• Analysis of Freight Transport Demand at Szczecin and Oslo Area 

      Kijewska, Kinga; Johansen, Bjørn Gjerde; Iwan, Stanislaw (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2016-06-27)
      The main problem arising in the process of management of the transport and distribution of goods in urban areas is the lack of data regarding deliveries, in particular with regard to the structure of demand as well as the ...
    • Comparing Deliveries to On-street Consignees and Consignees Located at Shopping Centers 

      Eidhammer, Olav; Johansen, Bjørn G.; Andersen, Jardar (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2016-06-27)
      The main contribution of this paper is three-fold. First, it maps the delivery structure for on-street consignees and consignees located at shopping centers. In general, micro-data regarding urban freight is sparse, thus ...
    • Different Pathways for Achieving Cleaner Urban Areas: A Roadmap towards the White Paper Goal for Urban Transport 

      Schippl, Jens; Gudmundsson, Henrik; Sørensen, Claus Hedegaard; Anderton, Karen; Brand, Ralf; Leiren, Merethe Dotterud; Reichenbach, Max (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2016-06-27)
      The 2011 White Paper on Transport of the European Commission spells out a series of targets for 2030 and 2050. One of the 10 targets is explicitly related to urban transport and stipulates: “Halve the use of ‘conventionally ...
    • Experiences with capacity reductions on urban main roads – rethinking allocation of urban road capacity? 

      Tennøy, Aud; Wangsness, Paal Brevik; Aarhaug, Jørgen; Gregersen, Fredrik Alexander (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2016-12-28)
      This paper presents results from a study concerning effects and consequences of a temporary (one year) capacity reduction on an urban main road tunnel in Oslo, Norway. The main findings are that reduction of the road ...
    • Exploring ways of measuring walkability 

      Knapskog, Marianne; Hagen, Oddrun Helen; Tennøy, Aud; Rynning, Maja Karoline (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019-11-28)
      This article describes and evaluates a three-step methodology for measuring walkability at neighbourhood-scale, aimed at also being usable for planning practitioners. The methodology was developed as part of a larger study ...
    • Household parking facilities: relationship to travel behaviour and car ownership 

      Christiansen, Petter; Fearnley, Nils; Hanssen, Jan Usterud; Skollerud, Kåre H. (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017-06-08)
      Few studies have investigated how parking requirements (norms) for households and home parking availability influence car ownership and car-use. The common practice of local authorities is to use minimum parking norms for ...
    • Infrastructure investments to promote sustainable regions 

      Aarhaug, Jørgen; Gundersen, Frants Henrik (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017-08-14)
      Transport infrastructure is often used as an instrument to reach political objectives. One such objective is to promote robust and sustainable regions. A sustainable region is often defined as a region with positive ...
    • Predicting market allocations, user benefits and wider economic impacts of large infrastructure investments for freight transportation 

      Johansen, Bjørn Gjerde; Hansen, Wiljar (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2016-11-23)
      Conventional cost-benefit analyses of infrastructure projects are often partial analyses in which only the transport market is assessed while adjacent markets are neglected. For large infrastructure investments, however, ...
    • Private public collaboration on logistics in Norwegian cities 

      Eidhammer, Olav; Andersen, Jardar; Johansen, Bjørn Gjerde (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2016-11-23)
      This paper presents conclusions from a survey among urban freight actors in the four biggest cities in Norway (Oslo, Bergen, Stavanger and Trondheim). The survey focus on logistic operations and transport decisions affecting ...
    • Taxi: Different Solutions in Different Segments 

      Aarhaug, Jørgen; Skollerud, Kåre H. (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2014-09-05)
      Taxis are solving a niche in public transport. They provide a door- to- door service, flexible and available to the general public. But in contrast to most public transport they are not subsidized. Even though the service ...
    • Transport Effects and Environmental Consequences of Central Workplace Location 

      Tennøy, Aud; Øksenholt, Kjersti Visnes; Aarhaug, Jørgen (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2014-12-25)
      This paper presents results from a study of traffic effects and environmental consequences of locating 12 500 new workplaces in the development area Bjørvika, close to Oslo central station, rather than locating them as the ...
    • Triggers of Urban Passenger Mode Shift – State of the Art and Model Evidence 

      Fearnley, Nils; Flugel, Stefan Markus; Killi, Marit; Gregersen, Fredrik Alexander; Wardman, Mark; Caspersen, Elise; Toner, Jeremy P (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017-08-14)
      Mode shift is at the core of sustainable transport in all world cities; yet we know comparatively little about it. While there is ample evidence of within-mode demand effects, we know in general very little about what mode ...
    • Work place location, transport and urban competitiveness: The Oslo case 

      Gundersen, Frants Henrik; Langeland, Ove; Aarhaug, Jørgen (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017-08-14)
      This paper examines where firms and industries locate in the Oslo region, how this relate to land-use and transport needs and, how the interplay between localisation and transport may have impact on urban competitiveness. ...