Case Studies on Transport Policy

Dear Researcher,

Case Studies on Transport Policy (CSTP) is a young journal with a dedicated editorial team - Rosário Macário, Doina Olaru and Zong Tian - who invite transport policy case studies from every continent that are engaging, rich in information, relevant to all aspects of transport and land-use planning and to the impacts of transport to society, environment, economic development!

CSTP is the sister-journal to Transport Policy and offers in-depth theoretical analysis and detailed case studies. Thus it provides rich material for planners and practitioners to benefit from others’ experiences and make better-informed decisions. CSTP fills an important gap in the market for academic ideas, accelerating conversations between transport scholars and practitioners interested in learning from relevant cases.

Another distinctive feature of the journal is its multidisciplinarity, with engineers, economists, sociologists, data analysts, computer scientists, and policy makers, all collaborating to design well-articulated and effective solutions. CSTP papers are expected to yield findings that have implications for policy and management and present recommendations for practice.

Click on the links below to explore the journal today!

Learn about articles published recently in CSTP.

Read its latest open access article.

Learn which is CSTP’s most cited article.

Discover Virtual Special Issues on topics such as social exclusion, urban transport policy, sustainable transport, and transport in developing countries.

You can choose to publish your paper in the journal as either a subscription article or an open access article. For more information visit the journal homepage.

Take a look and consider submitting your paper to CSTP today!

Finally, if you are interested to support more closely the research community of CSTP and you are willing to help us in the peer review process, please let us know.

As you know, timely reviews are important to authors and are pivotal to the quality of any journal.

Thank you for your consideration.

Rosário, Doina, and Zong

Rosário Macário, Universidade de Lisboa, Lisbon, Portugal

Doina Olaru, University of Western Australia, Crawley, Australia
Zong Tian, University of Nevada, Reno, USA