Much better value can be achieved in the transport spending to tackle social need. This was one of the messages from DHC Director Derek Halden in his presentation at the […]
Conferences and Events
Loop Connections’ town rewards toolkit (PDF, 720 KB) was presented at Scotland’s Towns Conference (PDF, 1.7 MB). Towns Minister Derek Mackay said that the Town Centre first policy would be […]
DHC Director Derek Halden promotes HometownPlus concept at Travel 2020 in London – HometownPlus has been set up by DHC with retail partners IAM, marketing partners Dumbeat Creative and smartcart […]
Changing the Transport Delivery Culture (PDF, 547KB) – Derek Halden explained at the annual STAR conference in Glasgow that a culture change is needed throughout the transport industry to make […]
A seminar was held at the Department for Transport to launch the National Core Accessibility Indicators which are now being used to monitor progress with delivery of Local Area Agreements in England.
DHC completed a large programme of work for the British Council of Shopping Centres looking at how the the retail industry was changing. There were many reports produced from this […]
Consultation, Public Participation and Communication (PDF 267 KB) – Some practical guidance on public participation in the transport planning process from the Glasgow lecture series.
Tackling Social Inclusion in Transport (PDF 357 KB) – Some practical guidance on social inclusion issues in transport from the Glasgow lecture series.
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 […]
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.