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    • Bus Stop 

      Gale, Martin (Irish artist b. 1949) (2009-01-12)
    • Irish mobilities 

      WICKHAM, JAMES JOHN RUFUS (UCD Press, 2007)
      The `mobility turn? in sociology challenges any easy equation of `society? with a given territorial area. This approach allows us to link the study of migration with the study of other forms of mobility, to examine the ...
    • Irish mobilities 

      WICKHAM, JAMES JOHN RUFUS (UCD Press, 2007)
      The `mobility turn? in sociology challenges our easy equation of `society? with a given territorial area. The chapter begins by examining the arguments involved, pointing out how much sociological theorising about `fluidity? ...
    • Parallel implementation of a transport network model 

      O'MAHONY, MARGARET MARY (Elsevier, 2005)
      This paper describes the parallel implementation of a transport network model. A `Single-Program, Multiple Data? (SPMD) paradigm is employed using a simple data decomposition approach where each processor runs the same ...
    • A stated preference analysis of real-time public transit stop information 

      CAULFIELD, BRIAN; O'MAHONY, MARGARET MARY (2009)
      This paper presents the results of a study conducted to examine the benefits derived from real-time public transit stop information. This research examines the preferences between several options of receiving real-time ...
    • Transport development and poverty reduction in Northeast Brazil 

      BENEVENUTO, RODOLFO GOMES (Trinity College Dublin. School of Engineering. Disc of Civil Structural & Environmental Eng, 2020)
      The recent shift in focus from the income-based to the multidimensional understanding of poverty has revealed that the global goal of ending poverty requires more than isolated and remedial actions. Integrated efforts from ...
    • Using Floating Bike Data to Determine Cyclist Exposure to Poor Air Quality 

      Caulfield, Brian (2021)
      Introduction: The World Health Organisation (WHO) claims that 9 out of 10 people breath air containing high levels of pollutants, while air pollution itself is responsible for around 7 million premature deaths every year ...