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TRAINING OF TRAVELSMART OFFICERS, 2003

Packaging the Travel Choices: COMMUNITIES

Want to learn more?

There are a variety of resources you can draw on to learn more about household and community-based travel behaviour change programs.

Useful Web Sites

If you are interested in a more comprehensive discussion of household-based programs, and where they have been applied, use the link below to access a recent study of Personal Journey Planning Techniques released by the UK Department of Transport, Local Government and the Regions (DTLR, 2002).

Department of Transport, Local Government and the Regions (2002) A Review of the Effectiveness of Personalised Journey Planning Techniques, accessed via the www at [www.local-transport.dtlr.gov.uk/travelplans/pjourney/index.htm].

Some states have web sites describing their current TravelSmart activities:

References

The references listed below were cited in the material on travel behaviour change programs. These references are a good source of more detailed information or to get additional background information about this field.

Ampt, E.S. and Rooney, A (1999) Reducing the Impact of the Car – A Sustainable Approach, modified version of a paper originally presented at the 1998 ATRF, Steer Davies Gleave, Adelaide.

Brog, W. and Schadler, M. (1998) ‘Marketing in Public Transport is an Investment, Not a Cost”, proceedings 22nd Australian Transport Research Forum, Sydney.

Brog, W. and Schadler, M. (1999) “More Passengers, Higher Profits for Public Transport – (im)Possible Expectation!?”, proceedings 53rd UITP Congress, Toronto, Canada.

Department of Transport, Local Government and the Regions (2002) A Review of the Effectiveness of Personalised Journey Planning Techniques, accessed via the www at [www.local-transport.dtlr.gov.uk/travelplans/pjourney/index.htm]

Gollner, A. (1996) “Talking Reform - Shaping Sydney’s Transport for Clean Air”, Proc. ITE Regional Conference, Melbourne.

Hampshire County Council (1993) HeadStart, UK.

Hertfordshire County Council (1993) TravelWise Campaign, UK.

Kerr, I. and James, B. (1999) “Evaluating behavioural change in transport – a case study of individualised marketing in South Perth, Western Australia”. Proceedings, 23rd Australasian Transport Research Forum, 703-719.

Kuhl, J. and Beckmann, J. (1994) Volition and Personality: Action versus State Orientation. Hogrefe and Huber, Gottingen. 498 pp.

Rose, G. (1997) “Attitude and Travel Behaviour Change using Survey Feedback: Insight from Dutch and Australian Experience”, Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 1083-1097.

Rose, G. and Ampt, E.S. (1997) Reducing Car Travel Through and ‘Individual Action’ Programme, paper presented at the 1997 Transportation Research Board Conference, Washington, D.C.

Rose, G and Ampt, E. (2001) ‘Travel Blending: an Australian travel awareness initiative’, Transportation Research, Part D 6, 95-110.

Steer Davies Gleave (1996) A Strategy for TravelWise in Leeds, unpublished report for Leeds City Council and Metro, London.

Steer Davies Gleave (1999) The Living Neighbourhood – Final Report, prepared for Transport SA and Environment Australia, 49pp.

Thorpe, N, Nelson, J and Law, M. (2001) Raising transport and travel awareness through feedback from an electronic travel diary. CR Rom proceedings of IATBR International Conference, Institute of Transport Studies (Sydney).

Tisato, P. and Robinson, T. (1999) “A Cost Benefit Analysis of Travel Blending”. Proceedings, 23rd Australasian Transport Research Forum, 687-701.

Wayte, A. (1991) Road Demand management, Paper presented at Travel Demand Management Seminar, Perth, PPK Consultants Pty. Ltd.