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"The Evolution of Town Centre Traffic Management"

Discusses the need to resolve conflicts in city centres between the "Three As": Access, Activities, and Amenity.

Breaking the Habit of a Lifestyle: scenarios for less car use"

A discussion of ways in which people have become car dependent, and ways in which they can become less so.

Can Cycling Save the Suburbs?

The case for promoting cycling in suburban areas.

City-Region Planning in London: Towards a Sub-Regional Transport Framework

This paper reports on a research study on sub-regional development frameworks in London undertaken by Llewelyn-Davies for Transport for London.

Continental Traffic Calming Practice

Supplementary note on continental traffic calming practice

Creating Convivial Urban Spaces

Aspects of what makes convivial streets and spaces. Examples of good and bad practice.

Creating public realm for all users

The presentation addresses the design of a new public square in Lisburn, Northern Ireland

Creating quality streets: the Manual for Streets

Key points and recommendations from "Manual for Streets", 2007

Development in Public Transport Corridors

Advocates organising development with corridors that can be served efficiently by public transport.

Integrated Public Transport Corridors

This paper is concerned with the relationship between land use development and accessibility by public transport and non-motorised modes of travel. It reviews concepts and practice and offers conclusions on how future developments can be planned to encourage use of the non-car modes, and discourage use of the car.

Light Rail: is it worth paying for?

Paper to AET conference, 11th September 2000

Measuring Pedestrian Flow and "Presence"

"Measuring Pedestrian Flow and Presence" presentation to data workshop, Walk21 International Conference, The Hague, 16-19th November 2010

Missing Links to Town and City Centres

Describes the Government research project into the quality of links between arrival points and town and city centres, published in the report "Going to Town"

Money for Walking: Making the most of s106 agreements

Presentation to Living Streets conference, Guildhall, London, 6th December 2005

Places to Grow

Presentation to Places to Grow conference, November 2008

Planning and Sustainable Access

A summary of (unpublished) Government sponsored research by Tim Pharoah and others relating to the integration of land use and transport

Possibilities and Limits of Intermodality

Paper to "City and Mobility (Ville et mobilité) conference, Lille, October 1996

Reducing UK Oil Dependency: The Role of Public Transport

Talk to All Party Parliamentary Group on Peak Oil and Gas (APPGOPO)

SOBETMA: Environmental Traffic Management and the South Birmingham Study

PTRC Summer Annual Meeting '93 international conference, entitled: "SBS and SOBETMA, Environmental Traffic Management and the South Birmingham Study", with Ken Huddart and Alan Wenban-Smith, Manchester, 16 September 1993

Speed Management, Road Safety and Traffic Calming: Contradictions in the Policy Framework

Conference paper to the International "Living and Moving in Cities" congress, Paris 1990

Streets for Life, or Death

Stuttgart - Technology and street safety

The Revised PPG13

Commentary on the revised version of PPG13, 1999

Traffic and Environmental Management

Sets out the need for traffic reduction to create better urban environments

Traffic Calming: An East London Case Study

Traffic Calming and the East London Assessment Study (ELAS), PTRC Conference Paper, 1990

Traffic in Towns: 50 years of hard lessons 1963-2013

The impact of the Buchanan Report (Traffic in Towns) on transport planning and urban structure, including the building of high capacity urban roads and traffic segregation, and examples of where these destructive projects have been demolished or reduced in scale.

Twenty Years of Traffic Calming Guidelines

A presentation to mark the 20th anniversary of "Traffic Calming Guidelines, at Urban Design Group, London

Walking Around the World

An overview of attitudes to walking in different parts of the world

Where Can We Walk To?

A paper examining urban structure and walkability

Whole Journey Planning - is Walking the Forgotten Part?

Presentation to Walk21 International Conference, The Hague, 16-19th November 2010