Publications - The Netherlands Mobility Panel
52 publications on The Netherlands Mobility Panel
Has COVID led to a structural change in travel behaviour?
In 2020, measures were taken for the first time in the Netherlands to combat the spread of the coronavirus. The fear of infection ...
Online shopping and COVID-19: the effects on mobility and transport
In the coming years, Dutch consumers will order goods, groceries and meals online significantly more often than before 2020. This ...
The widespread car ownership in the Netherlands
Outside the larger cities in the Netherlands, the number of car-dependent people is growing, as the travel distance to ...
Presentation: The impact of COVID 19 on mobility in the Netherlands
KiM presentation 'The impact of COVID 19 on mobility in the Netherlands' held at the ITF Pre-Summit Research Day 2021.
E-bike user groups and substitution effects: evidence from longitudinal travel data in the Netherlands
In recent years, the e-bike has become increasingly popular in many European countries. With higher speeds and less effort ...
The relationship between health and active travel
The KiM Netherlands Institute for Transport Policy Analysis studied how cycling and walking influence health and vice versa. The ...
Looking back at the 4th MPN Symposium
On Thursday September 24th, we organized the 4th edition of the MPN symposium, this time online. We look back on an interesting ...
New insights into mobility and the coronavirus crisis
Summary of the study 'New insights into mobility and the coronavirus crisis' by the Netherlands Institute for Transport Policy ...
Mobility and the coronavirus crisis
A significant part of the Dutch expect their travel behaviour and work situation to change permanently due to the coronavirus ...
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 ...