Professor Graham Parkhurst is Professor of Sustainable Mobility and Director of the Centre for Transport & Society, UWE Bristol, UK. Graham has degrees in psychology (BA University of Warwick), biological anthropology (MSc University of Oxford) and transport geography (PhD University of Oxford), and has worked in transport and mobility studies since 1991. His current research interests are examining the wider implications of the trends to greater automation, electrification, flexibility and use of digital technologies in the transport sector. He has providing social and behavioural research leadership in respect of UK-Government-funded (Innovate UK) research consortia examining connected and automated vehicles (Venturer, Flourish, CAPRI, and MultiCAV) and flexible collective transport solutions (Mobility on Demand Laboratory Environment). Electric mobility, instead, is the focus of a European Commission-funded project (Replicate) which seeks to pilot and ‘upscale’ electric car and cycle sharing. Graham also teaches Transport Policy at Masters’ level, and led the UWE contribution to the EC-funded project EVIDENCE, which evaluated the quantity and quality of evidence that Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans are effective.