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Yearly Archives: 2005
Using Behavioural Psychology to Plan, Market and Manage Transport (PDF 345 KB) – Why do we need to use psychology to understand motivations of stakeholders transport? How can we explore […]
This paper describes how new approaches to accessibility planning are encouraging more inclusive approaches to providing suitable pedestrian crossing facilities. These are illustrated through their application within a case study in West Lothian in Central Scotland.
Identifying Through Accessibility Planning how Sustainable Growth can be achieved in the Compact City: A case study of Edinburgh
This paper describes how measures of accessibility have been used in Edinburgh to support sustainable land use planning decisions. The paper explores the relationship between accessibility and travel demand by each mode and considers the circumstances in which improved accessibility by public transport and walking can reduce car use.
The new planning guidance for transport and planning in Scotland, SPP17 and PAN75 strengthens the requirements for accessibility analysis within transport assessments and development plans.
Summer 2005 Newsletter (PDF 339 KB) – Accessibility Planning, Transport and the Economy, Demand Responsive Transport, the cost of Personalised Travel Planning and Individualised Marketing, and Pedestrian Crossing Assessments.
Presentations from Accessibility Planning seminar held in Glasgow, 13 April 2005.
Building bridges to modal shift needs to tackle issues broadly and systematically, overcoming all the problems faced by each group.
Now that the national guidance has been finalised, will the new accessibility planning approaches deliver practical change on the ground?