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Dr. Brian Caulfield

Assistant Professor (Civil Struct & Env. Eng.)
CIVIL ENGINEERING BUILDING (NEW)


  Cost Benefit Analysis   Cost Benefit Analysis   Discrete Choice Modelling   Discrete Choice Modelling   Driving simulation   Energy Ecomomics   Environmental aspects of transportation   Environmental Impacts of Transport   Environmental impacts of transport   Impacts of new public transport   Intelligent Transport Systems   Intelligent Vehicles   Intermodal Transport   New Means of Transport   Public Transport   Public Transport Infrastructure   Road Safety   Simulation and modelling transportation networks   Stated Preference Analysis   Stated preference analysis   Telecommunications and transport   Traffic Congestion   Transport   Transport Demand Management   Transport Economics   Transport economics   Transport Modelling   Transport Modelling   Transport policy
 Greening Transport
 RAIN - Risk Analysis of Infrastructure Networks in response to extreme weather
 Base lining Road Works Safety on European Roads (BRoWSER)
 Measuring the acceptance of wind farms in Ireland
 Peacox - persuasive advisor for CO2-redcing cross-modal trip planning

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Member of the TRB Committee on Emerging and Innovative Public Transport and Technologies (AP020) 2010 -
Irish member of the management committee of COST Action TU0804 'Survey Harmonisation with New Technologies Improvement' (SHANTI) 2009 -2011
Member of the CILT Policy committee 2009 - 2011
Member of the organising committee of the European Parking Association Congress - 2013 2012-13
Member of the EU-Smartcities working group - Mobility and Transport
Member of the TRB Committee on Bicycle Transportation, ANF20 2012
Chair of the Irish Transport Research Network 2013
Member of the Transport Statistics Liaison Group (Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport and the Central Statistics office) 2010
Nogal, M, O'Connor, A, Caulfield, B, Dynamic Restricted Equilibrium Model to Determine the Resilience of a Traffic Network to Extreme Weather Events, 12th International Conference on Applications of Statistics and Probability in Civil Engineering, ICASP12, Vancouver, Canada, 2015, Conference Paper, PUBLISHED
Deenihan, G., Caulfield, B., Do tourists value different levels of cycling infrastructure?, Tourism Management, 46, 2015, p92 - 101, Journal Article, PUBLISHED  TARA - Full Text
Doorley, R., Pakrashi, V., Caulfield, B., Ghosh, B., Short-Term Forecasting of Bicycle Traffic Using Structural Time Series Models, 17th International IEEE Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems, Qingdao, China, 2014, 2014, Conference Paper, PUBLISHED  TARA - Full Text
Rock, S., Ahern, A., Caulfield, B, Equity and Fairness in Transport Planning: The State of Play, 93rd Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington D.C., 2014, Conference Paper, PUBLISHED  TARA - Full Text
Caulfield., B., Re-cycling a city - examining the growth of cycling in Dublin, Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 61, 2014, p216 - 226, Journal Article, PUBLISHED  TARA - Full Text
Brazil, W., Caulfield., B., Testing individuals' ability to compare emissions from public transport and driving trips, Journal of Public Transportation, 17, (2), 2014, Journal Article, PUBLISHED  TARA - Full Text
Deenihan, G., Caulfield, B. , Estimating the Health Benefits of Cycling, Journal of Transport & Health, 1, (2), 2014, p141 - 149, Journal Article, PUBLISHED  TARA - Full Text
Caulfield, B., Ahern, A., The Green Fields of Ireland: The Legacy of Dublin's Housing Boom and the Impact on Commuting, Case Studies on Transport Policy, 2, (1), 2014, p20 - 27, Journal Article, PUBLISHED  TARA - Full Text
Short, J., Caulfield, B, The safety challenge of increased cycling, Transport Policy, 33, 2014, p154 - 165, Journal Article, PUBLISHED
Caulfield, B., Brazil, W., Fitzgerald, K., Morton, C., Measuring the success of reducing emissions using an on-board eco-driving feedback tool, Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment, 32, 2014, p253 - 262, Journal Article, PUBLISHED  TARA - Full Text
  

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Caulfield, B., Ahern, A., The Legacy of Dublin's Housing Boom and the impact on Commuting, ITRN, University of Limerick, 2014, 2014, Conference Paper, PUBLISHED
Deenihan, G., Caulfield, B., Estimating the health benefits of cycling, ITRN, University of Limerick, 2014, 2014, Conference Paper, PUBLISHED
Caulfield, B., Does it pay to work from home?, ITRN, University of Limerick, 2014, 2014, Conference Paper, PUBLISHED
Caulfield, B, Examining the growth of cycling in Dublin, ITRN, TCD, 2013, 2013, Conference Paper, PUBLISHED
Deenihan, G., Caulfield, B, Do tourists value different cycling infrastructure, ITRN, TCD, 2013, 2013, Conference Paper, PUBLISHED
Brazil, W., Caulfield, B., Impact of emissions information on mode choices in Dublin, ITRN, TCD, 2013, 2013, Conference Paper, PUBLISHED
Caulfield, B., The success of Dublin Bikes and lessons for New York, The Furman Center For Real Estate & Urban Policy, New York University, June, 2013, Invited Talk, PUBLISHED
Fenton, V, Caulfield, B , A review of the Irish national road network barriers to older people's mobility, ITRN 2012, University of Ulster, Belfast , 2012, Conference Paper, PUBLISHED
Bailey, D., Caulfield, B., Mullarkey, S, Using Data Envelopment Analysis as a public transport project appraisal tool, ITRN 2012, University of Ulster, Belfast, 2012, Conference Paper, PUBLISHED
Deenihan, G, Caulfield, B, O'Dwyer, D, Analysing the usage of a segregated interurban cycleway (Greenway) in Ireland Submitted, ITRN 2012, University of Ulster, Belfast, 2012, Conference Paper, PUBLISHED

  

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Award Date
The Michael Beesley Award, honourable mention August, 2007
ITRN Best paper - Determining the welfare effects of introducing a cap‐and‐share scheme on rural commuters September 2011
ITRN Best paper- Impact of emissions information on mode choices in Dublin: Stated Preference experiments September 2013