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António Ferreira
António Ferreira
Research Centre for Territory, Transports and Environment, University of Porto
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The health impacts of traffic-related exposures in urban areas: Understanding real effects, underlying driving forces and co-producing future directions
H Khreis, KM Warsow, E Verlinghieri, A Guzman, L Pellecuer, A Ferreira, ...
Journal of Transport & Health 3 (3), 249-267, 2016
1662016
Sustainable accessibility and the implementation of automated vehicles: Identifying critical decisions
E Papa, A Ferreira
Urban Science 2 (1), 5, 2018
1222018
Re-thinking accessibility planning: A multi-layer conceptual framework and its policy implications
A Ferreira, P Batey
Town Planning Review 78 (4), 429-459, 2007
712007
Accessibility is gold, mobility is not: A proposal for the improvement of Dutch transport-related cost-benefit analysis
A Ferreira, E Beukers, M Te Brömmelstroet
Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 39 (4), 683-697, 2012
662012
Planning theory or planning theories? The hydra model and its implications for planning education
A Ferreira, O Sykes, P Batey
Journal for Education in the Built Environment 4 (2), 29-54, 2009
602009
Muddling through with climate change targets: a multi-level governance perspective on the transport sector
G Marsden, A Ferreira, I Bache, M Flinders, I Bartle
Climate Policy 14 (5), 617-636, 2014
542014
Immotility as resilience? A key consideration for transport policy and research
A Ferreira, L Bertolini, P Næss
Applied Mobilities 2 (1), 16-31, 2017
522017
Emotions in planning practice: A critical review and a suggestion for future developments based on mindfulness
A Ferreira
Town Planning Review 84 (6), 703-720, 2013
512013
Taking the tyke on a bike: mothers' and childless women's space-time geographies in Amsterdam compared
A Eyer, A Ferreira
Environment and Planning A 47 (3), 691-708, 2015
362015
On why planning should not reinforce self-reinforcing trends: a cautionary analysis of the compact-city proposal applied to large cities
A Ferreira, P Batey
Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 38 (2), 231-247, 2011
242011
Beyond the dilemma of mobility: Exploring new ways of matching intellectual and physical mobility
A Ferreira, P Batey, MT Brömmelstroet, L Bertolini
Environment and Planning A 44 (3), 688-704, 2012
232012
Experiences with transportation models: An international survey of planning practices
M te Brömmelstroet, MS Nicolaisen, B Büttner, A Ferreira
Transport Policy 58, 10-18, 2017
222017
What curriculum for mobility and transport studies? A critical exploration
A Ferreira, G Marsden, M Te Brömmelstroet
Transport Reviews 33 (5), 501-525, 2013
222013
Urban planning and european innovation policy: Achieving sustainability, social inclusion, and economic growth?
KC von Schönfeld, A Ferreira
Sustainability 13 (3), 1137, 2021
172021
Re-enacting the mobility versus accessibility debate: Moving towards collaborative synergies among experts
A Ferreira, E Papa
Case Studies on Transport Policy 8 (3), 1002-1009, 2020
162020
Maladaptive planning and the pro-innovation bias: considering the case of automated vehicles
A Ferreira, KC von Schönfeld, W Tan, E Papa
Urban Science 4 (3), 41, 2020
152020
Towards an integrative perspective: Bringing Ken Wilber’s philosophy to planning theory and practice
A Ferreira
Planning Theory & Practice 19 (4), 558-577, 2018
152018
Interlacing planning and degrowth scholarship: A manifesto for an interdisciplinary alliance
A Ferreira, KC von Schönfeld
disP-The Planning Review 56 (1), 53-64, 2020
142020
University towns and the multi-layer transport model: Excavating the connections between academic ethos and transport problems
A Ferreira, P Batey
Planning Theory & Practice 11 (4), 573-592, 2010
92010
Have a good trip! Expanding our concepts of the quality of everyday travelling with flow theory
M Te Brömmelstroet, A Nikolaeva, M Mladenović, D Milakis, A Ferreira, ...
Applied Mobilities 7 (4), 352-373, 2022
82022
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