Supporting and evaluating sustainable mobility strategies
Transport interventions are typically complex, involving a range of stakeholders and interests, affecting diverse groups of citizens, and often involving significant investment.
It is essential that interventions, particularly innovative trials, are properly evaluated with a view to maximising the diffusion of the most effective sustainable mobility policies. Decision-makers also need information about system performance and citizen's attitudes. Through this theme Centre for Transport and Society (CTS) has built a strong reputation in effective evaluation, from scheme conception through to monitoring of impacts post-completion.
For each project we provide key details and a summary. In most cases a two-page briefing sheet is available.
- Evaluating Changes in Undergraduate Travel
- Car Clubs in New Development
- Evaluation of the West of England (WEST) Local Sustainable Transport Fund (LSTF) 2011-2015
- Brighton Old Town Traffic Evaluation
- Bringing smarter choices into multi-modal models
- DUBIRAH: Demand-based Urban Bus Integrated with Rail And Health
- West of England Local Sustainable Transport Fund: Audit of Existing Academic Research
- CATCH: Climate-friendly travel choice in the city, region and world of tomorrow (the role of environmental information in influencing decisions)
- Evaluation of investment in cycling (with a focus on the Cycling City and Towns Programme)
- Peer review of Personalised Travel Planning in Brighton
- RENAISSANCE: Testing Innovative Strategies for Clean Urban Transport
- Southville home zone evaluation
- Second strategic highway route to the South West
- The short term skills gap in local authorities
- INTERMODE - Assessment of demand responsive transport services
- Evaluation of Travel Plans SSA Programme
- VIVALDI: Visionary and vibrant actions through local transport demonstration initiatives
- West of England Local Sustainable Transport Fund: Key Component Evaluation