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Find here the Centre for Transport Studies' published work and media contributions: project reports, op-eds, articles and conference presentations, books and book chapters as well as theses from our graduates.

Years: 20202019 | 2018 | 2017 and prior


2020

Highlights of the year

Subsidies for South Africa’s minibus taxis must prioritise needs of passengers – and cities 
Op-ed in The Conversation
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Towards evening paratransit services to complement scheduled public transport in Cape Town: Driver attitudinal survey of alternative policy interventions
Article in Transportation Research Journal
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Decision support generation for the development of integrated and sustainable transport energy management strategies
Paper presented at the IEEE Forum on Integrated and Sustainable Transportation System (FISTS)
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Project reports

Behrens, R. and Jennings, G. (2020). The case for investing in paratransit. Research synthesis in cooperation with VREF's Mobility and Access in African Cities (MAC) Program.

Schalekamp, H. and Saddier, S. (forthcoming). Emerging business models and service options in the small business-run public transport sector, position paper for the VREF’s Mobility and Access in African Cities 2020-2024 research and research capacity support programme.

Schalekamp, H. (forthcoming). Dar es Salaam Urban Transport Improvement Project: review of and proposal for daladala reform, report for the World Bank Tanzania Country Office.

Schalekamp, H. (2020). Expert report: the impact on minibus-taxi operators of MyCiTi bus service introduction into Hout Bay, commissioned by the legal representatives of the Hout Bay Taxi Association for submission to the High Court of South Africa (Western Cape Division).

Op-eds

Schalekamp, H. (2020). Subsidies for South Africa’s minibus taxis must prioritise needs of passengers – and citiesThe Conversation, 11 November.

Manuel, M. (2020). Should government subsidise SA's taxi industry?, Cape Talk, 8 April.

Journal articles and conference proceedings

Fester, C. and Behrens, R. (2020) (under review). Derailed commuting: a qualitative exploration of the travel burden of low-income women in Cape Town. African Cities Journal.

Lane-Visser, T.E. and Vanderschuren, M.J.W.A. (2020). Decision support generation for the development of integrated and sustainable transport energy management strategies. 2020 Forum on Integrated and Sustainable, Transportation Systems (FISTS). Delft, Netherlands, 3-5 November 2020.

Plano, C., Behrens, R. and Zuidgeest, M. (2020). Towards evening paratransit services to complement scheduled public transport in Cape Town: driver attitudinal survey of alternative policy interventions. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 32, pp. 273-289.

Plano, C. and Behrens, R. (2020) (under review). Integrating para- and scheduled transit: minibus paratransit operators’ perspective on reform in Cape Town. Research in Transportation Business and Management.

Vanderschuren, M., Arendse, M. Lane-Visser, T. and Janmohammed, A. (2020). Combatting the road safety burden in the developing world: the case of South Africa, Transportation Research Procedia, Volume 48, pp. 1174–1184.

Books and book chapters

Behrens, R., Chalermpong, S. and Oviedo, D. (2020) (in press). Informal paratransit in the Global South, in Mulley, C., Nelson, J. and Ison, S. (eds)., The Routledge handbook of public transport. New York: Routledge.

Cooke, S., Behrens, R. and Zuidgeest, M. (2020). Density, access and public transport finance. In: A. Todes, P. Harrison, M. Rubin and A. Appelbaum, eds., Densifying the city? Global cases and Johannesburg, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

Krause, P., Zuidgeest, M. and Behrens, R. (2020). A GIS-based planning support system for inclusionary housing profitability optimisation in Cape Town, South Africa. In: Geertman, S. and Stillwell, J. eds., Handbook on planning support science, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

Theses

icon Master's Thesis Master's dissertation | icon PhD Thesis PhD thesis 

Mabe, M.M. (2020). A location–allocation model for pedestrian footbridge infrastructure: a case study on the South Africa's National Roads Agency Limited (SANRAL) network in Gauteng. icon Master's Thesis

Monyatsi, L. (2020). An assessment of the effectiveness of speed humps as a traffic calming measure for accident reduction in Durban. icon Master's Thesis

Nashilongo, M. (2020). Application of rules of transportation planning based on principles of transport justice developed by Karel Martens in Windhoek. icon Master's Thesis

Nnene, O.A. (2020). Simulation-based optimisation of public transport networks. icon PhD Thesis

Plano, C.E. (2020). Towards evening paratransit services to complement scheduled public transport in Cape Town: exploring alternative policy interventions from the minibus-taxi industry's perspective. icon PhD Thesis

Williams, F. (2020). Understanding railway trespassing in a South African city: the case of Cape Town. icon Master's Thesis


2019

Highlights of the year

Perceptions of gender, mobility, and personal safety: South Africa moving forward
Article in Transportation Research Record Journal
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A quantitative clustering analysis of paratransit route typology and operating attributes in Cape Town
Article in Journal of Transport Geography
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Knowledge concepts for analytical purchase on mobility as a service and future research
Paper presented at the World Conference on Transport Research (WCTR)
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Journal articles and conference proceedings

Aruho, T. and Behrens R. (2019). Cashless fare collection in sub-Saharan African paratransit: a review of experiences. 38th International Southern African Transport Conference (SATC 2019): Disruptive transport technologies – is South and Southern Africa ready? Pretoria, South Africa, 8-11 July 2019.

Brussel, M., Zuidgeest, M., Pfeffer, K. and van Maarseveen, M. (2019). Access or accessibility? A critique of the urban transport SDG indicator. International Journal of Geo-Information, 8(67), pp. 1-23.

Dada, M., Zuidgeest, M. and Hess, S. (2019). Modelling pedestrian crossing choice behaviour on Cape Town freeways: Caught between a rock and a hard place? Transportation Research – Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour, 60, pp. 245-261.

Du Preez, D., Zuidgeest, M. and Behrens, R. (2019). A quantitative clustering analysis of paratransit route typology and operating attributes in Cape Town. Journal of Transport Geography, (80)C.

Jose, M., Obse, A., Zuidgeest, M. and Alaba, O. (2019). What South African medical students value in a rural internship? 21st Sawtooth Software 2019 Conference, San Diego, United States, 23-27 September 2019.

Konstantinus, A. and Zuidgeest, M. (2019). An investigation into the factors influencing inter-urban freight mode choice decisions in the Southern African Development Community region. Journal of Transport and Supply Chain Management, 13, a463.

Konstantinus, A., Zuidgeest, M., Christodoulou, A., Raza, Z., Woxenius, J. (2019). Barriers and enablers for short sea shipping in the Southern African Development Community. Sustainability, 11(1532), pp. 1-16.

Konstantinus, A., Zuidgeest, M., Hess, S. and De Jong, G. (2019). Opportunities for short-sea shipping in the Southern African Development Community: evidence based on discrete choice modelling. International Choice Modelling Conference (ICMC 2019). Kobe, Japan, 19-21 August 2019.

Nnene, O., Joubert, J. and Zuidgeest, M. (2019). An agent-based evaluation of transit network design. Procedia Computer Science, 151, pp. 757-762.

Nnene, O., Joubert, J. and Zuidgeest, M. (2019). Transit network design with meta-heuristic algorithms and agent based simulation. IFAC-Papers Online, Vol 52(3), pp. 13-18.

Plano, C. Behrens, R. and Zuidgeest, M. (2019). Incentivizing off-peak minibus-taxi feeder service: driver perspectives on reform approaches38th International Southern African Transport Conference (SATC 2019): Disruptive transport technologies – is South and Southern Africa ready? Pretoria, South Africa, 8-11 July 2019.

Robertson, A., Armitage, N. and Zuidgeest, M. (2019). Stormwater runoff quality on an urban highway in South Africa. Journal of the South African Institution of Civil Engineering, 61(2), pp. 51-56.

Ryseck, B. (2019). ICT for hybrid systems: the role of information in realising more equitable access to mobility in emerging cities. 38th International Southern African Transport Conference (SATC 2019): Disruptive transport technologies – is South and Southern Africa ready? Pretoria, South Africa, 8-11 July 2019.

Teffo, M., Zuidgeest, M., and Earl, A. (2019). Understanding public transport needs in Cape Town’s informal settlements: a best-worst scaling approach. Journal of the South African Institution of Civil Engineering, 61(2), pp. 39-50.

Vanderschuren, M., Phayane, S. and Gwynne-Evans, A. (2019). Perceptions of gender, mobility, and personal safety: South Africa moving forward. Transportation Research Record, 2673(11), pp. 616-627.

Vanderschuren, M. (2019). Knowledge concepts for analytical purchase on mobility as a service and future research. 15th World Conference on Transportation Research (WCTR). Mumbai, India, 26-31 May 2019.

Vorster, M. and Zuidgeest, M. (2019). Cycle route network development and evaluation using spatial multi-criteria analysis and shortest path analysis. 38th International Southern African Transport Conference (SATC 2019): Disruptive transport technologies – is South and Southern Africa ready? Pretoria, South Africa, 8-11 July 2019.

Books and book chapters

Behrens, R. (2019). Paratransit, taxis and non-motorised transport: A review of policy debates and challenges. In: Mohan, D. and Tiwari, G. eds., Sustainable approaches to urban transport, Boca Raton: CRC Press Taylor and Francis Group, pp. 251-268.

Behrens, R. and Görgens, T. (2019). Challenges in achieving universal access to transport services in South African cities. In: Watermeyer, B., McKenzie, J. and Swartz, L. eds., The Palgrave handbook of disability and citizenship in the Global South, London: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 183-196.

Brussel, M., Zuidgeest, M., Van den Bosch, F., Munshi, T. and van Maarseveen, M. (2019). Can the urban poor reach their jobs? Evaluating equity effects of relocation and public transport projects in Ahmedabad, India. In: Lucas, K., Martens, K., Di Ciommo, F. and Dupont-Kieffer, A. eds., Measuring transport equity, Amsterdam: Elsevier.

Imuentinyan, A. and Zuidgeest, M. (2019). Transport equity in low income societies: Affordability impact on destination accessibility measure. In: Lucas, K., Martens, K., Di Ciommo, F. and Dupont-Kieffer, A. eds., Measuring transport equity, Amsterdam: Elsevier.

Khorsheed, J., Zuidgeest, M. and Kuffer, M. (2019). City morphology and women’s perception of travel: A case study for Istanbul, Turkey. In: van Maarseveen, M., Martinez, J. and Flacke, J. eds., GIS in sustainable urban planning and management: a global perspective, Boca Raton: CRC Press.

Shrestha, R., Zuidgeest, M. and Flacke, J. (2019). A planning support tool for scenario analysis of low carbon transport plans in a data-poor context. In: van Maarseveen, M., Martinez, J. and Flacke, J. eds., GIS in sustainable urban planning and management: a global perspective, Boca Raton: CRC Press.

Singh, Y., Flacke, J., Zuidgeest, M. and van Maarseveen, M. (2019). Planning for Transit Oriented Development (TOD) using a TOD index. In: van Maarseveen, M., Martinez, J. and Flacke, J. eds., GIS in sustainable urban planning and management: a global perspective, Boca Raton: CRC Press.

Theses

icon Master's Thesis Master's dissertation | icon PhD Thesis PhD thesis 

Adjei, E. (2019). Travel behaviour dynamics: a mobility biography study towards change. icon PhD Thesis

Aivinhenyo, I. (2019). Development of context-sensitive accessibility indicators: a GIS-based modelling approach for Cape Town. icon PhD Thesis

Cameron, R.J. (2019). Identifying ‘transit deserts’ in a South African City – the case of Cape Town. icon Master's Thesis

Chege, W.W. (2019). Mobile phone technology as an aid to contemporary transport questions in walkability, in the context of developing countries. icon Master's Thesis

Kamundu, E. (2019). Challenges and opportunities for sustainable urban mobility (non-motorised transport): a case study of Eveline Street in the Windhoek Municipality, Namibia. icon Master's Thesis

Konstantinus, A. (2019). Opportunities for short-sea shipping in the Southern African Development Community (SADC) region: evidence based on discrete choice modelling. icon PhD Thesis

Lane, T.E. (2019). Towards sustainable freight energy management - Development of a strategic decision support tool. icon PhD Thesis

Manuel, M. (2019). Case study analysis of integrated public transport networks in five South African cities. icon Master's Thesis

Ma-Kiese, S. (2019). Development of a geographical information system based transport assessment approach in rural South Africa – the case of healthcare accessibility in Cape Winelands District Municipality. icon Master's Thesis

Moyo, H.T.T. (2019). The dynamic interaction of land use and transport in a highly fragmented city: the case of Cape Town, South Africa. icon PhD Thesis


2018

Highlights of the year

Ride-sharing: A potential means to increase the quality and availability of motorised trips while discouraging private motor ownership in developing cities?
Article in Research in Transportation Economics Journal
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Transport and social exclusion in African cities: South Africa scoping study report
Report for VREF and INTALInC /Institute for Transport Studies, University of Leeds
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Beyond BRT: Innovation in minibus-taxi reform in South African cities
Paper presented at the South Africa Transport Conference (SATC)
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Project reports

Jennings, G., Behrens, R., Venter, C. and Zuidgeest, M. (2018). South Africa scoping study report. Report commissioned by the Volvo Research and Educational Foundations for the International Network for Transport and Accessibility in Low Income Communities, Leeds.

Journal articles and conference proceedings

Bakker, S., Guillen, M.D., Nanthachatchavankul, P., Zuidgeest, M., Pardo, C. and van Maarseveen, M. (2018). Hot or not? The role of cycling in ASEAN megacities: case studies of Bangkok and Manila. International Journal of Sustainable Transportation, 12(6), pp. 416-431.

Behrens, R., Dodgen, S., Fusire, T. and Mukhuba, T. (2018). Passenger satisfaction with minibus-taxi feeder services at the Mitchells Plain public transport interchange in Cape Town. 37th Southern African Annual Transport Conference (SATC 2018): Towards a desired transport future: safe, sufficient and affordable. Pretoria, South Africa, 9-12 July 2018.

Cooke, S., Behrens, R. and Zuidgeest, M. (2018). The relationship between transit-oriented development, accessibility and public transport viability in South African cities: a literature review and problem framing. 37th Southern African Annual Transport Conference (SATC 2018): Towards a desired transport future: safe, sufficient and affordable. Pretoria, South Africa, 9-12 July 2018.

Irlam, J. and Zuidgeest, M. (2018). Barriers to cycling mobility in a low-income community in Cape Town: a best-worst scaling approach. Case Studies on Transport Policy, 6(4), pp. 815-823.

Kane, L. and Boulle, M. (2018). 'This was different': transferring climate mitigation knowledge practices South to South with the MAPS Programme. Climate Policy, 18(9), pp. 1177-1188.

Manuel, M. and Behrens, R. (2018). Success and delay in IPTN projects: case study analysis of three South African cities. 37th Southern African Annual Transport Conference (SATC 2018): Towards a desired transport future: safe, sufficient and affordable. Pretoria, South Africa, 9-12 July 2018.

Munshi, T., Brussel, M., Zuidgeest, M. and van Maarseveen, M. (2018). Development of employment sub-centres in the city of Ahmedabad, India. Environment and Urbanization ASIA, 9(1), pp. 37-51.

Plano, C., Behrens, R. and Zuidgeest, M. (2018). Towards a stated choice methodology to determine minibus-taxi driver willingness to provide off-peak feeder service. 37th Southern African Annual Transport Conference (SATC 2018): Towards a desired transport future: safe, sufficient and affordable. Pretoria, South Africa, 9-12 July 2018.

Schalekamp, H. and Klopp, J. (2018). Beyond BRT: innovation in minibus-taxi reform in South African cities. 37th Southern African Annual Transport Conference (SATC 2018): Towards a desired transport future: safe, sufficient and affordable. Pretoria, South Africa, 9-12 July 2018.

Tamuka Moyo, H. and Zuidgeest, M. (2018). Analyzing the temporal location of employment centers relative to residential areas in Cape Town: a spatial metrics approach. Journal of Transport and Land Use, 11(1), pp. 519-540.

Vanderschuren, M. and Baufeldt, J. (2018). Ride-sharing: a potential means to increase the quality and availability of motorised trips while discouraging private motor ownership in developing cities? Research in Transportation Economics, 69, pp. 607-614.

Vanderschuren, M., Janmohammed, A., Phayane, S., and Arendse, M. (2018). GIS-based identification of hazardous locations in the Western Cape. 37th Southern African Annual Transport Conference (SATC 2018): Towards a desired transport future: safe, sufficient and affordable. Pretoria, South Africa, 9-12 July 2018.

Books and book chapters

Vanderschuren, M. and Baufeldt, J. (2018). Gaps between the links: Understanding required changes to the fragmented cycling facilities in the developing world context. In: K. Grafl, H. Bunte, K. Dziekan, H. Haubold and M. Neun, eds., Framing the third cycling century: bridging the gap between research and practice, Dessau-Roßlau: German Environment Agency, pp. 57-63.

Theses

icon Master's Thesis Master's dissertation | icon PhD Thesis PhD thesis 

Bilala, N. (2018). Estimating mode choice: a discrete choice analysis of a park and ride system for Florida Road, Durban. icon Master's Thesis

Boshielo, S. (2018). Is successful integration of land-use and transport planning centred around a catalytic city-wide public transport network improvement project? icon Master's Thesis

Du Preez, J. (2018). The integration of informal minibus-taxi transport services into formal public transport planning and operations – a data driven approach. icon Master's Thesis

Fester, C. (2018). Dreams derailed: an investigation into the experiences of travel cost burdens for female commuters who are low-income earners. icon Master's Thesis

Mokwena, O.H. (2018). Understanding student travel preferences in Mahikeng: a hybrid choice modelling approach within the theory of planned behaviour. icon Master's Thesis

Oni, O. (2018). Evaluation of when road space prioritisation/infrastructural improvements for paratransit vehicles is warranted: a case study of Mitchells Plain, Cape Townicon Master's Thesis

Vorster, J.M. (2018). Cycle route network development and evaluation using spatial multi-criteria analysis and shortest path analysis. icon Master's Thesis


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.

2016

  • Aljoufie M, Brussel M, Zuidgeest M, van Delden H and van Maarseveen M, 2016: Integrated policy analysis of land-use and transport policy interventions, Transportation Planning and Technology, 39(4), pp 329-357.
  • Bakker S, Guillena M, Nanthachatchavankul P, Zuidgeest M, Pardo C, van Maarseveen M, 2016: Hot or not? On the current and future role of cycling in ASEAN megacities: a case study on Bangkok and Metro Manila, World Conference on Transport Research - WCTR 2016 Shanghai.
  • Bartels C, Kolbe-Alexander T, Behrens R, Hendricks S and Lambert E, 2016: Can the use of Bus Rapid Transit lead to a healthier lifestyle in urban South Africa? The SUN Study, Journal of Transport and Health, Vol 3, No 2, pp200-210.
  • Behrens R and Salazar Ferro P, 2016: Barriers to comprehensive paratransit replacement, in Behrens R, McCormick D and Mfinanga D (eds), Paratransit in African cities: Operations, regulation and reform, Routledge, New York.
  • Behrens R, McCormick D and Mfinanga D, 2016: An introduction to paratransit in Sub-Saharan African cities, in Behrens R, McCormick D and Mfinanga D (eds), Paratransit in African cities: Operations, regulation and reform, Routledge, New York.
  • Behrens R, Salazar Ferro P and Golub A, 2016: International case studies of hybrid public transport system regulation and complementarity, in Behrens R, McCormick D and Mfinanga D (eds), Paratransit in African cities: Operations, regulation and reform, Routledge, New York.
  • Bickford G and Behrens R, 2016: Transit-oriented development approaches for developing world cities: Some insights based on the South African context, 52nd International Society of City and Regional Planners International Planning Congress, Durban.
  • Bruun E and Behrens R, 2016: Paratransit in Sub-Saharan African cities: Improving and integrating informal services, in Mulley C and Nelson J (eds), Paratransit: Shaping the flexible transport future, Emerald Group Publishing, Bingley.
  • Bruun E, Del Mistro R, Venter Y and Mfinanga D, 2016: The state of public transport systems in three Sub-Saharan, in Behrens R, McCormick D and Mfinanga D (eds), Paratransit in African cities: Operations, regulation and reform, Routledge, New York.
  • Cooke S and Behrens R, 2016: Correlation or cause? The limitations of population density as an indicator for public transport viability in the context of a rapidly growing developing city, 14th World Conference on Transport Research, Shanghai.
  • Cooke S and Behrens R, 2016: Transforming human settlements to support viable public transport in developing cities: Results of a public transport corridor operating cost model, 52nd International Society of City and Regional Planners International Planning Congress, Durban.
  • Del Mistro R, Proctor V and Moyo T, 2016: Mitigating the impact of the expected increase in the population, economy and urban footprint in Cities of the South on greenhouse gas emissions: The case of Cape Town. Transportation Research Procedia, 25, pp3515-3532.
  • Imuentinyan A, Zuidgeest M and van Ryneveld M, 2016: Measuring destination accessibility by public transport incorporating user affordability: A case of Cape Town, South Africa, World Conference on Transport Research - WCTR 2016 Shanghai.
  • Kane L, 2016: What do we mean by low carbon transport: Understanding how people move in Cape Town, Open Streets, Cape Town.
  • Khumalo N and Vanderschuren M, 2016: Visibility improvements through information provision regarding sun glare: A case study in Cape Town, World Conference on Transport Research - WCTR 2016 Shanghai.
  • McCormick D, Schalekamp H and Mfinanga D, 2016: The nature of paratransit operations, in Behrens R, McCormick D and Mfinanga D (eds), Paratransit in African cities: Operations, regulation and reform, Routledge, New York.
  • Mokitimi M and Vanderschuren M, 2016: The significance of non-motorised transport interventions: A case study of Greater Sekhukhune, Limpopo Province, South Africa, 35th Southern African Transport Conference, July 2016, Pretoria
  • Mokitimi M and Vanderschuren M, 2016: The significance of non-motorised transport interventions in South Africa – A rural and local municipality focus, World Conference on Transport Research - WCTR 2016 Shanghai.
  • Schalekamp H, Golub A and Behrens R, 2016: Approaches to paratransit reform, in Behrens R, McCormick D and Mfinanga D (eds), Paratransit in African cities: Operations, regulation and reform, Routledge, New York.
  • Schalekamp H and McLachlan N, 2016: Minibus-taxi operator reforms, engagement and attitudes in Cape Town, in Behrens R, McCormick D and Mfinanga D (eds), Paratransit in African cities: Operations, regulation and reform, Routledge, New York.
  • Seeliger L and Kane L, 2016: Case study 2: Opening Cape Town's streets for a low carbon future in Hopkins D and Higham J (eds) Low carbon mobility transitions, Goodfellow Publishers, Oxford.
  • Sinclair M and Zuidgeest M, 2016: Investigations into pedestrian crossing choices on Cape Town freeways, Transportation Research – Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour, 42(3), pp479-494.
  • Vanderschuren M, Baufeldt J, Phayane S, Janmohammed A, Van der Westhuizen C and Sinclair M, 2016: Development of a road safety implementation programme of the Western Cape: Framework Report, Developed for the Western Cape Government.
  • Vanderschuren M, Lane Visser T, Simpson Z, Havenga J and de Bod A, 2016: George-Knysna rail revitalisation feasibility study for the Western Cape Government, Research Report, embargoed
  • Vanderschuren M, Phayane S and Baufeldt J, 2016: Rural accessibility mapping in the South African context, World Conference on Transport Research - WCTR 2016 Shanghai.
  • Zuidgeest M, 2016: Book review ‘Public transport planning and management in developing countries, Verma A and Ramanayya T (2015) Boca Raton: CRC Press, Journal of Transport Geography, Vol 57, pp479-494.

2015

  • Baufeldt J and Vanderschuren M, 2015: Investigation and gap analysis of selected cycling upgrades in Cape Town and the new NMT facility guidelines, 34th Southern African Transport Conference, Pretoria.
  • Behrens R, Hitge G and Schalekamp H, 2015: Literature review on public transport, Urban infrastructure in Sub-Saharan Africa: Harnessing land values, housing and transport, Report commissioned by the African Centre for Cities for the UK Department for International Development (UKaid), London.
  • Behrens R, Hitge G and Schalekamp H, 2015: Public transport transitions in Sub-Saharan Africa, Symposium: Urban infrastructure in Sub-Saharan Africa: Harnessing land values, housing and transport, African Centre for Cities, UK Department for International Development (UKaid), Cape Town.
  • Behrens R, Muchaka P, Salazar Ferro P, Schalekamp H and Zuidgeest M, 2015: Mobility and access in Sub-Saharan African cities: The state of knowledge and research environments, Report commissioned by the Volvo Research and Educational Foundations, Göteborg.
  • Behrens R, Adjei E, Covary N, Jobanputra R, Wasswa B and Zuidgeest M, 2015: A travel behaviour change framework for the City of Cape Town, 34th Southern African Transport Conference, Pretoria.
  • Bickford G and Behrens R, 2015: What does transit-oriented development mean in a South African context? A multiple stakeholder perspective from Johannesburg, 34th Southern African Transport Conference, Pretoria.
  • Cooke S and Behrens R, 2015: Articulated density: A study of its potential effects on the financial sustainability of South African BRT corridors, 34th Southern African Transport Conference, Pretoria.
  • Del Mistro R and Behrens R, 2015: Integrating the informal with the formal: An estimation of the impacts of a shift from paratransit line-haul to feeder service provision in Cape Town, Case Studies on Transport Policy, Vol 3, No 2, pp271-277.
  • Hitge G and Vanderschuren M, 2015: Comparison of travel time between private car and public transport in Cape Town, Journal of the South African Institution of Civil Engineering, Vol 57, pp 35-43.
  • Khumalo N and Vanderschuren M, 2015: A methodology to assess the road accident risk as a result of direct sunlight exposure: A case study in Cape Town, 34th Southern African Transport Conference, Pretoria.
  • McCormick D, Orero R, Behrens R and Ommeh M, 2015: Savings and credit cooperative organisations as operational arrangements for paratransit management: Case studies of inter-city public transport SACCOs in Kenya, Report commissioned by Development Workshop – Angola.
  • McCormick D, Orero R, Behrens R and Ommeh M, 2015: Cooperatives as a means of paratransit reform: Case studies of inter-city matatu savings and credit cooperatives in Kenya, 34th Southern African Transport Conference, Pretoria.
  • Reddy J and Behrens R, 2015: Public transport capacity provision and its sensitivity to demand estimation, 34th Southern African Transport Conference, Pretoria.
  • Roy P, Zuidgeest M, Martinez J, Miscione G and Van Maarseveen M, 2015: Phone call elasticity of city travel in Ahmedabad, Travel Behaviour and Society, 2(1), pp15-25.
  • Salazar Ferro P, 2015: The challenge of finding a role for paratransit services in the Global South, CODATU XVI, Istanbul.
  • Salazar Ferro P, Muñoz J and Behrens R, 2015: Trunk and feeder services regulation: Lessons from South American case studies, Case Studies on Transport Policy, Vol 3, No 2, pp264-270.
  • Salazar Ferro P and Behrens R, 2015: From direct to trunk-and-feeder public transport services in the Urban South: Territorial implications, Journal of Transport and Land Use, Special issue; Spatial and land use implications of taxis, jitneys, paratransit and flexible transportation, Vol 8, No 1, pp123-136.
  • Sanders P, Zuidgeest M and Geurs K, 2015: Liveable streets in Hanoi: a principal component analysis, Habitat International, 49(2015), pp547–558.
  • Singh Y, Lukman A, He P, Flacke J, Zuidgeest M and van Maarseveen M, 2015: Planning for Transit Oriented Development (TOD) using a TOD index. 94th Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, USA.
  • Teunissen T, Sarmiento O, Zuidgeest M and Brussel M, 2015: Mapping equality in access: The case of Bogotá’s sustainable transportation initiatives, International Journal of Sustainable Transportation, 9(7), pp457-467.
  • Vanderschuren M and Allen H, 2015: Women security using public transport services, 1st Homicide Conference, 3-4 September, Cape Town, 2015
  • Vanderschuren M and McKune D, 2015: Emergency care facility access in rural areas within the golden hour?: Western Cape case study, International Journal of Health Geographics, Vol 4, No 5.
  • Vanderschuren M, Baufeldt J and Phayane S, 2015: Mobility barriers for older persons and people with universal design needs in South Africa, 14th International Conference on Mobility and Transport for Elderly and Disabled Persons, Lisbon.
  • Vanderschuren M, Phayane S and Ssekabira S, 2015: Development of a rural accessibility index for South Africa, CODATU 2015, Istanbul.
  • Vanderschuren M, Phayane S, Taute A and Ramotshwane M, 2015: Non-motorised transport facility guidelines: What is new and why? 34th Southern African Transport Conference, Pretoria.
  • Wismadi M, Brussel M, Zuidgeest M and van Maarseveen M (2015). Equitable distribution of growth for utilitarian and non-utilitarian infrastructure planning. In: Infrastructure Complexity, 2:8, DOI 10.1186/s40551-015-0011-x
  • Zuidgeest M, Sinclair M and Cable R, 2015: Pedestrians on Cape Town freeways: A growing challenge for road safety professionals. In: 2015 PIARC conference, Seoul/South Korea.
  • Zuidgeest M, van Maarseveen M and Brussel M (eds), 2015: GIS for sustainable urban transport (Editorial), ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information, 4(4), pp. 2583–2585.

2014

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  • Adjei E, Behrens R, Wasswa B and Zuidgeest M, 2014: A travel behaviour change framework for the City of Cape Town, Report commissioned by Transport for Cape Town, City of Cape Town, Cape Town.
  • Bakker S, Zuidgeest M, De Coninck H and Huizenga C, 2014: Transport, development and climate change mitigation: Towards an Integrated Approach, Transport Reviews, 34(3), pp. 335-355.
  • Behrens R, 2014: Urban mobilities: Innovation and diffusion in public transport, in Parnell S and Oldfield S (eds), A Routledge handbook on cities of the Global South, Routledge, Oxford.
  • Bruun E and Behrens R, 2014: Paratransit in Sub-Saharan African cities: Improving and integrating ‘informal’ services, Shaping the New Future of Paratransit: An International Conference on Demand Responsive Transit, Transportation Research Board, Monterey.
  • Chitauka F and Vanderschuren M, 2014: An investigation into the performance of full BRT and partial bus priority strategies at intersections by micro-simulation modelling in a South African context, 33rd Southern African Transport Conference, Pretoria.
  • Cooke S and Behrens R, 2014: A comparative empirical analysis of the relationship between public transport and land use characteristics, 33rd Southern African Transport Conference, Pretoria.
  • Munshi T, Zuidgeest M, Brussel M and Van Maarseveen M, 2014: Logistic regression and Cellular Automata-based modelling of retail, commercial and residential development in the city of Ahmedabad, India, Cities: the International Journal of Urban Policy and Planning, 39(August 2014), pp. 68-86.
  • Niyonsenga D and Zuidgeest M, 2014: Public transport service availability: a redefinition of urban landscape structure. In: 2014 World Bank conference on Land and Poverty, 24-27 March 2014, Washington DC, USA.
  • Phayane S, Vanderschuren M, Jennings G and Newton-Reid L, 2014: Non-motorised transport: Best practice manual, Department of Environmental Affairs, funded by KfW German Development Bank, Pretoria.
  • Scheper W, Zuidgeest M, Brussel M and Klok E, 2014: So many bicycle cities, so many bicycle footprints: The Climate Value of Cycling to measure the contribution of cycling to urban sustainability, Verkeerskunde, (2014)4: ANWB 2014 [in Dutch]
  • Shumi S, Zuidgeest M, Martinez J, Efroymson D and Van Maarseveen M, 2014: Understanding the relationship between walkability and quality-of-life of women garment workers in Dhaka, Bangladesh, Applied Research in Quality of Life, April 2014.
  • Singh Y, Fard P, Zuidgeest M, Brussel M and Van Maarseveen M, 2014: Measuring transit oriented development: a spatial multi criteria assessment approach for the City Region Arnhem and Nijmegen, Journal of Transport Geography, 35, pp. 130-143.
  • Vanderschuren M and Khumalo N, 2014: Visibility improvements through information provision regarding sun glare: A case study in Cape Town, Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on the Use of Mobile ICT in Africa, Stellenbosch
  • Vanderschuren M and McKune D, 2014: Dead or alive: Can road accident victims in the Western Cape get access to trauma care?, 33rd Southern African Transport Conference, Pretoria.
  • Vanderschuren M, Phayane S, Taute A, Ribbens H, Dingle N, Pillay K, Zuidgeest M, Enicker S, Baufeldt J and Jennings G, NMT facility guidelines, 2014: Policy and legislation, planning, design and operations, Department of Transport, Pretoria.
  • Zietsman D and Vanderschuren M, 2014: Analytic hierarchy process assessment for potential multi-airport systems: The case of Cape Town, Journal of Air Transport Management, Vol 36, pp41-49.
  • Zuidgeest M, Van Maarseveen M and Brussel M (special issue editors), 2014: Special issue GIS for sustainable urban transport, ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information, Vol 4, No 2.

2013

  • Adjei E and Behrens R, 2013: The dynamics of mode-switching: Findings from a mobility biography study in Cape Town, 13th World Conference on Transport Research, Rio de Janeiro.
  • Behrens R and Jobanputra R, 2013: The impact of traffic safety and crime on travel behaviour and attitudes in Cape Town: A review of empirical evidence, in Mohan D (ed), Safety, sustainability, and future urban transport, Eicher Goodearth, Delhi.
  • Behrens R, 2013: Disability inclusion in transport studies, Disability Catalyst Africa, Series No 4: Beyond the ‘If” to ‘How’: Disability Inclusion in Higher Education, pp74-85.
  • Beukes E, Vanderschuren M, Zuidgeest M, Brussel M and Van Maarseveen M, 2013: Quantifying the contextual influences on road design, Computer-Aided Civil and Infrastructure Engineering, Vol 28, pp344-358.
  • Grey P and Behrens R, 2013: A case for smarter city growth: A strategic analysis of Cape Town’s Phase 1a BRT system and its supporting land use environment, 32nd Southern African Transport Conference, Pretoria.
  • Ithana T and Vanderschuren M, 2013: Investigation of separation distances between cyclists and motorists in Cape Town, 32nd Southern African Transport Conference, Pretoria.
  • Kane L, Baleni V and Cooke S, 2013: Impoverished data: Experiences and lessons in collecting Cape Town data for the Millennium Cities Database. 32nd Southern African Transport Conference, Pretoria.
  • Proctor V and Del Mistro R, 2013: The cost to employers of limiting the catchment size from which they employ their staff, 13th World Conference on Transport Research, Rio de Janeiro.
  • Salazar Ferro P and Behrens R, 2013: Paratransit and formal public transport operational complementarity: Imperatives, alternatives and dilemmas, 13th World Conference on Transport Research, Rio de Janeiro.
  • Salazar Ferro P, Behrens R and Wilkinson P, 2013: Hybrid urban public transport systems in developing countries: Portents and prospects, Research in Transportation Economics, Vol 39, No 1, pp121-132.
  • Schalekamp H and Behrens R, 2013: Engaging the paratransit sector in Cape Town on public transport reform: Progress, process and risks, Research in Transportation Economics, Vol 39, No 1, pp185-190.
  • Schalekamp H, 2013: Attitudes to public transport reform in South Africa: Results of in-depth interviews with operators, 13th World Conference on Transport Research, Rio de Janeiro.
  • Vanderschuren M and De Vries D, 2013: Advanced public transportation management and real-time information provision: What are the effects on improved customer satisfaction?, 16th International IEEE Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems, The Hague.

2012

  • Adjei E and Behrens R, 2012: The dynamics and triggers of mode use changes: Findings of a mobility biography study in Cape Town, 15th International CODATU Conference, Addis Ababa.
  • Adjei E and Behrens R, 2012: Travel behaviour change theories and experiments: A review and synthesis, 31st Southern African Transport Conference: Getting Southern Africa to Work, Pretoria.
  • Behrens R, 2012: Catalysing the new mobility in cities: The case for supporting paratransit entrepreneurship in Sub-Saharan African cities, Report submitted to SMART (Sustainable Mobility and Accessibility Research and Transformation), University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.
  • Behrens R, Del Mistro R and Venter C, 2012: The pace of commuter behaviour change and implications for TDM implementation: Findings of a retrospective commuter travel survey in Cape Town, in Saleh W, Bell M and Sammer G (eds), Visions, concepts and experiences on travel demand management, Ashgate, London.
  • Behrens R, McCormick D and Mfinanga D, 2012: An evaluation of policy approaches to upgrading and integrating paratransit in African urban public transport systems: Results of the first round of a Delphi survey, 15th International CODATU Conference, Addis Ababa.
  • Behrens R and Jobanputra R, 2012: The impact of traffic safety and crime on travel behaviour and attitudes in Cape Town: A review of empirical evidence, in Mohan D (ed), Safety, sustainability, and future urban transport, Eicher Goodearth, Delhi.
  • Beukes E and Vanderschuren M, 2012: A city-wide cluster analysis of contextual data to prioritize cycling infrastructure projects, World Cycling Research Forum, Enschede.
  • Del Mistro R and Behrens R, 2012: The impact of service type and route length on the operating cost per passenger and revenue of paratransit operations: Results of a public transport cost model, 15th International CODATU Conference, Addis Ababa
  • Del Mistro R and Bruun E, 2012: Appropriate operating environments for feeder-trunk-distributor public transport services, 31st Southern African Transport Conference: Getting Southern Africa to Work, Pretoria.
  • Del Mistro R and Proctor V, 2012: How much accessibility do cities in developing countries need or should provide?, World Conference on Transport Research Special Interest Group 10 Workshop - Urban Transport Policies, Vienna.
  • Jobanputra R and Vanderschuren M, 2012: Calibration and validation of a micro-simulation model for a local arterial in Cape Town, 31st Southern African Transport Conference: Getting Southern Africa to Work, Pretoria.
  • Jobanputra R and Vanderschuren M, 2012: The development and calibration of an agent-based micro-simulation model for vehicle-pedestrian interaction, 6th International Conference on Pedestrian and Evacuation Dynamics - PED 2012, Zurich. 
  • Jobanputra R and Vanderschuren M, 2012: An assessment of the suitability of micro-simulation models to measure the relative safety road infrastructure for vehicles and pedestrians, 31st Southern African Transport Conference: Getting Southern Africa to Work, Pretoria.
  • Maunganidze L and Del Mistro R, 2012: The role of bus rapid transit in improving public transport levels of service, particularly for the urban poor users of public transport: a case of Cape Town, South Africa, 31st Southern African Transport Conference: Getting Southern Africa to Work, Pretoria.
  • Muchaka P and Behrens R, 2012: Evaluation of a ‘walking bus’ demonstration project in Cape Town: Qualitative findings, implications and recommendations, 31st Southern African Transport Conference: Getting Southern Africa to Work, Pretoria.
  • Palmer I, Salazar Ferro P and Behrens R, (forthcoming) 2012: Comparative analysis of passenger transport infrastructure in African cities, in Pieterse E and Parnell S (eds), Africa’s urban agenda, Zed Books, London.
  • Pretorius T and Vanderschuren M, 2012: Voluntary transport demand management: Route choice study in Port Elizabeth, 31st Southern African Transport Conference: Getting Southern Africa to Work, Pretoria.
  • Roux Y, Del Mistro R and Mfinanga D, 2012: Comparative analysis of public transport systems in African cities, 30th Southern African Transport Conference: Africa on the Move, Pretoria.
  • Salazar Ferro P, Behrens R and Golub A, 2012: Planned and paratransit service integration through trunk and feeder arrangements: An international review, 31st Southern African Transport Conference: Getting Southern Africa to Work, Pretoria.
  • Salazar Ferro P, Behrens R and Wilkinson P, (in press): Hybrid urban public transport systems in developing countries: Portents and prospects, Research in Transportation Economics. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.retrec.2012.06.004
  • Salazar Ferro P, Muñoz J and Behrens R, 2012: The interface between trunk and feeder services: Lessons from South American cities, 15th International CODATU Conference, Addis Ababa.
  • Schalekamp H and Behrens R, (in press): Engaging the paratransit sector in Cape Town on public transport reform: Progress, process and risks, Research in Transportation Economics. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.retrec.2012.06.012
  • Vanderschuren M and Awotar Y, 2012: Advanced traveller information systems: Real-time information on the Jammie Shuttle service at the University of Cape Town, 31st Southern African Transport Conference: Getting Southern Africa to Work, Pretoria.
  • Vanderschuren M and Awotar, 2012: Real-time information provision for public transport systems in the South African context, 12th Conference on Advanced Systems for Public Transport, Santiago.
  • Vanderschuren M and Ithana T, 2012: Safe bicycle passing distance, World Cycling Research Forum, Enschede.

2011

  • Behrens R and Muchaka P, 2011: Child independent mobility in South Africa: The case of Cape Town and its hinterland, Special Issue on Children’s independent mobility as a critical aspect of children’s health and quality of life: A global cross-cultural and historical comparison, Global Studies of Childhood, Vol 1, No 3, pp167-184.
  • Behrens R and Schalekamp H, 2011: Sensitivity testing of alternative public transport passenger satisfaction analysis techniques, 30th Southern African Transport Conference: Africa on the Move, Pretoria.
  • Behrens R, Bwire P, Muchaka P and Chacha P, 2011: A comparative assessment of child independent mobility in Dar es Salaam and Cape Town, 5th Africa Transportation Technology Transfer (T2) Conference, Arusha.
  • Behrens R, Del Mistro R and Venter C, 2011: The pace of commuter behaviour change and implications for TDM implementation: Findings of a retrospective commuter travel survey in Cape Town, in Saleh W, Bell M and Sammer G (eds), Visions, concepts and experiences on travel demand management, Ashgate, London.
  • Beukes E and Vanderschuren M, 2011: A GIS based Context sensitive solution for multimodal road planning, 30th Southern African Transport Conference: Africa on the Move, Pretoria.
  • Beukes E, Vanderschuren M, Zuidgeest M and Brussel M, 2011: Creating liveable neighborhoods through context-sensitive multimodal road planning, Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, No 2244, pp27–33.
  • Du Plooy L and Vanderschuren M, 2011: A study into the provision of a management information system for the South African transportation engineering industry, 30th Southern African Transport Conference: Africa on the Move, Pretoria.
  • Jobanputra R, 2011: Microsimulation modelling of the impact of infrastructure provision and vehicle and pedestrian behaviour on road crash risk, 3rd International Conference on Road Safety and Simulation, Indianapolis.
  • Lane-Visser T and Vanderschuren M, 2011: Exploring the sustainability impacts of the contemporary South African freight transport sector, 30th Southern African Transport Conference: Africa on the Move, Pretoria.
  • Masaoe E, Del Mistro R and Makajuma G, 2011: Travel behaviour in Cape Town, Dar es Salaam and Nairobi cities, 30th Southern African Transport Conference: Africa on the Move, Pretoria.
  • Muchaka P and Behrens R, 2011: Children’s independent mobility in South Africa, with specific reference to Cape Town and its hinterland, Report submitted to the Policy Studies Institute, University of Westminster, London.
  • Muchaka P, Behrens R and Abrahams S, 2011: Learner travel behaviour and parent attitudes towards the use of non-motorised modes: Findings of school travel surveys in Cape Town, 30th Southern African Transport Conference: Africa on the Move, Pretoria.
  • Mutiso W and Behrens R, 2011: Boda boda bicycle taxis and their role in urban transport systems: Case studies of Nakuru and Kisumu, Kenya, 30th Southern African Transport Conference: Africa on the Move, Pretoria.
  • Roux Y, Del Mistro R and Mfinanga D: 2011: A methodology for comparative analysis of public transport systems in African cities, 30th Southern African Transport Conference: Africa on the Move, Pretoria.
  • Salazar Ferro P, Behrens R and Wilkinson P, 2011: Hybrid urban public transport systems in developing countries: Portents and prospects, 12th International Conference on Competition and Ownership in Land Passenger Transport (Thredbo Series), Durban.
  • Schalekamp H, 2011: Paratransit operator attitudes to public transport reform in Cape Town: Methodological lessons from a qualitative survey (poster), 9th International Conference on Transport Survey Methods, Termas de Puyehue.
  • Schalekamp H, Salazar Ferro P and Behrens R, 2011: Prospects for paratransit reform in South African cities, VREF Future Urban Transport Academic Workshop, Beijing.
  • Schalekamp H and Behrens R, 2011: Engaging the paratransit sector in Cape Town on public transport reform: Progress, process and risks, 12th International Conference on Competition and Ownership in Land Passenger Transport (Thredbo Series), Durban.
  • Van Rensburg J and Behrens R, 2011: Measuring the impacts of rail-based park-and-ride facilities on commuting behaviour in Cape Town: Findings and methodological lessons, 30th Southern African Transport Conference: Africa on the Move, Pretoria.
  • Vanderschuren M and Jobanputra R, 2011: Hazardous road safety location analysis: A case study of the Western Cape, 30th Southern African Transport Conference: Africa on the Move, Pretoria.
  • Vanderschuren M and Lane-Visser T, 2011: The future of transport in the low carbon economy: some thoughts on requirements for capacity building, 30th Southern African Transport Conference: Africa on the Move, Pretoria.
  • Wilkinson P, Golub A, Behrens R, Salazar Ferro P and Schalekamp H, 2011: Transforming urban public transport systems: Experiences and prospects, in Geyer M (ed), International handbook of urban policy, Volume 3: Issues in the Developing World, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham.

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.

2009

  • Adam F and Vanderschuren M, 2009: Determining long-term parking needs at OR Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg, Journal of Air Transport Management, Vol 15, No 6, pp363-367.
  • Behrens R and Masaoe E, 2009: Comparative experimental application of alternative travel diaries in Cape Town and Dar es Salaam, 28th Southern African Transport Conference: Sustainable Transport, Pretoria.
  • Behrens R and Masaoe E, 2009: Towards improved travel diary survey instruments in African cities: Findings of a comparative experimental application of trip-based, place-based and activity-based diaries in Cape Town and Dar es Salaam, 4th International Conference on Future Urban Transport: Access and Mobility for the Cities of Tomorrow, Göteborg.
  • Behrens R and Wilkinson P, 2009: Sustainable passenger transport: A Cape Town study, in Thompson-Smeddle L (ed), Sustainable neighbourhood design manual, Funded by the National Department of Housing and Cordaid, The Sustainability Institute, University of Stellenbosch.
  • Behrens R, 2009: What the NHTS reveals about non-motorised transport in the RSA, in Khadpekar N (ed), Non-motorised transportation: Making it a viable option, ICFAI University Press, Ahmedabad.
  • Behrens R, Freedman M and McGuckin N, 2009: The challenges of ‘hard to reach’ groups: Synthesis of a workshop, in Bonnel P, Lee-Gosselin M, and Zmud J and Madre J (eds), Transport survey methods: Keeping up with a changing world, Emerald Insight, Bingley.
  • Beukes E, Vanderschuren M and Zuidgeest M, 2009: The development of a context sensitive modal prioritisation method for multi-modal road planning, International Workshop on GIS for Transportation, China.
  • Lane T, 2009: Assessing sustainability and energy efficiency improvement measures in freight transportation, 28th Southern African Transport Conference: Sustainable Transport, Pretoria.
  • Lane T and Vanderschuren M, 2009: Potential transport energy demand and oil dependency mitigation measures, in Mammoli A and Brebbia C (eds), Papers in energy and sustainability II, WIT press, Southampton/Boston.
  • Lane T and Vanderschuren M, 2009: Potential transport energy demand and oil dependency mitigation measures, 2nd International Conference on Energy and Sustainability, Bologne.
  • Schalekamp H and Behrens R, 2009: A timeline narrative of the Integrated Rapid Transit system in Cape Town: Critical discussion on paratransit and stakeholder engagement, South African Cities Conference, Johannesburg.
  • Schalekamp H and Behrens R, 2009: An international review of paratransit regulation and integration experiences: Lessons for public systems rationalisation and improvement in South African cities, 28th Southern African Transport Conference: Sustainable Transport, Pretoria.
  • Schalekamp H and Behrens R, 2009: Engaging paratransit operators on public transport reform initiatives in South Africa: A critique of policy and an investigation of appropriate engagement approaches, 11th International Conference on Competition and Ownership in Land Passenger Transport (Thredbo Series), Delft.
  • Schalekamp H, Mfinanga D, Wilkinson P, and Behrens R, 2009: An international review of paratransit regulation and integration experiences: Lessons for public transport system rationalisation and improvement in African cities, 4th International Conference on Future Urban Transport: Access and Mobility for the Cities of Tomorrow, G,
  • Vanderschuren M and Jobanputra R, 2009: Intelligent transport systems literature review, Interim project report, Project 9: Intelligent transport systems, African Centre of Excellence for Studies in Public and Non-motorised Transport.
  • Vanderschuren M and Jobanputra R, 2009: Traffic calming measures: Review and analysis, Interim project report, Project 7: Non-motorised travel analysis, African Centre of Excellence for Studies in Public and Non-motorised Transport.
  • Vanderschuren M and Van Maarseveen M, 2009: Predictability of ITS impacts for highway traffic flow: Case studies with BUS/HOV-lanes in South Africa, Paper for the Transport Research Board (TRB) Annual Meeting, Washington DC.
  • Wilkinson P, 2009: 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, 11th International Conference on Competition and Ownership in Land Passenger Transport (Thredbo Series), Delft.

2008

  • Behrens R and Del Mistro R, 2008: Analysing changing personal travel behaviour over time: Methodological lessons from the application of retrospective surveys in Cape Town, 8th International Conference on Survey Methods in Transport: Harmonisation and Data Comparability, Annecy.
  • Behrens R and Wilkinson P, 2008: Sustainable resource use in metropolitan Cape Town: the transport sector in Swilling M (ed) Sustainable resource papers for the City of Cape Town.
  • Del Mistro R and Behrens R, 2008: How variable is the variability in traffic? How can TDM succeed? 27th Southern African Transport Conference: Partnership for Research and Progress in Transportation, Pretoria. 
  • Del Mistro R, Behrens R and Venter C, 2008: Towards successful travel demand management in developing countries, Proceedings of the 13th International CODATU Conference, Ho-Chi-Minh City.
  • Moosajee N and Vanderschuren M, 2008: The pedestrianisation of city streets: A move towards reclaiming public spaces in the City of Cape Town, South Africa, FOVUS Conference, Stuttgart.
  • Sah B, Choi J, Sentihil S, Babu B and Vanderschuren M, 2008: Geographic information systems based decision support system for transportation planning in Maseru, Lesotho, Africa, 21st EAROPH World Congress and Mayors' Caucus, Japan.
  • Schalekamp H and Behrens R, 2008: Towards a user-oriented approach in the design and planning of public transport interchanges, 27th Southern African Transport Conference: Partnership for Research and Progress in Transportation, Pretoria. 
  • Vanderschuren M, 2008: Calibrating developed world models for developing countries such as South Africa, 10th International Conference on Applications of Advanced Technologies in Transportation, Athens.
  • Vanderschuren M, 2008: Safety improvements through Intelligent Transport Systems: a South African case study based on microscopic simulation modelling, Accident Analysis and Prevention Journal, Vol 40.
  • Vanderschuren M, Jobanputra R and Lane T, 2008: Diminishing global oil supply: Potential measures to redress the transport impacts, Journal of Energy in Southern Africa, Vol 19, No 3. 
  • Vanderschuren M, Frieslaar A and Lane T, 2008: Assessment of the improvement strategies for the N1 corridor between Bellville and Cape Town, 27th Southern African Transport Conference: Partnership for Research and Progress in Transportation, Pretoria.
  • Venter C, Behrens R and Del Mistro R, 2008: The pace of commuter behaviour change and implications for TDM implementation: Findings of a retrospective commuter travel survey in Cape Town, 4th International Symposium on TDM2008, Vienna. 
  • Wilkinson P, 2008: Moving Ahead? la difficile transformation des systèmes de transports urbains au Cap. In Dubresson A and Jaglin S (eds): Le Cap àpres l'Apartheid. Gouvernance métropolitaine et changement urbain. Karthala. 
  • Wilkinson P, 2008: Reframing urban passenger transport provision as a strategic priority for developmental local government. In van Donk M, Swilling M, Pieterse E and Parnell S (eds): Consolidating Developmental Local Government: Lessons from the South African Experience. UCT Press, 2008. 
  • Wilkinson P, 2008: 'Formalising' paratransit operations in African cities: constructing a research agenda. 27th Southern African Transport Conference: Partnership for Research and Progress in Transportation, Pretoria.

2007

  • Behrens R, Del Mistro R, Lombard M and Venter C, 2007: The pace of behaviour change and implications for TDM response lags and monitoring: Findings of a retrospective commuter travel survey in Cape Town, 26th Southern African Transport Conference: 2010: The Challenges of Implementing Policy, Pretoria.
  • Behrens R, Diaz Olvera L, Plat D, Pochet P, 2007: Transport and access of poor populations to education in Cape Town and Conakry, 11th World Conference on Transport Research, Berkeley.
  • Beukes E and Vanderschuren M, 2007: An evaluation of the benefits of Intelligent Speed Adaptation, 26th Southern African Transport Conference: 2010: The Challenges of Implementing Policy, Pretoria. 
  • Del Mistro R, Behrens R, Lombard M and Venter C, 2007: The triggers of behaviour change and implications for TDM targeting: Findings of a retrospective commuter travel survey in Cape Town, 26th Southern African Transport Conference: 2010: The Challenges of Implementing Policy, Pretoria. 
  • Ntoi H and Vanderschuren M, 2007: The role of micro-simulation modelling in the planning of transport corridors: An application of Paramics to Klipfontein Corridor, 26th Southern African Transport Conference: 2010: The Challenges of Implementing Policy, Pretoria.
  • Vanderschuren M and Muberuka M, 2007: Micro-simulation modelling of ITS measures on the Ben Schoeman Highways, 26th Southern African Transport Conference: 2010: The Challenges of Implementing Policy, Pretoria. 
  • Vanderschuren M, 2007: Calibrating microscopic simulation models, 26th Southern African Transport Conference: 2010: The Challenges of Implementing Policy, Pretoria. 
  • Vanderschuren M, 2007: Safety improvements through Intelligent Transport Systems: A South African case study based on microscopic simulation modelling, accepted for publication in Accident Analysis and Prevention.
  • Wilkinson P and Marks A, 2007: Promoting Transit Oriented Development in the Atlantis Corridor, Cape Town: Towards and implementable model, 26th Southern African Transport Conference: 2010: The Challenges of Implementing Policy, Pretoria.

2006

  • Behrens R and Del Mistro R, 2006: Methodological problems in the analysis of changing habitual travel behaviour over time, 25th Southern African Transport Conference: 2010: Will Transport Infrastructure be Ready?, Pretoria. 
  • Behrens R and Del Mistro R, 2006: Shocking habits: Methodological issues in analysing changing personal travel behaviour over time, 11th International Conference on Travel Behaviour Research, Kyoto.
  • Behrens R and Venter C, 2006: Unravelling travel costs: Towards improved data collection and transport expenditure policy indicators, 25th Southern African Transport Conference: 2010: Will Transport Infrastructure be Ready?, Pretoria. 
  • Behrens R, 2006: What the NHTS reveals about non-motorised transport in the RSA, National Household Travel Survey Seminar: Understanding travel habits and transport conditions in Southern Africa, Pretoria.
  • Behrens R, Del Mistro R, Lombard M and Venter C, 2006: A conceptual framework for Travel Demand Management strategy formulation and implementation, Report commissioned by the Department of Transport, Pretoria.
  • Behrens R, Diaz Olvera L, Plat D, Pochet P, 2006: Collection of passenger travel data in Sub-Saharan African cities: Towards improving survey instruments and procedures, Transport Policy, Vol 13, No 1, pp85-96.
  • Cloete R and Vanderschuren M, 2006: The improvement of public transport operational performance: the case for Gauteng Province, South Africa, 25th Southern African Transport Conference: 2010: Will Transport Infrastructure be Ready? Pretoria.
  • Del Mistro R and Behrens R, 2006: Evidence of ‘churning’ traffic streams in Cape Town: Implications for travel demand management implementation, 25th Southern African Transport Conference: 2010: Will Transport Infrastructure be Ready? Pretoria.
  • Del Mistro R and Behrens R, 2006: Variability in traffic streams: A gateway to successful travel demand management? 11th International Conference on Travel Behaviour Research, Kyoto.
  • Del Mistro R, 2006: Using the NHTS to specify targets for ‘minimum levels of service’ for public transport, National Household Travel Survey Seminar: Understanding travel habits and transport conditions in Southern Africa, Pretoria.
  • Kane L, 2006: Instilling pro-poor values into transport assessment, First African International Conference on Gender, Transport and Development, Port Elizabeth. 
  • Kane L, 2006: Transport problems associated with poverty in South Africa, National Household Travel Survey Seminar: Understanding travel habits and transport conditions in Southern Africa, Pretoria.
  • Ojungu-Omara I and Vanderschuren M, 2006: Ways of reducing accidents on South African roads, 25th Southern African Transport Conference: 2010: Will Transport Infrastructure be Ready? Pretoria. 
  • Vanderschuren M, 2006: Intelligent Transport Systems in South Africa, Impact assessment through microscopic simulation in the South African context, TRAIL Thesis Series T2006/4.
  • Vanderschuren M, Kane L and Tyler C, 2006: Sustainable Transport Assessment for South Africa (STASSA): Technical User Manual, Research report for the British High Commission.
  • Vanderschuren M. and van Maarseveen M, 2006: ITS measures for South Africa A modelling exercise to identify the benefits of ITS in South Africa, 13th World Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems, London.
  • Wilkinson P, 2006: ‘Transit Oriented Development’: a strategic instrument for spatial restructuring and public transport system enhancement in South African cities? 25th Southern African Transport Conference, 2010: will transport infrastructure and systems be ready?, Pretoria. 
  • Wilkinson P, Behrens R and Palmer Development Group, 2006: High level assessment of the viability of the Klipfontein Corridor Project. Report for Provincial Government Treasury, Provincial Government of the Western Cape.​

2005

  • Behrens R, 2005: Accommodating walking as a travel mode in South African cities: towards improved neighbourhood movement network design practices, Planning Practice and Research, Vol 20, No 2, May, pp163-182.
  • Kane L, 2005: Extending debate on contested spaces: urban arterials. Architecture South Africa, May/June, pp36-37. 
  • Vanderschuren M and Jobanputra R, 2005: Fuel efficiency measures for South Africa, 24th Southern African Transport Conference: Transport Challenges for 2010, Pretoria. 
  • Venter C and Behrens R, 2005: Transport expenditure: Is the 10% policy benchmark appropriate? 24th Southern African Transport Conference: Transport Challenges for 2010, Pretoria.

2004

  • Behrens R and Kane L, 2004: Road capacity change and its impact on traffic in congested networks: evidence and implications, Development Southern Africa, Vol 21, No 4, October. 
  • Behrens R and Phillips B, 2004: Findings of learner travel surveys in Cape Town, and the prospects of establishing a longitudinal learner travel database, 23rd Southern African Transport Conference: Getting Recognition for the Importance of Transport, Pretoria.
  • Behrens R, 2004: Child and learner travel in Cape Town: Problems and prospects, Urban Forum, Vol 15, No 3, pp254-278. 
  • Behrens R, 2004: Understanding travel needs of the poor: towards improved travel analysis practices in South Africa, Transport Reviews, Vol 24, No 3, pp317-36. 
  • Behrens R, Diaz Olvera L, Plat D, Pochet P, 2004: Collection of passenger travel data in West and Southern African cities: Towards a research agenda for improving survey instruments and procedures, 10th World Conference on Transport Research, Istanbul. 
  • Behrens R, Diaz Olvera L, Plat D, Pochet P, 2004: Meta-analysis of travel behaviour of the poor in West and Southern African cities, 10th World Conference on Transport Research, Istanbul. 
  • Dewar D and Todeschini F, 2004: Rethinking urban transport after modernism: Lessons from South Africa, Ashgate, Aldershot. 
  • Jobanputra R, Vanderschuren M, Twine T, Beeton F and Bowler K, 2004:, Investigation into institutional and efficiency mechanisms to promote transport fuel efficiency and conservation in South Africa, Research report for the Department of Minerals and Energy, September 2004
  • Kane L, 2004: Sustainable development? A practical tool for South African transport planners, 23rd South African Transport Conference: Getting Recognition for the Importance of Transport, Pretoria.

2003

  • Barbour T and Kane L, 2003: Integrated and sustainable development? A checklist for urban transport planning in South Africa. Final report for ICF Consulting and US Environmental Protection Agency
  • Behrens R and Wilkinson P, 2003: Housing and urban passenger transport policy and planning in South African cities: A problematic relationship?, in Harrison P, Huchzermeyer M and Mayekiso M (eds), Confronting fragmentation: Housing and urban development in a democratising society, University of Cape Town Press, Cape Town. 
  • Behrens R and Wilkinson P, 2003: Metropolitan transport planning in Cape Town, South Africa: a critical assessment of key difficulties, Working Paper No. 5, Urban Transport Research Group, University of Cape Town.  
  • Behrens R, 2003: Looking beyond commuter travel in Cape Town: Methodological lessons from the application of an activity-based travel survey, in Stopher P and Jones P (eds), Transport survey quality and innovation, Pergamon, Amsterdam. 
  • Behrens R, 2003: The importance of scholar and child travel in South African cities, and a review of improvement measures, 22nd Annual Southern African Transport Conference, National issues affecting the movement of people and goods - strategic approaches, Pretoria. 
  • Kane L and Del Mistro R, 2003: Changes in transport planning policy: Changes in transport planning methodology? Transportation, 30(2), pp113-131. 
  • Kruger L, Dondo C, Kane L and Barbour T, 2003: State of current practice in transport planning decision-making and assessment in South Africa, Background paper for ICF Consulting and US Environmental Protection Agency.
  • Molai L and Vanderschuren M, 2003: Optimising settlement locations: Land-use/transport modelling in Cape Town, 22nd Southern African Transport Conference, National issues affecting the movement of people and goods - strategic approaches, Pretoria.
  • Van de Wetering A and Del Mistro R, 2003: The application of compensatory rules to model private sector land use investment, 22nd Southern African Transport Conference, National issues affecting the movement of people and goods - strategic approaches, Pretoria. 
  • Vanderschuren M and Galaria S, 2003: Can the post-apartheid South African city move towards accessibility, equity and sustainability?, International Social Science Journal, Issue 176, June. 
  • Vanderschuren M and Sudano B, Are intelligent transport systems cost efficient in the developing world? 10th World Congress in Intelligent Transport Systems, Madrid. 
  • Vanderschuren M, 2003: Optimising settlement planning in Cape Town, Paper for the International Federation of Municipal Engineers Congress, Cape Town.
  • Vanderschuren M, 2003: The benefits of intelligent transport systems: Modelling the effects of different ITS systems, 22nd Annual Southern African Transport Conference, National issues affecting the movement of people and goods - strategic approaches, Pretoria.​

2002

  • Behrens R, 2002: A critique of travel analysis practices in South Africa with respect to understanding the travel needs of the poor, in Godard X and Fatonzoum I (eds), Urban mobility for all, Proceedings of the 10th International CODATU Conference, Lomé, AA Balkema. 
  • Behrens R, 2002: Findings of an activity-based household travel survey in Cape Town, with particular reference to walking as a travel mode, 21st Southern African Transport Conference, Towards building capacity and accelerating delivery, Pretoria. 
  • Behrens R, 2002: Matching networks to needs: Travel needs and the configuration and management of local movement networks in South African cities, Thesis presented for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy, University of Cape Town. 
  • Kane L and Behrens R, 2002: Transport planning models: An historical and critical overview, 21st Southern African Transport Conference, Towards building capacity and accelerating delivery, Pretoria. 
  • Kane L, 2002. A review of progress towards Agenda 21 principles in the South African urban transport sector. Background Paper for DEAT, Urban Transport Research Group, University of Cape Town.  
  • Kane L, 2002. The urban transport problem in South Africa and the developing world: a focus on institutional issues. Working Paper No 3, Urban Transport Research Group, University of Cape Town.  
  • Vanderschuren M and Irvine C, 2002: Is South Africa ready for an international safety comparison? South African Transport Conference, Towards building capacity and accelerating delivery, Pretoria.  
  • Wilkinson P, 2002: Integrated planning at the local level? The problematic intersection of integrated development planning and integrated transport planning in contemporary South Africa, Planning Africa 2002, Regenerating Africa through planning, Durban.

2001

  • Behrens R and Wilkinson P, 2001: South African urban passenger transport policy and planning practice, with specific reference to metropolitan Cape Town. Working Paper No 4, Urban Transport Research Group, University of Cape Town.
  • Behrens R, 2001: The diversity and complexity of travel needs in South African cities, with specific reference to metropolitan Cape Town. Working Paper No 2, Urban Transport Research Group, University of Cape Town. 
  • Dewar D and Todeschini F, 2001: Urban transportation in South Africa: Conceptualising the issue. Working Paper No 1, Urban Transport Research Group, University of Cape Town. 
  • Kane L, 2001: Institutional initiatives in the developing world: a review of the 1990's. 20th South African Transport Conference South Africa, Pretoria.  
  • Vanderschuren M and van Maarseveen M, 2001: Dutch spatial and transportation policies useful in South Africa? 20th South African Transport Conference South Africa, Pretoria. 
  • Wilkinson P, 2001: Towards a new rationality in the planning and management of passenger transport systems in South African cities? A critical analysis of contemporary policy discourse. Paper presented at Oxford Planning Theory Conference: New Issues: New Theory, Oxford Brookes University, Oxford.

2000

  • Behrens R, 2000: Activity-travel analysis: A review of theoretical origins, recent developments and local application, South African Transport Conference, Action in Transport for the New Millennium, Pretoria. 
  • Kane L and Behrens R, 2000: The traffic impacts of road capacity change: A review of recent evidence and policy debates, South African Transport Conference, Action in Transport for the New Millennium, Pretoria.
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