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Alberts, Gijs (author)
(standing) E-scooters are a promising mode of transport; the vehicles are electrically powered, light, and fit in the dense urban landscape. However, little is known about the impact of these vehicles that can be expected when introduced in the Netherlands. In this paper, effect estimations of e-scooters on travel behaviour and society are made,...
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Piltz, Gunilla (author)
Municipal solid waste incineration (MSWI) bottom ash is a by-product of Waste-to-Energy recycling and has until today been used for construction purpose or been landfilled. Especially in the Netherlands the regulatory regime constantly changes and increases the applicability of novel materials from MSWI in construction. Due to the Green Deal a...
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Li, Jiahui (author)
These days, autonomous driving has become a popular topic in different fields and showed its unavoidable developing tendency. With the increasing application of autonomous vehicles, a mixed period of autonomous vehicles (AVs) and conventional vehicles (CVs) is inevitable. Therefore, some traffic management was proposed. Exclusive lanes for AVs...
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Teunissen, Floris (author)
After the Dutch government committed itself to the Paris Climate Agreement, there has been some development in policies that are introduced to limit the emissions of greenhouse gasses. These policies are introduced in the Dutch Climate Agreement. Some of these policies aim to stimulate the adoption rate of the battery electric vehicle into the...
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Overkleeft, Irene (author)
Since the trains are getting more crowded during the morning peak hour in The Netherlands, multiple problems arise for both railway travelers and railway operators. Therefore, new solutions are needed to be found, to reduce the peak hour demand in trains during the morning peak in The Netherlands. A possible solution appeared to be changing the...
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de Jonge, Eline (author)
COVID-19 has affected many economies all over the world. Due to COVID-19 employees worldwide are forced to completely work from home suddenly. There is not much literature yet on the effects of this sudden shift on productivity. This report aims to find the factors that influence productivity most while working remotely. An in-depth single case...
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Nekeman, Roy (author)
Humans have made a significant impact on the world. The built environment, agriculture, transportation, consumption, they all have their share in this impact. This research aims to find viable alternatives for carbon capture and utilization for small biomass plants that go beyond supplying CO2 to greenhouses. The research shows that carbon...
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Guðmundsson, Daníel (author)
The digital world allows for increased levels of innovative activity as well as cooperation, through the increased networking it provides. Innovations have often been the subject of academic literature, where scholars attempt to identify the success and failure factors of innovative endeavors. A review of the contemporary literature has...
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SARDA, ANURAG (author)
This thesis explores Indian construction industry safety measures and their benefit to cost ratios. In India, the construction sector is the second largest employer after agriculture. Around 50 million workers work in the construction sector to earn easy money at the end of the day. About 48,000 workers die in India due to occupational accidents...
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Keijzer, Sjoerd (author)
Rotterdam has to reduce emissions and different interventions are being implemented to contribute to the mission of achieving a sustainable, energy-efficient Rotterdam, with improved air quality. An unidentified intervention is the implementation of a car-free city centre which might be perfectly applicable in the specific case of Rotterdam....
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Floor, Matthias (author)
Cities are on the rise: Recent years, cities have faced an increase in economic growth, employment rates and population numbers. As a result, the accessibility and liveability of cities is under pressure, mainly due to an increase in the number of cars. One of the possibilities to cope with this problem is to free existing cities from cars,...
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Rusman, Esmee (author)
Worldwide, material consumption has expanded rapidly. The Netherlands has become wealthier, citizens can afford more products and therefore the amount of municipal solid waste (MSW) increased enormously. The distribution of MSW is associated with environmental problems and health risks. MSW consists of everyday items disposed by households, such...
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Schneider, C.C.N. (author)
Signalized urban intersections are bottlenecks for traffic and cause congestion. To improve traffic signal plans, research efforts have been made to create self-adaptive traffic controllers, i.e. controllers which adapt in real-time to the current traffic demand based on connected vehicle data. Past research on self-adaptive controllers has...
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Başer, Enes (author)
The shifts towards more use of electric vehicles and more use of renewable energy sources create the need for Vehicle-to-Grid (V2G) technology. To penetrate the market, the development of V2G business models is critical. However, there are no sustainable V2G business models determined yet. Therefore, this research focused on what the key...
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Wagenaar, D. (author)
The urban mobility sector is developing at a fast pace and is demanding transportation systems to be resilient and sustainable. Policy makers deal with an extensive offer of new technologies but lack an overview of the contribution of these mobility solutions to their urban planning ambitions. Uncertainty exists regarding both the technological...
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Parra Lopez, Maria del Mar (author)
Improving accessibility has become one of the main objectives for policymakers in the transport and urban field. Having access to activities and people is essential to ensure the proper functioning of societies and it affects people’s quality of life. One of the remaining challenges in this field is related with the economics of accessibility,...
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Kloeke, Jesper (author)
In 2014 Hietanen envisioned Mobility as a Service (MaaS), which is a global hype ever since. The relatively new mobility concept, MaaS, is suggested to meet the mobility needs of the end-users in a sustainable, affordable and user’s flexible manner (MaaS Alliance, 2019). Even though the MaaS sympathizers claim an improvement for the travelers...
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van Marsbergen, A.M. (author)
Recently many bicycle sharing programs have been introduced in cities worldwide. The combined use of shared bicycles and public transport could offer an attractive alternative for private motorised vehicles and could contribute to making cities better accessible and liveable. However, it is unsure whether this combination, especially with urban...
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Kok, Anne (author)
The motive for this research is to contribute to the development of a resilient city, specifically to the transition to a sustainable car system. Road removal or road reallocation can be considered as a means to induce reduced demand for car mobility. Yet, the implementation of these measures can count on resistance. This resistance is...
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Somashekar, Prathap (author)
The automobile industry has been continuously working on bringing automation in motor vehicles for the betterment of human life. Advancement in technology has helped companies manufacture cars that can drive and navigate on their own called Autonomous vehicles (AVs). There are numerous effects of AVs on society. The AVs are forecast to bring...
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