Corinne Mulley

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BA(Hons) Nott MSc Phd Lond, FCILT
Professor Emerita

H73 - 378 Abercrombie Street
The University of Sydney
NSW 2006 Australia


Bio

Professor Emerita Corinne Mulley was the inaugural Chair of Public Transport at the Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies at the University of Sydney. Corinne is a transport economist and was active in transport research at the interface of transport policy and economics.

During her career Corinne concentrated on specific issues relating to public transport. She led a high profile European and UK consortia undertaking benchmarking in urban public transport and has provided both practical and strategic advice to local and national governments on transport evaluation, including economic impact analysis, benchmarking, rural transport issues, and public transport management. Professor Mulley's research is motivated by a need to provide evidence for policy initiatives and she has been involved in such research at local, regional, national and European levels.

Whilst in Sydney, Corinne created links with the federal government, serving as an expert on the Public Transport Committee and National Infrastructure Audit for Infrastructure Australia and with the NSW state and local governments where she has offered advice as an expert on, for example, the Long Term Master Plan for NSW.

Despite retirement, Corinne will continue to be engaged in research at ITLS in particular with the Centre of Excellence work, funded by the Volvo Educational Trust, which is looking widely at Bus Rapid Transit issues, an ARC grant examining value capture as a funding mechanism for transport infrastructure, work with Transport for NSW evaluating regional transport flexible transport services and studies involving Mobility as a Service (MaaS) in different contexts.

Professor Mulley achieved her PhD in Economics at the LSE (London University) having graduated in 1976 from London University (LSE) with a Masters in Economics as the holder of the Rees Jeffrey's Scholarship and in 1975, from Nottingham University with a BA Honours in Economics.

Research Interests

Corinne’s was the inaugural Chair in Public Transport at the Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies (ITLS). She has now retired and is Professor Emerita at ITLS.

Corinne had many interactions with State government on the development of transport plans and other studies, the independent regulators and local government as well as media contributions on transport management and planning issues. Research to provide an evidence base for transport policy will continue into retirement building on her experience as a Principle Investigator and manager of collaborative projects involving many actors.

Professor Mulley has directed numerous research projects in the field of public transport.  Projects fall into the five main areas of evaluation of public transport investment; network planning and public transport management; flexible transport in urban and areas of low density; organisational frameworks / institutional structures; the connections between health and public transport and how evidence on how the built environment affects travel behaviour. and benchmarking quality and efficiency in public transport. Her research has been multi-disciplinary with the connections to health (Charles Perkins Centre of the University where she is involved with nodes researching physical activity and workplaces, wellbeing and dog ownership) and planning (connections with the School of Architecture including the Henry Halloran Trust, and academics in the Architecture School in relation to parking, electric vehicles, urban form and built environment work). Professor Mulley has also collaborated with Archaeology in looking at how cities grow and decline and the impact of this for megacities. Beyond the University Professor Mulley has worked with colleagues globally and she has just completed her three year term as the Chair of the World Society of Transport and Land Use Research.

In retirement, Corinne will remain active in projects looking at

  1. Centre of Excellence work, funded by the Volvo Educational Trust, which is looking widely at Bus Rapid Transit issues,
  2. An ARC grant examining value capture as a funding mechanism for transport infrastructure,   
  3. Work with Transport for NSW evaluating regional transport flexible transport services and
  4. Studies involving Mobility as a Service (MaaS) in different contexts, where mobility is considered as an activity not as something for which ownership is required

Selected publications

2019

Journal Article

Hensher D, Balbontin C, Ho C, and Mulley C (2019) Cross-cultural contrasts of preferences for bus rapid transit and light rail transit Journal of Transport Economics and Policy, 53 (1), 47-73.

Book Chapter

Hensher D, Balbontin C, Ho C, Mulley C, Macario R, and Stewart A (2019) Evaluating BRT and LRT on a level playing field in developed economies: A cross cultural comparison Bus Rapid Transit; Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, United Kingdom.

2018

Journal Articles

Clifton G, and Mulley C (2018) Barriers and facilitators of integration between buses with a higher level of service and rail: An Australian case study Research in Transportation Economics, In Press.

Ho C, Hensher D, Mulley C, and Wong Y (2018) Potential uptake and willingness-to-pay for Mobility as a Service (MaaS): A stated choice study Transportation Research Part A, 117, 302-318. [More Information]

Lucas K, Phillips I, Mulley C, and Ma L (2018) Is transport poverty socially or environmentally driven? Comparing the travel behaviours of two low-income populations living in central and peripheral locations in the same city Transportation Research Part A, 116, 622-634. [More Information]

Ma L, Kent J, and Mulley C (2018) Transport disadvantage, social exclusion, and subjective wellbeing: The role of the neighborhood environment - evidence from Sydney, Australia Journal of Transport and Land Use, 11 (1), 31-47. [More Information]

Merkert R, Mulley C, and Hakim M (2018) Trade-offs between transaction cost, operation cost and innovation in the context of procurement and asset specificity - The example of the bus industry Research in Transportation Economics, In Press. [More Information]

Mulley C (2018) Review of Transport Policy: Learning Lessons from History, Colin Divall, Julian Hine, Colin Pooley (Eds.), Routledge. Hardback (2016) Journal of Transport Geography, 72, 272-273. [More Information]

Mulley C, and Kronsell A (2018) Workshop 7 report: The "uberisation" of public transport and mobility as a service (MaaS): Implications for future mainstream public transport Research in Transportation Economics, In Press. [More Information]

Mulley C, and Ma L (2018) How the longer term success of a social marketing program is influenced by socio-demographics and the built environment Transportation, 45 (2), 291-309. [More Information]

Mulley C, Ho C, Ho T, Hensher D, and Rose J (2018) Will bus travellers walk further for a more frequent service? An international study using a stated preference approach Transport Policy, 69, 88-97. [More Information]

Mulley C, Nelson J, and Wright S (2018) Community Transport meets Mobility as a Service: on the road to a new a flexible future Research in Transportation Economics, In Press. [More Information]

Mulley C, Tsai C, and Ma L (2018) Does residential property price benefit from light rail in Sydney? Research in Transportation Economics, 67, 3-10. [More Information]

Veeneman W, and Mulley C (2018) Multi-level governance in public transport: Governmental layering and its influence on public transport service solutions Research in Transportation Economics, In Press. [More Information]

Yen B, Mulley C, and Burke M (2018) Gamification in transport interventions: Another way to improve travel behavioural change Cities, In Press. [More Information]

Yen B, Mulley C, and Tseng W (2018) Inter-modal competition in an urbanised area: Heavy rail and busways Research in Transportation Economics, In Press.

Yen B, Mulley C, Shearer H, and Burke M (2018) Announcement, construction or delivery: when does value uplift occur for residential properties? Evidence from the Gold Coast Light Rail system in Australia Land Use Policy, 73, 412-422. [More Information]

Yen B, Mulley C, Tseng W, and Chiou Y (2018) Assessing interchange effects in public transport: A case study of South East Queensland, Australia Case Studies on Transport Policy, 6 (3), 364-375. [More Information]

Conference Proceeding

Mulley C, Ho C, Ho T, Hensher D, and Rose J (2018) Will bus travellers walk further for a more frequent service? An international study using a stated preference approach 97th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board TRB; Transportation Research Board Publications (TRB), Washington, D.C., United States.

Book Chapters

Merkert R, and Mulley C (2018) Panel data in transportation research Panel Data Econometrics. Volume 2; Elsevier, San Diego, USA.

Mulley C, and Batarce M (2018) The pricing of public transport services The Routledge Handbook of Transport Economics; Routledge, Abingdon, 48-61.

2017

Journal Articles

Fraszczyk A, and Mulley C (2017) Public Perception of and Attitude to Driverless Train: A Case Study of Sydney, Australia Urban Rail Transit, 3 (2), 100-111. [More Information]

Ho C, Mulley C, Tsai C, Ison S, and Wiblin S (2017) Area-wide travel plans - targeting strategies for greater participation in green travel initiatives: a case study of Rouse Hill Town Centre, NSW Australia Transportation, 44 (2), 325-352. [More Information]

Kent J, and Mulley C (2017) Riding with dogs in cars: what can it teach us about transport practices and policy? Transportation Research Part A, 106, 278-287. [More Information]

Kent J, Ma L, and Mulley C (2017) The Objective and Perceived Built Environment: What Matters for Happiness? Cities & Health, 1 (1), 59-71. [More Information]

Ma L, Mulley C, and Liu W (2017) Social marketing and the built environment: What matters for travel behaviour change? Transportation, 44 (5), 1147-1167. [More Information]

Merkert R, Mulley C, and Hakim M (2017) Determinants of Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) system revenue and effectiveness - A global benchmarking exercise Transportation Research Part A, 106, 75-88. [More Information]

Mulley C (2017) Mobility as a Services (MaaS) - does it have critical mass? Transport Reviews, 37 (3), 247-251. [More Information]

Mulley C, and Tsai C (2017) The impact of bus rapid transit on housing price and accessibility changes in Sydney: A repeat sales approach International Journal of Sustainable Transportation, 11 (1), 3-10. [More Information]

Mulley C, Clifton G, Balbontin C, and Ma L (2017) Information for travelling: Awareness and usage of the various sources of information available to public transport users in NSW Transportation Research Part A, 101, 111-132. [More Information]

Mulley C, Hensher D, and Cosgrove D (2017) Is rail cleaner and greener than bus? Transportation Research Part D, 51, 14-28. [More Information]

Mulley C, Ma L, Clifton G, and Tanner M (2017) Are Network Planning Guidelines Based on Equal Access Equitable? Transportation Research Record, 2651, 1-11. [More Information]

Mulley C, Sampaio B, and Ma L (2017) South Eastern Busway Network in Brisbane, Australia: Value of the Network Effect Transportation Research Record, 2647, 41-49. [More Information]

Olaru D, Mulley C, Smith B, and Ma L (2017) Policy-led selection of the most appropriate empirical model to estimate hedonic prices in the residential market Journal of Transport Geography, 62, 213-228. [More Information]

Tsai C, Mulley C, Burke M, and Yen B (2017) Exploring property value effects of ferry terminals: Evidence from Brisbane, Australia Journal of Transport and Land Use, 10 (1), 119-137. [More Information]

Book

Mulley C, Gebel K, and Ding D (2017) Walking: Connecting Sustainable Transport with Health; Emerald Group Publishing Limited, Bingley. [More Information]

Conference Proceedings

Ho C, Hensher D, Mulley C, and Wong Y (2017) Prospects for switching out of conventional transport services to mobility as a service subscription plans: A stated choice study' 15th International Conference on Competition and Ownership in Land Passenger Transport- Thredbo 15, Stockholm, Sweden 13-17 August.

Wong Y, Hensher D, and Mulley C (2017) Emerging transport technologies and the modal efficiency framework: A case for mobility as a service (MaaS) 15th International Conference on Competition and Ownership in Land Passenger Transport- Thredbo 15, Stockholm, Sweden 13-17 August.

Yen B, Tseng W, Mulley C, Chiou Y, and Burke M (2017) Assessing Interchange Effects in Public Transport: A Case Study of South East Queensland, Australia World Conference on Transport Research - WCTR 2016; Elsevier, Shanghai. [More Information]

Book Chapters

Mulley C, and Ho C (2017) Understanding the Determinants of Walking as the Basis for Social Marketing Public Health Messaging Walking: Connecting Sustainable Transport with Health; Emerald Group Publishing Limited, Bingley, 41-59. [More Information]

Mulley C, Gebel K, and Ding D (2017) Introduction Walking: Connecting Sustainable Transport with Health; Emerald Group Publishing Limited, Bingley, 1-8. [More Information]

2016

Journal Articles

Aditjandra P, Cao X, and Mulley C (2016) Exploring changes in public transport use and walking following residential relocation: A British case study Journal of Transport and Land Use, 9 (3), 77-95. [More Information]

Clifton G, and Mulley C (2016) A historical overview of enhanced bus services in Australian cities: What has been tried, what has worked? Research in Transportation Economics, 59, 11-25. [More Information]

Emerson D, Mulley C, and Bliemer M (2016) A theoretical analysis of business models for urban public transport systems, with comparative reference to a Community Franchise involving Individual Line Ownership Research in Transportation Economics, 59, 368-378. [More Information]

Hensher D, Ho C, and Mulley C (2016) Disruption costs in bus contract transitions Research in Transportation Economics, 59, 75-85. [More Information]

Ho C, and Mulley C (2016) Developing good practice outcomes in passenger transport: Strategic policy and practical implementation: Editorial Research in Transportation Business & Management, 20, 1-2. [More Information]

Ho C, Mulley C, Shiftan Y, and Hensher D (2016) Vehicle value of travel time savings: Evidence from a group-based modelling approach Transportation Research Part A, 88, 134-150. [More Information]

Mulley C, and Nelson J (2016) Shaping the New Future of Paratransit: An Agenda for Research and Practice Transportation Research Record, 2542, 17-24. [More Information]

Mulley C, and Tsai C (2016) When and how much does new transport infrastructure add to property values? Evidence from the bus rapid transit system in Sydney, Australia Transport Policy, 51, 15-23. [More Information]

Mulley C, and Weisbrod G (2016) Workshop 8 Report: The wider economic, social and environmental impacts of public transport investment Research in Transportation Economics, 59, 397-400. [More Information]

Mulley C, Ma L, Clifton G, Yen B, and Burke M (2016) Residential property value impacts of proximity to transport infrastructure: An investigation of bus rapid transit and heavy rail networks in Brisbane, Australia Journal of Transport Geography, 54, 41-52. [More Information]

Mulley C, Rizzi L, Millett C, and Shiftan Y (2016) Public transport and health: Publicising the evidence Journal of Transport and Health, 3 (2), 131-132. [More Information]

Weisbrod G, Mulley C, and Hensher D (2016) Recognising the complementary contributions of cost benefit analysis and economic impact analysis to an understanding of the worth of public transport investment: A case study of bus rapid transit in Sydney, Australia Research in Transportation Economics, 59, 450-461. [More Information]

Book

Mulley C, and Nelson J (2016) Paratransit: Shaping the Flexible Transport Future; Emerald Group Publishing Limited, Bingley. [More Information]

Book Chapters

Batarce M, and Mulley C (2016) Fare structures Restructuring public transport through Bus Rapid Transit: An international and interdisciplinary perspective; Policy Press, Bristol, 145-160. [More Information]

Bliemer M, Mulley C, and Moutou C (2016) Introduction to transport and urban planning in the developed world Handbook on Transport and Urban Planning in the Developed World; Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, 1-12.

Hensher D, Mulley C, and Rose J (2016) Preferences for BRT and light rail Restructuring public transport through Bus Rapid Transit: An international and interdisciplinary perspective; Policy Press, Bristol, 209-229. [More Information]

Herrera J, Munoz J, Hensher D, Mulley C, Li Z, and Lindau L (2016) Assessing corridor performance Restructuring public transport through Bus Rapid Transit: An international and interdisciplinary perspective; Policy Press, Bristol, 299-315. [More Information]

Larrain H, Ibarra O, Munoz J, and Mulley C (2016) Designing a BRT-based network under integrated operations Restructuring public transport through Bus Rapid Transit: An international and interdisciplinary perspective; Policy Press, Bristol, 281-298. [More Information]

Mulley C, and Clifton G (2016) Decision Making in Flexible Transport: The Importance and Application of the 'Golden Rule' Paratransit: Shaping the Flexible Transport Future; Emerald Group Publishing Limited, Bingley, 153-166. [More Information]

Mulley C, and Nelson J (2016) Introduction Paratransit: Shaping the Flexible Transport Future; Emerald Group Publishing Limited, Bingley, 1-11. [More Information]

Working Paper

Mulley C, Clifton G, Balbontin C, and Ma L (2016) Information for travelling: Awareness and usage of the various sources of information available to public transport users in NSW.

2015

Journal Articles

Hensher D, and Mulley C (2015) Modal Image: Candidate drivers of preference differences for BRT and LRT Transportation, 42 (1), 7-23. [More Information]

Hensher D, Ho C, and Mulley C (2015) Identifying resident preferences for bus-based and rail-based investments as a complementary buy in perspective to inform project planning prioritisation Journal of Transport Geography, 46, 1-9. [More Information]

Hensher D, Ho C, and Mulley C (2015) Identifying preferences for public transport investments under a constrained budget Transportation Research Part A, 72, 27-46. [More Information]

Hensher D, Mulley C, and Rose J (2015) Understanding the Relationship between Voting Preferences for Public Transport and Perceptions and Preferences for Bus Rapid Transit versus Light Rail Journal of Transport Economics and Policy, 49 (2), 236-260.

Ho C, and Mulley C (2015) Intra-household interactions in transport research: a review Transport Reviews, 35 (1), 33-55. [More Information]

Ho C, and Mulley C (2015) Intra-household Interactions in tour-based mode choice: The role of social, temporal, spatial and resource constraints Transport Policy, 38, 52-63. [More Information]

Mulley C, and Moutou C (2015) Not too late to learn from the sydney Olympics experience: Opportunities offered by multimodality in current transport policy Cities, 45, 117-122. [More Information]

Mulley C, and Reedy L (2015) Research into Policy: A case study of improving the research evidence base for transport policy makers in NSW, Australia Case Studies on Transport Policy, 3 (2), 215-221. [More Information]

Tsai C, Mulley C, and Merkert R (2015) Measuring the Cost Efficiency of Urban Rail Systems: An International Comparison Using DEA and Tobit Models Journal of Transport Economics and Policy, 49 (1), 17-34.

2014

Journal Articles

Clifton G, Mulley C, and Hensher D (2014) Bus Rapid Transit versus Heavy Rail in suburban Sydney - Comparing successive iterations of a proposed heavy rail line project to the pre-existing BRT network Research in Transportation Economics, 48, 126-141. [More Information]

Fraszczyk A, and Mulley C (2014) GIS as a tool for selection of sample areas in a travel behaviour survey Journal of Transport Geography, 34, 233-242. [More Information]

Hensher D, and Mulley C (2014) Exploring the relationship between ex ante support for voting to prioritise government investment and a willingness to pay higher taxes for transport investment Road and Transport Research, 23 (2), 41-49.

Hensher D, and Mulley C (2014) Complementing distance based charges with discounted registration fees in the reform of road user charges: the impact for motorists and government revenue Transportation, 41 (4), 697-715. [More Information]

Hensher D, Ellison R, and Mulley C (2014) Assessing the employment agglomeration and social accessibility impacts of high speed rail in Eastern Australia Transportation, 41 (3), 463-493. [More Information]

Hensher D, Li Z, and Mulley C (2014) Drivers of bus rapid transit systems - Influences on patronage and service frequency Research in Transportation Economics, 48, 159-165. [More Information]

Ho C, and Mulley C (2014) Metrobuses in Sydney: How high capacity and high frequency services are benefiting the Metropolitan fringe Research in Transportation Economics, 48, 339-348. [More Information]

Ison S, Merkert R, and Mulley C (2014) Policy approaches to public transport at airports - some diverging evidence from the UK and Australia Transport Policy, 35, 265-274. [More Information]

Mulley C (2014) Accessibility and Residential Land Value Uplift: Identifying Spatial Variations in the Accessibility Impacts of a Bus Transitway Urban Studies, 51 (8), 1707-1724. [More Information]

Mulley C, and Walters J (2014) Workshop 7 Report: Innovative finance for innovative public transport Research in Transportation Economics, 48, 389-392. [More Information]

Mulley C, Hensher D, and Rose J (2014) Do preferences for BRT and LRT vary across geographical jurisdictions? A comparative assessment of six Australian capital cities Case Studies on Transport Policy, 2 (1), 1-9. [More Information]

Tsai C, Mulley C, and Clifton G (2014) A Review of Pseudo Panel Data Approach in Estimating Short-run and Long-run Public Transport Demand Elasticities Transport Reviews, 34 (1), 102-121. [More Information]

Tsai C, Mulley C, and Clifton G (2014) Forecasting public transport demand for the Sydney Greater Metropolitan Area: A comparison of univariate and multivariate methods Road and Transport Research, 23 (1), 51-68.

Books

Ison S, and Mulley C (2014) Parking Issues and Policies; Emerald Group Publishing Limited, Bingley, United Kingdom. [More Information]

Mulley C, and Higginson M (2014) Companion to Road Passenger Transport History: Public Road Passenger Transport in Great Britain, Ireland, the Channel Islands and Isle of Man; Roads & Road Transport History Association, United Kingdom.

Book Chapters

Hensher D, Mulley C, and Li Z (2014) High Quality Public Transport: Gaining Acceptance of Bus Rapid Transit Systems Handbook of Sustainable Travel; Springer, Dordrecht, 257-276. [More Information]

Ison S, and Mulley C (2014) Introduction Parking Issues and Policies; Emerald Group Publishing Limited, Bingley, United Kingdom, 1-9. [More Information]

Ison S, Mulley C, Mifsud A, and Ho C (2014) A Parking Space Levy: A Case Study of Sydney, Australia Parking Issues and Policies; Emerald Group Publishing Limited, Bingley, United Kingdom, 317-333. [More Information]

Mulley C, and Ison S (2014) Conclusions Parking Issues and Policies; Emerald Group Publishing Limited, Bingley, United Kingdom, 409-416.

2013

Journal Articles

Aditjandra P, Mulley C, and Nelson J (2013) The influence of neighbourhood design on travel behaviour: Empirical evidence from North East England Transport Policy, 26, 54-65. [More Information]

Bray D, and Mulley C (2013) Workshop 4: Designing contracts/concessions: What has worked and what has not and why? 12th International Conference Series on Competition and Ownership in Land Passenger Transport Research in Transportation Economics, 39 (1), 226-231. [More Information]

Daniels R, and Mulley C (2013) The Paradox of Public Transport Peak Spreading: Universities and Travel Demand Management International Journal of Sustainable Transportation, 7 (2), 143-165. [More Information]

Daniels R, and Mulley C (2013) Explaining walking distance to public transport: The dominance of public transport supply Journal of Transport and Land Use, 6 (2), 5-20. [More Information]

Gordon C, Mulley C, Stevens N, and Daniels R (2013) How optimal was the Sydney Metro contract?: Comparison with international best practice Research in Transportation Economics, 39 (1), 239-246. [More Information]

Gordon C, Mulley C, Stevens N, and Daniels R (2013) Public-private contracting and incentives for public transport: Can anything be learned from the Sydney Metro experience? Transport Policy, 27 (May), 73-84. [More Information]

Hensher D, Mulley C, and Smith N (2013) Towards a simplified performance-linked value for money model as a reference point for bus contract payments Research in Transportation Economics, 39 (1), 232-238. [More Information]

Ho C, and Mulley C (2013) Tour-based mode choice of joint household travel patterns on weekend and weekday Transportation, 40 (4), 789-811. [More Information]

Ho C, and Mulley C (2013) Multiple purposes at single destination: A key to a better understanding of the relationship between tour complexity and mode choice Transportation Research Part A, 49, 206-219. [More Information]

Ho C, and Mulley C (2013) Incorporating Intrahousehold Interactions into a Tour-Based Model of Public Transport Use in Car-Negotiating Households Transportation Research Record, 2343 (1), 1-9. [More Information]

Mulley C, and Ho C (2013) Evaluating the impact of bus network planning changes in Sydney, Australia Transport Policy, 30, 13-25. [More Information]

Mulley C, Tyson R, McCue P, Rissel C, and Munro C (2013) Valuing active travel: Including the health benefits of sustainable transport in transportation appraisal frameworks Research in Transportation Business & Management, 7, 27-34. [More Information]

Nelson J, and Mulley C (2013) The impact of the application of new technology on public transport service provision and the passenger experience: A focus on implementation in Australia Research in Transportation Economics, 39 (1), 300-308. [More Information]

Rissel C, Mulley C, and Ding D (2013) Travel Mode and Physical Activity at Sydney University International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 10 (8), 3563-3577. [More Information] [More Information]

Tsai C, Leong W, Mulley C, and Clifton G (2013) Examining Estimation Bias and Efficiency for Pseudopanel Data in Travel Demand Analysis Transportation Research Record, 2354, 1-8. [More Information]

Conference Proceedings

Blainey S, and Mulley C (2013) Using Geographically Weighted Regression to forecast rail demand in the Sydney Region 36th Australasian Transport Research Forum ATRF 2013; Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia.

Ho C, and Mulley C (2013) Group travel and public transport use: the effect of fare discounts 36th Australasian Transport Research Forum ATRF 2013; Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia.

Mulley C, and Ison S (2013) Hypothecation and the parking levy: lessons from Sydney and Nottingham 13th World Conference on Transport Research WCTR 2013; World Conference on Transport Research Society, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Rose J, Mulley C, Tsai C, and Hensher D (2013) Will bus travellers walk further for a more frequent service? A Stated preference investigation 36th Australasian Transport Research Forum ATRF 2013; Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia.

Tsai C, and Mulley C (2013) How does the efficiency performance of Sydney CityRail compare with international urban rail systems 36th Australasian Transport Research Forum ATRF 2013; Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia.

Tsai C, and Mulley C (2013) Benchmarking the Efficiency Performance of International Metro Systems 10th International Conference of Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies (EASTS 2013); Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies (EASTS), Tokyo, Japan.

Tsai C, Mulley C, and Clifton G (2013) Examining the Local Interaction between Public Transport Demand and Land Use Characteristics Using Geographically Weighted Regression Transportation Research Board (TRB) 92nd Annual Meeting; Transportation Research Board Publications (TRB), Washington, United States.

Working Paper

Hensher D, Li Z, and Mulley C (2013) The impact of high speed rail on land and property values: A review of market monitoring evidence from eight countries.

2012

Journal Articles

Aditjandra P, Cao X, and Mulley C (2012) Understanding neighbourhood design impact on travel behaviour: An application of structural equations model to a British metropolitan data Transportation Research Part A, 46 (1), 22-32. [More Information]

Daniels R, and Mulley C (2012) Flexible Transport Services: Overcoming Barriers to Implementation in Low-Density Urban Areas Urban Policy and Research, 30 (1), 59-76. [More Information]

Daniels R, and Mulley C (2012) The Paradox of Public Transport Peak Spreading: Universities and Travel Demand Management International Journal of Sustainable Transportation, 7 (2), 143-165. [More Information]

Daniels R, and Mulley C (2012) Planning public transport networks - the neglected influence of topography Journal of Public Transportation, 15 (4), 23-41. [More Information]

Du H, and Mulley C (2012) Understanding spatial variations in the impact accessibility on land value using geographically weighted regression Journal of Transport and Land Use, 5 (2), 46-59. [More Information]

Graham P, and Mulley C (2012) Public transport pre-pay tickets: Understanding passenger choice for different products Transport Policy, 19 (1), 69-75. [More Information]

Hensher D, Li Z, and Mulley C (2012) The impact of high speed rail on land and property values: A review of market monitoring evidence from eight countries Road and Transport Research, 21 (4), 3-14.

Hensher D, Truong T, Mulley C, and Ellison R (2012) Assessing the wider economy impacts of transport infrastructure investment with an illustrative application to the North-West Rail Link project in Sydney, Australia Journal of Transport Geography, 24, 292-305. [More Information]

Mulley C, and Daniels R (2012) Quantifying the role of a flexible transport service in reducing the accessibility gap in low density areas: A case-study in north-west Sydney Research in Transportation Business & Management, 3 (August 2012), 12-23. [More Information]

Mulley C, and Nelson J (2012) Recent Developments in Community Transport Provision: Comparative Experience from Britain and Australia Procedia: Social and Behavioral Sciences, 48 (2012), 1815-1825. [More Information]

Mulley C, Nelson J, Teal R, Wright S, and Daniels R (2012) Barriers to implementing Flexible Transport Services: An international comparison of the experiences in Australia, Europe and USA Research in Transportation Business & Management, 3 (August 2012), 3-11. [More Information]

Tsai C, Mulley C, and Clifton G (2012) The spatial interactions between public transport demand and land use characteristics in the Sydney Greater Metropolitan Area Road and Transport Research, 21 (4), 53-64.

Book

Mulley C (2012) Urban Form and Transport Accessibility (Classics in Transport and Environmental Valuation); Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, United Kingdom.

Conference Proceedings

Clifton G, Mulley C, and Hensher D (2012) The North West Rail Link: Winners and losers in the locality of the North West area 35th Australasian Transport Research Forum ATRF 2012; Department of Infrastructure and Transport, Perth, Australia.

Mulley C, and Ho C (2012) Evaluating the impact of bus network planning changes in Sydney, Australia 35th Australasian Transport Research Forum ATRF 2012; Department of Infrastructure and Transport, Perth, Australia.

Wiblin S, Mulley C, and Ison S (2012) Precinct wide travel plans - learnings from Rouse Hill Town Centre 35th Australasian Transport Research Forum ATRF 2012; Department of Infrastructure and Transport, Perth, Australia.

Book Chapters

Carrigan A, Hensher D, Hidalgo D, Mulley C, and Munoz J (2012) The Complexity of BRT Development and Implementation 10 years with the Future Urban Transport programme+; Volvo Research and Educational Foundations, Sweden.

Moutou C, and Mulley C (2012) Transport From Carr to Keneally: Labor in office in NSW 1995-2011; Allen and Unwin, Sydney Australia, 181-192.

Mulley C (2012) Introduction Urban Form and Transport Accessibility (Classics in Transport and Environmental Valuation); Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, United Kingdom, xiii-xx. [More Information]

Working Papers

Clifton G, Mulley C, and Hensher D (2012) The North West Rail Link: Winners and losers in the locality of the north west area.

Ho C, and Mulley C (2012) Multiple purposes at single destination: a key to a better understanding of the relationship between tour complexity and mode choice.

Tsai C, Leong W, Mulley C, and Clifton G (2012) Examining estimator bias and efficiency for pseudo panel data: A Monte Carlo simulation approach.

2011

Journal Articles

Finn B, and Mulley C (2011) Urban bus services in developing countries and countries in transition: A framework for regulatory and institutional developments Journal of Public Transportation, 14 (4), 89-108. [More Information]

Mulley C, and Daniels R (2011) Editorial Research in Transportation Business & Management, 2, 1-2.

Conference Proceedings

Daniels R, and Mulley C (2011) Exploring the role of public transport in agglomeration economies and centres 34th Australasian Transport Research Forum ATRF 2011; Planning and Transport Research Centre (PATREC), Adelaide, Australia.

Daniels R, and Mulley C (2011) Understanding variations in travel time to access key activities for accessibility planning 34th Australasian Transport Research Forum ATRF 2011; Planning and Transport Research Centre (PATREC), Adelaide, Australia.

Daniels R, Gordon C, and Mulley C (2011) Mass media and mass transit: a newspaper's campaign on public transport planning in Sydney 34th Australasian Transport Research Forum ATRF 2011; Planning and Transport Research Centre (PATREC), Adelaide, Australia.

Daniels R, Gordon C, Mulley C, and Stevens N (2011) Optimal contracting and incentives for public transport in Sydney: what has been learned from the Sydney Metro experience? 34th Australasian Transport Research Forum ATRF 2011; Planning and Transport Research Centre (PATREC), Adelaide, Australia.

Working Papers

Daniels R, and Mulley C (2011) A proposal for accessibility planning in NSW: Research and policy issues.

Hensher D, Mulley C, and Smith N (2011) Towards a simplified payment formula as a reference point for bus contract negotiation or assessment.

Mulley C (2011) No car lanes or bus lanes: which gives public transport the better priority? An evaluation of priority lanes in Tyne and Wear.

2010

Journal Articles

Barr S, Fraszczyk A, and Mulley C (2010) Excess travelling - what does it mean? New definition and a case study of excess commuters in Tyne and Wear, UK European Transport Research Review, 2 (2), 69-83. [More Information]

Hensher D, Mulley C, and Yahya N (2010) Passenger experience with quality-enhanced bus service: The tyne and wear 'superoute' services Transportation, 37 (2), 239-256. [More Information]

Heslop S, Harvey J, Thorpe N, and Mulley C (2010) Factors that comprise driver boredom and their relationships to preferred driving speed and demographic variables Transportation Planning and Technology, 33 (1), 75-89. [More Information]

Mulley C (2010) Promoting social inclusion in a deregulated environment: Extending accessibility using collective taxi-based services Research in Transportation Economics, 29 (1), 296-303. [More Information]

Stanley J, and Mulley C (2010) Workshop report: Social inclusion Research in Transportation Economics, 29 (1), 275-279. [More Information]

Conference Proceedings

Aditjandra P, Cao X, and Mulley C (2010) Understanding Neighbourhood Design Impact On Travel Behaviour: An Application of Structural Equations Model to the British Micro-Analysis Data 12th World Conference on Transport Research WCTR 2010; WCTR Society, Lisbon, Portugal.

Daniels R, and Mulley C (2010) A proposal for accessibility planning in NSW: research and policy issues 33rd Australasian Transport Research Forum ATRF 2010; Planning and Transport Research Centre (PATREC), Australia.

Daniels R, and Mulley C (2010) Overcoming barriers to implementing Flexible Transport Services in NSW 33rd Australasian Transport Research Forum ATRF 2010; Planning and Transport Research Centre (PATREC), Australia.

Daniels R, Mulley C, and Nelson J (2010) Contribution of Flexible Transport Services to the Social Inclusion Agenda: An International Comparison 12th World Conference on Transport Research WCTR 2010; WCTR Society, Lisbon, Portugal.

Fraszczyk A, and Mulley C (2010) Do they travel too much? A definition of excess travel and a case study of excess travellers in Tyne and Wear, UK 12th World Conference on Transport Research WCTR 2010; WCTR Society, Lisbon, Portugal.

Working Papers

Heslop S, Harvey J, Thorpe N, and Mulley C (2010) Factors that comprise driver boredom and their relationships to preferred driving speed and demographic variables.

Mulley C (2010) Passenger transport in the UK 1920-1950: The drive for 'co-ordination' of transport modes.

Newspaper Article

Mulley C (2010) No car lanes or bus lanes– which is best? Traffic Engineering and Control-December, Vol 51(11) 51.

2009

Journal Articles

Aditjandra P, Mulley C, and Nelson J (2009) Neighbourhood design impact on travel behaviour: A comparison of US and UK experience Projections: MIT Journal of Planning, 9 (n/a), 29-56.

Aditjandra P, Mulley C, and Nelson J (2009) Extent to Which Sustainable Travel to Work Can Be Explained by Neighbourhood Design Characteristics Transportation Research Record, 2134, 114-122. [More Information]

Clement F, Orange D, Williams M, Mulley C, and Epprecht M (2009) Drivers of afforestation in Northern Vietnam: Assessing local variations using geographically weighted regression Applied Geography, 29 (4), 561-576. [More Information]

Mulley C (2009) Can Quality and Deregulation Go Hand in Hand? Journeys (3), 14-22.

Mulley C, and Nelson J (2009) Flexible transport services: A new market opportunity for public transport Research in Transportation Economics, 25 (1), 39-45. [More Information]

Conference Proceedings

Aditjandra P, Mulley C, and Nelson J (2009) The Extent to Which Sustainable Travel to Work Can be Explained by Neighbourhood Design Characteristics 88th Annual Transportation Research Board Meeting TRB 2009; U.S. National Research Council, Transportation Research Board, United States.

Mulley C (2009) Passenger Transport in the UK 1920-50: The Drive for ''Co-ordination'' of Transport Modes The First Academic Association of Historians in Australian and New Zealand Business Schools AAHANZBS Conference 2009; Business and Labour History Group, Australia.

Mulley C, and Tanner M (2009) The Vehicle Kilometres Travelled (VKT) by Private Car: A Spatial Analysis Using Geographically Weighted Regression 32nd Australasian Transport Research Forum ATRF 2009; New Zealand Ministry of Transport, Auckland, New Zealand.

Working Paper

Heslop S, Harvey J, Thorpe N, and Mulley C (2009) Factors that comprise driver boredom and their relationships to preferred driving speed and demographic variables.

2008

Conference Proceedings

Anderson J, Mulley C, and Nelson J (2008) No car lanes or bus lanes: which gives public transport the better priority? An evaluation of priority lanes in Tyne and Wear 40th Universities' Transport Study Group (UTSG) Conference; Universities' Transport Study Group (UTSG), United Kingdom.

Harvey J, Heslop S, Thorpe N, and Mulley C (2008) The influence of personal variables on changes in driver behaviour 19th European Safety and Reliability (ESREL 2008) and 17th Society for Risk Analysis -(SRA-Europe) Joint Conference; Taylor and Francis, London, UK.

Heslop S, Harvey J, Thorpe N, and Mulley C (2008) Driver Behaviour: The Interactive Influence of Motivation and Emotion, Attitudes and Self-image 4th International Conference on Traffic and Transportation Psychology (ICTTP) 2008; Elsevier, USA.

Reports

Mulley C (2008) Thinkpiece: The shared role of taxis and private hire vehicles in rural areas.

Mulley C (2008) Think piece on the role played by alternative forms of transport in rural areas to 'meet the gap' between Taxis and Conventional buses; Commission for Integrated Transport, London, 3-14.

Mulley C (2008) Thinkpiece: The role played by alternative forms of transport in rural areas.

Mulley C (2008) A New Approach to Rural Public Transport; Commission for Integrated Transport, London, 11-58.

2007

Journal Articles

Brake J, Mulley C, Nelson J, and Wright S (2007) Key Lessons learned from recent experience with Flexible Transport Services Transport Policy, 14 (6), 458-466. [More Information]

Du H, and Mulley C (2007) The short-term land value impacts of urban rail transit: Quantitative evidence from Sunderland, UK Land Use Policy, 24 (1), 223-233. [More Information]

Widyastuti H, Mulley C, and Dissanayake D (2007) Binary choice model to value motorcyclist's slight injury cost in Surabaya Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 7 (on line), 2674-2685.

Book

Du H, and Mulley C (2007) Transport accessibility and land value: A case study of Tyne and Wear; Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), London, UK.

Conference Proceedings

Aditjandra P, and Mulley C (2007) Urban Form and Travel Behaviour Relationships in Tyne and Wear, north East England, UK Access to Destinations 2; University of Minnesota, Minnesota, USA.

Aditjandra P, Mulley C, and Nelson J (2007) Differences of neighbourhood design perception and travel behaviour in Tyne and Wear, North East England, UK. Regional Studies Association (RSA) Winter Conference 2007; Regional Science Association, United Kingdom.

Aditjandra P, Mulley C, and Nelson J (2007) Neighbourhood design perception and travel behaviour in Tyne and Wear, North East England UK European Urban Research Association (EURA) 10th Anniversary Conference - "The Vital City", 2007; European Urban Research Association, Scotland.

Brake J, Mulley C, Nelson J, and Wright S (2007) Learning lessons from implementation of flexible transport services and guidelines for further integration. International Colloquium on Taxis: "City on the Move"; the Institut pour la ville en mouvement, Paris, France.

Mulley C (2007) Evaluation of the Impact of No-Car Lanes in Tyneside 3rd BESTUFS II Conference; BEST Urban Freight Solutions (BESTUFS), Netherlands.

Mulley C, and Andersom J (2007) No-car lanes in Tyneside – results from modelling and stakeholder ana 7th BESTUFS II Workshop "Accommodating the needs of passenger and freight transport"; BEST Urban Freight Solutions (BESTUFS), The Netherlands.

Mulley C, and Nelson J (2007) Travel to work studies: How analysis of Census data can give insights to the local economy 39th Annual Universities' Transport Study Group (UTSG) Conference, 2007; Universities' Transport Study Group (UTSG), United Kingdom.

Mulley C, and Nelson J (2007) Travel to workstudies: how analysis of census data can identify mobility patterns and contribute to the understanding of transport issues in the local labour market Regional Studies Association (RSA) Winter Conference 2007; Regional Science Association, United Kingdom.

Widyastuti H, Mulley C, and Dissanayake D (2007) Binary Choices model to value motorcyclist's slight injury cost in Surabaya' 7th International Conference of Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 2007; Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies (EASTS), Japan.

Report

Anderson J, Mulley C, and Nelson J (2007) Assessment of Priority Lanes in Tyne and Wear.

2006

Journal Articles

Du H, and Mulley C (2006) Relationship Between Transport Accessibility and Land Value Local Model Approach with Geographically Weighted Regression Transportation Research Record, 1977, 197-205.

Du H, and Mulley C (2006) Relationship Between Transport Accessibility and Land Value: Local Model Approach with Geographically Weighted Regression Transportation Research Record, 1977 (1), 197-205. [More Information]

Geerlings H, Klementschitz R, and Mulley C (2006) Development of a methodology for benchmarking public transportation organisations: a practical tool based on an industry sound methodology Journal of Cleaner Production, 14 (2), 113-123. [More Information]

Hong Y, Mulley C, and Bourlakis M (2006) Good things come in small buses Logistics and Transport Focus, 8 (5), 42-46.

Book

Brake J, Mulley C, and Nelson J (2006) Good Practice Guide for Demand Responsive Transport Services using Telematics; University of Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom.

Conference Proceedings

Boero M, Brake J, Scholliers J, Mulley C, Nelson J, and Smith M (2006) CONNECT: Partnership and co-operation to create an expert network and a knowledge portal for flexible transport services' 13th World Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems and Services; Ertico-ITS Europe, Belgium.

Bourlakis M, Cullinane K, Mulley C, and Nelson J (2006) Logistics Research Network 2006 Conference Proceedings Logistics Research Network 2006 Conference Proceedings; BPR Publishers, United Kingdom.

Nakbanpot W, Donnelly T, Paterson C, and Mulley C (2006) Effective and Sustainable Methods to Manage Water and Wastewater for Household in Bangkok Metropolitan 3rd APHW Conference 'Wise Water Resources Management Towards Sustainable Growth and Poverty Reduction'; Asia Pacific Association of Hydrology and Water Resources, Japan.

Nakbanpot W, Paterson C, Mulley C, and Donnelly T (2006) Effective and sustainable methods to manage household water and wastewater in Bangkok, Thailand: The Result of a Survey of Households 4th Annual Chartered Insitution of Water and Environmental Management (CIWEM) Conference 2006; Aqua Enviro Technology Transfer, United Kingdom.

Nielsen G, Lange T, Mulley C, and Nelson J (2006) Network planning and design for public transport success - and some pitfalls European Transport Conference: Association of European Transport (ETC) 2006; Association for European Transport (AET), London (on Line).

Book Chapter

Mulley C, Nelson J, and Neilson G (2006) Network Planning for High Quality Public Transport Competition and ownership in land passenger transport; Elsevier, Oxford.

2005

Journal Articles

Walsh M, and Mulley C (2005) Twentieth Century Public Policy in Motorised Bus Transport: The United States and the United Kingdom Compared Transporte, Servicios y Telecomunicaciones, 8, 30-53.

Walsh M, and Mulley C (2005) Twentieth Century Public Policy in Motorised Bus Transport: The United States and the United Kingdom Compared. Transporte, Servicios y Telecomunicaciones, 8, 30-53.

Widyastuti H, and Mulley C (2005) The casualty cost of slight motor cycle injury in Surabaya, Indonesia Transport and Communications Bulletin for Asia and the Pacific, 74, 57-73.

Book

Nielsen G, Nelson J, Mulley C, Tegner G, Lind G, and Lange T (2005) Public Transport - Planning the networks: Hitrans Best Practice Guide 2; HiTrans, On line.

Conference Proceedings

Du H, and Mulley C (2005) The Impact of Transport Infrastructure on Land Value using Tyne and Wear Metro as a Case Study 3rd International SIIV Congress - "People, land, environment and transport infrastructures".; Polytechnic University of Bari, Bari, Italy.

Mulley C (2005) Why interoperability is important to resolve the issues of intermodality. Lessons from History? Lessons in Transport Studies, COST340 Final Conference; Association pour l'histoire des chemins de fer en France (AHICF), Paris, France.

Mulley C, and Newman T (2005) The inter-war development of excursion and tours services in the UK by motorised vehicles. Third International Conference on the History of Transport, Traffic and Mobility (T2M); International Association for the History of Transport, Traffic, and Mobility (T2M), on line.

Mulley C, Nelson J, and Neilsen G (2005) Network Planning for High Quality Public Transport 9th International Conference series on Competition and Ownership in Land Passenger Transport (THREDBO 9); Elsevier Science, Oxford, U.K..

Reports

Mulley C, Nelson J, and Higginson M (2005) Middlehaven: A review of Ultra Light Rail Proposal.

Nelson J, and Mulley C (2005) Travel to Work Issues and Employment in South Tyneside.

2004

Journal Articles

Mulley C (2004) Book Review- Maritime Enterprise and Empire, Sir William Mackinnon and his Business Network, 1823-1893. Business History, 46 (3), 476-477.

Mulley C (2004) Book Review- Companion to British Road Haulage History Business History, 46 (2), 287-288.

Mulley C (2004) Improving efficiency as a means to improving transport quality Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers - Municipal Engineer, 157 (1), 17-24. [More Information]

Conference Proceedings

Edwards S, and Mulley C (2004) How can Soft Benefits Increase the Viability of Multi-Application Smart Card Schemes? 11th World Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS); ITS Japan, Nagoya, Japan.

Mulley C (2004) Benchmarking internal efficiency: How useful is the process for local transport operators? 2nd International Conference on Business, Economics, Management and Marketing (ICBMM 2004); Athens Institute for Education and Research (ATINER), Athens, Greece.

Mulley C, and Walsh M (2004) Twentieth century public policy in motorised bus transport: the USA and the UK compared Second International Conference on the History of Transport Traffic and Mobility (T2M); Manchester University Press, United Kingdom.

Mulley C, Nelson J, and Smith M (2004) Business dimensions in developing the market for Flexible Transport Services (FTS) 19th Annual International POLIS Conference, 2004; POLIS 2004, The Netherlands.

2003

Journal Articles

Mulley C (2003) Book Review- The Coventry Motor Industry Journal of Transport History, 24 (1), 103-109.

Mulley C (2003) The benchmarking of the internal efficiency of local public transport. European Transport - Trasporti Europei, 9 (23), 13-19.

Mulley C, and Nelson J (2003) The attractiveness and efficiency of public transport - is it affected by the nature of ownership? I A T S S Research, 27 (2), 16-26.

Conference Proceedings

Klementschitz R, Sammer G, Roider O, Mulley C, Nelson J, and Smith M (2003) Long term socio-economic and other external network effects of large scale infrastructure investments in urban agglomerations European Transport Conference 2003; Association of European Transport, on line.

Mulley C (2003) The benchmarking of the internal efficiency of public transport operators Mass Transport: Choice and not a need; Athens Urban Transport Organization, Greece.

Selected grants

Recent Units Taught

  • ITLS6103 Sustainable Transport Policy

  • ITLS6106 Infrastructure Appraisal

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