Our work to help the Scottish Government reach their emission targets for transport spans analysis of the uptake of electric vehicles, the impact of introducing Low Emission Zones, and how to encourage changes to our daily travel habits.
A current focus is to understand public perceptions towards the uptake of future low carbon mobility systems.
Meet our transport researchers
Llinos' research at the Institute for Transport Studies at the University of Leeds seeks to understand public perceptions towards the uptake of future low carbon mobility systems (for example Ultra Low Emission Vehicles, Connected Autonomous Vehicles and Mobility as a Service). The aim is to identify numerous consumer groups which can be used to inform policy and modelling of future mobility systems.
Llinos’s most recent research (PhD), examined energy use in an industrial work environment. Through a mixed-methods approach her research provided rich empirical insight into the individual and organisational determinants of energy use, and assisted in the design of a multi-scalar workplace energy culture framework to inform future research on energy use in workplaces.