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Gaining Public Support for Congestion Charging: Lessons from Referendum in Edinburgh, Scotland.

Journal Article
Gaunt, M., Rye, T., & Ison, S. (2006)
Gaining Public Support for Congestion Charging: Lessons from Referendum in Edinburgh, Scotland. Transportation research record, 1960, 87-93. https://doi.org/10.3141/1960-11
Until February 25, 2005, the City of Edinburgh in Scotland, United Kingdom, had advanced plans for a congestion charging scheme. However, these plans were abandoned because of...

The role of marketing in quality bus corridor promotion

Journal Article
Rye, T., & Enoch, M. (2004)
The role of marketing in quality bus corridor promotion. Proceedings of the ICE - Municipal Engineer, 157(1), 61-66. https://doi.org/10.1680/muen.2004.157.1.61
Quality bus corridors (QBCs) are being implemented in towns and cities throughout the British Isles in order to improve the image of the bus and to boost patronage, with a vie...

Employer transport plans-a case for regulation?

Journal Article
Rye, T. (1999)
Employer transport plans-a case for regulation?. Transport Reviews, 19(1), 13-31. https://doi.org/10.1080/014416499295655
Employer transport plans (ETPs) are increasingly seen by transport planners as one of potential means to manage the demand for private transport. Such plans seek to reduce tri...

Tax and green transport plans: a survey of UK experience

Journal Article
Potter, S., Rye, T., & Smith, M. (1999)
Tax and green transport plans: a survey of UK experience. Transport Policy, 6(4), 197-205. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0967-070X%2899%2900021-9
The widespread adoption of Green Transport Plans (GTPs) by employers has become an important aim of the {UK} government transport policy as it tries to find ways of reducing t...

Employer attitudes to employer transport plans: a comparison of UK and Dutch experience

Journal Article
Rye, T. (1999)
Employer attitudes to employer transport plans: a comparison of UK and Dutch experience. Transport Policy, 6(3), 183-196. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0967-070X%2899%2900020-7
Employer transport plans (ETPs) are implemented by employers to encourage their employees to choose environmentally friendly modes of transport to work. They have been a part ...
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Continental Style Zebra Crossings

2018 - 2020
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...
Funder: Rees Jeffreys Road Fund | Value: £18,479

Actions demonstrate how Park4SUMP will lead to achieve sustainable transport in urban areas by strategically integrating innovative parking management solutions into SUMP policies

2018 - 2022
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...
Funder: European Commission | Value: £187,417

PROSPERITY

2016 - 2019
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...
Funder: European Commission | Value: £254,160

DYNAMO

2015 - 2016
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 through in...
Funder: European Commission | Value: £115,400

PUSH & PULL

2014 - 2017
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...
Funder: European Commission | Value: £84,325

CIVITAS CAPITAL

2013 - 2016
The mission of CIVITAS CAPITAL is to contribute significantly to the goals of the EU's Transport White Paper by capitalising systematically on the results of CIVITAS and creating an effective "value c...
Funder: European Commission | Value: £62,823

Active Access

2009 - 2012
Active Access aims to increase the use of cycling but especially walking for short everyday trips in local areas, in order to benefit people’s health, and the health of the local economy. It aims to t...
Funder: European Commission | Value: £308,400