Prof.dr. G.P. (Bert) van Wee

 

Bert van Wee is professor in Transport Policy at Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands, faculty Technology, Policy and Management. In addition he is scientific director of TRAIL research school. His main interests are in long-term developments in transport, in particular in the areas of accessibility, land-use transport interaction, (evaluation of) large infrastructure projects, the environment, safety, policy analyses and ethics.

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His research interests are in transport policy relevant issues, such as environmental impacts, accessibility, evaluation of policies, plans, and infrastructure projects, land-use and transport interaction, transport and ethics, and the role of technology in the transport system and related policy relevant effects.

  • Innovations in transport and logistics
    2018/2019
    Master Systems Engineering, Policy Analysis & Man.
    ECTS: 5
  • Transport 1
    2018/2019
    Bachelor Technische Bestuurskunde
    ECTS: 5
  • Transport 2
    2018/2019
    Bachelor Technische Bestuurskunde
    ECTS: 5
  • Fundamental Domain Knowledge
    TRAIL Research school
    ECTS: 4
  • How to write a literature review paper?
    TRAIL Research school
    ECTS: 4
  • The societal relevance of your PhD thesis
    TRAIL Research school
    ECTS: 1
  • SEN1311 COSEM Research Challenges
    Writing a literature review paper (4 hours)
    ECTS: 5
  • CT3200 Infrastructure Planning & Governance
    Accessibility & infrastructure and ethics (2 hours)
    ECTS: 3
  • Van Wee, B. (2016), accessible accessibility research challenges. Journal of Transport Geography  51 9-16
  • Van wee, B., D. Banister (2016) How to write a literature review paper? Transport Reviews 36(2) 278-288
  • Lucas, K., B. van Wee, K. Maat (2016), A method to evaluate equitable accessibility: combining ethical theories and accessibility-based approaches. Transportation 43: 473-490
  • Van Wee, B., B√∂rjesson, M.  (2015), How to make CBA more suitable for evaluating cycling policies.  Transport Policy 44 117-124
  • Van Wee, B. (2015), Peak car: The first signs of a shift towards ICT-based activities replacing travel? A discussion paper. Transport Policy 42, 1-3
  • Van Wee, B. (2012) How suitable is CBA for the ex-ante evaluation of transport projects and policies? A discussion from the perspective of ethics, Transport Policy 19 (1) 1-7.
  • Van Wee, B., P. Rietveld, H. Meurs (2006), Is average daily travel time expenditure constant? In search of explanations for an increase in average travel time. Journal of Transport Geography, Vol. 14 (2006), p. 109-122
  • Geurs, K.T. B. van Wee (2004), Accessibility evaluation of land-use and transport strategies: review and research directions, Journal of Transport Geography, 12 (2) 127-140

More publications

  • Van Wee, B. (2011), Transport and ethics. Ethics and the evaluation of transport policies and projects. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar
  • Priemus, H., B. van Wee (Eds.) (2013), International Handbook on Mega-Projects. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
  • Van Wee, B., J.A. Annema, D. Banister (Eds.) (2013), The transport system and transport policy. An introduction. Cheltenham, UK / Northampton, Massachusetts: Edward Elgar
  • Priemus, H., B. Flyvbjerg, B. van Wee (eds.) (2008), Decision-making on mega projects. Cost-benefit analysis, planning and innovation. Chelterham, UK, Northhampton, MA, USA: Edward Elgar
  • Verhoef, E., M. Bliemer, L. Steg, B. van Wee (2008), Pricing in road transport. A Multi-disciplinary perspective. Cheltenham, UK, Northhampton, MA, USA: Edward Elgar.
  • Bruinsma, F., H. Priemus, P. Rietveld, B. Van Wee (eds.) (2008), Railway development. Impacts on urban dynamics. Heidelberg: Physica Verlag
  • Verhoef, E., M. Bliemer, L. Steg, B. van Wee (2008), Pricing in road transport. A Multi-disciplinary perspective. Cheltenham, UK, Northhampton, MA, USA: Edward Elgar.

About 50-100 interviews per year, TV, Radio, newspapers and others

Most referred to Dutch professor (all disciplines) in the seven largest Dutch media websites (TV, radio, newspapers)  - see article

* All money obtained via paid work is paid to Delft University of Technology, with the exception of a small amount of money to compensate for non-declared work related expenses


Bert van Wee

Professor

Department:
Engineering Systems and Services

Group:
Transport and Logistics

Secretary: 
Betty van Koppen

Research interests:
Transport Policy
Accessibility
Land use
Environment
Safety
Ethics


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Prof.dr. G.P. van Wee