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Ray Pritchard

Ray Pritchard

Senior Researcher

rpri@norceresearch.no
+47 51 87 51 32
Prof. Olav Hanssensvei 15, 4021 Stavanger, Norway

Transportation researcher in the NORCE Health and Social Science group Climate, Environment and Sustainability. Background in civil engineering and sustainability and PhD in transport planning from NTNU – Norwegian University of Science and Technology.

Core competence areas: travel surveys, active transport (pedestrians and bicycles), integrated land use and transportation planning, public transportation, transportation network analysis and participatory planning geographic information systems.

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Ray Pritchard

Division

Health & Social Sciences

Research Groups

Klima, miljø, bærekraft

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Publications
Sykling i Bergen kan mangedobles – Bergensavisen 2022
Komparative studier Nord-Jæren, Trondheim og Bergen av bymiljøpakker og mobilitet 2018–2023 – NORCE Norwegian Research Centre 2022
Mixed-methods approach to studying multiuser perceptions of an interim Complete Streets project in Norway – Travel Behaviour & Society 2022
Sykkelpotensial og bysykler. En beregning av potensialet for økt hverdagssykling og evaluering av bysykkelordningene på Nord-Jæren, i Trondheim og i Bergen – NORCE 2022
Bedre sykkelveier gir mange flere sykkelturer – Adresseavisen 2022
Socio-economics, urban structure and the transport system in Bergen, Trondheim and Nord-Jæren. A comparative analysis of various urban characteristics and their importance for sustainable transport. – NORCE Norwegian Research Centre AS 2021
Comparison of Bymiljøpakken in Nord-Jæren and Miljøpakken in Trondheim – NORCE Norwegian Research Centre AS 2020
Socioeconomics, urban form and transportation in Nord-Jæren and Trondheim. A contextual analysis – NORCE Norwegian Research Centre AS 2020
Bedre sykkelveier har liten effekt på bilbruken i byene – Aftenposten (morgenutg. : trykt utg.) 2019
Does new bicycle infrastructure result in new or rerouted bicyclists? A longitudinal GPS study in Oslo – Journal of Transport Geography 2019
Bicycle Level of Service for Route Choice—A GIS Evaluation of Four Existing Indicators with Empirical Data – ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information 2019
Location, location, relocation: how the relocation of offices from suburbs to the inner city impacts commuting on foot and by bike – European Transport Research Review 2019
Reallocated street space leads to more cycling and walking – Samferdsel 2019
Trialing a Road Lane to Bicycle Path Redesign—Changes in Travel Behavior with a Focus on Users’ Route and Mode Choice – Sustainability 2018
To misvisende «myter» om klimapolitikk – Samferdsel 2018
Revealed Preference Methods for Studying Bicycle Route Choice—A Systematic Review – International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health (IJERPH) 2018
Conflicts between bikes and trucks in urban areas—A survey of Norwegian cyclists – Case Studies on Transport Policy 2018
Realising Operational Energy Performance in Non-Domestic Buildings: Lessons Learnt from Initiatives Applied in Cambridge – Sustainability 2017
The Norwegian Zero Traffic Growth Goal [nullvekstmålet] requires better measurement of walking and bicycle modal share – Samferdsel 2016
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