MOTORCYCLES

Motorcycles, management, modelling and policy

Tzu-Chang, L., Polak, J., Bell, M. G. H., & Wigan, M. R. (2012). The kinematic features of motorcycles in congested urban networks. Accident Analysis and Prevention. November 29:203-211. [See also Tzu-Chang’s PhD Thesis at Imperial College London, for more detailed background to this program of work] Pre publication version linked only

Tzu-Chang, L., Polak, J., Bell, M. G. H., & Wigan, M. R. (2010). The Passenger Car Unit values of motorcycles at the beginning of a green period and in a saturation flow. Paper presented at the 12th World Conference on Transport Research (WCTR), Lisbon, Portugal.

Tzu-Chang, L., Polak, J., Bell, M. G. H., & Wigan, M. R. (2010). The PCU Values of Motorcycles in congested flow. Transportation Research Board 89th Annual General Meeting. CDRom ed. Washington DC, TRB.

Burge, P., Fox, J., Kouwenhoven, M., Rohr, C., & Wigan, M. R. (2007). The modelling of motorcycle ownership and usage: a UK study. Transportation Research Record: J Transportation Research Board(2031), 59-68.

Lee, T.-C., Polak, J. W., Bell, M. G. H., & Wigan, M. R. (2006). A two dimensional kinematic model for the following behaviour of motorcyclists in mixed traffic flow (Working Paper). London: Centre for Transport Studies, Imperial College London.

RAND Europe. (2004). Motorcycles and congestion: the effect of modal shift: Phase1 Report (No. RED-03057-01). Cambridge UK: RAND Europe for WSP Policy and Research UK for client: Uk Department for Transport.

RAND Europe. (2004). Motorcycles and congestion: the effect of modal shift: Phase1 Report Appendix (No. RED-03057-01). Cambridge UK: RAND Europe for WSP Policy and Research UK for client: Uk Department for Transport.

WSP Policy and Research UK, RAND Europe, Accent Marketing, & Oxford Systematics. (2004). Motorcycles and congestion: the effect of modal shift: Summary Final Report. Cambridge UK: WSP for Uk Department for Transport.

WSP Policy and Research UK. (2004). Motorcycles and congestion: the effect of modal shift: Phase 2 - Modelling Methodology. Cambridge UK: WSP for Uk Department for Transport.

WSP Policy and Research UK. (2004). Motorcycles and congestion: the effect of modal shift: Phase 3 policy testing. Cambridge UK: WSP for Uk Department for Transport.

Wigan, M. R. (2004). 05 07 MCROLESFinalREPORT5a.pdf(Contribution to VicRoads R and D Project P901 2004(but not a report OF VicRoads)). Melbourne: Oxford Systematics with input from Motorcycle Safety Services as a report to VicRoads. Powerpoints here

Wigan, M. R. (2004). Characteristics of motorcycle crashes (Motorcycle Note No. 11 VicRoads Document 01307). Melbourne: VicRoads.

Wigan, M. R. (2003). Hazard detection and anticipation (Motorcycle Note No. 10 VicRoads Publication 01115). Melbourne: VicRoads.

Wigan, M. R., & Patterson, D. (2002). Motorcycle identification options: ITS and visual variations (Consultant Report No. OS2/2002). Melbourne: Oxford Systematics for VicRoads.

Wigan, M. R. (2002). Visual front motorcycle number Identification suitable for photographic camera detection (Consultant Report No. OS 1/2002). Melbourne: Oxford Systematics for VicRoads. Excel variable costing model here.

Wigan, M. R. (2002). Motorcycles as a full mode of transportation. Transportation Research Record (1818), 39-46.

Wigan, M. R. (2001). Designing for motorcycle clearances (Motorcycle Note No. 6 VicRoads Publication 549). Melbourne: VicRoads.

Wigan, M. R. (2001). Motorcycle signage (Motorcycle Note No. 8 VicRoads Publication .800). Melbourne: VicRoads.

Wigan, M. R. (2001). Provision of on road motorcycle parking (Motorcycle Note No. 7 VicRoads Publication 00701). Melbourne: VicRoads.

Wigan, M. R. (2001). Clear zones and roadside hazards (Motorcycle Note No. 9 VicRoads Publication 00859). Melbourne: VicRoads.

Wigan, M. R. (2001). Motorcycles as transport. Paper presented at the Australian Institute of Traffic Planning and Management National Conference June, Melbourne  Australia.

Wigan, M. R. (2001). Motorcycles as transport. Paper presented at the Association for European Transport September 10-13, Homerton College Cambridge UK.

Wigan, M. R. (2000). Motorcycles as transport: Volume 2 - Appendices to Powered two wheelers in Victoria (VMAC Report 2000-1-2 No. ISBN  0 7322 9023 8). Melbourne Australia: Vicroads on behalf of the Motorcycle Advisory Council by Oxford Systematics.

Wigan, M. R. (2000). Motorcycles as transport: Volume 1 - Powered two wheelers in Victoria (VMAC Report 2000-1-1 No. ISBN  0 7322 9023 8). Melbourne Australia: Vicroads on behalf of the Motorcycle Advisory Council by Oxford Systematics.

Wigan, M. R. (2000). Road markings and slippery surfaces (Motorcycle Note No. 4 VicRoads Publication 479). Melbourne: VicRoads.

Wigan, M. R. (2000). Consultation for motorcycle measures (Motorcycle Note No. 2 VicRoads Publication 382). Melbourne: VicRoads.

Wigan, M. R. (2000). Designing for the unexpected (Motorcycle Note No. 5 VicRoads Publication 543). Melbourne: VicRoads.

Wigan, M. R. (2000). Loose surfaces and motorcycles (Motorcycle Note No. 3 VicRoads Publication 478). Melbourne: VicRoads.

Wigan, M. R. (2000). Consultation for motorcycle measures (Motorcycle Note No. 2 VicRoads Publication 382). Melbourne: VicRoads.

Wigan, M. R. (1999). Motorcycle Advisory Council Workshop (Motorcycle Note No. 1 VicRoads Publication 330). Melbourne: VicRoads.

Jenkins, S. E., & Wigan, M. R. (1986). The applicability of a motorcycle headlamp modulator as a device for enhancing daytime conspicuity. Transportation Research Record(1047), 88-92.

Wigan, M. R., & Thoresen, T. R. L. (1979). The age distribution and life of motorcycles in Australia and the implications for Design Rules. Australian Road Research, 9(1), 20-29.

Wigan, M. R. (1979). : Motorcycle safety - a review of information gathered from overseas: January, 1978 (Research Report No. ARR 91). Vermont, Victoria: Australian Road Research Board.

Wigan, M. R. (1977). User issues in motorcycle safety: Japanese text (Translated from the Proceedings of the ARRB-DoT Motorcycle Safety Symposium): Honda Motor Company, Tokyo, Japan.

Wigan, M. R. (1977). Overseas visit report - Japan (August 1977). Motorcycle safety, transport and traffic (Research Report No. ARR 78). Vermont, Victoria: Australian Road Research Board.

Wigan, M. R. (1976). User issues in motorcycle safety. In ARRB-DOT Symposium on Motorcycles and Safety (pp. 95-118). Vermont, Victoria: Australian Road Research Board.

Wigan, M. R. (1976). Motorcycle Safety: A selectively annotated bibliography. In ARRB-DOT Symposium on Motorcycles and Safety (pp. 221-242). Vermont, Victoria: Australian Road Research Board.

Updated and edited on 14 January 2017