Dr Tim Ryley
Dr Tim Ryley is a Senior Lecturer in Transport Studies at Loughborough University, with twenty years of transport research experience (including at the Transport Research Laboratory and the Transport Research Institute, Napier University). Since joining Loughborough University in 2004, he has successfully led a series of transport research projects across surface and air transport applications. Research led by Dr Ryley tends to have strong environmental imperatives to reduce travel demand and carbon emissions.
Between 2006 and 2009 Dr Ryley led three major air travel projects: Propensity to Fly, INDICATOR (both funded by EPSRC) and Public engagement on aviation taxes (funded by the Sustainable Development Commission). Dr Ryley developed this research further through the leadership of two major projects relating to the transport applications of airport surface access journeys (EPSRC ‘ABC’ project 2009-2012), and Demand Responsive Transport (EPSRC ‘DRT for DRT’ project 2010-2013). Dr Ryley was also a Co-Investigator on the large transport / climate project (EPSRC ‘FUTURENET’ project 2009-2013), with a role to examine mobility along a transport corridor (London-Glasgow), and the EPSRC ‘Airport Energies Technologies Network - AETN’ project (2009-2012).
Dr Ryley is the Programme Director for the two undergraduate transport programmes (BSc Air Transport Management, BSc Transport and Business Management). Between 2007 and 2012 he was the Admissions Tutor for these two programmes. Dr Ryley manages and teaches three 10-credit modules on the undergraduate transport degree programmes (UG: BSc Air Transport Management, BSc Transport & Business Management). These modules are:
UG Part A: Transport Demand and Human Need
UG Part B: Transport and the Environment
UG Part C: Travel Behaviour
Chartered Member of the Institute of Logistics & Transport (CMILT)
Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society (FRGS)
Member of the International Association of Travel Behaviour Research (IATBR)
Universities' Transport Study Group (UTSG) Executive Committee, Treasurer 2005-2008
International Member of the Transportation Research Board (TRB) Committee on Bicycle Transportation 2003-2006
Air travel demand, sustainability issues, car dependency, non-motorised modes of transport, transport planning, travel behaviour, road user charging, stated preference techniques, discrete choice modelling, Geographical Information Systems.
- Transport and climate change
- Airport surface access
- Demand Responsive Transport
- The development of stated choice models on air travel demand
- The propensity of individuals to walk and cycle
- The influence of the media upon transport projects