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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, ...

Presentation | 10-04-2018

Introduction MPN Symposium 2018

Introduction to the MPN symposium 2018.

Presentation | 10-04-2018 | Sascha Hoogendoorn-Lanser, Krisje Wijgergangs, Mathijs de Haas

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 ...

Presentation | 10-04-2018

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 ...

Presentation | 10-04-2018

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, ...

Publication | 10-04-2018

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. ...

Presentation | 10-04-2018 | Toon Zijlstra

Measurement of non-random attrition effects on mobility rates using trip diaries data

This paper examines the influence of panel attrition on the intrapersonal dynamics in self-reported trip rates, using the data ...

Paper | 04-10-2017

Computer assisted web-interviewing with mixed-devices: a panel study perspective

Nowadays, respondents complete online surveys using smartphones, tablets or traditional devices. This presents a challenge for ...

Paper | 04-10-2017 | Toon Zijlstra, Krisje Wijgergangs, Sascha Hoogendoorn-Lanser

Identifying different types of observed immobility within longitudinal travel surveys

In every travel survey there are respondents who did not report any trips on a given day. It is important to distinguish truly ...

Paper | 04-10-2017 | Mathijs de Haas, Eline Scheepers, Sascha Hoogendoorn-Lanser

New insights in our daily mobility

The Netherlands Mobility Panel (MPN) has been actively compiling data for the past four years, during which time numerous ...

Video | 10-08-2017