in Transportation Economics, 2016, 59, (C), 75-85 Downloads View citations (2)
  4. Recognising the complementary contributions of cost benefit analysis and economic impact analysis to an understanding of the worth of public transport investment: A case study of bus rapid transit in Sydney, Australia
    Research in Transportation Economics, 2016, 59, (C), 450-461 Downloads View citations (1)
  5. Residential property value impacts of proximity to transport infrastructure: An investigation of bus rapid transit and heavy rail networks in Brisbane, Australia
    Journal of Transport Geography, 2016, 54, (C), 41-52 Downloads View citations (8)
  6. Vehicle value of travel time savings: Evidence from a group-based modelling approach
    Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 2016, 88, (C), 134-150 Downloads View citations (1)
  7. When and how much does new transport infrastructure add to property values? Evidence from the bus rapid transit system in Sydney, Australia
    Transport Policy, 2016, 51, (C), 15-23 Downloads View citations (7)
  8. Workshop 8 report: The wider economic, social and environmental impacts of public transport investment
    Research in Transportation Economics, 2016, 59, (C), 397-400 Downloads View citations (1)

2015

  1. Identifying preferences for public transport investments under a constrained budget
    Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 2015, 72, (C), 27-46 Downloads View citations (4)
  2. Identifying resident preferences for bus-based and rail-based investments as a complementary buy in perspective to inform project planning prioritisation
    Journal of Transport Geography, 2015, 46, (C), 1-9 Downloads View citations (2)
  3. Intra-household Interactions in tour-based mode choice: The role of social, temporal, spatial and resource constraints
    Transport Policy, 2015, 38, (C), 52-63 Downloads View citations (12)
  4. Intra-household interactions in transport research: a review
    Transport Reviews, 2015, 35, (1), 33-55 Downloads View citations (16)
  5. Measuring the Cost Efficiency of Urban Rail Systems An International Comparison Using DEA and Tobit Models
    Journal of Transport Economics and Policy, 2015, 49, (1), 17-34 Downloads View citations (5)
  6. Modal image: candidate drivers of preference differences for BRT and LRT
    Transportation, 2015, 42, (1), 7-23 Downloads View citations (7)
  7. Understanding the Relationship between Voting Preferences for Public Transport and Perceptions and Preferences for Bus Rapid Transit Versus Light Rail
    Journal of Transport Economics and Policy, 2015, 49, (2), 236-260 Downloads View citations (3)

2014

  1. A Review of Pseudo Panel Data Approach in Estimating Short-run and Long-run Public Transport Demand Elasticities
    Transport Reviews, 2014, 34, (1), 102-121 Downloads View citations (4)
  2. Accessibility and Residential Land Value Uplift: Identifying Spatial Variations in the Accessibility Impacts of a Bus Transitway
    Urban Studies, 2014, 51, (8), 1707-1724 Downloads View citations (23)
  3. Assessing the employment agglomeration and social accessibility impacts of high speed rail in Eastern Australia
    Transportation, 2014, 41, (3), 463-493 Downloads View citations (6)
  4. Bus Rapid Transit versus Heavy Rail in suburban Sydney – Comparing successive iterations of a proposed heavy rail line project to the pre-existing BRT network
    Research in Transportation Economics, 2014, 48, (C), 126-141 Downloads View citations (3)
  5. Complementing distance based charges with discounted registration fees in the reform of road user charges: the impact for motorists and government revenue
    Transportation, 2014, 41, (4), 697-715 Downloads View citations (5)
  6. Drivers of bus rapid transit systems – Influences on patronage and service frequency
    Research in Transportation Economics, 2014, 48, (C), 159-165 Downloads View citations (5)
  7. GIS as a tool for selection of sample areas in a travel behaviour survey
    Journal of Transport Geography, 2014, 34, (C), 233-242 Downloads
  8. Identifying Short-Run and Long-Run Public Transport Demand Elasticities in Sydney A Pseudo Panel Approach
    Journal of Transport Economics and Policy, 2014, 48, (2), 241-259 Downloads View citations (3)
  9. Metrobuses in Sydney: How high capacity and high frequency services are benefiting the Metropolitan fringe
    Research in Transportation Economics, 2014, 48, (C), 339-348 Downloads View citations (3)
  10. Policy approaches to public transport at airports—Some diverging evidence from the UK and Australia
    Transport Policy, 2014, 35, (C), 265-274 Downloads View citations (8)
  11. Workshop 7 Report: Innovative finance for innovative public transport
    Research in Transportation Economics, 2014, 48, (C), 389-392 Downloads View citations (1)

2013

  1. Evaluating the impact of bus network planning changes in Sydney, Australia
    Transport Policy, 2013, 30, (C), 13-25 Downloads View citations (2)
  2. Explaining walking distance to public transport: The dominance of public transport supply
    The Journal of Transport and Land Use, 2013, 6, (2), 5-20 Downloads View citations (22)
  3. How optimal was the Sydney Metro contract?: Comparison with international best practice
    Research in Transportation Economics, 2013, 39, (1), 239-246 Downloads View citations (1)
  4. Multiple purposes at single destination: A key to a better understanding of the relationship between tour complexity and mode choice
    Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 2013, 49, (C), 206-219 Downloads View citations (12)
  5. Public–private contracting and incentives for public transport: Can anything be learned from the Sydney Metro experience?
    Transport Policy, 2013, 27, (C), 73-84 Downloads View citations (5)
  6. The impact of the application of new technology on public transport service provision and the passenger experience: A focus on implementation in Australia
    Research in Transportation Economics, 2013, 39, (1), 300-308 Downloads View citations (4)
  7. The influence of neighbourhood design on travel behaviour: Empirical evidence from North East England
    Transport Policy, 2013, 26, (C), 54-65 Downloads View citations (12)
  8. Tour-based mode choice of joint household travel patterns on weekend and weekday
    Transportation, 2013, 40, (4), 789-811 Downloads View citations (9)
  9. Towards a simplified performance-linked value for money model as a reference point for bus contract payments
    Research in Transportation Economics, 2013, 39, (1), 232-238 Downloads View citations (4)
  10. Workshop 4: Designing contracts/concessions: What has worked and what has not and why?
    Research in Transportation Economics, 2013, 39, (1), 226-231 Downloads View citations (4)

2012

  1. Assessing the wider economy impacts of transport infrastructure investment with an illustrative application to the North-West Rail Link project in Sydney, Australia
    Journal of Transport Geography, 2012, 24, (C), 292-305 Downloads View citations (19)
  2. Understanding spatial variations in the impact of accessibility on land value using geographically weighted regression
    The Journal of Transport and Land Use, 2012, 5, (2), 46-59 Downloads View citations (10)

2010

  1. Passenger experience with quality-enhanced bus service: the tyne and wear ‘superoute’ services
    Transportation, 2010, 37, (2), 239-256 Downloads View citations (18)
  2. Promoting social inclusion in a deregulated environment: Extending accessibility using collective taxi-based services
    Research in Transportation Economics, 2010, 29, (1), 296-303 Downloads View citations (1)
  3. Workshop report - Social inclusion
    Research in Transportation Economics, 2010, 29, (1), 275-279 Downloads View citations (2)

2009

  1. Factors that comprise driver boredom and their relationships to preferred driving speed and demographic variables
    Transportation Planning and Technology, 2009, 33, (1), 75-89 Downloads
  2. Flexible transport services: A new market opportunity for public transport
    Research in Transportation Economics, 2009, 25, (1), 39-45 Downloads View citations (24)

2007

  1. Key lessons learned from recent experience with Flexible Transport Services
    Transport Policy, 2007, 14, (6), 458-466 Downloads View citations (17)

1986

  1. Buy-outs and the privatisation of National Bus
    Fiscal Studies, 1986, 7, (3), 1-24 View citations (4)

Edited books

2012

  1. Urban Form and Transport Accessibility
    Books, Edward Elgar Publishing Downloads

Chapters

2019

  1. Intelligent Mobility and Mobility as a Service
    Chapter 21 in A Research Agenda for Transport Policy, 2019, pp 187-195 Downloads
 
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