Name: John Nelson

Title: Chair in Transport Studies

Affiliation: University of Aberdeen, UK

Professor Nelson is the Sixth Century Chair of Transport Studies at the University of Aberdeen along with Director of the Centre for Transport Research (CTR) and Co-Director of the RCUK dot.rural Digital Economy Hub. He is Honorary Professor, Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies (ITLS), University of Sydney. in addition to Chairman, Universities’ Transport Study Group (UTSG), where he promotes teaching and research in Transport throughout UK and Ireland.

John has a broad interest in public transport with his interests including the development and implementation of Flexible Transport Systems, operations and management through the use of Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS), network planning, accessibility planning, evaluation of transport systems and the influence of policy on the provision of service.

PhD Transport Engineering,  University of Newcastle upon Tyne 1991

PGCE (Geography), University of Durham 1987

BA Hons, University of Liverpool 1986

Expert Readers Panel, Public Transport International.

Member, Scientific Committee, International Symposium on Travel Demand Management (4th meeting Vienna, July 2008; 5th Meeting Aberdeen, October 2010).

Academic lead for the Host Committee established by Glasgow City Council, Transport Scotland, and ITS UK which has achieved preferred bidder status to host the European Congress & Exhibition on Intelligent Transport Systems in 2016

Evaluator, BRIDGE programme, FFG – Austrian Research Promotion Agency (June)

Member, ESRC Urban Big Data Centre Research Approvals Committee

Member of the ITS UK Passenger Information Interest Group.

Member, Regional Transport Committee, UITP

Member of Committee, Scottish Transport Studies Group (STSG).

Member of Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) Peer Review College

Member of Steering Committee, SiDE Digital Economy Hub at Newcastle University

University representative on the Governing Board of the Northern Research Partnership (NRP) in Engineering and related disciplines

Member, Aberdeen and Grampian Chamber of Commerce Transport Network Steering Group

Chairman, Universities’ Transport Study Group

Advisor to ITS UK Young People in ITS Committee

CEC INTERREG IVB:  €15,300 obtained for “Synergy of New Advanced / Adapted Public Transport Solutions Improving Connectivity in the NWE region (SYNAPTIC)”. Principal Investigator (75%) with Dr M Beecroft as Co-Investigator. 33 months from 10.09.11.

CEC Transport Programme (DG RTD): €121,337 obtained for “Enhanced WISETRIP”. 30 months from 01.09.11. Principal Investigator (80%) with Dr S D Wright as Co-Investigator.

INTERREG IVC: €106,639 obtained for “European Model for Public Transport Authority as a key factor leading to transport sustainability (EPTA)”. 30 months from 01.01.12. Principal Investigator (80%) with Dr S D Wright as Co-Investigator.

EPSRC: £1,496, 406 obtained for “Digital Economy ‘Sustainable Society’ Network+”. 36 months from 01.04.12. Co-Investigator with Dr C Mulligan (Nottingham University) as Principal Investigator and Prof R Rettie (Kingston University) as Co-Investigator.

  • Pilot project: “Horizon Scanning for Future of Cities Foresight Project”, 2014. (PI).

New Zealand Ministry of Transport: £1,363 obtained for “Review of report: ’Public Transport options for New Zealand, July 2013’”. 4 weeks from 18.12.13. Sole Investigator.

Intelligent Energy Europe: €137,219 obtained for “CHUMS (Changing habits for Urban Mobility Solutions)”. 30 months from 01.03.14. Principal Investigator (50%) with Dr S D Wright as Co-Investigator.

ESRC: £511,449 obtained for “Social Media Enhancement”. 24 months from 14.02.14. Co-Investigator (with Prof P Edwards as PI) and 10 others.

  • Exploration of Twitter data use in transport disruption research, 2014-2016 (PI)

Technology Strategy Board: £252,000 (including co-funding) obtained for “University Partner Programme”. 36 months from 01.05.14. Principal Investigator (25%) with Dr C Cottrill, Prof J Anable and Prof P Edwards as Co-Investigators.

The Scottish Government / ClimateXChange £256,980 obtained for ClimateXChange – Post-Doctoral Research Fellow Grants: TRANSPORT. 36 months from 01.08.15. Co-Investigator (10%) with Prof J Anable as PI and Dr C Cottrill and Dr M Beecroft as CIs.

Peter Brett Associates: £7,905 obtained for “Research into the social and economic benefits of Community Transport in Scotland” (for Scottish Government).  6 months from 07.08.14. Principal Investigator (50%) with Dr S D Wright as Co-Investigator.

European Commission Horizon 2020 Green Vehicles. €321 153 obtained for Easily diStributed Personal RapId Transit (ESPRIT). 36 months from 01.05.15. Principal Investigator (50%) with Prof J Anable as CI.

European Commission Horizon 2020 Mobility for Growth. €360 870 obtained for An urban, smart, social and green mobility approach to carpooling (SocialCar). 36 months from 01.06.15. Principal Investigator (50%) with Dr Cottrill and Dr S D Wright as CIs.

PT Publications

 

Books

Published

  1. Vigar, G, Steele, M, Healey, P, Nelson, J D and Wenban-Smith, A (2000) Transport Planning and Metropolitan Governance: institutional issues in implementing a new agenda for transport. London: Landor Publishing (ISBN 1 899650).
  2. Ambrosino, G, Nelson, J D and Romanazzo, M (Eds) (2004) Demand Responsive Transport Services: Towards the Flexible Mobility Agency. Rome: ENEA. (ISBN 88-8286-043-4).
  3. Nielsen, G, Lind, G, Mulley, C, Nelson, J D and Tegnér, G (2005) Network planning for high quality public transport in small and medium sized cities. HiTrans Best Practice Guide 2, HiTrans. (ISBN 82-990111-3-2).
  4. Ambrosino, G, Boero, M, Nelson, J D and Romanazzo, M (Eds) (2006) Systems and Advanced Solutions for eLogistics in the Sustainable City. Rome: ENEA. (ISBN 88-8286-137-6).
  5. Cooper, J M, Mundy, R and Nelson, J D (2010) Taxi! Urban economies and the social & transport impacts of the taxicab. Ashgate. (ISBN 9780754676287).
  6. Ambrosino, G, Boero, M, Nelson, JD and Romanazzo, M (Eds) (2010) Infomobility Systems and Sustainable Transport Services. Rome: ENEA. (ISBN 978-88-8286-229-9).

In Press

  1. Mulley, C and Nelson, J D (Eds) (2015) Paratransit: Shaping the Flexible Transport Future. Emerald. In preparation.

 

Book Chapters

 

Published

 

  1. Nelson, J D (1992) Some observations on the impaired operation of buses in central urban corridors. In: Griffiths, J (Ed) Mathematics in Transport Planning and Control, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 297-306.
  2. Nelson, J D (1994) Passenger-friendly interchange facilities for public transport. In: Passenger Terminal ’94. Dorking: UK & International Press, 18-24.
  3. Smith, M W, Nelson, J D, Bell, M G H and Dickinson, K W (1995) Developing the concept of buses as probes: the integration of automatic vehicle locationing and urban traffic control systems. In: Liu, B and Blosseville, J M (Eds) Transportation Systems: Theory and Application of Advanced Technology. Elsevier Science and Technology.
  4. Evans, R, Wheatley, J, Guy, S, Marvin, S, Nelson, J and Parker, D (1998) Sustainable Policies for Urban Environments: A New Methodology. In: Sidkar, P K, Dhingra, S L and Krishna Rao, K V (Eds) Computers in Urban Planning and Management, Delhi: Narosa, 400-412.
  5. Law, M, Nelson, J D and Bell, M G H (1998) The modelling of cell-based Automatic Vehicle Locationing systems for improving bus services. In: Griffiths, J D (Ed) Mathematics in Transport Planning and Control, Oxford: Pergamon, 291-300.
  6. McQuaid, R, Leitham, S, and Nelson, J D (2001) Public Investment in Road and Physical Infrastructure and Inward Investment Industrial Location Choice: A Stated Preference Experiment. In: Felsenstein, D, McCann, P, McQuaid, R and Shefer, D (Eds) Public Investment and Regional Economic Development, 210-226. Edward Elgar.
  7. Ambrosino, G, Nelson, J D and Romanazzo, M (2004) Introduction. In: Ambrosino, G, Nelson, J D and Romanazzo, M (Eds) Demand Responsive Transport Services: Towards the Flexible Mobility Agency. Rome: ENEA, 25-32.
  8. Ambrosino, G, Mageean, J F, Nelson, J D and Romanazzo, M (2004) Experience and applications of DRT in Europe. In: Ambrosino, G, Nelson, J D and Romanazzo, M (Eds) Demand Responsive Transport Services: Towards the Flexible Mobility Agency. Rome: ENEA, 141-197.
  9. Finn, B, Mageean, J F and Nelson, J D (2004) The FAMS Evaluation. In: Ambrosino, G, Nelson, J D and Romanazzo, M (Eds) Demand Responsive Transport Services: Towards the Flexible Mobility Agency. Rome: ENEA, 261-267.
  10. Ambrosino, G, Nelson, J D and Romanazzo, M (2004) Actions for a sustainable urban mobility. In: Ambrosino, G, Nelson, J D and Romanazzo, M (Eds) Demand Responsive Transport Services: Towards the Flexible Mobility Agency. Rome: ENEA, 293-301.
  11. Finn, B and Nelson, J (2005) A Functional Model for an Urban Passenger Transport Authority. In Hensher, D (Ed) Competition and Ownership in Land Passenger Transport. Elsevier, 559-575.
  12. Ambrosino, G, Boero, M, Nelson, J D and Romanazzo, M (2005) Introduction. In: Ambrosino, G, Boero, M, Nelson, J D and Romanazzo, M (Eds) Systems and Advanced Solutions for eLogistics in the Sustainable City Policies and e-Technologies for Sustainable Freight Distribution in Urban Areas. Rome: ENEA, 19-28.
  13. Nelson, J D, Finn, B and Smith, M A (2005) New concepts for flexible transport services: An introduction to CONNECT. In: Ambrosino, G, Boero, M, Nelson, J D and Romanazzo, M (Eds) Systems and Advanced Solutions for eLogistics in the Sustainable City Policies and e-Technologies for Sustainable Freight Distribution in Urban Areas. Rome: ENEA, 319-327.
  14. Cooper, J M, Nelson, J D and Wright, S D (2006) The delivery of rural flexible transport: experiences from Highland Scotland. In: Traffic and Transportation Studies (Mao, Tian, Gao and Huang Eds), 156-166.
  15. Mulley, C, Nelson, J D and Neilsen, G (2007) Network planning for high quality public transport. In: Macario, R, Viegas, J M and Hensher, D (Eds) Competition and Ownership in Land Passenger Transport. Elsevier, 331-354.
  16. Cooper, J M, Nelson, J D, Wright, S D and Cooper, U (2008) Rural access gain: an economic and social analysis of access to work schemes in rural communities of Scotland. In Mao, B, Tain, Z. Huang, H and Gao, Z (Eds) Traffic and Transportation Studies, American Society of Civil Engineers, 85-98.
  17. Nelson, J D (2009) Sustainable Transport Technologies for Developing Environments: Towards Appropriate Investment Strategies. In: Grieco, M (Ed) Africa, Transport and the Millennium Development Goals: Achieving an Internationally Set Agenda. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 159-167.
  18. Ambrosino, G, Boero, M, Nelson, JD and Romanazzo, M (2010) Introduction. Ambrosino, G, Boero, M, Nelson, JD and Romanazzo, M (Eds), Infomobility Systems and Sustainable Transport Services. Rome: ENEA, 19-23.
  19. Gini, S, Ambrosino, G, Nelson, J D (2010) Co-modality and integrated infomobility management in European Cities. In Ambrosino, G, Boero, M, Nelson, JD and Romanazzo, M (Eds), Infomobility Systems and Sustainable Transport Services. Rome: ENEA, 26-29.
  20. Ambrosino, G, Nelson, J D, Bastogi, B, Viti, A, Romazzotti, D and Ercoli, E (2010) The role and perspectives of the large-scale Flexible Transport Agency in the management of public transport in urban areas. Ambrosino, G, Boero, M, Nelson, JD and Romanazzo, M (Eds), Infomobility Systems and Sustainable Transport Services. Rome: ENEA, 156-165.
  21. Cooper, J M, Wright, S D and Nelson, J D (2010) Infomobility for the labour force: Transport to Employment in Highland Region, Scotland. Ambrosino, G, Boero, M, Nelson, JD and Romanazzo, M (Eds), Infomobility Systems and Sustainable Transport Services. Rome: ENEA, 180-190.
  22. Brake, J F Nelson, J D and Wright, S D (2010) A decision support framework for flexibly delivered public transport services. Ambrosino, G, Boero, M, Nelson, JD and Romanazzo, M (Eds), Infomobility Systems and Sustainable Transport Services. Rome: ENEA, 254-261.
  23. Nelson, J D and Aditjandra, P T (2011) Bridging the Mobility Gap: The Role of ITS. In: Urry, J and Grieco, M (Ed) Mobilities: new perspectives on transport and society. Ashgate, 331-345.
  24. Nelson, J D (2014) “Quality Bus Partnerships” and Real time Information”. Entries in the Companion to Road Passenger Transport History, (Mulley, C and Higginson, M, (Eds)). Roads and Road Transport History Association, MDS Books.

In Press

  1. Nelson, J D and Wright, S (2016) Flexible transport management. In Bliemer, M, Mulley, C and Moutou, C (Eds) Handbook on Transport and Urban Planning in the Developed World, Edward Elgar. In press.

Submitted and under review

  1. Ambrosino, G, Nelson, J D, Boero, M and Ramazzotti, D (2015) From the concept of Flexible Mobility Services to the “Shared Mobility Agency”. Chapter for Paratransit: Shaping the Flexible Transport Future. Emerald. Mulley, C and Nelson, J D (Eds).
  2. Emele, C D, Wright, S, Mounce, R, Zeng, C and Nelson, J D (2014). A Visualisation Tool for Planning Passenger Transport Services in Rural and Low-Demand Settings. Chapter for Paratransit: Shaping the Flexible Transport Future. Emerald. Mulley, C and Nelson, J D (Eds).

 

Journal Articles

 

Published

 

  1. Nelson, J D, Leitham, S and McQuaid, R W (1994) Transport and Commercial Location Decisions: Some Recent Evidence. Transportation Planning Systems, 2(4), Oct-Dec, 41-57.
  2. Nelson, J D (1995) The Potential for Real-Time Passenger Information as Part of an Integrated Bus-Control/Information System. Journal of Advanced Transportation, 29(1), 13-25, Spring.
  3. Button, K J, Leitham, S, McQuaid, R W and Nelson, J D (1995) Transport and Industrial and Commercial Location Decisions. Annals of Regional Science, 29, 189-206.
  4. Heseltine, P M and Nelson, J D (1996) The TEMIS approach as an integral component of the environmental assessment of alternative transport policies. The Science of the Total Environment, 189/190, 77-83.
  5. McQuaid, R W, Leitham, S and Nelson, J D (1996) Accessibility and Location Decisions in a Peripheral Region of Europe – a Logit Analysis. Regional Studies, 30(6), 579-588.
  6. Nelson, J D (1997) Hungary at the cross-roads: challenges for transport policy in the 1990s. Trent Geographical Papers, No. 1, 42-63.
  7. Nelson, J D, Saleh, W and Prileszky, I (1997) Ownership and Control in the Bus Industry: The Case of Hungary. Journal of Transport Geography, 5(2), 137-146.
  8. Law, M, Nelson, J D and Bell, M G H (1997) Cell-based Approaches to Automatic Vehicle Locationing. Journal of East Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 2(4), 1309-1328.
  9. Saleh, W, Nelson, J D and Bell, M G H (1998a) Determinants of energy consumption: examination of alternative transport policies using the TEMIS programme. Transportation Research D, 3(2), 93-103.
  10. Saleh, W, Nelson, J D and Bell, M G H (1998b) Modelling vehicle emissions using the TEMIS program Part 1: enhancement of the TEMIS framework. Journal of Power and Energy, Part A, 197-204.
  11. Saleh, W and Nelson, J D (1998a) Modelling vehicle emissions using the TEMIS program Part 2: case studies. Journal of Power and Energy, Part A, 205-212.
  12. Mulley, C and Nelson, J D (1999) Interoperability and transport policy: the impediments to interoperability in the organisation of trans-European transport systems. Journal of Transport Geography, 7(2), 93-104.
  13. Mageean, J, Mulley, C and Nelson, J D (1999) Key indicators for the development and improvement of transport terminals and their associated links. Trasporti Europei, 5(13), 57-64.
  14. Leitham, S, McQuaid, R and Nelson, J D (2000) The Influence of Transport on Industrial Location Choice: A Stated Preference Experiment. Transportation Research A, 34(7), 515-535.
  15. Mulley, C and Nelson, J D (2000) The presence of ITS: the implications for the business case versus the social CBA evaluation for investment. ITS Journal, 6, 69-82.
  16. Nelson, J D, Blundell, S, Pettitt, P and Thompson, S (2001) ITS solutions in transitional countries: the case of Korea. Transport Reviews, 21(1), 51-74.
  17. Mageean, J F and Nelson, J D (2001) Some observations on the organisation of demand responsive transport services. Trasporti Europei, 7(17), 49-57.
  18. Finn, B and Nelson, J D (2002) An international perspective on the changing structure of the urban bus market. Journal of the Transportation Research Board, No 1799, 89-96.
  19. Mageean, J F and Nelson, J D (2003) The evaluation of Demand Responsive Transport Services in Europe. Journal of Transport Geography, 11(4), 255-270.
  20. Mulley, C and Nelson, J D (2003) The attractiveness and efficiency of public transport – is it affected by the nature of ownership? IATSS Research, 27 (2), 16-26.
  21. Mageean, J F, Nelson, J D and Wright, S D (2004) The application of Telematics-based Technologies to Supply Public Transport in Areas of Low Demand. Public Transport International, 53(3), May, 22-25.
  22. Brake, J, Nelson, J D and Wright, S (2004) Demand Responsive Transport: towards the emergence of a new market segment. Journal of Transport Geography, 12(4), 323-327.
  23. Brake, J F and Nelson, J D (2007) A case study of flexible solutions to transport demand in a deregulated environment. Journal of Transport Geography, 15(4), 262-273.
  24. Brake, J , Mulley, C, Nelson, J D and Wright, S (2007) Key lessons learned from recent experience with Flexible Transport Services. Transport Policy, 14(6), 458-466.
  25. Wright, S, Nelson, J D, and Cooper, J M (2008) Transport to Employment (T2E) – a transport service helping to establish sustainable rural communities in Highland Scotland. Local Economy, 23(3), 181-195.
  26. Aditjandra, P, Mulley, C and Nelson, J D (2009) Neighbourhood design impact on travel behaviour: a comparison of US and UK experience. Projections, 9, (MIT Journal of Planning), 28-56.
  27. Wright, S, Nelson, J D, Cooper, J M and Murphy, S (2009) An evaluation of the Transport to Employment (T2E) scheme in Highland Scotland using Social Return on Investment (SROI). Journal of Transport Geography, 17(6), 457-467.
  28. Mulley, C and Nelson, J D (2009) Flexible Transport Services: a new market opportunity for public transport. Research in Transportation Economics, 25, 39-45.
  29. Aditjandra, P, Mulley, C and Nelson, J D (2009) The Extent to Which Sustainable Travel to Work Can be Explained by Neighbourhood Design Characteristics. Transportation Research Record, No 2134, Vol 1, 114-122.
  30. Nelson, J D, Wright, S, Masson, B, Ambrosino, G and Naniopoulos, A (2010) Recent developments in Flexible Transport Services. Research in Transportation Economics, 29, 243-248.
  31. Veeneman, W and Nelson, J D (2010) Workshop report – System development. Research in Transportation Economics, 29, 219-223.
  32. Pangbourne, K, Aditjandra, P T and Nelson, J D (2010) New technology and quality of life for older people. Exploring health and transport dimensions in the UK context. IET Intelligent Transport Systems, 4(4), 318-327.
  33. Deng, T and Nelson, J D (2010) The impact of Bus Rapid Transit on land development: a case study of Beijing, China. World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology, 66, 1196-1206.
  34. Deng, T and Nelson, J D (2011) Recent developments in Bus Rapid Transit: A review of the Literature. Transport Reviews, 31(1), 69-96.
  35. Curl, A, Nelson, J D and Anable, J (2011) Does Accessibility Planning address what matters? A review of current practice and practitioner perspectives. Research in Transportation Business and Management, 2, 3-11.
  36. Nelson, J D and Phonphitakchai, T (2012) An Evaluation of the User Characteristics of an Open Access DRT service. Research in Transportation Economics, 34, 54-65.
  37. Velaga, N R, Beecroft, M, Nelson, J D, Corsar D and Edwards, P (2012) Transport poverty meets the digital divide: accessibility and connectivity in rural communities. Journal of Transport Geography. 21, 102-112.
  38. Deng, T and Nelson, J D (2012) The Perception of Bus Rapid Transit: A Passenger Survey from Beijing Southern Axis BRT Line 1. Transportation Planning and Technology. 35(2), 201-219.
  39. Velaga, N R, Nelson, J D, Wright, S D and Farrington, J H (2012) The Potential Role of Flexible Transport Services in enhancing Rural Public Transport Provision. Journal of Public Transportation. 15(1), 111-131.
  40. Mulley, C, Nelson, J, Teal, R, Wright, S and Daniels, R (2012) Barriers to implementing Flexible Transport Services: an international comparison of the experiences in Australia, Europe and USA. Research in Transportation and Business Management, 3, 3-11.
  41. Valega, N, Rotstein, N, Oren, N, Nelson, J D, Norman, T J and Wright, S D (2012) Development of an Integrated Flexible Transport Systems Platform for Rural Areas Using Argumentation Theory. Research in Transportation Business and Management. 3, 62-70.
  42. Nelson, J D and Wright, S D (2012) Editorial. Research in Transportation Business and Management, 3, 1-2.
  43. Curl, A., Nelson, J.D. and Anable, J. (2012) “Does Accessibility Planning address what matters? A response to Derek Halden by Curl, Nelson and Anable”, Research in Transportation Business and Management, 3, 84.
  44. Mulley, C and Nelson, J D (2012) Recent Developments in Community Transport Provision: Comparative Experience from Britain and Australia. Procedia – Social and Behavioral Sciences, 48, 1815-1825.
  45. Nelson, J D and Merkert, R (2013) Workshop 1 Report: Performance Measurement and Compliance. Research in Transportation Economics, 39, 46-49.
  46. Deng, T and Nelson, J D (2013) Bus Rapid Transit Implementation in Beijing: An Evaluation of Performance and Impacts. Research in Transportation Economics, 39, 108-113.
  47. Nelson, J D and Mulley, C (2013) The impact of the application of new technology on public transport service provision and the passenger experience: a focus on implementation in Australia. Research in Transportation Economics, 39, 300-308.
  48. Ison, S G and Nelson, J D (2013) Editorial. Transportation Planning and Technology, 36(1), 1-3.
  49. * Aditjandra, P, Mulley, C and Nelson, J D (2013) The influence of neighbourhood design on travel behaviour: empirical evidence from North East England. Transport Policy, 26, 54-65.
  50. Velaga, N R, Nelson, J D, Edwards, P, Corsar, D, Sripada, G S, Sharma, N and Beecroft, M E (2013). ‘Development of a Map-matching Algorithm for Rural Passenger Information Systems via Mobile Phones and Crowd-Sourcing’. ASCE Journal of Computing in Civil Engineering, 27, 732-742. 
  51. Wright, S and Nelson, J D (2014) An investigation into the feasibility and potential benefits of shared taxi services to commuter stations. Urban Planning and Transport Research 2, 1, 147-161.
  52. Emele, D, Fukumoto, M. Nelson, J D, Velaga, N and Wright, S (2014) The Design, Management and Operation of Flexible Transport Systems: comparison of experience between UK, Japan and India. Research in Transportation Economics, 48, 330-338.
  53. Velaga, N R, Nelson, J D, Papangelis, K, Corsar, D and Edwards, P (2014) Designing a Passenger Centric Information Eco-System for Integrated and Flexible Transport Systems in Rural Areas. Journal of Sustainable Mobility, 2, 73-82.
  54. Curl, A, Nelson, J D and Anable, J (2015) Same Question, Different Answer: A Comparison of GIS-Based Journey Time Accessibility with Self-Reported Measures from the English National Travel Survey. Computers, Environment and Urban Systems, 49, 86-97.
  55. Nelson, J D and Hills, P J (1990) Innovative bus control for congested urban corridors – the application of convoying systems. Traff Engng Control, 31(5), May, 299-304.
  56. Nelson, J D and Hills, P J (1992) The integration of bus convoying systems and passenger information. Traff Engng Control, 33(6), June, 364-373.
  57. Nelson, J D, Brookes, D W, Bell, M G H and Silcock, J P (1993) Approaches to the provision of priority for public transport at traffic signals: a European perspective. Traff Engng Control, 34(9), September, 426-428, 431.
  58. Nelson, J D (1996) Assessing safety in our public transport systems. Public Transport Information, 8(1), 14-15, February/March.
  59. Nelson, J D (2002) TORG showcases best practice for DRT. Traff Engng Control, 43(1), January, 8-9.
  60. Nelson, J D (2003) The potential for Demand Responsive Transport Public Service Review TLR 3, 274-275.
  61. Nelson, J D (2003) Demand Responsive Transport services: Innovation in public transport Public Service Review TLR 3, 276-277.
  62. Mageean, J F, Nelson, J D and Wright, S D (2004) Using Intelligent Transport Systems to Broker Integrated Demand Responsive Transport Services. Planning in London, 48, Jan/March, 22-25.
  63. Mageean, J F, Nelson, J D and Wright, S D (2004) Telematics-based Demand Responsive Transport: The Phone and Go experience. Traff Engng Control, 45(2), February, 66-71.
  64. Nelson, J and Masson, B (2009) FLIPPER: A new initiative for Flexible Transport Services. ITS International, January / February.
  65. Nelson, J and Masson, B (2009) A new initiative for Flexible Transport Services: the FLIPPER project. Eurotransport, 7(1), 36-39.
  66. Nelson, J D (2010) Research and technical support for FLIPPER. Mobility, 16, 64-65.
  67. Velaga, N R, Nelson, J D, Marqui, A C, Corsar, D, Emele, D C Jennifer A. Holden, J A (2012) Intelligent Transport Systems for Rural Accessibility and Mobility. ITS United Kingdom Review, Autumn / Winter 2012, 35-37.
  68. Corsar, D, Holden, J, Paul Gault, P, Papangelis, K and Nelson, J (2014) The GetThere Bus experience. September 2014 issue of the digital ITS Review (published by ITS-UK). http://www.its-ukreview.org/the-gettherebus-experience/

 

In Press

  1. Schiffling, S, Karamperidis, S, Nelson, J D (2015) Local Shops vs. Online Retailers: Competition or Synergy? Scottish Geographical Journal, In Press.
  2. van der Loo, S, Chen, L, Edwards, P, Karamperidis, S, Holden, J A,. Kollingbaum, M J, Marqui, A C, Nelson, J D, Norman, T J, Piecyk, M, Pignotti, E (2015) Development of a digital tool to overcome the challenges of rural food SMEs. Scottish Geographical Journal. In Press.
  3. Morton, C., Anable, J., Nelson, J. (2015) Assessing the Importance of Socio-Psychological Constructs in Consumer Evaluations of Electric Vehicles. Submitted to Energy Efficiency. In Press.
  4. Galán-Díaz, C, Edwards, P, Nelson, J D and van der Wal, R (2015) Digital innovation in nature conservation through partnership working with academics– a qualitative impact assessment. Submitted to Ambio. In Press.

 

Submitted and under review

 

  1. Morton, C, Anable, J, Nelson, J D (2015) Exploring Consumer Preferences towards Electric Vehicles: Determining the Influence of Individual Innovativeness and Instrumental Attitudes. Submitted to Research in Transportation Business & Management (March 2015).
  2. Papangelis, K, Nelson, J D, Sripada, S and Beecroft, M (2015) The Effects of Mobile Real Time Information On Rural Passengers. Submitted to Transportation Planning and Technology (March 2015).
  3. Mounce, R, Wright, S, Emele, C D, Zeng, C and Nelson, J D (2015) Flexible integrated transport services with constraint relaxation to increase efficiency in rural transport service provision. Submitted to Transportation Research C (April 2015).
  4. Craig Morton, Jillian Anable, John D. Nelson (2015) Consumer Structure in the Emerging Market for Electric Vehicles: Identifying market segments using cluster analysis. Submitted to International Journal of Sustainable Transportation (May 2015).

 

Conference Papers

  1. Nelson, J D and Bell, M G H (1991a) Ramp metering strategies for motorways incorporating dynamic origin-destination information. Proc. 24th ISATA Conference, Italy, May, 177-184.
  2. Smith, M W, Nelson, J D, Bell, M G H and Dickinson, K W (1994a) Transit AVL and Priority at Traffic Signals. Proc. of International Conference on Advanced Technologies in Transportation and Traffic Management. Centre for Transportation Studies, Nanyang Technical University, Singapore, May, 203-210.
  3. Leitham, S, McQuaid, R W and Nelson, J D (1994) Transport and Commercial Location Decisions in Europe. Paper for 34th European Congress, Regional Science Association, Groningen, Netherlands, August.
  4. Smith, M W, Nelson, J D and Bell, M G H (1994) Buses as Probes: the use of AVL Information for Improved Signal Control. In ERTICO (Ed) The Intelligent Transport System, Vol 6. London: Artech House, 3064-3071.
  5. Nelson, J D, Smith, M W and Bell, M G H (1995) The Modelling of Realistic Automatic Vehicle Locationing Systems for Service and Traffic Control. In VERTIS (Ed) Steps Forward, Vol IV. Tokyo: VERTIS, 1582-1587.
  6. Nelson, J D and Saleh, W (1997) Flexible and Intermediate forms of transport as part of a package of transport demand measures. Proc. 30th ISATA, Croydon: Automotive Automation Ltd, 67-74.
  7. Law, M, Nelson, J D and Bell, M G H (1997) Development of Cell-based Approaches to Automatic Vehicle Locationing. Proc. 4th World Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems, Berlin, October.
  8. Nelson, J D, Smith, F, Morgan, L E and Pickup, L (1997) Evaluation of Telematics-Based Demand-Responsive Transport Services. Proc. 4th World Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems, Berlin, October.
  9. Mulley, C and Nelson, J D (1997) Enhancing Interoperability through Improvements in the Organisation of Trans-European Networks. Proc. 4th World Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems, Berlin, October.
  10. Mulley, C, Nelson, J and Rackliff, T (1998a) Managing Travel Demand Through Improved Public Transport Interoperability. Paper for International Symposium on Travel Demand Management, University of Newcastle upon Tyne, July.
  11. Mageean, J, Mulley, C, Nelson, J D, and Rackliff, T (1998a) Interoperability as an Impediment to improved system organisation: the case of European public transport. Paper presented 8th World Conference on Transport Research, Antwerp, July.
  12. Saleh, W and Nelson, J D (1998b) Productive Efficiency in the British Bus Industry: Operational Productivity Performance Measures. Paper presented 8th World Conference on Transport Research, Antwerp, July.
  13. Thorpe, N, Law, M, and Nelson, J D (2000) Raising travel awareness using feedback from electronic travel diaries. Proc. 9th International Association for Travel Behaviour Research Conference, Queensland, Australia, July, vol 7, 71-85.
  14. Westerlund, Y, Stahl, A and Nelson, J and Mageean, J (2000) Transport Telematics for Elderly Users: Successful use of automated booking and call-back for DRT in Gothenburg. Proc. 7th ITS World Congress, Torino, November.
  15. Nelson, J D (2003) European public transport: Practice and prospects. Proc. 2nd Transport and Road Symposium, Bahrain, October, Paper No. 5. [Invited key note paper].
  16. Wright, S, Mageean, J and Nelson, J D (2004) A means of providing public transport information to passengers who may not know where they are going! Proc. 12th IEE International Conference on Road Transport Information and Control, London, April, 26-33.
  17. Brake, J F, Nelson, J D and Wright, S D (2004) On-demand brokerage of public transport services: From theory to reality. Proc. ITS Europe Conference, Budapest, May.
  18. Mageean, J F and Nelson, J D (2004) Recent developments in telematics-based Demand Responsive Transport Services. Proc. 10th WCTR, Istanbul, July.
  19. Boero, M, Brake, J, Scholliers, J, Mulley, C, Nelson, J D and Smith, M (2006) CONNECT: Partnership and co-operation to create an Expert Network and a Knowledge Portal for Flexible Transport Services. Proc. ITS World Congress, London, October.
  20. Yahya, N, Nelson, J D and Mulley, C (2007) Evaluating the effect of public transport improvements on bus patronage. Paper presented at 11th World Conference on Transport Research, Berkeley, June.
  21. Ambrosino, G, Nelson, J D, Bastogi, B, Cerri, S and Vegni, S (2009) Flexible Transport Services for environmental and sustainable urban mobility: the INTERREG IVC FLIPPER project. Paper for the Second International Conference on Environmental Management, Engineering, Planning and Economics (CEMEPE 2009).
  22. Pangbourne, K, Aditjandra, P T and Nelson, J D (2009) New technology and quality of life for older people: The health and transport dimensions. Proc. 16th World Congress and Exhibition on Intelligent Transport Systems and Services. September, Stockholm.
  23. Aditjandra, P T and Nelson, J D and Wright, S D (2009) A multi-modal international journey planning system: a case study of WISETRIP. Proc. 16th World Congress and Exhibition on Intelligent Transport Systems and Services. September, Stockholm.
  24. Deng, T and Nelson, J D (2009a) Bus Rapid Transit: Meeting the challenge of delivering efficient mobility in China. Proc. 16th World Congress and Exhibition on Intelligent Transport Systems and Services. September, Stockholm.
  25. Deng, T and Nelson, J D (2009b) Analysis of an Efficient Urban Transport System: Lessons Learned from Beijing Southern Axis Bus Rapid Transit Line 1. Proceedings of the 14th HKSTS International Conference, Vol. 2, pp. 719-727, Eds. Wang, D. and Li, S. Hong Kong, December.
  26. Thorpe, N, Hargreaves, A J, Mitchell, G, Namdeo, A K, Wright, S D, Brake J F and Nelson, J D (2009) Spatial development and the sustainability of urban areas. Proceedings of the 14th HKSTS International Conference, Vol. 2 Session E5 p981-990 Eds. Wang, D. and Li, S. Hong Kong, December.
  27. Aditjandra, P.T., Masson, B.L. and Nelson, J.D. (2010) Roadmapping ITS and ICT to improve mobility gaps in the North-West European Region. 02979, 15, C5, Selected Proceedings of the 12th World Conference on Transport Research Society, ISBN 978-989-96986-1-1.
  28. Daniels, R, Mulley, C and Nelson, J (2010) Contribution of Flexible Transport Services to the Social Inclusion Agenda: an international comparison. 03329, 19, X, General Proceedings of the 12th World Conference on Transport Research Society, ISBN 978-989-96986-0-4.
  29. Zografos, K, Androutsopoulous and Nelson, J D (2010) Identifying Travellers Information Needs and Services for an Integrated International Real Time Journey Planning System. Proc. 13th International IEEE Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITSC), Madeira, September, 998 – 1004.
  30. Deng, T and Nelson, J D (2011b) A Critical Evaluation of Bus Rapid Transit implementation in Beijing. Paper presented at Thredbo 12, Durban, September. [submitted to Research in Transportation Economics]
  31. Nelson, J D and Mulley, C (2011) The impact of the application of new technology on public transport service provision and the passenger experience: a focus on implementation in Australia. Paper presented at Thredbo 12, Durban, September. [submitted to Research in Transportation Economics]
  32. Wright, S D and Nelson, J D (2011) An investigation into the feasibility and potential benefits of shared taxi services to commuter stations. Paper presented at Thredbo 12, Durban, September.
  33. Corsar, D, Edwards, P, Velaga, N, Nelson, J and Pann, J (2011) Addressing the Challenges of Semantic Citizen-Sensing. Short Paper. In Taylor, K, Ayyagari, A, Roure, D D (Eds). Proc. 4th International Workshop on Semantic Sensor Networks (SSN2011). A workshop of the 10th International Semantic Web Conference (ISWC 2011), vol 839, pp 101-106. CEUR Workshop Proceedings, Bonn, October.
  34. Papangelis, K, Velaga, N, Sripada, S, Nelson, J, Edwards, P and Corsar, D (2011) Exploiting Digital Technologies to Promote Sustainable Travel Behaviour in Rural Areas. Short paper for Digital Engagement 2011, November 15th – 17th, Newcastle, UK.
  35. Edwards, P, Corsar, D, Nelson, J, Velaga, N, Beecroft, M, Pan, J and Sripada, S (2011) Building an Information Ecosystem for Public Transport in Rural Areas. Short paper for Digital Engagement 2011, November 15th – 17th, Newcastle, UK.
  36. Velaga, N V, Nelson, J D, Sripada, S, Edwards, P, Corsar, D, Sharma, N and Beecroft, M (2012) Development of a Map-matching Algorithm for Rural Passenger Information Systems via Mobile Phones and Crowd-Sourcing. Paper presented at 91st Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board. [submitted to Computing in Civil Engineering]
  37. Mulley, C and Nelson, J D (2012) Recent Developments in Community Transport Provision: Comparative Experience from Britain and Australia. Proc. Transport Research Arena– Europe 2012, Athens, April. [published in Procedia – Social and Behavioral Sciences, 48, 1815-1825.]
  38. Velaga, N R, Corsar, D, Edwards, P, Nelson, J D, Sripada, S, Sharma, N Beecroft, M and Pann, J (2012) A Hybrid Map-matching Algorithm for Real-Time Passenger Information Systems via Mobile Phones and Crowd-Sourcing. Proc. of IEEE ION PLANS 2012, Myrtle Beach, April.
  39. Corsar, D, Edwards, P, Velaga, N, Nelson, J and Pan, J (2012) Exploring provenance in a Linked Data Ecosystem. Paper for IPAW 2012, 4th International Provenance and Annotation Workshop, Santa Barbara, June. In Groth, P, Frew, J (eds) Provenance and Annotation of Data and processes, Lecture Notes in Computer Science 7525, pp. 226-228, Springer.
  40. Emele, C D, Velaga, N R, Zeng, C. Oren, N, Wright, S, Norman, T J and Nelson, J D (2012) Supporting rural communities through flexible integrated transport services. Short paper for Digital Futures 2012, Aberdeen, UK.
  41. Emele, C. D., Velaga, N. R., Zeng, C., Oren, N., Wright, S., Norman, T. J., Nelson, J. D., (2012) DEMO: Flexible integrated transport system for rural communities, Digital Futures 2012, Aberdeen, UK.
  42. Corsar, C, Baillie, C, Markovic, M, Edwards, P, Nelson, J, Velaga, N, Beecroft, M, Sripada, S, Pan, J Z and Papangelis. K (2012) “DEMO: A Rural Passenger Information System Utilising Linked Data & The Crowd.” Digital Futures 2012, Aberdeen, UK.
  43. Papangelis, K, Velaga, N R, Sripada, S, Beecroft, M, Nelson, J D, Anable, J and Farrington, J H (2012) Real-time passenger information in rural areas during disruptions: A conceptual model development. Short paper for Digital Futures 2012, Aberdeen, UK.
  44. Morton, C, Anable, J and Nelson, J (2013) Factors influencing demand in the emerging market for low emission vehicles. Paper presented at the 92nd Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board (TRB), Jan 2013, Washington, D.C., USA.
  45. Papangelis, K, Velaga, N. R, Sripada, S, Beecroft, M, Nelson, J. D, Anable, J, (2013) Supporting Rural Public Transport Users During Disruptions: The Role of Real Time Information. Paper presented at the 92nd Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board (TRB), Jan 2013, Washington, D.C., USA.
  46. Emele, C D, Oren, N, Zeng, C. Wright, S, Velaga, N, Nelson, J, Norman, T J and Farrington, J (2013) “Agent-driven variable pricing in flexible rural transport services”. In Highlights on Practical Applications of Agents and Multi-Agent Systems, Communications in Computer and Information Science Volume 365, pages 24-35.
  47. Marqui, A C, Kollingbaum, M J, Chen, L, Norman, T J, Edwards, P and Nelson, J D (2013) A Smart Logistics and Transport Platform for Rural Business. In General Proceedings of WCTR13 (13th World Conference on Transport Research), Rio de Janeiro, July 15-18.
  48. Papangelis, K, Sripada, S, Nelson, J D, Velaga, N R, Edwards, P and Corsar, D, (2013) Examining the Effects of Disruption on the Travel Behaviour of Rural Travellers. In General Proceedings of WCTR13 (13th World Conference on Transport Research), Rio de Janeiro, July 15-18.
  49. Velaga, N R, Nelson, J D, Papangelis, K, Corsar, D, and Edwards, P, (2013) A passenger centric information eco-system for integrated flexible transport systems in rural areas. In General Proceedings of WCTR13 (13th World conference on Transport Research), Rio de Janeiro, July 15-18.
  50. Papangelis, K, Sripada, S, Corsar, D, Velaga, N, Edwards, P and Nelson, J D (2013) Developing a real time passenger information system for rural areas. In Proceedings of the 15th international conference on Human Interface and the Management of Information: information and interaction for health, safety, mobility and complex environments – Volume Part II (HCI International’13), Sakae Yamamoto (Ed.), Vol. Part II. Springer-Verlag, Berlin, Heidelberg, 153-162.
  51. Emele, D, Fukumoto, M. Nelson, J D, Velaga, N and Wright, S (2013) The Design, Management and Operation of Flexible Transport Systems: comparison of experience between UK, Japan and India. Paper presented at 13th International Conference on Competition and Ownership in Land Passenger Transport, Oxford, 15th – 19th September. [submitted to RETRC]
  52. Corsar, D, Edwards, P, Baillie, C, Markovic, M, Papangelis, K and Nelson, J (2013) Short Paper: Citizen Sensing within a Real Time Passenger Information System. In Proceedings of the 6th International Workshop on Semantic Sensor Networks co-located with the 12th International Semantic Web Conference (ISWC 2013), Sydney, Australia, CEUR Workshop Vol. 1063, 77-82, 2013.
  53. Corsar, D, Edwards, P, Baillie, C, Markovic, M, Papangelis, K and Nelson, J (2013) GetThere: A Rural Passenger Information System Utilising Linked Data & Citizen Sensing. Poster & Demo Track. Proceedings of the ISWC 2013 Posters & Demonstrations Track, a track within the 12th International Semantic Web Conference (ISWC 2013), CEUR Workshop, vol 1035, 85-88.
  54. Corsar, D, Edwards, P and Nelson, J (2013) Personal Privacy and the Web of Linked Data. Proc. Society, Privacy and the Semantic Web – Policy and Technology Workshop (PrivOn 2013) Sydney, October 2013.
  55. Emele C.D., Wright S., Zeng C., Velaga N.R., Oren N., Norman T.J., Nelson J.D., and Farrington J.H. (2013) Relaxing eligibility criteria in rural transport services. In Proceedings of the 4th Annual Digital Economy All Hands Conference, Salford, Nov 2013.
  56. Emele C.D., Wright S., Zeng C., Norman T.J., and Nelson J.D., (2013) Demo: A passenger-centric decision support system for rural transport services. In Proceedings of the 4th Annual Digital Economy All Hands Conference, Salford, Nov 2013.
  57. Chen, L, Pignotti, E, Marqui, A C, Kollingbaum, M J, Zeng, C, Karamperidis, K,Norman, T J, Edwards, P and Nelson, J D (2013) SMiLE: Smart Micro-logistics for the Rural Economy. In Proceedings of the 4th Annual Digital Economy All Hands Conference, Salford, Nov 2013.
  58. Papangelis, K, Chamberlain, A, Velaga, N, Corsar, D, Sripada, S, Nelson, J and Beecroft, M (2014) People, Plans and Place: understanding and supporting responses to rural public transport disruption. In: COOP 2014 – Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on the Design of Cooperative Systems, 27-30 May, Nice.  Edited by Chiara Rossitto, Luigina Ciolfi, David Martin, Bernard Conein. Springer. 1-15.
  59. Gault, P Corsar, D, Edwards, P, Nelson, J D, Cottrill, C (2014) You’ll Never Ride Alone: The Role of Social Media in Supporting the Bus Passenger Experience. EPIC 2014. Ethnographic Praxis in Industry Conference Proceedings, 199-212. (to be published by Wiley Blackwell).
  60. Gault, P Corsar, D, Edwards, P, Nelson, J D (2014) Providing older adults with real-time passenger information via SMS. Proc. Mobile HCI Workshop. Toronto, 23rd – 26th September.
  61. Corsar, D, Edwards, P, Nelson, J and Papangelis, K (2014) Mobile Phones, Sensors & The Crowd: Lessons Learnt From Development of a Real-Time Travel Information System. Paper for poster presentation. Urb-IoT 2014, Rome, 27th – 28th Oct. Proc. 1st International Conference in IoT in Urban Space, pp 99-101. (available in the ACM Digital Library: http://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=2694768.2694792).
  62. Valega, N R, Nelson, J D, Emele, C D, Norman, T J, Oren, N, Wright, S, Zeng, C, and Mounce, R (2015) Towards Flexible Integrated Transport Systems: Requirements 1 Analysis for a Prototype Platform. Proc. TRB Annual Meeting (Jan 2015).
  63. Nelson, J D (1989) On the coordination of buses and passengers: An Oxford Street case-study. Proc. 21st UTSG Conference, Edinburgh, January (unpublished).
  64. Nelson, J D (1989) Oxford Street, London: A case for bus control. Proc. 17th PTRC Summer Annual Meeting, Seminar J, 27-32, Sussex, September.
  65. Nelson, J D (1990) Innovative bus control for congested urban corridors – the application of convoying systems. Proc. 22nd UTSG Conference, Hatfield, January (unpublished) (Winner of the Smeed Prize).
  66. Nelson, J D (1991a) An integrated model for a bus-control/passenger-information system. Proc. 23rd UTSG Conference, Nottingham, January (unpublished).
  67. Nelson, J D and Bell, M G H (1991b) The use of origin-destination information to support ramp-metering strategies for motorways. Proc. 19th PTRC Summer Annual Meeting, Seminar K, 147-158, Sussex, September.
  68. Heseltine, P M and Nelson, J D (1992a) The Potential for Park and Sail: A case-study of Plymouth. Proc. 24th UTSG Conference, Newcastle, January, (unpublished)
  69. .Heseltine, P M, Bentley, R and Nelson, J D (1992) Capturing the Car User: The Potential of Park and Ride. Proc. 20th PTRC Summer Annual Meeting, Seminar C, 173-185, Manchester, September.
  70. Nelson, J D (1993) An investigation into alternative levels of service for a Cross-Forth ferry service. Proc. 25th UTSG Conference, Southampton, January, (unpublished).
  71. Bell, M G H, Nelson, J D, Brookes, D and Allsop, R E (1993) ÖPNV-Beschleunigung durch lichtsignalsteuerung. Proc. HEUREKA ’93. Optimisation in Traffic and Transport, Karlsruhe, March, 323-334.
  72. McQuaid, R W, Nelson, J D, Leitham, S and Esslemont, J W (1993) European regional policy, transport infrastructure and regional development. Proc. 21st PTRC Summer Annual Meeting, Seminar E, 13-26, Manchester, September.
  73. Nelson, J D (1994a) ‘Introduction’ in: “Quality in Public Transport”, Proc. 25th Annual Public Transport Symposium, University of Newcastle upon Tyne, April.
  74. Smith, M W, Nelson, J D, Bell, M G H and Dickinson, K W (1994b) Developing the Concept of Buses as Probes: the Integration of Automatic Vehicle Locationing and Urban Traffic Control Systems. Proc. 7th IFAC Symposium on Transportation Systems: Theory and Application of Advanced Technology, Tianjin, China, August, 637-642.
  75. Heseltine, P M and Nelson, J D (1995) Evaluating the environmental impacts of transport systems using the TEMIS approach. Proc. 27th UTSG Conference, Cranfield, January, (unpublished).
  76. Nelson, J D (1995) Quality in Public Transport: Recent Experience in the United Kingdom. Invited Paper, 20 Years in Györ Conference, Györ, Hungary, October.
  77. Nelson, J D (1995) Assessing safety in public transport systems. Invited paper, Enhancing our transport environment: safety and accessibility Seminar, Public Transport Information Unit, December.
  78. Nelson, J D, Saleh, W and Prileszky, I (1996) Ownership and Control in the Bus Industry: The Case of Hungary. Proc. UTSG Conference, Huddersfield, January, (unpublished).
  79. Nelson, J D (1996) Bus Deregulation: Where do we go from here? Invited paper, Conference on Transport Prospects for Scotland, Napier University, February.
  80. Nelson, J D, Heseltine P M and Saleh, W S S (1996) Modelling pollution and traffic emissions using the TEMIS program. Paper prepared for Urban Energy Strategies Seminar, IMechE, February.
  81. Law, M, Nelson, J D and Bell, M G H (1997) Cell-based approaches to automatic vehicle locationing. Proc. UTSG Conference, Bournemouth, January, (unpublished).
  82. Evans, R, Wheatley, J, Nelson, J D and Parker, D (1997) Sustainable transport policies for urban environments: a new methodology. Proc. UTSG Conference, Bournemouth, January, (unpublished).
  83. Hibbert, R, Mulley, C, Nelson, J D, Schaefer, H and Soergel, J (1997) Impediments to interoperability in the organisation of trans-European transport systems. Proc. 25th European Transport Forum Annual Meeting, Seminar A, 103-116, Brunel University, September.
  84. Morgan, L E and Nelson, J D (1997) Introducing telematics technologies into the provision of Demand Responsive Transport Services (DRTS). Proc. 25th European Transport Forum Annual Meeting, Seminar G, 217-230, Brunel University, September.
  85. Pemberton, S, Vigar, G, Healey, P, Nelson, J and Wenban-Smith A (1998) Preliminary findings from the Tyne and Wear Case Study. Paper for Rees Jeffreys “Realism to Reality” Programme Meeting, Newcastle upon Tyne, March.
  86. Mageean, J, Mulley, C, Nelson, J D and Rackliff, T (1998b) Managing interoperability: an effective way of internalising external costs in urban public transport. Paper presented TERA 98, Milan, October.
  87. Anderson, J, Gerson, M, Mulley, C and Nelson, J (2000) The development of a Benchmarking Handbook for Public Transport Operators. Proc. 32nd UTSG Conference, Liverpool, January (unpublished).
  88. Law, M, Thorpe, N and Nelson, J (2000) Raising transport and travel awareness through feedback from an electronic self-completion travel diary. Proc. 32nd UTSG Conference, Liverpool, January, (unpublished).
  89. Mageean, J, Mulley, C and Nelson, J D (2000) The development of a benchmarking handbook for public transport operators. Proc. AET European Transport Conference, Seminar E, 91-104, Cambridge, September.
  90. Nelson, J D and Mulley, C (2000) Evaluation of Intelligent Transport Systems Applications in Public Transport. Invited paper prepared for Alternative Financing Solutions for Urban Public Transportation, Prague, September.
  91. Nelson, J D (2000) Towards intermodality: The role of advanced public transport systems. Paper presented at THINK-UP Workshop. Dresden, November.
  92. Holland, R J, Nelson, J D and Thorpe, N (2001a) The measurement of accessibility in the context of ‘Best Value: a case-study of Tyne and Wear. Proc. 33rd UTSG Conference, Oxford, January (unpublished).
  93. Mageean, J, Mulley, C and Nelson, J D (2001) The development of a self-assessment benchmarking handbook for public transport operators. Proc. 54th UITP International Congress, London, May.
  94. Mageean, J F, Nelson, J D, Thorpe, N and Sayers, T M (2001) Public consultation and Local Transport Plans: a case-study of Tyne and Wear. Proc. AET Conference, Cambridge, September.
  95. Nelson, J D (2001) Air in an Urban Environment. Proc. National Council of Woman Conference on High-Tech Living. Homing in on Technology for the 21st Century, Newcastle upon Tyne, October, 28-33.
  96. Mageean, J M, Mulley, C and Nelson, J D (2001) Benchmarking in the local public transport sector. Invited paper for Conference on Road and Rail Research, Szchenyi Istvan University, Gyor, Hungary, November.
  97. Nelson, J D and Thorpe, N (2002) Alternative Fuel Technologies and Guidance Systems for the Quayside Transit Scheme in Newcastle upon Tyne. Proc. AET Conference, Cambridge, September.
  98. Grosso, S, Higgins, J, Mageean, J and Nelson, J D (2002) Demand responsive Transport: towards best practice in rural applications. Proc. AET Conference, Cambridge, September.
  99. Mageean, J F, Nelson, J D and Wright, S D (2003) Demand Responsive Transport: towards the emergence of a new market segment. Paper presented at RGS-IBG Conference, London, September.
  100. Finn, B and Nelson, J (2003) A Functional Model for an Urban Passenger Transport Authority. Paper presented at 8th International Conference on Competition and Ownership in Land Transport, Rio de Janeiro, September.
  101. Mageean, J F, Nelson, J D and Wright, S D (2003) Demand Responsive Transport: Responding to the Urban Bus Challenge. Proc. AET Conference, Strasbourg, October.
  102. Klementschitz, R, Sammer, G, Roider, O, Mulley, C, Nelson, J D and Smith, M (2003) Long-term socio-economic and other network effects of large scale infrastructure investments in urban agglomerations. Proc. AET Conference, Strasbourg, October.
  103. Mageean, J F, Nelson, J D and Thorpe N (2004) Issues in the design and administration of long-distance travel surveys. Proc. 36th UTSG Conference, Newcastle, January, (unpublished).
  104. Cooper, J, Nelson, J D, McKay, S, Mollina A and McCleery, A (2005) Ground transportation, airports and external regulation conflict: a worldwide question. Paper for 84th Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, USA, January.
  105. Cooper, J and Nelson, J D (2005) Taking taxis seriously: issues and implications. Proc. STAR Conference, Glasgow, April.
  106. Nelson, J D (2005) The CONNECT Virtual Network. Proc. Workshop on Flexible Mobility Services, Cremona, Italy, 23rd – 24th May.
  107. Brake, J F and Nelson, J D (2005) A Case Study of Flexible Solutions to Transport Demand in a Deregulated Environment. Paper presented at RGS-IBG Conference, London, September.
  108. Mulley, C, Nelson, J D and Neilsen, G (2005) Network planning for high quality public transport. Paper presented at 9th Conference on Competition and Ownership in Land Transport, September.
  109. Brake, J F, Nelson, J D, Usher, J and Wright, S D (2005) Area-Wide Application of Flexible Transport Services in Urban Areas: the Case of Tyne and Wear. Proc. 20th Annual POLIS Conference, Paris, 9th-10th November.
  110. Cooper, J M, Nelson, J D and Wright, S D (2006) Community based flexible transport as a method for addressing community inclusion: developing and evaluating specialist DRT in Highland Scotland. Proc. European Transport Conference, Strasbourg, September.
  111. Nielsen, G, Mulley, C, Nelson, J D and Lange, T (2006) Network planning and design for urban public transport success – and some pitfalls. Proc. European Transport Conference, Strasbourg, September.
  112. Eloranta, P and Nelson, J D (2006) New integrated services to increase accessibility and independent living of elderly and impaired citizens – suggestions for further activities. Paper presented at ASK-IT International Conference, Nice, October.
  113. Mulley, C and Nelson, J D (2007) travel to work studies: how analysis of census data can give insights to the local economy. Proc. 39th UTSG Conference, Harrogate, January, (unpublished).
  114. Nelson, J D (2007) Sustainable Transport Technologies for Developing Environments: Towards Appropriate Investment Strategies. Paper for Workshop on Achieving the Millennium Development Goals for Africa: The Role of Transport, Cornell University, May.
  115. Aditjandra, P, Mulley, C, Nelson, J D (2007a) Urban Form and Travel Behaviour Relationships in Tyne and Wear, North East England, United Kingdom. Paper presented at Access to Destinations 2, Minnesota, August.
  116. Nelson, J D, Mulley, C and Brake, J F (2007) Learning lessons from implementation of flexible transport services and guidelines for further integration. Paper for International Colloquium on Taxis, Lisbon, September.
  117. Cooper, J M, Nelson, J D, Wright, S D and Cooper, U (2007) PARATAXI! The potential for focused taxi services to study new demands for travel. Paper for International Colloquium on Taxis, Lisbon, September.
  118. Mulley, C, Nelson, J D and Yahya, N (2007) Arresting the decline in local public transport patronage: what is that passengers want and can this be delivered by a Bus Quality partnerships? Paper presented at RGS-IBG Annual Conference 2007, session on Transport and Sustainability, September.
  119. Aditjandra, P, Mulley, C, Nelson, J D (2007b) Neighbourhood Design Perception and Travel Behaviour in Tyne and Wear, North East England, United Kingdom. Paper presented at the Vital City Conference, Glasgow, September.
  120. Aditjandra, P, Mulley, C, Nelson, J D (2007c) Differences of neighbourhood design perception and travel behaviour in Tyne and Wear, North East England, United Kingdom. Proc. RSA Winter Conference – Transport, Mobility and Regional Development, London, November.
  121. Mulley, C and Nelson, J D (2007) Travel to work studies: how analysis of census data can identify mobility patterns and contribute to the understanding of transport issues in the local labour market. Proc. RSA Winter Conference – Transport, Mobility and Regional Development, London, November.
  122. Mulley, C, Nelson, J and Anderson, J M (2008) No car lanes or bus lanes: which gives public transport the better priority? An evaluation of priority lanes in Tyne and Wear. Proc. 40th UTSG Annual Conference, January, (unpublished).
  123. Wright, S, Nelson, J D, Cooper, J M and Murphy, S (2008) An economic analysis of the Transport to Employment (T2E) scheme in Highland Scotland using Social Return on Investment (SROI). Paper for 87th Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, USA, January.
  124. Cooper, U, Nelson, J D, Wright, S D and Cooper, J M (2008) Achieving access to work, improved social inclusion and reducing rural access costs. The potential and effectiveness of rural Transport to Employment services. Paper for STAR 08, Glasgow, April.
  125. Nelson, J D and Phonphitakhai, T (2008) Modelling usage rate of DRT Service: A discrete choice model with latent variables. Proc. 4th International Symposium on Travel Demand Management, Wien, July.
  126. Nelson, J D and Phonphitakhai, T (2009) Modelling the usage rate of an open access DRT service: An empirical analysis. Paper for Transportation Research Board (TRB) Conference, Washington.
  127. Zografos, K, Androutsopoulos, K, Nelson, J D and Wright, S D (2009) Identifying User Requirements and Services for an Integrated Real-Time Passenger Information System for International Journey Planning. Paper presented at TRB ITS Committee Mid-Year Meeting, Irvine, April.
  128. Deng, T and Nelson, J D (2009a) Analysis of an efficient urban transport system: The Southern Axis Bus Rapid Transit Line 1, Beijing. Proc. ITS UK Summer Conference, York, June.
  129. Deng, T and Nelson, J D (2009b) An integrated and flexible urban transport system: Lessons learned from Beiing Southern Axis Bus Rapid Transit Line 1. Paper for the 7th Transport Practitioners Conference, University of Reading, July.
  130. Aditjandra, P, Wright, S and Nelson, J D (2009) Testing different land-use and transport scenarios towards meeting future British settlements: SOLUTIONS case study of Tyne and Wear. Paper presented at RGS/ IBG Summer Conference, August.
  131. Aditjandra, P T, Masson, B, Nelson, J D and Pangbourne, K (2009) ICT Opportunities and Obstacles towards quality of life for older people. Proc. OASIS 1st International Conference, Florence, November.
  132. Aditjandra, P T, Wright, S D and Nelson, J D (2010) The relationship between urban form and travel behaviour: A comparison between results from a macro and micro analysis in the Tyne and Wear metropolitan conurbation. Proc. 42nd UTSG Conference. Plymouth, January, (unpublished).
  133. Nelson, J D, Farrington, J, Wright, S and Edwards, P (2010) Transport and the Digital Economy in Rural Areas: A research Agenda. Paper for The Transport Practitioners Meeting (TPM), University of York, 21 and 22 July.
  134. Ambrosino, G, Nelson, J D, Ramazzotti, D, Bonino, T, Bastogi, B and Fontana, A (2010) Integration in transport systems of mobility services for low demand areas and mobility impaired people: The experience of Livorno in the European INTERREG IV C FLIPPER project. Proc. 12th International Conference on Mobility and Transport for Elderly and Disabled Persons (TRANSED, 2010), June 2-4, Hong Kong.
  135. Curl, A, Anable, J and Nelson, J D (2010) Using secondary data sources to compare objective and subjective measures of Accessibility. Paper for 50th ERSA Congress, Jønkøping, August.
  136. Deng, T and Nelson, J D (2010) Can Bus Rapid Transit stimulate land development? Evidence from Beijing Southern Axis BRT Line 1. Proc. European Transport Conference, Glasgow, October.
  137. Deng, T and Nelson, J D (2010) Factors affecting the satisfaction of Bus Rapid Transit passengers: a case study of Beijing, China. Paper presented at 5th International Travel Demand Management Symposium 2010, Aberdeen, October.
  138. Cooper, J, Duffell, J, Nelson, J and Wright, S (2011) A booking portal for shared transport in rural areas. Proc. 43rd UTSG Conference, Open University, January, (unpublished).
  139. Craig, R and Nelson, J D (2012) A participatory approach to assessing rural accessibility requirements. Proc. 44th UTSG Conference, Aberdeen, January. (unpublished).
  140. Morton, C, Anable, J, Schuitema, G and Nelson, J (2012) Diffusion Analysis of the Emerging Market for Low Emission Vehicles. Proc. 44th UTSG Conference, Aberdeen, January, (unpublished).
  141. Valega, N, Rotstein, N, Oren, N, Nelson, J D, Norman, T J and Wright, S D (2012) Development of an Integrated Flexible Transport Systems Platform for Rural Areas Using Argumentation Theory. Proc. 44th UTSG Conference, Aberdeen, January, (unpublished).
  142. Marqui, A C, Kollingbaum, M J, Chen, L, Norman, T J, Edwards, P and Nelson, J D (2012) Freight logistics services for rural economies: User needs and future challenges. Paper for e-Freight 2012, Delft, May.
  143. Craig, R H, Meadows, T and Nelson, J D (2012) Community participation and issues of rural accessibility in the UK. Proc. Transed 2012, New Delhi, September.
  144. Edwards, P, Nelson, J. D, Corsar, D, Velaga, N R, Beecroft, M, Sripada, S, Baillie, C, Papangelis, K, and Markovic, M (2012) A Rural Real-time Passenger Information Ecosystem. Proc. 10th International Conference on Mobile Systems (MobiSys-2012), 25-29 June 2012, Lake District, UK.
  145. Marqui, A C, Kollingbaum, M J, Chen, L, Edwards, P and Nelson, J D and Norman, T J (2013) Exploring alternative logistics networks for Rural SMEs: a Scottish case study. Proc. 45th Annual Conference, University of Oxford, 2-4 January.
  146. Papangelis, K, Velaga, N R, Sripada, S, Beecroft, M and Nelson, J D, (2013) “Supporting Rural Public Transport Users During Disruptions: The Role of Real Time Information”. Proc. 45th Annual UTSG Conference, University of Oxford, 2-4 January.
  147. Velaga, N R, Nelson, J D, Emele, C D, Norman, T J, Oren, N and Wright, S, (2013) Towards Flexible Integrated Transport Systems: Requirements Analysis for a Prototype Platform. Proc. 45th Annual UTSG Conference. University of Oxford, 2-4 January.
  148. Chukwuemeka D. Emele, C D, Farrington, J H, Nelson, J D, Norman, T J, Oren, N, Velaga, N R, Wright, S and Zeng, C (2013) Making hard constraints softer: a new approach to facilitating shared transport solutions. Paper prepared for RGS-IBG Annual International Conference, London, August 27th – 30th.
  149. Boninoa, T Amadori, M, Nelson, J, Ambrosino, G, Lodi, A (2014) EU Project EPTA – Model for European Public Transport Authority as a Key Factor to Transport Sustainability. The Case of Bologna. Proc. Transport Research Arena, 2014, Paris, 14-17 April.
  150. Papangelis, K; Nelson, J; Beecroft, M; Sripada, S & Cottrill, C (2014) Examining the effects of disruption on travel behaviour in rural areas. Proc. 46th Annual UTSG Conference, Newcastle, January.
  151. Karamperidis, S, Nelson, J D, Pignotti, E, Chen, Holden, J A, Zeng, C, Kollingbaum, M K, Norman, T J, Edwards, P and Marqui, A C (2014) Developing SMiLE (Smart Micro-Logistics for the Rural Economy): Evidence from Scotland. Proc. 46th Annual UTSG Conference, Newcastle, January.
  152. Van der Loo, S, Nelson, J D, Pignotti, E, Chen, Holden, J A, Zeng, C, Kollingbaum, M K, Norman, T J, Edwards, P, Karamperidis, S, Marqui, A C and Piecyk, M (2014) Logistical challenges of rural food SMEs in Scotland. Paper accepted for LRN2014, Huddersfield, 3rd – 5th September.
  153. Emele, C D, Mounce, R, Wright, S, Zeng, C, Norman, T and Nelson, J D (2014) Building Responsive Flexible Integrated Transport Services. Paper presented at TRB-sponsored International Conference on Paratransit. Shaping the New Future of Paratransit: An International Conference. Monterey, CA, October.
  154. Cottrill, C, Yeboah, G, Gault, P, Nelson, J D, Anable, J, Budd, T (2015) Tweeting transport: Examining the use of Twitter in transport events. Proc 47th Annual UTSG Conference, City University, 5th – 7th Jan.
  155. Gault, P Corsar, D, Edwards, P, Nelson, J D, Cottrill, C and Galan-Diaz, C (2015) Passenger Probe Kits: Understanding the experience of commuters and social media. Proc 47th Annual UTSG Conference, City University, 5th – 7th Jan.
  156. Lekshmy V V, Corsar D, Velaga, N, Nelson, J D, Edwards, P, Beran, S (2015) Using the Crowd to Enable Smart Mobility, Proc 47th Annual UTSG Conference, City University, 5th – 7th Jan.
  157. Cottrill, C, Anable, J, Gault, P, Nelson, J D and Yeboah, G (2015) Tweeting public transport: Examining the use of social media during large events. Paper presented at 14th IATBR, London, July 19th – 23rd.
  158. Ambrosino, G, Nelson, J D and Boero,M (2015) Enabling intermodal urban transport through complementary services: from Flexible Mobility Services to the Shared Use Mobility Agency. Paper accepted for Thredbo 14, Santiago, 30th Aug – 3rd Sept.

Accepted and in publication

  1. Papangelis, K, Sripada, S, Nelson, J and Beecroft, M (2015) Lessons Learned From The Development Of a Rural Real Time Passenger Information System. Paper for poster presentation. HCI International 2015, Los Angeles, 2-7 August 2015 (to be published by Springer as part of the CCIS series).
  2. Chen, L, Edwards, P, Nelson, J D and Norman, T J (2015). An Access Control Model for Protecting Provenance Graphs. In Proc. 13th Annual Conference on Privacy, Security and Trust – PST2015, Izmir Turkey. In press.