The New Horizons Programme (2000-02) was an opportunity for researchers to investigate solutions to current or emerging problems, or where the application of techniques and ideas in one area might offer useful advances in others. The freedom to think in the medium to long term, anticipating new issues and long-term solutions was paramount. Projects researching anticipated social, environmental and economic challenges, or looking at innovative methodology have been supported by the programme. In collaboration with the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) the programme is also part-funding a number of studentships at various universities.
Advancing Methods For Evaluating Network Reliability C8 [STP 14/5/20]
An Ecological Footprint of the UK B14 [STP 14/5/10]
Clarifying Qualitative Sub-Objectives in Appraisal C62 [STP 14/5/28]
London: Our Transport, Our Health, Our Science B27 [STP 14/5/13]
Sustainable Lifestyles: An Exploratory Analysis A44 [STP 14/5/8]
The Use of GPS to Improve Travel Data B31 [STP 14/5/14]
Understanding the Limits of Transport Policy C10 [STP 14/5/21]