- Senior researcher
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Peter Jorritsma studied traffic engineering at Leeuwarden institute of technology (HTS) and human geography at the University of Groningen. He is an all-round researcher. Peter has almost 30 years experience with social science research and policy advice in the field of mobility. At KiM he focuses mainly on planning, social, cultural and demographic trends in relation to mobility and accessibility issues.
More time- and place-independent work: opportunities and obstacles (English summary)
Time- and place-independent work (such as at home or remotely or with altered working hours) can result in employees avoiding ...
Not carless, but car-later (English)
The travel behaviour of Dutch young adults (18–30) has changed. They travel less by car and are more inclined to use a bicycle ...
Differential analysis of indirect economic effects HSL-Zuid (English summary)
There is a limited difference in the indirect economic effects between the previously agreed offer for train services on the High ...
Directing transport hubs (English summary)
The national government decided to assume a role in transport hubs, arguing that it is in the national interest to so. But what ...
Focus on personal mobility (Dutch)
Various important societal trends, including aging, immigration, individualization and re-urbanization, influence the mobility of ...