Dr William Clayton

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  • Qualifications:BA, MA, PhD, FRGS, FHEA
  • Position:Senior Lecturer - Human Geography
  • Department:FET - Geography and Environmental Management
  • Telephone:+4411732 82316
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About me

I am a member of the teaching team on UWE's BA Geography, MSc Transport Planning, and MSc Transport Engineering and Planning programmes. I teach across a range of subject areas within human geography, specialising in transport geography. In addition to lecturing, I am the dissertation coordinator for our transport Masters students. 

My Senior Lectureship is split 50/50 teaching/research, and so alongside my teaching activities I remain a member of the Centre for Transport and Society, here at UWE, and am involved in a number of interesting research projects. My main areas of research are: sustainable transport, autonomous (driverless) vehicles, cycling, public transport, ICTs and travel, transport mapping, and transport evaluation.

I write on a range of topics related to my research, and have published articles in several academic journals. An overview of my publications can be found on UWE's Research Repository.

Area of expertise

Sustainable transport
Travel-time use on public transport
The interactions between new mobile technologies and travel
Passenger experiences of travelling
The role of active travel and public transport in rationalising private car use
Inclusive cycling
Mixed-methodology for social research

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