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School Research and Innovation Officer
Taylor, M., Edgar, A., & Raine, M. (2018). Cyclist exposure to hand-arm vibration and pavement surface improvement in the City of Edinburgh
Cyclist exposure to hand/arm vibration
Napier University's Dr Mark Taylor used an instrumented bike to assess the effect of setts and other road surfaces on hand-arm vibra...
Saleh, W. (2017, November). Electrical cars: an option for the Gulf states?. Presented at International Energy and Environment Summit - 2017, Dubai
Downey, L., Saleh, W., Kharbeche, M. & Muley, D. (2017, October). ITS related pedestrian crossing features at signalised intersections. Presented at IEEE ITSC 2017, Japan
Project CAV Forth, led by Fusion Processing, will bring together organisations from across the UK to develop a high capacity Autonomous Bus Pilot Service across the Forth Bridge – a UNESCO World Herit...
SUNRISE will develop, implement, assess and facilitate learning about new, collaborative ways to address common mobility challenges at the neighbourhood level. Towards this aim, 6 cities will foster c...
Paths for All Partnership
A major element of the project is to help increase total physical activity time through active travel across the population. Research interests include:
- translational research to ensure the evidenc...
Lecturer in Energy and Environmental Engineering
Professor of Transport & Health
School Support Administrator
School Placement Coordinator
Wilmsmeier, G., Bergqvist, R., & Cullinane, K. (2012). Ports and hinterland: evaluating and managing location splitting. Research in transportation economics, 33(1), 1-5. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.retrec.2011.08.001
Authors are guest editors of the special issue of Research in Transportation Economics - Intermodal Strategies for Integrating Ports and Hinterlands.
Grieco, M., & McQuaid, R. W. (2012). Gender and transport: transaction costs, competing resources and transport policy gaps. Research in transportation economics, 34(1), 1-86
Authors are editors of this special issue of Research in Transportation Economics, vol.34 no.1 2012
Cowie, J. (2012, January). Rail Freight in Great Britain – has privatisation made a noticeable difference?. Presented at 44th Annual Conference of the University Transport Study Group, University of Aberdeen
This paper briefly outlines the main changes brought about by the Railways Act 1993 with regard to the rail freight sector and then examines development of the sector since th...
Strandenes, S. P., Cullinane, K., Strandenes, S., & Wilmsmeier, G. (2010). The best of the best from IAME 2009. Maritime Economics and Logistics, 12(1), 1-7. https://doi.org/10.1057/mel.2009.16
Item is guest editorial.
Special issue of Maritime Economics & Logistics with papers selected from the 2009 Annual Conference of the International Association of Maritime Ec...
Saleh, W. (2017, January). Evaluating the effects of various incentives on motorcyclists' adoption of an idle-stop system in Taiwan. Presented at 8th TDM Symposium in Taiwan, Taiwan
Islam, M. F. Impact of Ubiquitous Real-Time Information on Bus Passenger Route Choice. (Thesis). Edinburgh Napier University. Retrieved from http://researchrepository.napier.ac.uk/Output/1508471
Over the last decade, Ubiquitous Real-time Passenger Information (URTPI) has become popular among public transport passengers. The effectiveness of URTPI and hence the value o...
McTigue, C. Identifying Barriers To The Implementation Of Bus Policy At A Local Level In Great Britain Using A Decision Support Framework. (Thesis). Edinburgh Napier University. Retrieved from http://researchrepository.napier.ac.uk/Output/1516301
The current debate on transport policy in the UK is focused on the need for a sustainable transport system. Buses play a vital role in achieving this, as they are the most fre...
Monios, J., Notteboom, T., Wilmsmeier, G. & Rodrigue, J. (2016). Competition and complementarity between seaports and hinterlands for locating distribution activities
A locational duality in port-related distribution activities is emerging. In some regions, distribution activities have moved from ports to inland locations, driven in part by...
Monios, J. & Powell, D. (2015). Riyadh Freight Handling and Dry Port Options Project.
The purpose of the project is to provide advice in relation to an evaluation of all major freight logistics / dry port options for Riyadh, including existing and proposed faci...
Borthwick, S. The potential for 'green' fiscal policy measures to influence individuals' vehicle purchasing decisions in Scotland. (Thesis)
Climate change is recognised worldwide as a major concern, with serious repercussions. Observed temperature rises are increasingly being linked to human activity. Evidence ind...
Bergqvist, R., & Cullinane, K. (2013). SECA Regulations, Modal Shift and Transport System Effects: The Case of Sweden, Report for the Swedish Transport Administration (Trafikverket), Stockholm. Swedish Transport Administration (Trafikverket), Stockholm
Report for the Swedish Transport Administration (Trafikverket), Stockholm. Technical Report. Department of Business Administration, Industrial and Financial Management & Logis...
Wilmsmeier, G., Perez-Salas, G. & Monios, J. (2013). Latin America and the Caribbean: port system evolution, 1997 - 2013. Edinburgh, Scotland: ECLAC Infrastructure Services Unit;
This FAL Bulletin demonstrates the evolution
of maritime networks and port development at
primary and secondary ports in Latin America
and the Caribbean. An analysis of time s...
Energy Technology Partnership
Cononsyth Farm currently has renewable power generation through a wind turbine (330 kWp) and solar array (100 kWp). The farm also has significant cooling needs, in this case due to potato storage shed...
Translational research can be powerful in providing practitioners with targeted evidence summaries when they have neither time, knowledge of, nor access to much of the peer reviewed evidence base. The...
Rees Jeffreys Road Fund
This project is to assess the feasibility of making continental style zebra crossings legal on Scotland's roads and to test their impact on pedestrian safety, attitudes and experience. Scotland provi...
Current transport systems do not sufficiently take into account physical and social characteristics of women in the design of products and services, and in fostering women’s employability in the indus...
ENU Development Trust
Wind and solar energy holds a lot of promise when it comes to replace the conventional energy sources such as fossil fuels and coal. However, there is one problem: How do we store solar and wind energ...
Parking management should be an important part of sustainable urban mobility planning (SUMP) but unfortunately, it is one
the most underdeveloped segments. Most EU member states lack national level po...
The objectives of this project are as follows. The project will:
1. Produce a culture shift in terms of environment for Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans (SUMPs) in member states and in the organisatio...
Qatar National Research Fund
Analysis of research of pedestrian movement in urban areas
The Research Funding Council of Norway
The SeaConAZ project represents a holistic perspective on the supply chains of consmables produced in China destined for Norweigan retailers, with references to similar structures pertaining to Swedis...
The CIVITAS-DYN@MO mission is to strengthen sustainable mobility through promoting non-polluting lifestyles, through social interaction and collaboration on the basis of the new media, and
The project aims to improve urban mobility in European cities by means of parking space management combined with mobility management measures. By introducing paid parking, increasing parking fees, red...
It has been estimated that the annual cost of traffic accidents in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) exceeds 6 billion US dollars, in addition to other social, health, and economic impacts, such as di...
The aim of this research is to identify and quantify the changes to driver behaviour, with a specific emphasis on safety, that result f...
The demand for the electric vehicle has increased as the automobile industry,...
Transport policies are developed to manage the social, environmental and ec...
Vulnerable Road User (VRU) road safety performance lags behind the improvements achieved among motor...
This research focuses upon measures targeting individuals’ future vehicle purchasing ...
The role of technical efficiency and product...
Urban freight transportation (UFT) is concerned with the movement of goods in urban areas such as cities, towns and suburbs...
Real Time Travel Information (RTTI) systems deliver information to a wide range of travellers using different modes, with the ai...
Keynote speech to Scotland's premier annual active travel conference. Summarised Evidence Review findings from recent studies of most effective interventions to increase active travel and increase phy...
11 June 2019
Invited presentation to the Active Scotland Development Group quarterly meeting which had a focus on transport for this meeting.
10 June 2019
The Scotsman article by the Chief Medical Officer for her annual summary of the year included identification of my post of Professor of Transport & Health.
13 December 2018
Transport Research Institute academic, Richard Llewellyn, has been awarded fellowship of the Chartered Institution of Highways and Transportation.
17 October 2018
Transport Research Institute academic, Richard Llewellyn, has been appointed to serve a four-year term as a non-Councillor board member on the South East of Scotland Transport Partnership (SEStran) Bo...
8 August 2018
Cyclists are at risk of permanent nerve damage because of poor road surfaces, research using an innovative measuring bike has revealed.
15 October 2017
Bike riding on cobbled, poorly maintained or potholed streets could give you permanent nerve damage, that’s the conclusion of a new study from researchers at Edinburgh Napier University in Scotland wh...
14 October 2017
Cyclists who regularly ride on poor road surfaces or cobbles could be at risk of suffering nerve damage in their hands and arms, a new study has found.
12 October 2017
Cyclists who regularly ride on poor road surfaces or cobbles could be at risk of suffering nerve damage in their hands and arms, a new study has found. The study by Edinburgh Napier University found ...
8 October 2017
Cyclists are risking permanent nerve damage due to poor road surfaces, research by Edinburgh Napier University reported in The Scotsman suggests.
7 October 2017
Potholes are not just a danger to your bike - but could also cause permanent nerve damage to you, according to new research. A study by Edinburgh Napier University discovered that Hand Arm Vibration ...
Cyclists are at risk of permanent nerve damage because of poor road surfaces in Scottish cities, research using a innovative measuring bike has revealed.
TRI Academic, Richard Llewellyn, has been appointed as chair of the Scottish Region of the Chartered Institution of Highways and Transportation for 2017-18.
27 July 2017
Tom Rye, Professor and Director of TRI at Napier, has been invited by the Scottish Government to serve on the Evidence Group for the development of Scotland's new National Transport Strategy.
6 June 2017
TRI's Dr Jason Monios is part of a consortium that was successful in a funding application to the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC). Led by Professor Adolf Ng at the Un...
18 April 2017
Traffic Scotland National Control Centre, South Queensferry
27 March 2018
30 November 2017
Scottish Parliament, Edinburgh
13 September 2017
30 August 2017
1 May 2017
23 April 2017
24 March 2017
28 February 2017
8 February 2017
2 February 2017
Glassroom, Merchiston Campus, 10 Colinton Road, Edinburgh, EH10 5DT.
16 January 2017
16 January 2017 - 15 June 2017
13 January 2017
12 January 2017
11 January 2017