This volume of the 11th International Conference on Travel Behaviour Research, held in Kyoto, Japan, in August 2006, examines key issues and emerging trends in the growing field of travel behaviour. Advances in ICT, changes in economic factors/economic climate, and the problems of travel congestion all contribute to changes in our lifestyles and consequently our travel needs and desires, thus impacting on travel behaviour. These proceedings reflect valuable discussions on such issues relating to the expanding sphere of travel behaviour analysis. Specifically, the "Proceedings of the 11th Conference of the International Association for Travel Behaviour Research" contain: the keynote speeches of Professor John Urry of Lancaster University (sociology) and Professor Masahisa Fujita of (then) Kyoto University (economics); workshop resource papers by eminent authors in nine subject areas; synthesis papers (with a focus on Asian developments); and, 16 research papers selected from presentation sessions. All papers, including the workshop reports, were reviewed by at least two referees'.