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Peer-reviewed Article
In Sustainability Science

Global environmental change, the depletion of natural resources, and unacceptable levels of pollution, among other anthropogenic impacts on the planet and its ecosystems, demand a radical shift in the way humankind develops. Global agreements like the “2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development” or the “Paris Agreement on Climate Change” seek to...

Peer-reviewed Article
In Transport and Communications Bulletin for Asia and the Pacific
Author:
Haryono
Huboyo
Wiwandari
Handayani
Mega
Anggraeni

In fast-growing coastal cities, dependable public transport, diversity of modes, and social inclusion are among several factors that contribute to resilient transport. However, these factors depend critically on whether key ridership segments are aware of the benefits of public transport. This article describes the effects of an awareness raising...

Peer-reviewed Article
In Travel Behavior and Society

The spread of online taxi services is transforming mobility patterns in many of the world’s rapidly motorizing cities. Yet few studies have systematically assessed which factors are behind this transformation. This article fill this critical knowledge gap for the three fast-growing cities of Indonesia, namely, Semarang, Bogor and Bandung. The...

Peer-reviewed Article
In Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies

Online shopping is growing in the last decade and change consumer buying behavior in retailing industries. These technology-enabled services improve efficiency and provide multiple options for purchasing which may affect consumption behavior and lifestyle. This article aims to explore the impact of online shopping especially on foods and groceries...

Peer-reviewed Article

Factors Promoting Clean Energy in Japanese Cities: Nuclear Risks Versus Climate Change Risks

In Sustainability
Author:
Tomio
Miwa
Takayuki
Morikawa
This article focuses on understanding the factors aecting the subconscious minds of urban citizens in terms of promoting clean energy and deregulation of the electricity sector. Does risk perception related to climate change and nuclear energy eect their choices? Does it differ between cities? A comparative analysis was performed for four cities...
Peer-reviewed Article
In Proceeding of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies
Author:
Asep
Sofyan
N.T.K. Oanh
D.A.Permadi
P. Lestari
H.S.Huboyo
W.Handayani

Transformative actions on climate change and other sustainability issues at city level is important to achieve GHG emission reduction. To anchor transformative actions, a wider societal consensus building based on science policy process is key element. This paper explores process to prioritize policies and detail actions of selected policy on low...

Peer-reviewed Article
In Proceedings of The Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies

In many cities, ride-hailing or shared taxi systems have transformed service delivery, spurred new businesses, and changed lifestyles. There is nonetheless limited systematic analysis of the impact of these shared taxi systems on transport decisions and travel patterns. The article aims to fill that void by drawing on new survey data to analyze...

Peer-reviewed Article
In Proceedings of the eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies

This article describes awareness raising campaign and engagement of junior high school students as one of major users and its impacts on the knowledge and intentions to use public bus in developing city. The awareness program was conducted through the planning of activities; implementation of training and evaluation of programs. To capture the...

Peer-reviewed Article
In Critical Sociology
Author:
Nieves
Moreno

China and Japan are currently in opposing stages of the expansion process of capitalism. While China is at the centre of the global accumulation of surplus capital through urbanisation and industrial expansion—i.e. the creation stage—Japan has been stagnant in recent decades and its periphery is de-urbanising—i.e. the destruction stage...

Peer-reviewed Article
In Carbon Management
Author:
Nguyen Thi Kim
Oanh
Lai Nguyen
Huy
Didin Agustian
Permadi
Puji
Lestari
Asep
Sofyan

Lack of robust data to assess the effects of different policies may hamper the design and implementation of effective solutions to reduce traffic emissions. This study analyzed the emissions of passenger fleets in Bandung, Indonesia, illustrated with three emission scenarios against the 2015 baseline. Local surveys were conducted to get traffic...