ITT Staff Publications

Adam Andreski, Managing the Transition from Force Account Road Maintenance to Contracting - Paper presented to the 23rd World Road Congress in  Paris, 17-21 September 2007 (Download French Version) (with S Seth & W Walker)

Adam Andreski, Case Study of Road Funds in Ghana, Malawi and Tanzania - paper comments on the levels of financing and how institutional arrangements have influenced the management and financing of the maintenance and development of their respective road networks. The paper was prepared for the  Senior Executive Course 2005 organised by the University of Birmingham.

Adam Andreski, Construction Industry Transparency - paper presented at Tanzania’s Annual Road Convention, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, 30 November 2007 (with Catherine Stansbury)

Adam Andreski, Road Asset Valuations -This paper compares the methods of using the Road User Charge model and allocating according to asset value with Tanzania as an example. The paper was prepared for the the Senior Executive Course 2005 organised by the University of Birmingham.

Adam Andreski, Road Investment for Sustainability of Network and Domestic Contractors - paper presented to the International Seminar on Sustainable Road Financing and investment April 2007, Arusha, Tanzania

Adam Andreski, Rural Accessibility and Mobility in Ntchisi District, Malawi - paper presented to the PIARC Seminar on Sustainable Access and Local Resource Solution, November 28-30, 2005, Siem Reap, Cambodia (with by , Charles Kaira and Jephthah Chagunda)

Farhad Ahmed, A Practical Methodology for Identifying Poor and Non-Poor Travellers in Roadside Surveys in Developing Countries - paper presented to the 10th World Conference on Transport Research, July 4-8, 2004, Istanbul, Turkey  (with Kirit Vaidya)

Farhad Ahmed, “Formulating Rural Road Policy and Strategy in a Developing Country Environment with Key Stakeholders including Academic Institutions” Proceedings for the International Conference on Engineering Education and Research in Melbourne, Australia, December 2-7, 2007 (with P. O’Neill and D. Salter)

Farhad Ahmed, Rural Travellers’ Time Savings in Developing Countries: Can They be Measured and Do They Matter? - paper presented to the 11th World Conference on Transport Research, June 24-28 June, 2007, Berkeley, USA (Kirit Vaidya, & Mark Wardman)

Farhad Ahmed, Socio-Economic Investigations for Rural Value of Time Studies in Developing Countries: Combining Qualitative and Quantitative Methods - paper presented to the 11th World Conference on Transport Research, June 24-28 June, 2007, Berkeley, USA (with Kirit Vaidya, & Marcus Wattam)

Farhad Ahmed, The Valuation of Travel Time Savings in Least Developed Countries: Theoretical and Empirical Challenges and Results from a Field Study, - paper presented to the 10th World Conference on Transport Research, July 4-8, 2004, Istanbul, Turkey

Gary Taylor, Escalating road costs in Zambia– what are the reasons?, Regional Conference on Innovations in Road Financing and Management, Arusha, Tanzania, 26-27 August 2010 (with Abdul Awadh)

Gary Taylor, Alternative Approaches to District Road Maintenance, Regional Conference on Innovations in Road Financing and Management, Arusha, Tanzania, 26-27 August 2010 (with Abdul Awadh)

Gary Taylor, Building Capacity to Deliver Effective Transport Infrastructure: Lessons from experience, The presentation was made to the “Engineering a Better World: The Role of the Civil Engineer in Humanitarian Assistance and International Development” conference held at the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE), UK in March 2010.

Rachel Flanary, The Potential for IMT Hire Centres to Improve Rural Access and Mobility: The Case of Community Hire Centres in Northern Region, Ghana - paper presented to the PIARC Seminar on Sustainable Access and Local Resource Solution, November 28-30, 2005, Siem Reap, Cambodia (with Ron Dennis)

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