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Smit, Laureen (author)
Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) is an innovative concept which has the potential to deliver a convenient mobility option to travellers. It provides the supply of multi-modal and demand-driven mobility services which includes custom made travel options with real-time information. This all is shared with the use of a digital platform to the customer....
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Janmaat, Yorik (author)
This research provides insight into coping with the appearance of dockless bicycle sharing systems (BSS) in a municipal context. Due to technological developments like GPS integration and smart locks, BSS evolved towards the latest development of dockless shared bicycles. Most BSS companies were from Asian origin and had a disruptive impact on...
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Shetty, Kunal (author)
This study was initiated with a view to understand factors that either aids or presents a barrier towards the adoption of a radically new public transport mode, Hyperloop. The initial promises of Hyperloop include a faster, cheaper, sustainable and efficient mode of transport compared to the existing public transport mode alternatives. However,...
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Sridhar, Shakthi Prassadh (author)
Controversial policies have always been subjected to severe social scrutiny and opposition. With the rise of megacities and complex transportation networks, there has been significant growth in the number of controversial policies in the field of transportation. There has been substantial research in the past regarding transport policies, their...
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Aishah Mahyarni Imran, Aishah (author)
As the population grows, the need for mobility has been growing in recent years. In the case of urban mobility, this trend is subsequently followed by the existence of high-frequency bus transit service since last decades. This service is more prone to the bus-bunching problem since the headway between the consecutive buses can be very short,...
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Matthijssen, Arwen (author)
The transition towards fully Automated Vehicles (AV) can lead to inefficient use of the available infrastructure in the Netherlands, while space is already scarce. - Knowledge from AV impact studies can help the government in the management of available infrastructure. Therefore, in this research a systematic literature review was carried out in...
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Amanda, Etsa (author)
In this study, a context-dependent discrete choice model to investigate cyclist’s preferences on link-level cycling infrastructure design features is to investigate the extent the preferences on cycling infrastructure design is affected by the
characteristics of a road segment. Stated preference experiment utilizing visual representation of...
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Stevens, Hadassa (author)
There is no globally harmonised calculation methodology for GHG emissions in place, which hampers the ability to measure and report the environmental impact of logistics operations. This paper is aimed at developing an adequate GHG emissions accounting methodology for cross-border multi-modal logistics at Heineken and at generalising the...
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Lu, Xiaolin (author)
In the past few years, the research and development of automated driving have made significant leaps in bringing theory into reality. Forecasts suggest that highly automated vehicles (SAE Level 4) may be on the streets and highways within the next decade. However, current road infrastructure is designed for human drivers, and may not be able to...
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Spaans, Marlon (author)
There is a need for a more efficient use of existing infrastructure to improve the accessibility, liveability and safety of Dutch cities, metropolitan areas and provinces. A projected solution to growing mobility issues is Smart Mobility.

From a scientific perspective, research has only been performed on the possible effects of Smart...
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Torres Saenz, Andres (author)
Industry 4.0 refers to the allocation of several new technologies which are currently reshaping the manufacturing and process industry. These developments are expected to have a positive impact for many industries, driving processes towards leaner and more efficient standards. By considering the possible effect of Industry 4.0 technologies in...
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van Velzen, Martijn (author)
Overloaded heavy-goods vehicles result in road infrastructure life-time reduction, market distortion and road safety reduction. Analysis of the motivations for overloading showed that competition serves as a strong motivation for companies to overload. The currently extremely low chance on being checked should be increased, to have a violation...
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Krantz, Juliette (author)
Due to current, ongoing mega trends such as continuing urbanisation and expanding population size, pressure on our urban transport system is increasing, resulting in more congestion, emissions, noise pollution and stress, among others. Transport is seen as one of a range of factors outside of health and medical fields which are known to impact...
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van Walsum, Santino (author)
The demand for express delivery services is growing rapidly and the express delivery market is getting more competitive. To secure their competitiveness, these enterprises are pressured to invest in technologies that could sustain their future growth and keep their operating costs as low as possible. The Automated guided vehicle (AGV) technology...
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Rijnen, Basiel (author)
In current practice, the feasibility of the project goal is only assessed by project owners at the start of the project, up until the final investment decision (FID) is made. The final investment decision involves the decision of the owner to continue the project into the project execution phases. After the FID is made, the project goal...
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Huismans, Hilde (author)
In this thesis a simplified vehicle model was developed using linear correlations between incidental power demand and energy usage at four different stages: 1) propulsion, 2) propulsion during braking, 3) regenerative braking, and 4) maximum regenerative power. In the model the efficiencies of: charging and discharging of the battery, the...
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Kloeke, Jeroen (author)
Privately owned cars are causing negative externalities like pollution, CO2 emissions and extensive use of public space. Car sharing can be seen as a solution to reduce these negative externalities. Still, a rapid transition from privately owned cars to shared cars is not taking place, given the number of shared cars in the Netherlands. An...
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Branderhorst, Stephan (author)
Electric mobility is considered as the next step towards sustainable mobility. Within the Netherlands, as one of the leading countries if it comes to electric mobility, the market share of battery electric vehicles is still limited to 0,2 percent. Many studies are executed on consumer behaviour regarding electric vehicles. But no studies are...
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Vogelaar, Bart (author)
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Camphuijsen, Ruben (author)
This thesis researches the effect of smart mobility on parking space. To what extent will space become available and how can this be used for the restructering challenges within the urban enviroment?
master thesis 2018
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