Promising groups for Mobility-as-a-Service in the Netherlands
The early adopters of the Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) platform in the Netherlands will be people with hypermobile lifestyles. ...
Work Programme 2019
This list includes all projects of the 2019 Work Programme of the KiM Netherlands Institute for Transport Policy Analysis. Please ...
Key transport figures 2018
The KiM Netherlands Institute for Transport Policy Analysis annually publishes the latest figures for the Dutch transport sector. ...
Emperical estimation of effects of flexible working on mobility and congestion in the Netherlands 2000-2016
Flexible working, enhanced by information and communication technologies, seems relevant for transport policy, but information ...
Exploring Mobility-as-a-Service: insights from literature and focus group meetings
Are people willing to accept MaaS as a new transport service (on a daily basis)? The KiM Netherlands Institute for Transport ...
Conceptual frameword for impact assessment of disctance-based road pricing for heavy goods vehicles
What are the potential effects of distance-based heavy good vehicle road pricing? In the latest Dutch cabinet coalition agreement ...
Traveling Mode Choice Modeling from Cross-Sectional Survey and Panel Data: The Inclusion of Initial Nonresponse
Decision-making in transport planning, as in other planning activities, requires prediction of the impacts of proposed policies ...
State-of-the-art of incentive strategies – Implications for longitudinal travel surveys
There is a recent decline in the willingness of respondents to participate in surveys. The provision of incentives is one of the ...
Using Inverted Relative Entropy to Determine the Representativeness of Samples in Mobility Panels
Travel behaviour is influenced by many factors. Changes in travel patterns can typically be derived from panel data. However, ...
Mobility-as-a-Service and changes in travel preferences and travel behaviour: a literature review (English)
The KiM Netherlands Institute for Transport Policy Analysis wanted to know if people are willing to accept Mobility-as-a-Service ...