Assessing Car Dependence: Development of a Comprehensive Survey Approach Based on the Concept of a Travel Skeleton
In order to understand markets for any forms of mobility products (vehicles as well as services), it is important to investigate ...
Travel preferences and travel behaviour in a world with MaaS
Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) is a new transport concept in which existing and new mobility services are integrated into one ...
Geographical distances between separated parents: A longitudinal analysis
Many Western societies have witnessed long-term trends of increased separation and divorce, increased fathers’ involvement in ...
Latent classes of daily mobility patterns: The relationship with attitudes towards modes
In the past decade, public interest into active modes (i.e. walking and cycling) has increased significantly. Consequently, ...
Introduction MPN Symposium 2018
Introduction to the MPN symposium 2018.
Is active travel a stable physical activity behaviour? Evidence from the German Mobility Panel
Walking and cycling—active travel—can help adults achieve the World Health Organization’s recommended 150+ minutes of ...
User characteristics and trip patterns of e-bike use in the Netherlands
The sale of electrically assisted bicycles (e-bikes or pedelecs) is growing at a rapid rate across Europe. Within Europe, the ...
Dynamics in travel behaviour: who changes mode, why and when? A longitudinal analysis of mode choice behaviour in the Netherlands
Due to burgeoning economy, by 2022 traffic congestion is expected to have increased by 9 percent and travel delays by 28 percent, ...
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 ...