2020 STAR Online Conference
Tuesday, 15 December 2020 to Thursday 17 December 2020 2020 Conference Programme.
Abstracts for all Papers are here.
Full conference papers are available for some papers as shown below. Papers are in PDF format.
- Covid‐19 Transport Trends, Attitudes, what does it all mean? - Gary McIntyre, Paul Sloan, Stephen Cragg, Transport Scotland (Gary McIntyre presentation) (Paul Sloan presentation) (Stephen Cragg presentation)
- Mode choice changes among NHS workers during the Covid‐19 Pandemic - Andy Keba, Edinburgh Napier University
- Putting users at the centre of MaaS - Anna Rothnie, Mott MacDonald; Glenn Lyons, University of the West of England
- Public travel data tracking that enables smarter planning decisions (paper) (presentation) - Peter Jackson, Sestran
- Go big… and go home sustainably: changing the transport landscape in Leeds - Theo Genis, Tom Hacker, WSP
- Inclusive cycling in cities and towns. Identifying principles from grounded research to inform changes in guidance and policy, to create more inclusive cycling opportunities and environments - Jasmine O’Garro, Arup; Tim Burns, Sustrans
- Effective interventions in road transport to improve public health: Evidence from active travel projects and programmes(presentation) - Adrian L Davis, Transport Research Institute, Edinburgh Napier University
- Fly by bus, fly by tram: the use of public transport for travel to and from airports in Great Britain – an update and refresh (paper)(presentation) - Ross Clark, Transport Scotland
- Electric and hydrogen buses: shifting from conventionally fuelled cars in the UK - Kathryn G Logan, University College Dublin, Ireland; Astley Hastings, University of Aberdeen; John D Nelson, University of Sydney, Australia
- Going Dutch! Lessons learned from innovative transport behavioural change programmes - Tim Strong, Arcadis Consulting
- Access to healthcare: using co‐creation to develop sustainable mobility initiatives to enhance accessibility in semi‐rural areas - Jayne Golding, Neil MacRae, Hitrans; Derek Halden, DHC ConsultancyThe Queensferry Crossing – has it brought forth the benefits?
- The Queensferry Crossing – has it brought forth the benefits? - Savannah Kelley, Stantec
- Public participation GIS for active travel: supporting better interventions through better data - Mohammad Alattar, Caitlin Cottrill, Mark Beecroft, University of Aberdeen