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RP2009: Planning a Research Agenda for Low Carbon Transport

Project leader name: 
Dr Rocco Zito
Project status: 
Project period: 
09/2013 to 03/2014

Low carbon transport (LCT) has featured in many CRC for Low Carbon Living discussions, particularly with respect to Program 2: Low Carbon Precincts and Program 3: Engaged Communities when considering behaviour change. It also features in a number of the CRLCL’s milestones. 

Planning for transport infrastructure and service provision is an important component of precinct design. This scoping study provides a research agenda for low carbon transport through the outcomes of a workshop involving interested researchers and industry partners. 

Publications related to this project

Peer Reviewed Research Publications

This article is an introduction of the special issue of International Journal of Sustainable Transportation

Peer Reviewed Research Publications

The purposes of this article are to depict ongoing trends regarding the transport system in Europe.

Peer Reviewed Research Publications

This article presents an investigation of the GHG emissions arising from electricity and gasoline consumption by plug-in hybrid EVs under a range of standard EV-power system integration scenarios. 

Peer Reviewed Research Publications

This article attempts to fill this gap by revealing a modeling process undertaken for a local area’s reurbanisation project to understand the potential and limitations of several modes of transport to support the increased activity density in the precincts.

Peer Reviewed Research Publications

This article develops a research agenda directed at determining and testing policy and planning measures relevant to the quest for low carbon mobility in New World cities

CRCLCL Project Reports

This report summarises the proceedings of a workshop held in Adelaide in October 2013, which aimed to develop a research agenda for the CRCLCL on low carbon mobility.

CRCLCL Project Posters

Research Snapshot A3 size poster from Participants Annual Forum 2014