Driver at the wheel? (English)
Self-driving cars can change our society radically. Whether that happens depends on how much the car can actually do itself, but ...
New findings in The Netherlands about induced demand and the benefits of new road infrastructure
Paper presented at European Transport Conference 2015
The Netherlands Mobility Panel : the first results
Leisure mobility in the internet age
Presented at the 14th International Conference on Travel Behaviour Research, London, 2015.
Trends in bicycle use in the Netherlands
Presented at 'Unravelling Urban Pedestrian & Cycle flows' in Amsterdam
Clearing the air (English summary)
The Netherlands is compliant with almost all the current emission ceilings and limit values for air pollutants, but this does not ...
Towards sustainable sea and inland waterway shipping by 2050 (English summary)
Operational measures and the application of existing technologies can drastically reduce the CO2, SO2, NOx and PM10 emitted by ...
Determinants of propensity to fly (English)
Flying has become a common form of travel. The main reasons not to fly are fear of flying and the cost of flying. Youngsters fly ...
Exploring the impact of household interactions on car use for home-based tours. A multilevel analysis of dynamics in travel mode choice in the Netherlands.
Presented at the XIII NECTAR International Conference, 14-16 June, Ann Arbor, USA.