Publish in Urban, Planning and Transport Research and increase the visibility of your research.
Urban, Planning & Transport Research is a fully Open Access journal offering a multi-disciplinary platform for research exploring all areas of urban, planning and transport. The journal covers a vast range of subjects and welcomes submissions from all areas that further contribute to urban, planning and transport studies.
Why publish in Urban, Planning & Transport Research?
Urban, Planning & Transport Research is included in the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ)
Increased visibility and discoverability: On average, we have eight times more readers for open access articles than for traditionally published articles. Higher readership could result in more citations for your paper.
Impact beyond academia: Your article will be made freely and permanently available online to all. Your research could inform and develop public policy and teaching practices, be read by the public, or even be picked up by the media!
Heriot-Watt University, UK
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Explore the most-read articles from Urban, Planning & Transport Research
|Bicycle infrastructure: can good design encourage cycling?||Angela Hull & Craig O’Hollera|
|Public transportation in metropolitan Lagos, Nigeria: analysis of public transport users’ socioeconomic characteristics||Taofiki Salau|
|Dar es Salaam city temporal growth and its influence on transportation||Charles Cosmas Mkalawa & Pan Haixiao|
|Urban poverty and informal motorcycle transport services in a Nigerian intermediate settlement: a synthesis of operative motives and satisfaction||Abubakar Zakariyya Al-Hasan, Shaka Momoh & Lucky Eboreime|
Why publish open access?
Open Access (OA) means your research is free to access online as soon as it is published, meaning anyone can read (and cite) your work. Increase readership, impact beyond your field, and retain the copyright to your article.
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