Vol 29 No 3 (2014): Travel Demand Management

Lead Guest Editor: Ying-En Ge (Shanghai Maritime University, China; Dalian University of Technology, China)

Guest Editor: Wafaa Saleh (Transport Research Institute, Edinburgh Napier University, United Kingdom)

Guest Editor: Michael G. H. Bell (Institute of Transport and Logistics, University of Sydney Business School, Australia)

  

Published: 2014-09-30

Editorial

Travel demand management: short review of the special issue

Ying-En Ge, Chunyan Tang, Olegas Prentkovskis, Wafaa Saleh, Raimundas Junevičius, Michael G. H. Bell
Abstract 302 | PDF Downloads 177 | DOI

Page 233-234

Original Article

Travel plans: a critical comparison of the application of land use planning processes in England and Scotland

Richard Llewellyn, Reggie Tricker, Deborah Paton
Abstract 253 | PDF Downloads 195 | DOI

Page 235–247

Comparison and optimization of cordon and area pricings for managing travel demand

Lihui Zhang, Huiyuan Liu, Daniel J. Sun
Abstract 273 | PDF Downloads 155 | DOI

Page 248–259

Could green taxation measures help incentivise future Chinese car drivers to purchase low emission vehicles?

Michael Carreno, Ying-En Ge, Sarah Borthwick
Abstract 424 | PDF Downloads 167 | DOI

Page 260–268

Travel behaviour in Saudi Arabia and the role of social factors

Attiyah Al-Atawi, Wafaa Saleh
Abstract 370 | PDF Downloads 303 | DOI

Page 269–277

Time–space analysis of transport system using different mapping methods

Péter Ficzere, Zita Ultmann, Ádám Török
Abstract 293 | PDF Downloads 214 | DOI

Page 278–284

Customer perception of service quality in public transport

Dragana Grujičić, Ivan Ivanović, Jadranka Jović, Vladimir Đorić
Abstract 564 | PDF Downloads 729 | DOI

Page 285–295

Evaluating staggered working hours using a multi-agent-based Q-learning model

Min Yang, Dounan Tang, Haoyang Ding, Wei Wang, Tianming Luo, Sida Luo
Abstract 249 | PDF Downloads 163 | DOI

Page 296–306

Cycle lanes: their effect on driver passing distances in urban areas

Kathryn Stewart, Adrian McHale
Abstract 471 | PDF Downloads 302 | DOI

Page 307–316

A bi-level framework for pricing of high-occupancy toll lanes

Kitae Jang, Myoung K. Song, Keechoo Choi, Dong-Kyu Kim
Abstract 291 | PDF Downloads 187 | DOI

Page 317–325

The efficiency of vehicle monitoring locations for a voluntary travel demand management program

Joonho Ko, Daejin Kim, Heung G. Sin, Seungjae Lee
Abstract 268 | PDF Downloads 201 | DOI

Page 326–333

Modelling a passenger car system based on the principles of sustainable mobility in Vilnius City

Vytautas Grigonis, Marija Burinskienė, Gražvydas Paliulis, Rasa Ušpalytė-Vitkūnienė, Vytautas Dumbliauskas, Andrius Barauskas
Abstract 269 | PDF Downloads 189 | DOI

Page 334–341

Book Review

Book ‘Moving towards low carbon mobility’ review

Eric Bruun
Abstract 268 | PDF Downloads 151 | DOI

Page 342-344