Tim Ryley
Tim Ryley
Professor of Aviation, Head of Griffith Aviation, Griffith University
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House prices and accessibility: The testing of relationships within the Belfast urban area
A Adair, S McGreal, A Smyth, J Cooper, T Ryley
Housing studies 15 (5), 699-716, 2000
Use of non-motorised modes and life stage in Edinburgh
T Ryley
Journal of transport geography 14 (5), 367-375, 2006
Identifying the early adopters of alternative fuel vehicles: A case study of Birmingham, United Kingdom
AR Campbell, T Ryley, R Thring
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 46 (8), 1318-1327, 2012
Barriers to cycling: an exploration of quantitative analyses
J Parkin, T Ryley, T Jones
Cycling and society, 83-98, 2016
A survey of demand responsive transport in Great Britain
L Davison, M Enoch, T Ryley, M Quddus, C Wang
Transport Policy 31, 47-54, 2014
Air travel attitudes and behaviours: The development of environment-based segments
L Davison, C Littleford, T Ryley
Journal of Air Transport Management 36, 13-22, 2014
Passenger perceptions of the green image associated with airlines
R Mayer, T Ryley, D Gillingwater
Journal of Transport Geography 22, 179-186, 2012
Context, control and the spillover of energy use behaviours between office and home settings
C Littleford, TJ Ryley, SK Firth
Journal of Environmental Psychology 40, 157-166, 2014
Investigating the contribution of Demand Responsive Transport to a sustainable local public transport system
TJ Ryley, PA Stanley, MP Enoch, AM Zanni, MA Quddus
Research in Transportation Economics 48, 364-372, 2014
Identifying potential market niches for Demand Responsive Transport
L Davison, M Enoch, T Ryley, M Quddus, C Wang
Research in Transportation Business & Management 3, 50-61, 2012
Beyond ‘predict and provide’: UK transport, the growth paradigm and climate change
M Goulden, T Ryley, R Dingwall
Transport Policy 32, 139-147, 2014
Tourism destination preferences of low-cost airline users in the East Midlands
L Davison, T Ryley
Journal of Transport Geography 18 (3), 458-465, 2010
Intangible resources of competitive advantage: Analysis of 49 Asian airlines across three business models
J Pearson, D Pitfield, T Ryley
Journal of Air Transport Management 47, 179-189, 2015
Exploring the propensity to travel by demand responsive transport in the rural area of Lincolnshire in England
C Wang, M Quddus, M Enoch, T Ryley, L Davison
Case Studies on Transport Policy 3 (2), 129-136, 2015
Energy trade-offs and market responses in transport and residential land-use patterns: Promoting sustainable development policy
J Cooper, T Ryley, A Smyth
Urban Studies 38 (9), 1573-1588, 2001
Newspaper response to the Edinburgh congestion charging proposals
T Ryley, N Gjersoe
Transport Policy 13 (1), 66-73, 2006
Multilevel modelling of Demand Responsive Transport (DRT) trips in Greater Manchester based on area-wide socio-economic data
C Wang, M Quddus, M Enoch, T Ryley, L Davison
Transportation 41 (3), 589-610, 2014
Airport surface access in the UK: A management perspective
T Budd, S Ison, T Ryley
Research in Transportation Business & Management 1 (1), 109-117, 2011
Airport ground access and private car use: a segmentation analysis
T Budd, T Ryley, S Ison
Journal of transport Geography 36, 106-115, 2014
Contemporary lifestyles and the implications for sustainable development policy: lessons from the UK's most car dependent city, Belfast
J Cooper, T Ryley, A Smyth
Cities 18 (2), 103-113, 2001
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