Looking back at the 4th MPN Symposium

On Thursday September 24th, we organized the 4th edition of the MPN symposium, this time online. We look back on an interesting afternoon with i.a. a keynote by Kay Axhausen on Swiss experiences with long duration surveys and presentations on developments in the MPN.  Furthermore,  studies with MPN and other panels were presented. Not to forget the discussions about i.a. policy implications and a panel discussion on developments in mobility and related research directions. Special attention was given to on-demand mobility services/MaaS, data & methods, mobility & health and the effects of the coronavirus crisis.

We thank all speakers, chairs and participants for their contributions. Would you like to look into the presentations? You can find them (and the program overview) below.

Or watch the new animation movie about the MPN.

Download "Keynote: Swiss longer duration surveys: Experiences and Insights" 1/13

PDF document | 33 pages | 1.2 MB

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Download "Introduction to MPN and developments in MPN (dutch)" 2/13

PDF document | 6 pages | 3.9 MB

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Download "MaaS and pooled on-demand services" 3/13

PDF document | 20 pages | 3.9 MB

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Download "The role of on-demand services in the urban mobility mix" 4/13

PDF document | 15 pages | 955 kB

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Download "Promising groups and trips for MaaS in the Netherlands" 5/13

PDF document | 21 pages | 754 kB

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Download "State-of-the-art of longitudinal travel surveys" 6/13

PDF document | 9 pages | 593 kB

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Download "Image-based activity pattern segmentation using longitudinal data of the German Mobility Panel" 7/13

PDF document | 17 pages | 1.6 MB

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Download "A new perspective on the role of attitudes in explaining travel behavior" 8/13

PDF document | 31 pages | 1.4 MB

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Download "Mobility and the corona crisis- implications for working from home (dutch)" 9/13

PDF document | 12 pages | 593 kB

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Download "Mobility and the corona crisis- implications for train travel (dutch)" 10/13

PDF document | 17 pages | 270 kB

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Download "How commuting affects subjective wellbeing" 11/13

PDF document | 33 pages | 1 MB

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Download "The relationship between health and active travel" 12/13

PDF document | 18 pages | 551 kB

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Download "Research plans MPN (dutch)" 13/13

PDF document | 6 pages | 613 kB

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Opening session

  • Keynote “Swiss longer duration surveys: Experiences and Insights” (Kay Axhausen, ETH Zürich)
  • Introduction to MPN and developments in MPN (Mathijs de Haas, KiM)

Parallel session round 1

MaaS & on-demand transport services:

  • MaaS and pooled on-demand services: Drivers and barriers regarding their potential adoption in (sub)urban areas of the Netherlands (Maria Alonso Gonzalez, TU Delft)
  • The role of on-demand services in the urban mobility mix (Nejc Geržinic, TU Delft)
  • Promising groups and trips for MaaS in the Netherlands (Anne Durand, KiM)

Data & methods:

  • State-of-the-art of longitudinal travel surveys – A comparison of the MOP and MPN (Lisa Ecke, KIT)
  • Image-based activity pattern segmentation using longitudinal data of the German Mobility Panel (Bastian Chlond, KIT)
  • A new perspective on the role of attitudes in explaining travel behavior: A psychological network model (Maarten Kroesen, TU Delft)

Parallel session round 2

Effects Corona:

  • Mobility and the corona crisis- implications for working from home (Marije Hamersma, KiM)
  • Corona and mobility- Mobility and the corona crisis- implications for train travel (Mark van Hagen, NS & Danique Ton, TU Delft)

Mobility & Health:

  • How commuting affects subjective wellbeing (Ben Clark, UWE Bristol)
  • The relationship between health and active travel (Mathijs de Haas, KiM)

Closing session

  • Panel discussion with Caspar Chorus (TU Delft), Tim Schwanen (Oxford University) & Lennart Salemink (Ministerie IenW) about recent developments in mobility and research directions (presentation not available)
  • Research plans MPN (Mathijs de Haas, KiM)