Looking Back at Seven Years AUNT-SUE


ACCESSIBILITY AND USER NEEDS IN TRANSPORT FOR SUSTAINABLE URBAN ENVIRONMENTS (AUNT-SUE) is a cross-disciplinary project that comprises leading   researchers in urban transport, design and social inclusion. The project was funded between 2004 and 2010 by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC).


End of July 2010, the AUNT-SUE consortium submitted its final report to EPSRC - Showing that over 180 separate outputs have been produced to date, including:


11  Journal articles (inc. 3 Professional journals)

37  Conference papers/published in proceedings

77  Conference presentations

07  Exhibitions

03  Book chapters

12  Workshops (inc. 7 professional body/CPD events)

28  Reports (inc. lit. reviews, case studies, user guides)

10  AUNT-SUE newsletters (see below)


Most of these have been uploaded onto this website (www.aunt-sue.info). The team also presented its research at 15 AUNT-SUE events with total audiences of 700. The latest two took place on January the 13th 2010.