Research Outputs

Book(s) & Chapters

Acheampong R.A. (2019). Spatial planning in Ghana: Origins, contemporary reforms and practices, and new perspectives. Urban Book Series Springer (13 chapters, approx 280 pages).

Cugurullu F & Acheampong R.A., (2019). Smart cities and autonomous transport. Invited chapter contribution in Routledge Handbook of Urban Mobilities (eds) Ole B. Jensen, Claus Lassen, Vincent Kaufmann, Malene Freudendal-Pedersen, and Ida Sofie Gøtzsche Lange

Journal Articles

Acheampong, R. A., & Siiba, A. (2019). Modelling the determinants of car-sharing adoption intentions among young adults: the role of attitude, perceived benefits, travel expectations and socio-demographic factors. Transportation, 1-24.

Acheampong R.A., & Cugurullu F. (2019). Capturing the behavioural determinants behind the adoption of autonomous vehicles:  conceptual framework and measurement models to predict public transport, sharing and ownership trends of self-driving cars. Transportation Research Part F: Psychology and Behaviour

Acheampong, R. A. (2018). Towards incorporating location choice into integrated land use and transport planning and policy: A multi-scale analysis of residential and job location choice behaviour. Land Use Policy, 78, 397-409.

Acheampong R.A., Cugurullu F, Dusparic I & and Guériau M (2018) An examination of user adoption behavior of autonomous vehicles and urban sustainability implications. International Scientific Conference on Mobility and Transport Urban Mobility – Shaping the Future Together mobil.TUM 2018, 13-14 June 2018, Munich, Germany. Transportation Research Procedia [Extended Abstract]

Acheampong, R. A., & Siiba, A. (2018). Examining the determinants of utility bicycling using a socio-ecological framework: An exploratory study of the Tamale Metropolis in Northern Ghana. Journal of Transport Geography69, 1-10.

Acheampong, R. A. (2017). Towards Sustainable Urban Transportation in Ghana: Exploring Adults’ Intention to Adopt Cycling to Work Using Theory of Planned Behaviour and Structural Equation Modelling. Transportation in developing economies3(2), 18.

Acheampong R. A., Agyemang, F. S., & Abdul-Fatawu, M. (2017). Quantifying the spatio-temporal patterns of settlement growth in a metropolitan region of Ghana. GeoJournal82(4), 823-840.

Acheampong, R. A., & Ibrahim, A. (2016). one nation, two planning systems? Spatial planning and multi-level policy integration in Ghana. Urban Forum 27 (1), 1-18.

Acheampong, R. A. (2016). The family housing sector in urban Ghana: exploring the dynamics of tenure arrangements and the nature of family support networks. IDPR, 38(3), 297-316.

Acheampong, R. A., & Silva, E. A. (2015). Land use–transport interaction modeling: A review of the literature and future research directions. Journal of Transport and Land use8(3), 11-38.

Sun, G., Acheampong, R. A., Lin, H., & Pun, V. C. (2015). Understanding walking behavior among university students using theory of planned behavior. International journal of environmental research and public health, 12(11), 13794-13806.

Acheampong, R. A., & Anokye, P. A. (2015). Housing for the urban poor: towards alternative financing strategies for low-income housing development in Ghana. IDPR, 37(4), 445-465

Reports & Thesis

Acheampong R.A, Thomoupolos N, Marten K, Beyazıt E, Cugurullo F. and Dusparic I. (2018), Literature review on the social challenges of autonomous transport. STSM Report for COST Action CA16222 “Wider Impacts and Scenario Evaluation of Autonomous and Connected Transport (WISE-ACT).

Acheampong, R. A. (2017). Understanding the Co-emergence of Urban Location Choice and Mobility Patterns: Empirical Studies and an Integrated Geospatial and Agent-based Model (Doctoral thesis).

Silva, E. A., & Acheampong, R. A. (2015). Developing an Inventory and Typology of Land-Use Planning Systems and Policy Instruments in OECD Countries. OECD Environment Working Papers, (94), 01.