An Email based mailing list has been established by the Universities Transport Study Group (UTSG). The list provides an electronic discussion forum and information resource for researchers in the field of transport primarily, but not exclusively, in the academic community.
The list was established in October 1993, and has a steadily growing membership, including researchers in all continents of the World.
The aim of the list is to facilitate information sharing, (e.g. news of new research, conferences, seminars and workshops) and to promote links, collaborative working, joint problem-solving and mutual support. Depending on the level of usage of the list and on demand, sub-lists may be set up in the future for special interests or particular types of information.
Please find below a questionnaire as part of my MSc research project, investigating driver's use and opinions of advanced driving assistance systems (ADAS), specifically focusing on Lane Keep Assist and Adaptive Cruise Control. This project is supervised and supported by UoN Human Factors Research Group and findings will aid in future design suggestions and tutoring systems for ADAS. [...]
I have written a piece in the current Local Transport Today explaining and criticising the (unique) unimportance given to carbon in the environmental appraisal of road schemes, (though not applied to other transport initiatives). It has stimulated a very vigorous discussion on twitter, if you’re interested, which can be found via my twitter id, phil_goodwin99. The original article is free to view at the link below. Comments and contributions welcome, to LTT, or twitter, or to me by email. [...]
Join us for The Mobility Roundtable, Thursday August 20th at 12:00 EST/17.00 UK Time.
Mobility and Art: Influences and Visions for the Future of Mobility
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An exciting and multidisciplinary platform to explore some of the ways in which art and mobility have, and continue to, mutually influence each other; and how art can help shape the future of mobility. [...]