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Transport versus service provision: A sustainable livelihoods profile of Cameroon. 74th EAAE Seminar on Livelihoods and Rural Poverty, Wye, UK, 12 – 15 September 2001.
ARFCOM, Speed profiles and fuel consumption: results from a congested road in Java2001
The impact of feeder road investment on accessibility and agricultural development in Ghana. INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS. Conference on Criteria for Planning Highway Investments in Developing Countries, London, May 19821982
Financing Pakistan’s trucking industry. PTRC. Proc. of Seminar M, PTRC Transport and Planning Summer Annual Meeting, University of Sussex, 11-15 September 19891989
Can time savings be used?: Some evidence from the trucking industry in Pakistan. International Seminar on Expressways/High Speed Facilities in Developing Countries, Bangalore, India 13-16 June 19911991
Halving Africa’s freight transport costs: could it be done? International Symposium Transport and Communications in Africa, Brussels, 27-29 November 19911991
Car ownership forecasts for low-income countries. Traffic Engineering and Control, 33(12), 666-711992
Modelling vehicle ownership and use in low income countries. Journal of Transport Economics and Policy, 27(1), 51-671993
A comparison of the costs and productivity of road freight transport in Africa and Pakistan. Transport Reviews, 13(2), 151-1651993
Transport and marketing priorities to improve food security in Ghana and the rest of Africa. International Symposium: Regional Food Security and Rural Infrastructure, Giessen, May 19931993
Black smoke emissions and fuel consumption: A joint study by the Transport Research Laboratory, UK, and CIRT. Indian Journal of Transport Management, June 1994.1994
Economic assessment of road projects: do our current procedures tell us what we want to know? International Workshop on Impact Evaluation and Analysis of transportation Projects in Developing Countries, Bombay, 13-16 December 19941994
The scope for improving the efficiency of road freight transport in China. 7th World Conference on Transport Research, Sydney, Australia, July 19951995
Black smoke emissions and fuel consumption. CODATU VII Conference, New Delhi, India, February 1996.1996
The transition from non-motorised to motorised modes of transport. 7th World Conference on Transportation Research, Sydney, Australia, July 19951995
Roads, Personal Mobility and Poverty: The Challenge. Transport and Poverty Alleviation Workshop, Washington D.C. 13 June 20002000
Transport costs for highway planning in Indonesia: results from new research into speed and fuel consumption in congestion, values of passenger time and vehicle maintenance costs. 10th REAAA Conference, Tokyo, Japan, 4 – 9 September 20002000
Transport and sustainable rural livelihoods in Zambia: A case study. Eighth Regional Seminar for Labour-based Practitioners, Cairo, Egypt, 15 – 19 October 20002000
Ghana feeder road prioritisation2002
Decentralisation and Development Planning: Some Practical Considerations2003
A method for the appraisal of low volume roads in Tanzania. 22nd World Road Congress (PIARC), Durban, South Africa, 19 – 25 October 20032001
A review of rural traffic-counting methods in developing countries1972
Optimum axle loads of commercial vehicles in developing countries1981
Pakistan road freight industry: an overview1991
Pakistan road freight industry: the productivity and time use of commercial vehicles1991
Pakistan road freight industry: An analysis of tariffs, revenues and costs1994
A comparison of freight transport operations in Tanzania and Indonesia1997
The costs of maintaining and repairing vehicles in developing countries1997