Michael Carreno
Michael Carreno
Transport Research Institute
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Passenger perceptions and the ideal urban bus journey experience
S Stradling, M Carreno, T Rye, A Noble
Transport policy 14 (4), 283-292, 2007
Performance, importance and user disgruntlement: A six-step method for measuring satisfaction with travel modes
SG Stradling, J Anable, M Carreno
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 41 (1), 98-106, 2007
Car parking management at airports: A special case?
K Aldridge, M Carreno, S Ison, T Rye, I Straker
Transport Policy 13 (6), 511-521, 2006
Scottish household survey analytical topic report: Accessibility and transport
SG Stradling, M Carreno, N Ferguson, T Rye, D Halden, P Davidson, ...
Scottish Executive, Edinburgh, 2005
Concessionary fares and bus operator reimbursement in Scotland and Wales: No better or no worse off?
T Rye, M Carreno
Transport Policy 15 (4), 242-250, 2008
Eight reasons people don’t like buses
SG Stradling, A Noble, M Carreno, G Jeffrey, I Marshall
3rd International Conference of Traffic and Transport Psychology, Nothingham …, 2004
How best to evaluate mobility management projects: Can psychological theory help
M Carreno, S Bamberg, J Welsch, T Rye, P Hyllenius
Proceedings of the 12th World Conference on Transport Research, Lisbon, Portugal, 2010
Persuading Scottish drivers to buy low emission cars? The potential role of green taxation measures
S Borthwick, M Carreno
Transport Research Institute, Edinburgh Napier University. Paper presented …, 2012
MaxSem: Max Self Regulation Model: Applying theory to the design and evaluation of Mobility Management projects
M Carreno, J Welsch
European Commission 6th Framework Programme, 2009
Quality of service for pedestrians: closing the gaps in knowledge
M Carreno, A Willis, S Stradling
Traffic And Transportation Studies (2002), 326-333, 2002
Could green taxation measures help incentivise future Chinese car drivers to purchase low emission vehicles?
B Carreno, Ge
Transport 29 (3), 2014
COMPASS—final results and conclusions, Deliverable 2.1 of COMPASS, Co-funded by FP7
C Bielefeldt, M Bak, P Borkowski, M Carreno, B Matthews, K Stewart, ...
TRI, Edinburgh Napier University, Edinburgh, 2013
Importance of virtual trips for transport infrastructure planning
K Jauneikaitė, M Carreno
The Baltic journal of road and bridge engineering 4 (2), 61-68, 2009
MaxSumo—Guidance on How to Plan, Monitor and Evaluate Mobility Projects
P Hyllenius, PS Rosqvistq, S Haustein, J Welsch, M Carreno, T Rye
Integrated Project 6, 2009
Useful activity whilst travelling adds value
HR Kirby, AW Smith, M Carreno
11th World Conference on Transport ResearchWorld Conference on Transport …, 2007
Which aspects of walking areas are most important for elderly and mobility-impaired pedestrians?
M Carreno, SG Stradling
11th International Conference on Mobility and Transport for Elderly and …, 2007
Urban design principles for vulnerable pedestrian groups
M Carreno, S Stradling, T Rye, A Willis
Traffic and Transportation Studies: Proceedings of the ICTTS 4, 98-106, 2004
Enhancing the Effectiveness of Travel Awareness Campaigns via the Inclusion of Theoretical-Based Content
M Carreno, K Gaučė, J Welsch
Vilniaus Gedimino technikos universitetas, 2011
Applying psychological principles to enhance the evaluation of Mobility Management interventions
M Carreno, S Bamberg, J Welsch, T Rye, P Hyllenius
Proceedings of 12th WCTR, Lisbon, 2010
Quality of service experienced by pedestrians in Edinburgh
M Carreno, A Willis, S Stradling
Transport Research Institute, Napier University, 2002
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