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 ...
Work Programme 2018 (English)
This list includes all projects of the 2018 Work Programme of the KiM Netherlands Institute for Transport Policy Analysis. Please ...
The development of the use of public transport in the Netherlands 2005-2016 better explained (summery)
The total number of passenger-kilometres travelled by train in the Netherlands increased by 24 percent, from 15.2 billion in 2005 ...
Declaration to obtain access to MPN data
Wayfinding styles: The relationship with mobility patterns & navigational preferences
During this presentation we will talk about urban wayfinding behavior. In more words, the preferences, selection, and application ...
A mode choice model for elasticities of panel data with inertia effects
In the present paper, a mode choice model is estimated for: car driver, car passenger, BTM (bus-tram-metro), train, cycling and ...
The trade-off between housing, amenities and accessibility
We examine residential location preferences of employed individuals and the trade-offs they make regarding residential ...