The Department for Transport published the latest connectivity statistics in July 2015. Access to transport hubs is one of the simplest conceptions of transport geography. There are some places where […]
Transport Economics and Appraisal
When giving evidence to the Scottish Parliament Infrastructure Committee on 18th March DHC Director Derek Halden suggested that partnership agreements should be used to manage investor risk to deliver investment […]
Policy goals for mega-cities, sustainable development, lifestyle change and technology development require a new focus on efficiency, personalisation, simplicity and resilience. This was the message from Derek Halden at the […]
Fresh thinking on transport and the economy. Derek Halden highlights the role of the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport in The Scotsman. The article suggests that the transport economy […]
The Use and Abuse of Accessibility Measures in UK Passenger Transport Planning (PDF, 123KB) – Latest paper on accessibility planning published. There is a long history of the abuse of […]
2009 Newsletter (PDF 251 KB) – Digital Economy, Social Marketing, Rural Transport, Accessibility Plans in Action, Equalities Duties.
DHC Director Praised at Alloa Railway Opening (2.8 MB) – Ochil MSP and Scottish Government Minister Keith Brown MSP says his first nominee for the credit in delivering rail services […]
Ten Years of the Skye Bridge (PDF 1552 KB) – Lessons, questions and implications of the Skye Bridge opening. Presentation given to the Institute for Transport and Rural Research.
Summer 2007 Newsletter (PDF 239 KB) – DHC is 10!, Better Travel Plans, Lessons for Transport Appraisal, A New National Accessibility Model, Transport and Retail.
Economic Change, Transport Appraisal and Rural Areas (PDF 51 KB) – How does rural accessibility change affect rural development?