Professor Greg Marsden
Professor of Transport Governance
Key Research Interests
My principal research interests are:
- The impact of governance structures and institutions on decision-making
- End user energy demand reduction through innovative transport policies
- Assessment of the sustainability of transport from local to international scales
- The role of information (indicators, appraisal systems and targets) on the dynamics of public policy decision-making
- Evaluation of policy interventions
- 2005 to date Senior Lecturer, Institute for Transport Studies, University of Leeds
- 2003 to 2005 Lecturer, Institute for Transport Studies, University of Leeds
- 2001-2003 Seconded as Committee Specialist, House of Commons Transport Select Committee
- 2002-2003 Lecturer, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Southampton
- 1997-2002 Research Fellow, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Southampton
- MEng Civil Engineering, University of Nottingham, 1994 (1st Class Hons)
- PhD, University of Nottingham, 1998 (Urban pollution estimation)
- PGCLTHE, University of Leeds, 2007
- 2003 to 2008 Advisor to House of Commons Transport Select Committee
- 2004 to 2007 UK Ambassador for Association for European Transport
- 2004 to date Member of the Independent Transport Commission
- 2005 to 2010 Member of EPSRC College
- 2008 to 2011 Research Sub-Committee Co-Chair, TRB Performance Measurement Committee
- 2011 to date Editor - Journal of Transport Policy
- 2012 to date Member of ESRC College
Research Projects and Experience
- DEMAND - The Dynamics of Energy, Mobility and Demand Sponsor - RCUK
This 5 year research centre began in May 2013 and is a multi-disciplinary and multi-institution collaboration as part of the RCUK end user energy demand reduction programme. We lack a sophisticated understanding of how these trends take hold and of the underlying dynamics of demand itself. The DEMAND Centre takes this problem as its central challenge, contributing directly to the objectives of the call by focusing on what energy is for.
The research approach suggests that energy demand is about more than the public acceptance of new technology, and more than the supply-oriented steering of transition pathways, as described by sociotechnical models of innovation. If we are to understand the fundamental dynamics of demand and engage with related issues of justice, need and entitlement we have to develop a more thoroughly integrated account of the relation between technological provision and social practice, and of the spatial and temporal ordering of end uses. For example, knowing how end use practices vary, when and where they occur, and how and why they change over time is crucial if carbon reduction policies involving real time management or the decentralisation of supply are to have any chance of success. In taking this approach we move into new territory, redefining the problem of energy demand and the range of possible solutions. The DEMAND Centre’s programme therefore represents a step change in how problems of end use and energy demand are conceptualised and tackled. The DEMAND Centre is led out of the University of Lancaster by Prof. Elizabeth Shove (www.demand.ac.uk)
- DISRUPTION -new approaches to low carbon energy demand reduction policies
Sponsor - EPSRC
This 3 year project commenced in September 2011 and is a multi-disciplinary and multi-institution collaboration as part of the RCUK energy programme. Dr Marsden is the PI for the project. The research will study at close hand how disruption affects the real choices people make, and what this teaches us about the opportunities to change travel practices at individual level and within families; in organisations that generate travel demand and impact on our own individual travel decision-making; and within government where policy that determines our travel opportunities is made. The project then brings together the different social actors, both 'lay' and 'expert' in a number of forums where they have the opportunity to 'deliberate' the different issues that will emerge throughout the research, and challenge each other about what needs to be done to capture the opportunities for change. www.disruptionproject.net
- The Forge - social science research capacity building network for transport, travel and mobilities
Sponsor - ESRC
The Forge is a network of social science researchers interested in novel ways of conceptualising and analysing transport and travel. Its key objectives are to integrate transport researchers - often isolated in areas of applied research - in wider communities of social science/social theory; promote substantive and critical discussion around topics relating to transport, travel and mobility from a range of social scientific perspectives; and to develop a self-sustaining network of researchers in transport, travel and mobilities research that will provide a step-change in the research capacity of the community. www.its.leeds.ac.uk/theforge/
- Multi-level Governance, Transport Policy and Carbon Emissions Management: Accountability and Efficacy in Policy-Making and Outcomes
Sponsor - ESRC
The primary objective of the project was to deliver theoretically-informed policy-relevant research by investigating the topic of carbon management within transport policy through the analytical lens of multi-level governance. It achieves this by: mapping the changing structures and processes of multi-level governance in the transport and interacting sectors over time (1980s to present); identifying the distribution of legal, informational, political, constitutional and organisational resources in the relevant policy networks, and the distinct formal and informal governing arrangements that have been developed in different parts of the UK. These theoretical understandings will be tested through a series of deliberative events with the general public and experts, to inform theories and models of multi-level governance. Lessons have been drawn across time and space to inform the policy process, the design of formal institutions and the distribution of powers, incentives and sanctions. The project is in partnership with the University of Sheffield, Lund University and the University of Glasgow. www.its.leeds.ac.uk/transport-carbon
- Competitive Cities - Sponsor: EPSRC
This project seeks to understand the interaction between city to city competition and fiscal demand management policies by developing new research tools capable of analysing key system design and user response issues in a range of governance environments. My part of the research programme is looking at Public Choice Theory and Tax Competition and developing an understanding of key actor strategies through interviews and scenario work. Research is in collaboration with colleagues in the Modelling group. June 2010 to September -2013
- Understanding Public Attitudes to Climate Change and the Links to Travel Choice - Sponsor: Department for Transport
The project aims to understand what the public knows about climate change and the contribution that transport makes. The study involved a series of deliberative events with five groups around England. Participants are completing a series of travel diaries and attitudinal questionnaires as well as choosing what information they most need to become better informed. The project traced the impact of the information on the behaviour of the participants and was managed by People, Science and Policy. (£175,000) Complete August 2008.
- Good Practice in the Exploitation of Innovations in Sustainable Urban Transport - Sponsor: Volvo Research Foundation
The project investigated why innovative policies to promote sustainable transport take so long to transfer between cities and for research to transfer from academia to practice. The research, joint with UC Berkeley, has explored the literature surrounding policy transfer and its application to transport. Interviews with 11 cities in North Europe and North America have been conducted to shed light on the process, constraints and opportunities for policy transfer. Completed May 2009
- Improved indicators for sustainable transport planning- Sponsor: EPSRC
Research as part of a wider multi-disciplinary project to examine the robustness of current data sources for use in target setting and project evaluation., (£125,000). Completed March 2008
- Optimal incentive structures for integrated transport strategies- Sponsor: EPSRC
A game-theoretic exploration of the responses of local transport planners to targets and financial settlements linked to performance against those targets (£119,977). First Grant Scheme Completed October 2007.
- Module leader for Transport Planning and Policy Masters course
- Module leader for Sustainable Transport and Land-Use Planning Masters course
I have a Post Graduate Certificate of Learning and Teaching in Higher Education.
PhD Research Topics
I am happy to consider supervising research projects in a range of areas related to transport policy formulation and implementation from a quantitative and qualitative perspective. In particular I would welcome applications on:
- The transfer of policies at a city, regional or international scale
- The political discourse of transport policy versus the implementation of policy
- The impacts of governance on policy implementation
- Creating effective low carbon strategies
- Parkes SD; Jopson A; Marsden G (2016) Understanding travel behaviour change during mega-events: Lessons from the London 2012 Games, Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 92, pp.104-119. doi: 10.1016/j.tra.2016.07.006
- Mullen C; Marsden G (2016) Mobility justice in low carbon energy transitions, Energy Research & Social Science, 18, pp.109-117. doi: 10.1016/j.erss.2016.03.026
- Marsden G; Groer S (2016) Do institutional structures matter? A comparative analysis of urban carbon management policies in the UK and Germany, Journal of Transport Geography, 51, pp.170-179. doi: 10.1016/j.jtrangeo.2016.01.002
- Mullen C; Marsden G (2015) Transport, economic competitiveness and competition: A city perspective, Journal of Transport Geography, 49, pp.1-8. doi: 10.1016/j.jtrangeo.2015.09.009
- Bache I; Reardon L; Bartle I; Flinders M; Marsden G (2015) Symbolic Meta-Policy: (Not) Tackling Climate Change in the Transport Sector, Political Studies, 63, pp.830-851. doi: 10.1111/1467-9248.12123
- Bache I; Bartle I; Flinders M; Marsden G (2014) Blame games and climate change: accountability, multi-level governance and carbon management, The British Journal of Politics and International Relations, pp.1-20. doi: 10.1111/1467-856X.12040
- Marsden G; Mullen C; Bache I; Bartle I; Flinders M (2014) Carbon reduction and travel behaviour: Discourses, disputes and contradictions in governance, Transport Policy, 35, pp.71-78. doi: 10.1016/j.tranpol.2014.05.012
- Marsden G; Ferreira A; Bache I; Flinders M; Bartle I (2014) Muddling through with climate change targets: a multi-level governance perspective on the transport sector, Climate Policy, 14, pp.617-636. doi: 10.1080/14693062.2014.905823
- Ferreira A; Marsden G; Te Brömmelstroet M (2013) What Curriculum for Mobility and Transport Studies? A Critical Exploration, Transport Reviews, 33, pp.501-525. doi: 10.1080/01441647.2013.827266
- Parkes SD; Marsden G; Shaheen SA; Cohen AP (2013) Understanding the diffusion of public bikesharing systems: Evidence from Europe and North America, Journal of Transport Geography, 31, pp.94-103. doi: 10.1016/j.jtrangeo.2013.06.003
- Marsden G; Docherty I (2013) Insights on disruptions as opportunities for transport policy change, Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 51, pp.46-55. doi: 10.1016/j.tra.2013.03.004
- Marsden G; Frick KT; May AD; Deakin E (2012) Bounded rationality in policy learning amongst cities: Lessons from the transport sector, Environment and Planning A, 44, pp.905-920. doi: 10.1068/a44210
- Ramani TL; Zietsman J; Gudmundsson H; Hall RP; Marsden G (2011) Framework for sustainability assessment by transportation agencies, Transportation Research Record, pp.9-18. doi: 10.3141/2242-02
- Ison S; Marsden G; May AD (2011) Transferability of urban transport policy, Transport Policy, 18, pp.489-491. doi: 10.1016/j.tranpol.2010.10.003
- Marsden G; Stead D (2011) Policy transfer and learning in the field of transport: A review of concepts and evidence, Transport Policy, 18, pp.492-500. doi: 10.1016/j.tranpol.2010.10.007
- Marsden G; Frick KT; May AD; Deakin E (2011) How do cities approach policy innovation and policy learning? A study of 30 policies in Northern Europe and North America, Transport Policy, 18, pp.501-512. doi: 10.1016/j.tranpol.2010.10.006
- Marsden G (2011) Influences on the Rollout of Good Policies Evaluation of Governance Tools, TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH RECORD, pp.44-50. doi: 10.3141/2211-06
- Marsden G; Rye T (2010) The governance of transport and climate change, Journal of Transport Geography, 18, pp.669-678. doi: 10.1016/j.jtrangeo.2009.09.014
- Marsden G; Kimble M; Nellthorp J; Kelly C (2010) Sustainability Assessment: The Definition Deficit, International Journal of Sustainable Transportation, 4, pp.189-211. doi: 10.1080/15568310902825699
- Marsden G; Cattan M; Jopson A; Woodward J (2010) Do transport planning tools reflect the needs of the older traveller?, Quality in Ageing, 11, pp.16-24. doi: 10.5042/qiaoa.2010.0152
- Marsden G; Frick KT; May AD; Deakin E (2010) Transfer of innovative policies between cities to promote sustainability: Case study evidence, Transportation Research Record, pp.89-96. doi: 10.3141/2163-10
- Marsden G (2010) Diverging mobilities? Devolution, transport and policy innovation, JOURNAL OF TRANSPORT GEOGRAPHY, 18, pp.191-192. doi: 10.1016/j.jtrangeo.2009.04.003
- Marsden G (2009) Impacts of performance management on transport planning organizations: Evidence from England, Transportation Research Record, pp.105-112. doi: 10.3141/2119-13
- Marsden G; King S (2009) Using deliberative methods to understand travel choices in context of climate change, Transportation Research Record, pp.114-122. doi: 10.3141/2135-14
- Marsden G; Snell C (2009) The role of indicators, targets and monitoring in decision-support for transport, European Journal of Transport and Infrastructure Research, 9, pp.219-236.
- Marsden G; Kelly CE; Nellthorp J (2009) The likely impacts of target setting and performance rewards in local transport, Transport Policy, 16, pp.55-67. doi: 10.1016/j.tranpol.2009.03.003
- Cattan M; Marsden G; Jopson A; Woodward J (2009) Will anyone listen to me? - the older traveller and transport planning, Access by Design, -, pp.31-36.
- Marsden G; Lucas K; Brookes M; Kimble M (2008) An assessment and critique of capabilities for examining the long-term social sustainability of transport and land-use strategies, Transportation Research Record, pp.30-37. doi: 10.3141/2013-05
- Marsden G; Cattan M; Jopson A; Woodward J (2008) Understanding the older traveller: stop, look and listen!, Working with Older People, 12, pp.12-15. doi: 10.1108/13663666200800024
- Lucas K; Marsden G; Brooks M; Kimble M (2007) Assessment of capabilities for examining long-term social sustainability of transport and land use strategies, Transportation Research Record, pp.30-37. doi: 10.3141/2013-05
- Marsden G; Kelly C; Snell C (2006) Selecting indicators for strategic performance management, Transportation Research Record, pp.21-29.
- Marsden G (2006) The evidence base for parking policies-a review, Transport Policy, 13, pp.447-457. doi: 10.1016/j.tranpol.2006.05.009
- Marsden GR; May AD (2006) Do institutional arrangements make a difference to transport policy and implementation? Lessons for Britain, Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, 24, pp.771-789. doi: 10.1068/c0543
- Marsden G; Bonsall P (2006) Performance targets in transport policy, Transport Policy, 13, pp.191-203. doi: 10.1016/j.tranpol.2005.09.001
- Marsden G (2005) The multi-modal study transport investment plans, Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers: Transport, 158, pp.75-87. doi: 10.1680/tran.184.108.40.206779
- Marsden GR (2005) U.K. Moves Toward Transportation Funding Based on Performance, The Urban Transportation Monitor, 19, pp.pp.3.
- Marsden GR; Mcdonald M; Brackstone M (2003) A comparative assessment of driving behaviours at three sites, European Journal of Transport and Infrastructure Research, 3, pp.5-20.
- Lyons G; Chatterjee K; Beecroft M; Marsden GR (2002) Guiding principles for future developments in transport, Institution of Civil Engineers: Transport, pp.53-60.
- Lyons G; Chatterjee K; Marsden G; Beecroft M (2001) Determinants of travel demand - exploring the future of society and lifestyles in the UK, Transport Policy, 9, pp.17-27. doi: 10.1016/S0967-070X(01)00034-8
- Mcdonald M; Marsden GR; Brackstone M (2001) Deployment of inter-urban ATT test scenarios (DIATS) Implications for the European road network, Transport Reviews, 21, pp.303-335. doi: 10.1080/01441640118995
- Marsden G; Bell MC; Reynolds SA (2001) Towards a real-time microscopic emissions model, Transportation Research. Part D: Transport & Environment, 6, pp.37-60. doi: 10.1016/S1361-9209(00)00012-2
- Marsden GR; Bell MC (2001) Road traffic pollution monitoring and modelling tools and the UK national air quality strategy, Local Environment, 6, pp.181-197. doi: 10.1080/13549830120052818
- Marsden G; Chatterjee K; Lyons G; Brackstone M (2000) Infrastructure and transportation in the twenty-first century-ever-increasing circles?, Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers: Transport, 141, pp.195-206. doi: 10.1680/tran.2000.141.4.195
- Marsden GR; Mcdonald M; Brackstone M (2000) Towards an understanding of adaptive cruise control, Transportation Research. Part C: Emerging Technologies, 9, pp.33-51. doi: 10.1016/S0968-090X(00)00022-X
- Lyons G; Chatterjee K; Marsden G (1999) Transport visions: a young professional's perspective, Traffic Engineering & Control, 40, pp.578-581.
- Marsden GR (1996) Vehicle location systems in urban traffic control, Journal of Navigation, pp.203-209. doi: 10.1017/S0373463300013308
- Gudmundsson H; Hall RP; Marsden G; Zietsman J (2015) Sustainable Transportation Indicators, Frameworks, and Performance Management, Springer.
- Bache POPI; Bartle I; Marsden G; Flinders M (2015) Multilevel Governance and Climate Change Insights from Transport Policy, Rowman & Littlefield International.
- Marsden GR (2006) Wasted Miles, Wasted Money: A less congested, more energy efficient future, CICC Publications.
- Marsden GR; Lyons G; Beecroft M; Chatterjee K (2002) Vehicles and infrastructure, Landor, pp.91, February, ISBN 1 899650 28 8.
- Chatterjee K; Beecroft M; Lyons G; Marsden GR (2001) Land use planning, Landor, pp.79, October.
- Lyons G; Marsden GR; Beecroft M; Chatterjee K (2001) Transportation requirements, Landor, pp.86, May, ISBN 1 899650 261.
- Lyons G; Chatterjee K; Marsden GR; Beecroft M (2000) Society and lifestyles, Landor, pp.80, October, .
- Marsden G (2014) Parking policy, 5, pp.11-32. doi: 10.1108/S2044-994120140000005016
- Marsden G; Bache I; Kelly CE (2012) A policy perspective on transport and climate change issues, In: Chapman L; Ryley T (Ed) Transport and Climate Change, Volume 2, 2, Emerald, pp.197-224. doi: 10.1108/S2044-9941(2012)0000002011
- Marsden G; Hess S (2012) The scope for and potential impacts of the adoption of electric vehicles in uk surface transport, The Future of Electricity Demand: Customers, Citizens and Loads, pp.212-228. doi: 10.1017/CBO9780511996191.013
- Marsden GR; Bendixson T (2006) Why national road user charging is not enough, In: Marsden G (Ed) Wasted Miles, Wasted Money: A less congested, more energy efficient future, CICC Publications.
- Marsden GR (2006) Introduction, In: Marsden G (Ed) Wasted Miles, Wasted Money: A less congested, more energy efficient future, CICC Publications.
- Marsden GR; Beecroft M (2002) A summary of the response to the fuel crisis in the UK, In: Lyons G; Chatterjee K (Ed) Transport lessons from the fuel tax protests of 2000, Ashgate, Aldershot, pp.259-298.
- Marsden GR (2002) Fuel taxes and the environment - economy trade off, In: Lyons G; Chatterjee K (Ed) Transport lessons from the fuel tax protests of 2000, Ashgate, Aldershot, pp.63-84.
- Marsden G; Mattioli G; Whiteing A; Jones I; Cepeda M; Atkinson P; Palmer K; Edwards H; Wadud Z; Burkinshaw J (In press) Section 1: New trends in transport demand and related impact on transport systems and patterns, pp.11-52. doi: 10.2861/64175
- Marsden GR; Guehnemann A; Alessandrini A; Stam D; Ruberti G (2006) CityMobil - Towards advanced transport for the urban environment, .
- Mackie PJ; Marsden GR (2005) Road pricing: The Next Steps, .
- Mackie PJ; Marsden GR (2004) Should All Roads be Toll Roads? Evidence to House of Commons Select Committee on Transport, .
- Guzman A; Philips I; Lucas K; Marsden G (2016) Power relations in the development of bus rapid transit in Quito, Ecuador, Transportation Research Procedia .
- Mattioli G; Lucas K; Marsden G (2016) The affordability of household transport costs: quantifying the incidence of car-related economic stress in Great Britain, Universities' Transport Study Group .
- Marsden G; Shires J; Ferreira A; Philips I; Cass N (2014) Resilience and adaptation: an activity systems approach, Universities' Transport Study Group, Archives .
- Marsden G; Pinkney S (2013) Measuring and benchmarking user satisfaction with transportation, TRB Annual Meeting Online .
- Marsden G; Bache I; Bartle I; Docherty I; Ferreira A; Flinders M; Mullen C; Rye T (2013) The realities of carbon management - why governance matters in the transport sector, Universities' Transport Study Group, Archives .
- Parkes S; Marsden G (2012) City bike hire schemes - emerging trends in Europe, TRB Annual Meeting Online .
- Marsden G; Docherty I (2012) Is disruption a useful metaphor for policy change?, World Conference on Transport Research Society, Selected Proceedings .
- Marsden G; Mullen C (2012) The framing of transport policy, World Conference on Transport Research Society, Selected Proceedings .
- Ramani T; Zietsman J; Gudmundsson H; Hall RP; Marsden G (2011) A generally applicable sustainability assessment framework for transportation agencies, TRB Annual Meeting Online .
- Marsden G (2011) Influencing the roll out of good policies: an evaluation of governance tools, TRB Annual Meeting Online .
- Ballantyne EEF; Marsden G; Whiteing A (2011) Urban freight in the UK: analysing the contrast between local authority and freight operator perspectives, .
- Marsden G; Ballantyne EEF; Whiteing AE (2011) An analysis of local authority views and treatment of urban freight in the UK, Universities' Transport Study Group, Archives .
- Marsden G (2011) Innovation and diffusion theory: application to local transport planning policies, Universities' Transport Study Group, Archives .
- May AD; Marsden G; Shepherd SP (2010) Transferring research on sustainable urban transport policy into practice, World Conference on Transport Research Society, Selected Proceedings .
- Gonzalez Gonzalez E; Marsden G; Smith AE (2010) How important are environmental factors in the case for high speed rail? A comparison of the United Kingdom and Spain, World Conference on Transport Research Society, Selected Proceedings .
- Marsden G; Frick KT; May AD; Deakin E (2010) The importance and difficulty of policy learning across cities, World Conference on Transport Research Society, Selected Proceedings .
- Marsden G; Frick KT; May; A D; Deakin E (2010) The transfer of innovative policies between cities to promote sustainability: case study evidence, TRB Annual Meeting Online .
- Marsden G; Lyons G; Anable J; Ison SG; Cherrett TJ; Lucas K (2010) Opportunities and options for transport policy, Universities' Transport Study Group, Archives .
- Hess S; Marsden G; Shires J; Jopson A; Muir H (2010) Analysing rail travellers' desire for reducing carbon emissions from personal travel, Transportation Research Board 89th Annual Meeting .
- Marsden G; Kimble M; Jopson A; Harwatt H; King S (2009) What does the public want to know about climate change and what difference does it make?, .
- Marsden G; May AD; Frick KT; Deakin E (2009) How do cities approach policy innovation and policy learning? Lessons from Europe, .
- Marsden G; Kelly C; Nellthorp J (2009) The likely impacts of target setting and performance rewards in local transport, Transport Policy 16, pp.59-67. doi: 10.1016/j.tranpol.2009.03.003
- Marsden G (2009) Impacts of performance management on transport planning organizations: evidence from England., TRB Annual Meeting Online .
- Marsden G; Jopson A; Harwatt H; Kimble M (2009) Better Informed, Better Behaved? Public Attitudes to Climate Change and Transport: Empirical Findings from England, .
- Marsden G; King S (2009) Using deliberative methods to understand travel choices in the context of climate change, TRB Annual Meeting Online .
- Marsden G; Rye T (2008) The governance of transport and climate change, .
- Marsden G (2008) Finding a way through the indicator jungle., .
- Marsden G; Jopson A; Cattan M; Woodward J (2007) Transport and older people: integrating transport planning tools with user needs, World Conference on Transport Research Society, Selected Proceedings .
- Marsden G; Kimble MG; Nellthorp J (2007) The impacts of a sustainability appraisal on transport strategy selection, Universities' Transport Study Group, Archives .
- Nellthorp J; Marsden G (2007) The funding game: performance incentives for local transport plans, Universities’ Transport Study Group, Archives .
- Jopson A; Marsden G; Envall P (2007) Using transport planning to tackle social exclusion, World Conference on Transport Research Society, Selected Proceedings .
- Marsden GR; Kamal P; Muir H (2006) Kiss and Fly - a study of the impacts at a UK regional airport, .
- Marsden GR; Bonsall PW (2004) Understanding the role of performance targets in transport policy, European Transport Conference, Strasbourg, October 2004 .
- Marsden G (2004) What role do targets have in transport planning?, Universities' Transport Study Group, Archives .
- Mullen CA; Marsden G (2016) Unconsidered futures: Limits of economic assumptions in forecasts for electric vehicles, http://www.demand.ac.uk/demand-conference-2016-papers/ .
- Laird JJ; Marsden G; Shires JD (2014) Evaluating transport and land use policies under disruption, Universities' Transport Study Group, Archives .
- Marsden G; Bache I; Bartle I; Docherty I; Flinders M; Mullen CA; Rye T (2013) The realities of carbon management - why governance matters in the transport sector, WCTR .
- Marsden GR; Ferreira A; Shires J; Mullen C (2012) Fuel Supply Disruptions, the Government, the Media, and the Individuals' Behaviour: An Exploratory Study, Moving Boundaries in Mobilities Research .
- Marsden G; Ballantyne EEF; Whiteing AE (2011) Investigating the impacts of urban transport policies on essential freight operations, 16th Annual Logistics Research Network Conference .
- Marsden GR; Frick KT; May AD; Deakin E (2009) How do cities approach policy innovation and policy learning? Implications for policy, practice and academia, World Conference on Transport Research Society Special Interest Group 10 (Urban Transport Policy) Workshop .
- May AD; Grant-Muller SM; Marsden G; Thanos S (2008) Improving the collection and monitoring of urban travel data: an international review, TRB 87th Annual Meeting Compendium of Papers DVD .
- Marsden G; Nellthorp J; Kelly CE (2007) Target setting and performance incentives: - a practical and theoretical assessment of English local transport strategies, World Conference on Transport Research Society, Selected Proceedings .
- Marsden G; Kelly CE; Kimble MG; Nellthorp J; Lucas K (2007) Progress in assessing the sustainability of transport strategies, World Conference on Transport Research Society, Selected Proceedings .
- Kelly CE; Nellthorp J; Marsden G (2006) How do local authorities set their LTP targets?, Transport General Practitioners Annual Meeting .
- Marsden G; Kelly CE; Snell C (2006) Selecting indicators for strategic performance management, TRB Annual Meeting Online .
- Marsden G; Kelly CE (2005) Do we count what really counts?, 3rd Transport Practitioners Meeting .
- Marsden GR; Brackstone M; Sultan B; Mcdonald M (2003) A comparison of differing driving populations using the ICC FOT scheme, 82nd TRB Annual Meeting, Washington, USA, Jan 2003. .
- Wootton J; Marsden GR (2001) A review of Local Transport Plans in England, European Transport Conference, Cambridge, England .
- Lyons G; Chatterjee K; Marsden GR; Beecroft M (2001) Determinants of Travel Demand - Exploring the Future of Society and Lifestyles, 33rd Universities Transport Studies Group Conference, Oxford, 3 January 2001. .
- Marsden GR; Brackstone M; Mcdonald M (2001) Assessment of the stop and go function using real driving behaviour, ADAS 2001 Conference pp.76-80.
- Marsden GR; Brackstone M; Mcdonald M (1999) Inter-urban scenario assessment of adaptive cruise control, Advanced driver assistance systems: vehicle control for the future, London .
- Mcdonald M; Brackstone M; Wu J; Marsden GR; Sultan B (1999) An integrated behavioural and simulation test environment for use in freeway ITS development, 9th Annual Meeting and Exposition of Intelligent Transportation Society of America: New Thinking in Transportation, Washington DC .
- Marsden GR; Chatterjee K; Lyons G; Brackstone M (1999) Ever increasing circles?, 21st World Roads Congress, Kuala Lumpur, 3-9 October 1999. .
- Marsden GR; Mcdonald M; Brackstone M (1999) The impacts of adaptive cruise control on motorway operations, 1999 Vehicle electronic systems - European conference and exhibition, 9-10 June 1999, Coventry. 1, pp.721-7211.
- Marsden GR; Mcdonald M; Brackstone M (1999) Adaptive Cruise Control - What can the Network Operator Expect, European Transport Conference, Cambridge, 27-29 September 1999 pp.67-77.
- Aron M; Brackstone M; Marsden GR; Espié S (1999) Analysis of Car-Following Sequences into Different Phases, Driving Research in Instrumented Vehicles Workshop, Finland, Otaniemi, 21-23 July 1999. .
- Mcdonald M; Marsden GR (1998) Deployment of inter-urban ATT test scenarios - a technical progress review, 5th World Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems, CD Seoul .
- Mcdonald M; Marsden GR; Demir C; Gayda S; Vatn J; Espié S (1998) Deployment of inter-urban ATT test scenarios (DIATS) - a European progress report, SAE Future transportation technology conference and exposition, 981937 Costa Mesa, USA .
- Marsden GR (2002) The multi-modal studies: how they all add up, .
- Wootton J; Marsden GR (2001) The local transport plan submissions. Report for the RAC foundation, .
- Marsden GR (1998) Towards a real-time road traffic pollution estimator, .