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Panel 8: Transport and mobility

Are standards effective in improving automobile fuel economy? An international panel analysis
Sofronis Clerides, Department of Economics, University of Cyprus
Theodoros Zachariadis, Economics Research Centre, University of Cyprus

Urban form, vehicle emissions and energy use of commuters in the Netherlands
Dr Yusak O. Susilo and Dr Dominic Stead, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands

Heterogeneity of demand responses in modelling the distributional consequences of tradable carbon permits in the road transport sector
Zia Wadud, Robert B Noland, and Daniel J Graham, Centre for Transport Studies, Imperial College London

New governance or symbolic policy? – Evaluation and recommendations for the agreement between the European Commission and the automobile industry
Daniel Bongardt and Kristina Kebeck, Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy, Research Group on Energy, Transport and Climate Policy, Germany

Fuel saving with Eco-Driving – efforts to create the “3-litre driver” in Austria
Bettina Hatzenbichler, Austrian Energy Agency, Transport Unit

Can BRT solve the transport crisis in Dhaka city?
M. Shafiq-Ur Rahman, Department of Urban and Regional Planning, Jahangirnagar University, Dhaka, BANGLADESH, Chairman, SusTrans Bangladesh

Options for carbon regulation of the European car industry
Alex Veitch, Energy Saving Trust, London – UK

Motorization in China at the dawn of the 21st century: Lessons from Beijing and Shanghai

The role of market and technical downsizing in reducing carbon emissions from the Swedish new car fleet
Frances Sprei and Sten Karlsson, Physical Resource Theory, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden

The Dutch national ecodriving programme Het Nieuwe Rijden: A success story
Peter Wilbers, SenterNovem, The Netherlands
Henk Wardenaar, Dutch Ministry of Transport and Water Management

Eco efficiency of urban form and transportation
Irmeli Wahlgren, MScTech, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, Urban Impact Assessment, Finland

Clean Development Mechanism in the transport sector – Experiences and future development
Wolfgang Sterk and Daniel Bongardt, Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy, Research Group on Energy, Transport and Climate Policy, Germany
Holger Dalkmann, Team Leader, Transport Research Laboratory, Centre for Sustainability, United Kingdom
Bettina Wittneben, Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Christian Baatz, Lüneburg University, Germany

Improving the energy efficiency of road transport: the case of eco-driving in the Netherlands
Robert Harmsen, Robert van den Hoed, and Mirjam Harmelink, Ecofys Netherlands, The Netherlands

Measuring the CO2 consequences of urban transport projects in developing countries: The blind leading the blind?
Lee Schipper, Maria Cordeiro, and Wei-shiuen Ng, EMBARQ – The WRI Center for Sustainable Transport, USA

Evaluation of traction energy savings in railway sector
Gregor Hribar, Genera Lynx d.o.o., Ljubljana, Slovenia
Alexandra Waldmann, Berliner Energieagentur GmbH
Mihael Sekavcnik, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

Monitoring of energy transition of Dutch mobility: a knowledge value added approach
Koos Zagema, Pernosco
Geert Thijssen, Joost Koch, and Remco Hoogma, SenterNovem

Decision making processes and their interaction with transport energy consumption: A comparison between Europe and South-East-Asia
Paul Pfaffenbichler and Günter Emberger, Vienna University of Technology – Institute for Transport Planning and Traffic Engineering, Austria
Sittha Jaensirisak, Civil Engineering Department, Ubon Ratchathani University, Thailand
Paul Timms, Institute for Transport Studies, University of Leeds, Leeds, United Kingdom

Technology versus demand regulation – strategic modelling of transport, land use and energy scenarios
Paul C. Pfaffenbichler, Vienna University of Technology – Institute for Transport Planning and Traffic Engineering, Austria
Simon Shepherd, Institute for Transport Studies, University of Leeds, United Kingdom

Future of car-sharing in Germany: Customer potential estimation, diffusion and ecological effect
Georg Wilke, Research Group “Future Energy and Transport Structures”, Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy, Germany
Daniel Bongardt, Research Group “Energy, Transport and Climate Policy”, Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy, Germany

Assessment of tire technologies and practices for tire wear and energy use reduction
Andrew Burke and Marc Melaina, University of California-Davis, Institute of Transportation Studies

Environmental accreditation and carbon certification of biofuels for road transport – the UK experience
Neil Wallis and Jessica Chalmers, Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership, United Kingdom

What do India’s transport energy data tell us? A bottom-up assessment of energy demand in India transportation sector
Nan Zhou, Michael A. McNeil, Stephane de la Rue du Can, Jayant Sathaye, and Mark Levine, Environmental Energy Technologies Division, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA

Long-term developments in the transport sector – comparing biofuel and hydrogen roadmaps
Martine Uyterlinde, Marc Londo, Per Godfroij, and Harm Jeeninga, ECN Policy Studies, The Netherlands

Lead-acid and Lithium-ion batteries for electric bikes in China: Implications on the future growth of electric-drive vehicles
Jonathan X. Weinert and Andrew F. Burke, Institute of Transportation Studies University of California Davis

Plug-ins – a viable efficiency option?
Sten Karlsson and Angel Ramírez, Division of Physical Resource Theory, Department of Energy and Environment, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden

Renewable energies in the transport sector: Costs and possibilities
Amela Ajanovic and Reinhard Haas, Vienna University of Technology, Vienna, Austria