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Cooper, James A, Donegan, Karen S, Ryley, Timothy John, Smyth, Austin and Granzow, Edward (2002) Densification and urban compaction: reinforcing the drive for sustainability. Transportation Research Record, 1817 (1). pp. 102-109. ISSN 0361 1981

Cooper, James A, Ryley, Timothy John, Smyth, Austin and Granzow, Edward (2001) Energy use and transport correlation: linking personal and travel related energy uses to urban sttructure. Environmental Science & Policy, 4 (6). pp. 307-318. ISSN 1462 9011

Cooper, James A, Ryley, Timothy John and Smyth, Austin (2001) Energy trade-offs and market responses in transport and residential land-use patterns: promoting sustainable development - policy and pitfalls. Urban Studies, 38 (9). pp. 1573-1588. ISSN 1360063X

Cooper, James A, Ryley, Timothy John and Smyth, Austin (2001) Contemporary lifestyles and the implications for sustainable development policies: lessons from the UK’s most car dependant cities – Belfast. Cities, 18 (2). pp. 103-113. ISSN 0264 2751

Book Section

Cullinane, Kevin (2012) An international dimension: shipping. In: Transport and Climate Change. Transport and sustainability , 2 (2). Emerald Publishing, Bingley, pp. 65-104. ISBN 9781780524405

Monograph

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.

Thesis

Ryley, Timothy John (2005) A study of individual travel behaviour in Edinburgh, to assess the propensity to use non-motorised modes. PhD thesis, Edinburgh Napier University.

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