Reports

Research reports

Quijano, A., Gutiérrez, S M., Pablos, L., Verdugo, F., Cañas, H., Witkowska-Lonieczny, A., Anciaes, A., Kamargianni, M., Mavovratis, K., Gehl, E., Graindorge, M., Kapoyianni, N (2023) Cooperative, Connected and Automated Mobility solutions – review and gaps. Move2CCM (Methods and Tools for Comprehensive Impact Assessment of CCAM solutions for passengers and goods). Deliverable 1.1., 153 pages.

Gerike, R., Koszowski, C., Schröter, B., Wittwer, R., Anciaes, P., Hill, E., Jones, P. (2022). Cross-site assessment of road design packages. MORE project: Multimodal Optimization of Roadspace in Europe. Deliverable 5.5., 122 pages.

Anciaes, P., Jones, P. (2020) Tools for generating urban road design options. MORE project: Multimodal Optimization of Roadspace in Europe. Deliverables 4.1/4.5., 26 pages.

Anciaes, P., Jones, P. (2020) Appraisal tool for assessing and prioritising road design options. MORE project: Multimodal Optimization of Roadspace in Europe. Deliverables 4.4/4.8. 34 pages.

Jones, P., Anciaes, P., Dean, M. (2020) Impact assessment framework to identify sustainable urban mobility solutions. EIT Urban Mobility Innovation Pathway Project – Final Report. Report delivered to EIT (European Institute of Innovation and Technology) Urban Mobility. 52 pages.

Ortegon, A., Jones, P., Anciaes, P. (2018) Place quality. In Curtis et al (2018) Funding Sustainable Mobility and Liveability: are the current scheme appraisal procedures appropriate? CREATE project: Congestion Reduction in Europe: Advancing Transport Efficiency Deliverable 5.2., Appendix B, pp.101-141.

Jones, P. M., Anciaes, P. (2018) Urban congestion and network operation: towards a broader set of metrics for assessing performance. CREATE project: Congestion Reduction in Europe: Advancing Transport Efficiency. Deliverable 2.1. 45 pages.

Anciaes, P., Jones, P. M. (2018) Patterns of congestion in European cities: multiple-indicator analysis using real-time GPS speed data. CREATE project: Congestion Reduction in Europe – Advancing Transport Efficiency. Deliverable 3.4. 81 pages.,

Curtis, P., Green, P., Jones, P. M., Anciaes, P. (2018) Funding sustainable mobility and liveability: are the current scheme appraisal procedures appropriate? CREATE project: Congestion Reduction in Europe: Advancing Transport Efficiency. Deliverable 5.2. 160 pages.

Consultancy reports (published)

Anciaes, P., Jones, P. (2023) Developing low-carbon freight microhubs in London: principles, benefits, and locational analysis. Report delivered to British Land. 46 pages.

Anciaes, P., Metcalfe, P., Accent (2019) Social determinants and outcomes of travel behaviour [User Insight Phase 2]. Report delivered to Transport for The North. 264 pages. Confidential

Anciaes, P., Metcalfe, P., Heywood, C. (2016) Perceived social impacts of traffic. Report delivered to Suffolk Coastal District Council and Waveney District Council. 198 pages.

Metcalfe, P. J., Anciaes, P., Sen, A. (2018) Survey of freshwater angling in England – non-market values associated with angling. Report delivered to UK Environment Agency. 179 pages.

Consultancy reports (confidential) – Transport

Anciaes, P., Jones, P. (2022) A strategy for developing low-carbon urban logistic hubs in London – General locational analysis and assessment of suitability of British Land sites. Dataset delivered to British Land. Centre for Transport Studies, UCL. Confidential.

Metcalfe, P., Anciaes, P., Bortolotti, D. (2023) Econometric analysis of online train booking data. Report delivered to West Coast Partnership Development – Follow-up Study. PJM Economics. 91 pages. Confidential.

Anciaes, P., Metcalfe, P. (2023) Secondary data analysis of Post-Covid rail travel trends. Report delivered to West Coast Partnership Development. PJM Economics. 36 pages. Confidential.

Anciaes, P., Metcalfe, P. (2022) Attitudes to rail fares and ticketing, post-Covid 19 trends in rail usage, and elasticities of rail demand: UK literature review. Report delivered to West Coast Partnership Development. PJM Economics. 35 pages. Confidential.

Metcalfe, P., Anciaes, P., Bortolotti, D. (2022) Econometric analysis of online train booking data. Report delivered to West Coast Partnership Development. PJM Economics. 34 pages. Confidential.

Anciaes, P., Metcalfe, P., Accent (2021) Value of travel time in Saudi Arabia. Report delivered to Ministry of Transport, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Accent and PJM Economics. 46 pages. Confidential.

Anciaes, P., Metcalfe, P., Accent (2020) 26-30 Railcard Modelling. Report delivered to Rail Delivery Group. Accent and PJM Economics. 110 pages. Confidential.

Anciaes, P., Metcalfe, P., Accent (2020) Veterans’ Railcard Modelling. Report delivered to Rail Delivery Group and UK Department for Transport. Accent and PJM Economics. 102 pages. Confidential.

Anciaes, P., Metcalfe, P., Accent (2020) Washington DC express lanes stated preference research: cars. Report delivered to Transurban. Accent and PJM Economics. 36 pages. Confidential.

Anciaes, P., Metcalfe, P., Accent (2020) Washington DC express lanes stated preference research: trucks and vans. Report delivered to Transurban. Accent and PJM Economics. 92 pages. Confidential.

Anciaes, P., Metcalfe, P., Accent (2020) Maryland express lanes stated preference research. Report delivered to Transurban (USA) and Macquarie Capital. Accent and PJM Economics. 185 pages. Confidential.

Anciaes, P. (2019) Literature review on driver stress and anxiety. Report delivered to Highways England. Atkins and Jacobs. 44 pages. Confidential.

Anciaes, P., Jones, P. (2018) Valuing community severance in the Highways England Strategic Road Network. Report delivered to Highways England. Centre for Transport Studies, UCL, London. 145 pages. Confidential.

Anciaes, P., Metcalfe, P., Accent (2017) Road Network Pricing – Brisbane, Australia. Report delivered to Transurban Australia. Accent and PJM Economics. 88 pages. Confidential.

Anciaes, P., Metcalfe, P., Accent (2016) Demand impact of fares structures and simplification. Report delivered to the Association of Train Operating Companies. Accent and PJM Economics. 72 pages. Confidential.

Lourenço, N., Machado, P., Santos, A., Machado, C., Anciaes, P., Barão, C., Sousa, S., Rodrigues, L. (2007) Agricultura e Meio Rural: População, Ambiente e Território na Área Metropolitana de Lisboa [Agriculture and Rural Space: Population, Environment and Territorial Planning in the Metropolitan Area of Lisbon]. Lisbon: Report delivered to JML (Association of Municipalities of the Metropolitan Area of Lisbon). Universidade Nova de Lisboa e Universidade Atlântica, Lisboa. Confidential. In Portuguese.

Lourenço, N., Santos, A., Machado, P., Anciaes, P. (2004) Análise da procura e da acessibilidade ao serviço ferroviário em alta velocidade na Área Metropolitana do Porto: Caracterização das alternativas de localização das estações [Analysis of demand and accessibility of the High-Speed Rail in the Porto Metropolitan Area]. Lisbon: Report delivered to RAVE (Portuguese High-Speed Rail Company). Universidade Nova de Lisboa e Universidade Atlântica, Lisboa. Confidential. In Portuguese.

Anciaes, P. (1999) Developing new tourism products in Armenia – The role of local transport. Report delivered to Aeroex Armenia.

Consultancy reports (confidential) – Non-transport

Anciaes, P. (2023) Citizen approaches to environmental valuation for cost-benefit analysis. Report delivered to Scottish Water. 21 pages. Confidential.

Metcalfe, P., Bortolotti, D., Anciaes, P. (2022) Customer preferences on added value for large resource schemes. Report delivered to a club of 6 water companies (Affinity Water, Thames Water, Severn Trent Water, Southern Water, Anglian Water, Cambridge Water). 148 pages. Confidential.

Metcalfe, P., Fisher, J., Anciaes, P. Paccagnan, V., Logan, P. (2022) Water environment benefits update. Report delivered to UK Environment Agency. 104 pages. Confidential.

Anciaes, P. (2022) Public value of infrastructure investments – literature review. Report delivered to a club of 6 water companies (Affinity Water, Thames Water, Severn Trent Water, Southern Water, Anglian Water, Cambridge Water). 56 pages. Confidential.

Accent, PJM Economics, Anciaes, P. (2022) Outcome Delivery Incentive Research: design of methodology. Report delivered to: Ofwat (Water Services Regulation Authority) and Consumer Council for Water. 99 pages. Confidential.

Anciaes, P. (2021) Non-market valuation methods and best practice guidelines for stated preference studies – a literature review. Report delivered to: Ofwat (Water Services Regulation Authority) and Consumer Council for Water. Accent and PJM Economics. 53 pages. Confidential.

Anciaes, P. (2018) Revealed preference valuation of bathing and river water quality. Report delivered to Welsh Water. PJM Economics, Wimborne. 44 pages. Confidential.

Anciaes, P., Sen, A., Metcalfe, P. (2018) PR19 Data Triangulation. Report delivered to Southern Water. PJM Economics and Accent. 45 pages. Confidential.

Anciaes, P. (2017) Literature review on the public’s understanding of “local” in the context of rivers. Report delivered to Wessex Water. PJM Economics, Wimborne. 14 pages. Confidential

Metcalfe, P. J., Anciaes, P. (2013) Comparative review of willingness to pay results. Report delivered to a club of 13 UK water companies. Accent and PJM Economics. 40 pages. Confidential

Accent, Metcalfe, P. J., Anciaes, P. (2013) Water Resources Research – South East Water. Report delivered to South East Water. Accent. 107 pages. Confidential

Accent, Metcalfe, P. J., Anciaes, P. (2013) Water Resources Research – South East Water. Report delivered to Welsh Water. Accent. 34 pages. Confidential

Accent, Metcalfe, P. J., Anciaes, P. (2013) Southern Water Customer Engagement (Economic) – Willingness to Pay. Report delivered to Southern Water. Accent. 217 pages. Confidential.

Accent, Metcalfe, P. J., Anciaes, P. (2013) Willingness to Pay Research – Northumbrian Water. Report delivered to Northumbrian Water. Accent. 243 pages. Confidential

Accent, Metcalfe, P. J., Anciaes, P. (2013) Willingness to Pay Research – Essex and Suffolk Water. Report delivered to Essex and Suffolk Water. Accent. 165 pages. Confidential.

Accent, Metcalfe, P. J., Anciaes, P. (2013) South East Water Customer Engagement Research for PR14 Price Review. Report delivered to South East Water. Accent. 121 pages. Confidential.

Accent, Metcalfe, P. J., Anciaes, P. (2013) Willingness to Pay Research – South West Water. Report delivered to South West Water. Accent. 139 pages. Confidential.

Accent, Metcalfe, P. J., Anciaes, P. (2013) Willingness to Pay Research – Sutton and East Surrey Water. Report delivered to Sutton and East Surrey Water. Accent. 127 pages. Confidential.

Accent, Metcalfe, P. J., Anciaes, P. (2013) Willingness to Pay Research – Welsh Water. Report delivered to Welsh Water. Accent. 170 pages. Confidential.

Anciaes, P. (2007) Water sources and water supply methods in Nigeria –  Regional assessments for Bauchi, Hadejia-Nguru Wetlands, Ibadan, Plateau, and Zamfara. Report delivered to W Charitable Foundation (Water for Africa project), 39 pages. Confidential.

Anciaes, P. (2007) Water sources and water supply methods in Kenya – Regional assessments for Baringo, Dadaab, Garissa, Isiolo, Kajiado, Kitui, Marsabit, Samburu, Tana River, Tharaka Nithi, Turkana, Machakos, Makueni, Mandera, Mbeere, Moyale, Mwingi, Wajir, West Pokot. Report delivered to W Charitable Foundation (Water for Africa project), 138 pages. Confidential.

Anciaes, P. (2007) Water sources and water supply methods in Burkina Faso – Regional assessments for Houet, Kadiogo, Kossi, Mouhoun, and Sourou. Report delivered to W Charitable Foundation (Water for Africa project), 39 pages. Confidential.

Anciaes, P. (2007) Water sources and water supply methods in Malawi – Regional assessments for Karonga and Mazimba. Report delivered to W Charitable Foundation (Water for Africa project), 9 pages. Confidential.

Anciaes, P. (2006) Water sources and water supply methods in Guinea – Regional assessments for Conakry, Kindia, and Labé. Report delivered to W Charitable Foundation (Water for Africa project), 22 pages. Confidential.

Anciaes, P. (2006) Water sources and water supply methods in Ghana – Regional assessments for the Upper East Region (Atiyorum, Badonia/Fafala, Katiu, Katiu Saa, Manyoro/Sako, and Nabango/Mirigu). Report delivered to W Charitable Foundation (Water for Africa project), 44 pages. Confidential.

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