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Modelling Cycling Flow for the estimation of cycling risk at a meso urban spatial level

Journal Article
Meade, S., & Stewart, K. (2018)
Modelling Cycling Flow for the estimation of cycling risk at a meso urban spatial level. Transportation Research Procedia, 34, 59-66. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.trpro.2018.11.014
One of the prevailing challenges in cycling research, or indeed any vulnerable road user research, is the availability of data to ascertain a representative level of 'exposure...

Dynamic congestion charging: Investigating boundary effects when applying low-revenue tolls.

Journal Article
Stewart, K., & Ge, Y. (2015)
Dynamic congestion charging: Investigating boundary effects when applying low-revenue tolls. International Journal of Transportation, 3(2), 17-30
This paper investigates the impact of realistic congestion charging regimes where undesired boundary effects of imposing charges may occur and may be both temporal and spatial...

Investigating boundary effects of congestion charging in a single bottleneck scenario

Journal Article
Ge, Y., Stewart, K., Liu, Y., Tang, C., & Liu, B. (2015)
Investigating boundary effects of congestion charging in a single bottleneck scenario. Transport, 1-15
This paper investigates the impact of realistic congestion charging regimes where undesired boundary effects of imposing charges may occur and may be both temporal and spatial...

Vulnerable Road User (VRU) Injury Collisions on Irish Roads, 2006-2012: An Analysis of CT68 Data

Presentation / Conference
Meade, S., & Stewart, K. (2015, May)
Vulnerable Road User (VRU) Injury Collisions on Irish Roads, 2006-2012: An Analysis of CT68 Data. Paper presented at 11th Annual Scottish Transport Research and Applications Conference, Glasgow, Scotland

Assessing the Carbon Impact of ICT measures.

Presentation / Conference
Stewart, K., & Fonzone, A. (2015, April)
Assessing the Carbon Impact of ICT measures. Paper presented at 7th International Travel Demand Management Symposium, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona USA

Evaluating the impact of innovative cycling measures in EU cycling cities.

Presentation / Conference
Stewart, K., O'Dolan, C., & Carreno, M. (2015, April)
Evaluating the impact of innovative cycling measures in EU cycling cities. Paper presented at 7th International Travel Demand Management Symposium, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona USA
The impact of “softer” measures to improve cycling mode share are often difficult to quantify and assess. The CHAMP project is an Intelligent Energy Europe funded project whic...

Evaluation of existing car-following models and calibration parameters using real time series data.

Presentation / Conference
Appiah, J., Saleh, W., & Stewart, K. (2015, January)
Evaluation of existing car-following models and calibration parameters using real time series data. Paper presented at 47th Annual Conference of the University Transport Study Group, London City University

Optimising time-varying network flows by low-revenue tolling under dynamic user equilibrium.

Journal Article
Stewart, K., & Ge, Y. (2014)
Optimising time-varying network flows by low-revenue tolling under dynamic user equilibrium. European journal of transport and infrastructure research, 14, 30-45
This paper presents a dynamic congestion charging framework that includes a dynamic user equilibrium (DUE) network model to optimize a tolling scheme, whose objective(s) may b...

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

Journal Article
Stewart, K., & McHale, A. (2014)
Cycle lanes: their effect on driver passing distances in urban areas. Transport, 29, 307-316. https://doi.org/10.3846/16484142.2014.953205
The current literature in the field of cycle lanes has often shown contradictory evidence as to the benefits and risks of cycle lanes and previous work has specifically shown ...

Investigating undesired spatial and temporal boundary effects of congestion charging.

Journal Article
Ge, Y., Stewart, K., Sun, B., Ban, X., & Zhang, S. (2014)
Investigating undesired spatial and temporal boundary effects of congestion charging. Transportmetrica B: Transport Dynamics, 1-23. https://doi.org/10.1080/21680566.2014.961044
Two types of reported problems are related to the existing congestion charging projects that levy traffic only in a certain area within one or a few time periods during the da...
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Identifying barriers to the implementation of bus policy at a local level in Great Britain using a decision support framework

2015 - 2018
Transport policies are developed to manage the social, environmental and ec...
Dr Clare McTigue | Director of Studies: Prof Tom Rye | Second Supervisor: Dr Jason Monios

Modelling and analysing cyclist road safety performance in Scotland: a safety in numbers perspective

2015 - 2019
Vulnerable Road User (VRU) road safety performance lags behind the improvements achieved among motor...
Suzanne Meade | Director of Studies: Dr Kathryn Stewart | Second Supervisor: Ian Smith

Modelling and simulation of traffic or driver behaviour

2013 - 2018
Joseph Appiah | Director of Studies: Prof Wafaa Saleh | Second Supervisor: Dr Kathryn Stewart

The role of taxis in the supply of transport to the night time economy and identification of the barriers to the full realisation of that role

2011 - 2016
Moira Weir | Director of Studies: Dr Jonathan Cowie | Second Supervisor: Dr Kathryn Stewart

Analysing and asessing motorways of the sea in Spain

2009 - 2016
Xavier Aperte | Director of Studies: Dr Kathryn Stewart | Second Supervisor: Alfred Baird

Modelling behavioural responses to tolling by microsimulation

2007 - 2015
Eva Martinez | Director of Studies: Dr Kathryn Stewart | Second Supervisor: Prof Wafaa Saleh

Modelling the relationship between pilgrim pedestrian casualties and land use type: a case study of Ad Madinah Al Monawarah

2006 - 2015
The growing fatality of road traffic accidents in most cities constitutes a p...
Raed Alahmadi | Director of Studies: Prof Wafaa Saleh | Second Supervisor: Dr Kathryn Stewart

2000 - 2007
Dr Kathryn Stewart | Director of Studies: Mike Maher | Second Supervisor: Austyn Smyth

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