Looking back on a well-attended third Netherlands Mobility symposium

On April 10th, 2018 KiM organised the third Netherlands Mobility symposium. Over 80 guests from the Netherlands and abroad visited the symposium in The Hague. During the instructive day the results of 11 studies were presented. All studies were based on either data from the Mobility Panel Netherlands (MPN) or other panel studies.

With answers to questions such as:

  • How does travel behaviour change when people buy an e-bike?
  • What is the relationship between daily mobility patterns and the attitude towards modes?
  • What is the most important for the choice of a residential location: the living environment, the amenities in the neighbourhood or the possibilities for commuting?

Questions? Please contact Krisje Wijgergangs or Mathijs de Haas


Presenter Organisation
Introduction MPN Symposium 2018 Sascha Hoogendoorn-Lanser, Krisje Wijgergangs en Mathijs de Haas KiM Netherlands Institute for Transport Policy Analysis
Surveys with smartphone, laptop or tablet: mixed devices and mode effects in the MPN Toon Zijlstra KiM Netherlands Institute for Transport Policy Analysis
Dynamics in travel behaviour: who changes mode, why and when? A longitudinal analysis of mode choice behaviour in the Netherlands Marie-Jose Olde Kalter University of Twente / Goudappel Coffeng
User characteristics and trip patterns of e-bike use in the Netherlands

Lucas Harms en Maarten Kroesen

KiM Netherlands Institute for Transport Policy Analysis/ Delft University of Technology
Is active travel a stable physical activity behaviour? Evidence from the German Mobility Panel Christine Eisenmann Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Wayfinding styles: The relationship with mobility patterns & navigational preferences Lara-Britt Zomer

Delft University of Technology

Geographical distances between separated parents: A longitudinal analysis Michael Thomas University of Groningen
Assessing Car Dependence: Development of a Comprehensive Survey Approach Based on the Concept of a Travel Skeleton. Sascha von Behren Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Latent classes of daily mobility patterns: The relationship with attitudes towards modes Danique Ton Delft University of Technology
Travel preferences and travel behaviour in a world with MaaS: first insights from literature Anne Durand en Lucas Harms KiM Netherlands Institute for Transport Policy Analysis
The trade-off between housing, amenities and accessibility: a stated preference experiment with employed individuals from the MPN  Ori Rubin en Toon Zijlstra

PBL Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency/ KiM Netherlands Institute for Transport Policy Analysis

A mode choice model for elasticities of panel data with inertia effects Paul van Beek en Lissy La Paix Puello Goudappel Coffeng/ University of Twente