1. Articles in peer reviewed journals
Anciaes, P., Metcalfe, P. (2023) Constraints to travel outside the local area: effect on social participation and health. Journal of Transport and Health 28: 101535.
Anciaes, P. (2023) Effects of the roadside visual environment on driver wellbeing and behaviour – a systematic review. Transport Reviews. 43, 571-598.
Anciaes, P., Nascimento J M. (2022) Road traffic reduces pedestrian accessibility – quantifying the size and distribution of barrier effects in an African city. Journal of Transport and Health. 27:101522.
Anciaes, P., Jones, P., Mindell, J S., Scholes, S. (2022) The cost of the wider impacts of road traffic on local communities: 1.6% of Great Britain’s GDP. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 163:266-287.
Higgsmith, M., Stockton, J., Anciaes, P., Scholes, S., Mindell, J S. (2022) Community severance and health: a novel approach to measuring community severance and examining its impact on the health of adults in Great Britain. Journal of Transport and Health 25:101368.
Anciaes, P., Jones, P. (2022) Pedestrian priority in street design – how can it improve sustainable mobility? Transportation Research Procedia 60, 220-227.
Melo, P. C., Rego, C., Anciaes, P., Guiomar, N., Muñoz-Rojas, J. (2022) Does road accessibility to cities support rural population growth? Journal of Regional Science 62, 443-470.
Anciaes, P. (2022) Revealed preference valuation of beach and river water quality in Wales. Journal of Environmental Economics and Policy 11, 75-94.
Anciaes, P., Jones, P. (2020) A comprehensive approach for the appraisal of the barrier effect of roads on pedestrians. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 134, 227-250.
Anciaes, P., Di Guardo, G., Jones, P. (2020) Factors explaining driver yielding behaviour towards pedestrians at courtesy crossings. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour 73, 453-469.
Anciaes, P., Jones, P. (2020) Transport policy for liveability – Valuing the impacts on movement, place, and society. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 132, 157-173.
Teoh, R., Anciaes, P., Jones, P. (2020) Urban mobility transitions through GDP growth: Policy choices facing cities in developing countries. Journal of Transport Geography 88: 102832.
Anciaes, P., Metcalfe, P. J., Sen, A. (2020) A combined SP-RP model to estimate the value of improvements in freshwater angling in England. Journal of Environmental Economics and Policy 9, 167-187.
Anciaes, P., Metcalfe, P., Heywood, C., Sheldon, R. (2019) The impact of fare complexity on rail demand. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 120, 224-238.
Anciaes, P., Stockton, J., Ortegon, A., Scholes, S. (2019) Perceptions of road traffic conditions along with their reported impacts on walking are associated with wellbeing. Travel Behaviour and Society 15, 88-101.
Anciaes, P., Jones, P. J., Metcalfe, P. J. (2018) A stated preference model to value reductions in community severance caused by roads. Transport Policy 64, 10-19.
Anciaes, P., Jones, P. (2018) Estimating preferences for different types of pedestrian crossing facilities. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour 52, 222-237.
Scholes, S., Wardlaw, M., Anciaes, P., Heydecker, B. G., Mindell, J. S. (2018) Fatality rates associated with driving and cycling for all road users in Great Britain 2005-2013. Journal of Transport and Health 8, 321-333.
Anciaes, P., Metcalfe, P. J., Heywood, C. (2017) Social impacts of road traffic: perceptions and priorities of local residents. Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal 35, 172-183.
Anciaes, P., Nascimento, J., Silva, S. (2017) The distribution of neighbourhood walkability indicators in an African city: Praia, Cabo Verde. Cities 67, 9-20.
Mindell, J. S., Anciaes, P., Dhanani, A., Stockton, J., Jones, P., Haklay, M., Groce, N., Scholes, S., Vaughan, L. (2017) Using triangulation to assess a suite of tools to measure community severance. Journal of Transport Geography 60, 119-129.
Anciaes, P., Jones, P., Mindell, J. (2016) Community severance: where is it found and at what cost? Transport Reviews 36, 293-317.
Anciaes, P., Jones, P. (2016) Effectiveness of changes in street layout and design for reducing barriers to walking. Transportation Research Record 2586, 39-48.
Anciaes, P., Boniface, S., Dhanani, A., Mindell, J. S., Groce, N. (2016) Urban transport and community severance: linking research and policy to link people and places. Journal of Transport and Health 3, 268-277.
Anciaes, P. (2015) Area-wide traffic restriction in Lisbon city centre: opportunity lost or mistake avoided? Transportation Research Procedia 8, 237-246.
Martins, M. O., Anciaes, P. (2008) Patterns of innovation diffusion and technological competition in Portuguese manufacturing and service industries. International Review of Applied Economics 22, 353-372.
2. Articles in non-peer reviewed publications
Anciaes, P. (2018) People and places: at the frontier of transport appraisal. Local Transport Today 760: 24.
Anciaes, P., Jones, P. M. (2018) The valuation of community severance caused by busy roads. Transport Economists Journal 45(2), 18-31.
Anciaes, P. (2018) Métodos para entender mejor la caminabilidad y el efecto barrera. In L. Sagaris (Ed.) Redes Comunitarias Y Transporte – De La Ruptura a La Integración., p.7-9. In Spanish.
Anciaes, P. (2013) Rethinking the death of the railway in the Portuguese countryside. Transport and Mobility in Rural Areas in the Context of Demographic Change, Band 14 (2013), 45-57. Institut Verkehr und Raum, Erfurt, Germany.
Anciaes, P. (2000) 経済統合下での欧州運輸政策 – トランスヨーロッピアン 交通ネットワークを例にして [Transport policy in integrated economies – The case of the Trans-European Network]. 運輸政策研究 [Transport Policy Studies Review] 3, 48-51. In Japanese.