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Mingardo, Giuliano, van Wee, Bert and Rye, Tom (2015) Urban parking policy in Europe: A conceptualization of past and possible future trends. Transportation Research Part A Policy and Practice, 74. pp. 268-281. ISSN 0965 8564
O'Dolan, Catriona and Rye, Tom (2012) An insight into policy transfer processes within an EU project and implications for future project design. Transport Policy, 24. pp. 273-283. ISSN 0967-070X
Rye, Tom, Green, Corinna, Young, Emma and Ison, Stephen G (2011) Using the land-use planning process to secure travel plans: an assessment of progress in England to date. Journal of Transport Geography, 19 (2). pp. 235-243. ISSN 0966-6923
Rye, Tom, Welsch, Janina, Plevnik, Aljaž and Tommasi, Roberto de (2011) First steps towards cross-national transfer in integrating mobility management and land use planning in the EU and Switzerland. Transport Policy, 18 (3). pp. 533-543. ISSN 0967-070X
Marsden, Greg and Rye, Tom (2010) The governance of transport and climate change. Journal of Transport Geography, 18 (6). pp. 669-678. ISSN 0966-6923
Carreno, Michael, Bamberg, Sebastien, Welsch, Janina and Rye, Tom (2010) How best to evaluate mobility management projects: can psychological theory help? In: the XVI Pan-American Conference of Traffic and Transportation Engineering and Logistics, 15-18 July 2010, Lisbon. (Unpublished)
Carreno, Michael, Bamberg, Sebastien, Rye, Tom and Welsch, Janina (2010) How best to evaluate mobility management projects: can psychological theory help? In: World Association of Transportation Research (WCTR), 11-15 July 2010 , Lisbon .
Schreffler, Eric, Welsch, Janina, Hyllenius, Pernilla, Rye, Tom and Carreno, Michael (2010) MAX - new tools for evaluating mobility management. In: World Association of Transportation Research (WCTR), 11-15 July 2010 , Lisbon. (Unpublished)
Schreffler, Eric, Umana, Nydia Umana, Garcia Moreno, Pedro Slavador, Mattsson, Caroline, Rye, Tom and Carreno, Michael (2010) Sustainable urban transport in Central America - a future without the car? In: World Association of Transportation Research (WCTR), 15th-18th July 2010 , Lisbon . (Unpublished)
Carreno, Michael, Bamberg, Sebastien, Welsch, Janina and Rye, Tom (2010) The application of psychological theory to enhance the impact and evaluation of mobility management / ’soft’ TDM interventions. In: 5th International Symposium on Travel Demand Management, 26-28 October 2010 , Aberdeen . (Unpublished)
Stradling, Stephen G, Carreno, Michael, Rye, Tom and Noble, Allyson F (2007) Passenger perceptions and the ideal urban bus journey experience. Transport Policy, 14 (4). pp. 283-292. ISSN 0967 070X
Stradling, Stephen G, Carreno, Michael, Ferguson, Neil, Rye, Tom, Halden, D, Davidson, P, Anable, Jillian, Hope, S, Alder, B, Ryley, Timothy John and Wigan, Marcus (2005) Accessibility and transport. Other. Scottish Executive, Edinburgh.
Ison, Stephen G and Rye, Tom (2005) Implementing road user charging: the lessons learnt from Hong Kong, Cambridge and Central London. Transport Reviews, 25 (4). pp. 451-465. ISSN 0144-1647
Rye, Tom and Ison, Stephen G (2005) Overcoming barriers to the implementation of car parking charges at UK workplaces. Transport Policy, 12 (1). pp. 57-64. ISSN 0967 070X
Stradling, Stephen G, Carreno, Michael, Ferguson, Neil and Rye, Tom (2005) Speeding behaviour and collision involvement in Scottish car drivers. In: Contemporary Issues in Road User Behavior and Traffic Safety. Nova Science Publishers, New York, pp. 113-123. ISBN 1-59454-268-6
Rye, Tom and Scotney, D S (2004) The factors influencing future concessionary bus patronage in Scotland and their implications for elsewhere. Transport Policy, 11 (2). pp. 133-140. ISSN 0967 070X
Carreno, Michael, Stradling, Stephen G, Rye, Tom and Willis, Alexandra (2004) Urban design principles for vulnerable pedestrian groups. In: Traffic and Transportation Studies - Proceedings of ICTTS 2004. China Scientific Books, pp. 98-106. ISBN 7030137809/U.28
Rye, Tom (2002) Travel plans: do they work? Transport Policy, 9 (4). pp. 287-298. ISSN 0967 070X