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2010

  • Behrens R and Del Mistro R, 2010: Shocking habits: Methodological issues in analyzing changing personal travel behavior over time, International Journal of Sustainable Transportation. Vol 4, No 5, pp253–271.
  • Behrens R and Schalekamp H, 2010: Public transport mode satisfaction in Cape Town: Findings of a passenger intercept survey, 29th Southern African Transport Conference: Walk together, Pretoria. 
  • Behrens R and Wilkinson P, 2010: Sustainable transport options: Passenger transport in Cape Town, in Swilling M (ed), Sustaining Cape Town: Imagining a livable city, Sun MeDIA, Stellenbosch.
  • Behrens R, 2010: Pedestrian arterial and freeway crossing behaviour in Cape Town: Observations and implications, 12th World Conference on Transport Research, Lisbon.
  • Beukes E and Vanderschuren M, 2010: Alternative road space management for the developing world: A case study in Cape Town, South Africa, 4th South African Road Federation/International Road Federation Conference for Africa: Preserving Africa’s Road Network, Cape Town.
  • Del Mistro R, 2010: Excess commuting: Towards estimating the cost of restricting “wasteful” travel, International Conference on Sustainable Transport in the Asia-Indo-Pacific: Varied Contexts - Common Aims, Melbourne.
  • Gaibe H and Vanderschuren M, 2010: An investigation into the methodology of mini-bus-taxi data collection as part of the Current Public Transport Record: A case study of Stellenbosch in the Western Cape, 29th Southern African Transport Conference: Walk together, Pretoria.
  • Jackson T, Behrens R, Bwire H, Shilogile J and Venter C, 2010: Literature review: Behaviour change theories, retrospective recall aids and policy appraisal techniques, ACET Project 10: Road safety in Nairobi, Working paper 10-01, University of Cape Town, University of Dar es Salaam and University of Pretoria.
  • Jobanputra R, 2010: Quantifying the impact of infrastructure based traffic calming on road safety: A case study in Cape Town, 12th World Conference on Transport Research, Lisbon.
  • Kane L, 2010: Sustainable transport indicators for Cape Town, South Africa: Advocacy, negotiation and partnership in transport planning practice, Natural Resources Forum, Vol 34, pp289–302.
  • Lane T and Vanderschuren M, 2010: Evaluating the environmental impact of the South African freight system’s energy tendencies, 29th Southern African Transport Conference: Walk together, Pretoria.
  • Roux Y and Del Mistro R, 2010: Comprehensive review and analysis of the characteristics of public transport modes: A literature review, ACET Project 6: Public transport system assessment, Working paper 6-01, University of Cape Town.
  • Schalekamp H and Behrens R, 2010: Engaging paratransit operators on public transport reform initiatives in South Africa: A critique of policy and an investigation of appropriate engagement approaches, Research in Transportation Economics, Vol 29, pp371-378.
  • Schalekamp H, 2010: Public transport: Tackling Cape Town’s Achilles heel, in Pieterse, E, (ed), Counter currents. Jacana and African Centre for Cities.
  • Schalekamp H, Behrens R and Wilkinson P, 2010: Regulating minibus-taxis: A critical review of progress and a possible way forward, 29th Southern African Transport Conference: Walk together, Pretoria.
  • Vanderschuren M and Jobanputra R, 2010: Phase I: Review of methodology and recommendations; Part 1: A synopsis of international data collection methods, Safely home project report, University of Cape Town.
  • Vanderschuren M and Jobanputra R, 2010: Phase I: Review of methodology and recommendations; Part 2: Data collection and management, Safely home project report, University of Cape Town.
  • Vanderschuren M and Jobanputra R, 2010: Phase II: Baseline study, Safely home project report, University of Cape Town.
  • Vanderschuren M, Lane T and Korver W, 2010: Managing energy demand through transport policy: What can South Africa learn from Europe? Energy Policy, Vol 38, No 2, pp826-831.
  • Vanderschuren M, Lane T and Wakeford J, 2010: Can the South African transport system surmount reduced crude oil availability? Energy Policy, Vol 38, pp6092–6100.
  • Wilkinson P, 2010: Incorporating informal operations in public transport system transformation: The case of Cape Town, South Africa, urbe (Revista Brasiliera de Gestão Urbana/Brazilian Journal of Urban Management), Vol 2, No 1, pp85-95.
  • Wilkinson P, 2010: The regulatory cycle stalled? An assessment of current institutional obstacles to regulatory reform in the provision of road-based public transport in Cape Town, South Africa, Research in Transportation Economics, Vol 29, pp387-394.