Surveys with smartphone, laptop or tablet: mixed devices and mode effects in the MPN
Web-based surveys are nowadays by definition mixed-mode surveys: respondents use various devices to administer the online survey. ...
The use of bicycles and e-bikes is growing; however, large spatial and social differences can be observed in the trends. This is ...
Stormy seas ahead? Potential impact of Brexit on the Dutch maritime sector (English summary)
The KiM Netherlands Institute for Transport Policy Analysis conducted research into the potential impact of Brexit on the Dutch ...
Innovations in Mobility
Drones in passenger and freight transport
In future drones can be deployed in certain passenger and freight transport markets in the Netherlands. Speed is a key advantage ...
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 Dutch)
In 2016, approximately 60 percent of the total number of passenger kilometres in the Netherlands were travelled by car. This ...
Measurement of non-random attrition effects on mobility rates using trip diaries data
This paper examines the influence of panel attrition on the intrapersonal dynamics in self-reported trip rates, using the data ...
Computer assisted web-interviewing with mixed-devices: a panel study perspective
Nowadays, respondents complete online surveys using smartphones, tablets or traditional devices. This presents a challenge for ...
Identifying different types of observed immobility within longitudinal travel surveys
In every travel survey there are respondents who did not report any trips on a given day. It is important to distinguish truly ...