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Exploratory study of alternative trip data collection methods
The use of smartphone technology is the most promising alternative for collecting data for large-scale national travel surveys, ...
Mobility Report 2017
In 2016, approximately 60 percent of the total number of passenger kilometres in the Netherlands were travelled by car. This ...
Paths to a self-driving future
A future in which self-driving cars define the traffic landscape: what will this look like and when could we expect this future ...
The potential of the long-haul low-cost business model and its impact on the Netherlands
It is expected that low-cost carriers (LCCs) will operate more on long-haul. However, the long-haul low-cost (LHLC) business ...
Infographic Innovations in public transportation available in English
Innovations in public transportation often pertain to minor improvements in quality and seldom to large-scale leaps for the ...
New data Mobility Panel Netherlands (MPN) available
New MPN-data are available for scientific as well as policy analyses. It concerns the data obtained in 2014 (wave 2). The data ...
The choice of the passenger
People want to get from A to B as quickly as possible, according to research into the desires of the travelling public. The ...
Future perspectives for bicycle use in five essays
The Netherlands is on the move as a cycling country. Over the past decade, Dutch people have begun to cycle more frequently and ...
Calculating the economic impact that the use of public funds has on sea ports
A number of recently published studies have calculated the economic effects of government investment in ports or of other ...
My car, your car, our car
The Netherlands has approximately 90,000 car sharers and 14,000 shared cars. Approximately 1% of Dutch people aged 18 and older ...