Dr David Jaroszweski researches the potential impacts of climate change on transportation systems.
This research adopts a multidisciplinary approach and includes assessing the current relationships between weather and transport failure, the potential impact of climate change and the effect that concurrent socio-economic change may have on the future resilience of transport networks.
David works on the EPSRC funded FUTURENET (Future Resilient Transport Networks) project.
Jaroszweski, D. (In preparation). The impact of weather on rail operations on the West Coast Mainline.
Jaroszweski, D; Petts, J.I. (In preparation) Organisational culture, priorities and climate change response: evidence from the road freight sector.
Jaroszweski, D. (2011). (In press) The potential impact of climate change on UK road freight transport. In Ryley, T. Chapman, L. Transport and Climate change.
Jaroszweski, D; Chapman, L. & Petts, J.I. (2010). Assessing the potential impact of climate change on transportation: The need for an interdisciplinary approach. Journal of Transport Geography, 18, 331-335.
Chapman, L; Jaroszweski, D. (2008). The drive for environmental change. UNESCO International Year of Planet Earth, Official Launch Publication.