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2017

  • Alando W, Scheiner J, and Zuidgeest M, 2017: The changing transport conditions and their implications for pedal cycling in Kisumu, Kenya, 5th International Choice Modelling Conference, Cape Town.
  • Bakker S, Contreras K, Kappiantari M, Nguyen T, Guillen D, Gunthawong G, Zuidgeest M, Liefferink D and van Maarseveen M, 2017: Low-carbon transport policy in four ASEAN countries: Developments in Indonesia, the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam, Sustainability, 9(7), pp1217-1233.
  • Bartels C, Kolbe-Alexander T, Olaba O, Zuidgeest M and Lambert E, 2017:. An economic evaluation of active transport related to use of the MyCiTi BRT service in Cape Town, South Africa, Active Living Research Conference, Florida.
  • Baufeldt J and Vanderschuren M, 2017: Non-motorized transport infrastructure assessment in Cape Town, in Mitullah W, Vanderschuren M and Khayesi M (eds) Non-motorized transport integration into urban transport planning in Africa, Routledge, New York.
  • Baufeldt J, Cooke S, Vanderschuren M and Zuidgeest M, 2017: Cost-benefit analysis of non-motorised transport infrastructure investments: A South African case study, Report prepared for UNEP, Nairobi.
  • Behrens R, McCormick D, Orero R and Ommeh M: 2017: Improving paratransit service: Lessons from inter-city matatu cooperatives in Kenya, Transport Policy, 53, pp70-88.
  • Behrens R and Makajuma G, 2017: Pedestrian crossing behaviour in the Cape Town and Nairobi, in Mitullah W, Vanderschuren M and Khayesi M (eds) Non-motorized transport integration into urban transport planning in Africa, Routledge, New York.
  • Behrens R, Zuidgeest M, Hawver H and Birungi C, 2017: Case study investigation of unscheduled feeder and scheduled trunk service relationships in Cape Town, 36th Southern African Transport Conference, Pretoria.
  • Beukes E, Vanderschuren M and Zuidgeest M, 2017: Access and mobility: multi-modal approaches to transport infrastructure planning in Mitullah W, Vanderschuren M and Khayesi M (eds) Non-motorized transport integration into urban transport planning in Africa, Routledge, New York.
  • Bruun E and Vanderschuren M, 2017: Assessment methods from around the world potentially useful for public transport projects, Journal of Public Transportation, 20(2), pp103-130.
  • Bwire H, Muchaka P, Behrens R and Chacha P, 2017: Implementation and evaluation of walking buses and cycle trains in Cape Town and Dares Salaam, in Mitullah W, Vanderschuren M and Khayesi M (eds) Non-motorized transport integration into urban transport planning in Africa, Routledge, New York.
  • Cooke S and Behrens R, 2017: Correlation or cause? The limitations of population density as an indicator for public transport viability in the context of a rapidly growing developing city, Transportation Research Procedia, 25, pp3007-3020.
  • Durgi D, Tambe D, Stein A, van Maarseveen M and Zuidgeest M, 2017: Deriving urban neighborhood characteristics using spatial autocorrelation measures, 15th International Conference on Computers in Urban Planning and Urban Management, Adelaide.
  • Imuentinyan A, and Zuidgeest M, 2017: Mapping job accessibility by car and public transport in city of Cape Town, South Africa, 3rd World Symposium on Transport and Land Use Research, Brisbane.
  • Lombard S, Behrens R and Viruly F, 2017: Value creation around transport infrastructure in South Africa: The case of Gautrain, 36th Southern African Transport Conference, Pretoria.
  • Mokwena O and Zuidgeest M, 2017. Estimating student travel preferences in Mahikeng: A latent class approach based on behavioural indictors, 5th International Choice Modelling Conference, Cape Town.
  • Moyo H and Zuidgeest M, 2017. Analysing the temporal location of employment centres relative to residential areas in Cape Town. A spatial metrics approach, 3rd World Symposium on Transport and Land Use Research, Brisbane.
  • Nnene O, Zuidgeest M, and Beukes E, 2017: Application of metaheuristic algorithms to the improvement of the MyCiTi BRT network in Cape Town, Journal of the South African Institution of Civil Engineering.
  • Schalekamp H, 2017: Lessons from building paratransit operators’ capacity to be partners in Cape Town’s public transport reform process, Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 104, pp58-66.
  • Schalekamp H, McLaren M and Behrens R, 2017: Exploring cashless fare collection in the context of urban public transport reform in South Africa, 36th Southern African Transport Conference, Pretoria.
  • Singh Y, Lukman A, Flacke J, Zuidgeest M and Van Maarseveen M, 2017: Measuring TOD around transit nodes: Towards TOD policy, Transport Policy, 56, pp96-111.
  • Vanderschuren M and Baufeldt J, 2017: Gaps between the links: Understanding required changes to the fragmented cycling facilities in the developing world context, 2017 International Cycling Conference, Mannheim.
  • Vanderschuren M and Baufeldt J, 2017: Ride-sharing: A potential means to increase the quality and availability of motorised trips while discouraging private motor ownership in developing cities?, 15th International Conference on Competition and Ownership in Land passenger Transport, Stockholm.
  • Vanderschuren M and Jennings G, 2017: Non-motorized transport travel behaviour in Cape Town, Dar es Salam and Nairobi, in Mitullah W, Vanderschuren M and Khayesi M (eds) Non-motorized transport integration into urban transport planning in Africa, Routledge, New York.
  • Vanderschuren M and Zuidgeest M, 2017: Road safety and non-motorized transport in African Cities, in Mitullah W, Vanderschuren M and Khayesi M (eds) Non-motorized transport integration into urban transport planning in Africa, Routledge, New York.
  • Vanderschuren M, Janmohammed A and Phayane S, 2017: Unpacking road safety at a district level: The case of Cape Town, South Africa, 36th Southern African Transport Conference, Pretoria.
  • Vanderschuren M, Jennings G, Khayesi M and Mitullah W, 2017: Introduction: Challenges and opportunities for non-motorized transport in urban Africa, in Mitullah W, Vanderschuren M and Khayesi M (eds) Non-motorized transport integration into urban transport planning in Africa, Routledge, New York.
  • Vanderschuren M, Phayane S and Sekabira S, 2017: Development of a rural accessibility index for South Africa, Case Studies on Transport Policy.