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Hoogenboom, Jim (author)
Recent research studies have been focused on the adoption of shared cars and mobility hubs separately. Which is why there exists a knowledge gap regarding the influence of a mobility hub on the adoption of shared cars. This qualitative research study aims to fill the knowledge gap by answering the main research question: To what extent could a...
master thesis 2024
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Thelen, Eleanor (author)
The number of digital systems that is used for business processes in many organizations is increasing. These digital systems can be used to support decision-making in the maintenance process. In this research the effects of digitalization on the maintenance process are evaluated. This is done by focusing on five aspects: actors, agreements,...
master thesis 2023
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Wong, SIEW CHEE (author)
The railway transportation system is a critical infrastructure that supports the functionality of a country through ways like the transportation of people from point to point to carry out their daily activities i.e., work, study, and leisure; the timely transportation of freight within a country or cross-borders, contributing to economic...
master thesis 2023
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van der Linden, Hidde (author)
In light of growing environmental challenges, the need to reconsider how we approach personal transportation is becoming increasingly evident. A shift from a private car-focused mobility system towards a more sustainable and equitable transportation system is desired. Car sharing is considered a means to achieve this. However, car sharing use...
master thesis 2023
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Eichenauer, Nadine Martje (author)
The relation between sociodemographics and travel behaviour (TB) patterns is relevant to understand to devise policies that can direct people towards more sustainable travel options as well as to be aware of people’s possibly restricted mobility for the sake of mobility justice. Especially in the Netherlands, both of these interests are relevant...
master thesis 2023
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Mihalevschi, Anton (author)
Urbanization, a desire for a reduction of CO2 and a need for a more efficient use of space are likely to greatly increase demand for rail travel in the coming decades. To improve railway capacity, extra infrastructure can be built, or existing track can be optimized. A silo analogy provides an interesting idea for an integral approach to network...
master thesis 2023
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Blankenzee, Regino (author)
The planning of railway operations is a very complex process, in which timetables and other logistical plans need to be both reliable and robust to effectively prevent and cope with disturbances. However, research in the robustness of initial stabling plans, designed in an earlier planning phase, during the following planning phases, has been...
master thesis 2023
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van Voorst tot Voorst, B.A.M. (author)
This research aims to understand the influencing attributes of passengers and station layout elements on transfer walking times for metro transfers. Little research has been performed to include passenger-related attributes to model transfer walking time besides station layout elements. Through a literature review, the effect of gender, luggage...
master thesis 2023
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Bon, Thijs (author)
Limiting transport poverty is consequential in improving well-being and employment levels, which play meaningful roles in deciding public policy. We analyze how different socioeconomic and built environment factors are related to the transport poverty environment for car and public transport in terms of strength, significance, and direction for...
student report 2023
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Bickel, Julia (author)
The aim of this study is to capture heterogeneity in travel behaviour during unplanned train disruptions focusing on the rise of teleworking due to the COVID-19 pandemic to improve train services and help predict passenger flows during disruptions. To perform the analyses, a dataset is elicited from 815 Dutch train commuters by distributing an...
master thesis 2022
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Hafsteinsdóttir, Gudrun Birta (author)
The popularity of Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) has been growing rapidly over the past years, where more and more cities add BRT to their public transport systems. Roundabouts are also growing and are popular intersection designs because they are one of the safest types of intersections and improve traffic flow. It is, therefore, likely that in some...
master thesis 2022
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Xanthopoulos, Stavros (author)
Nowadays, urban areas are exposed to various challenges such as climate change, social inequalities, and congestion. Mobility hubs present the opportunity to reshape our cities and mitigate the previously mentioned problems by contributing to a more sustainable and equitable transport system. This thesis defines mobility hubs as places where...
master thesis 2022
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Donaldson, Narayan (author)
Traffic signals in a coordinated network normally use a common cycle length which remains constant at all times, including when there is a request for priority from a public transport vehicle. This enables green waves to be maintained effectively but can limit the signals' ability to promptly serve the prioritised vehicle....
master thesis 2022
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Geurts, Johan (author)
The goals of bus services can be split into patronage (regarding the number of people that actually use the service) and coverage (regarding the number of people that are able to use the service) goals. Current bus networks are designed primarily for the coverage goals, as a consequence the patronage is lacking resulting in only few bus services...
master thesis 2021
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Saboo, Raunaq (author)
Integration of the demand responsive transport system (DRT) with the public transport system can provide an opportunity for the public transport authorities to guarantee accessibility in rural areas and address the first/last mile problem in rural areas. The literature on the institutional arrangement and organising DRT as a part of the public...
master thesis 2021
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Bhatt, Reddhi Uday (author)
master thesis 2021
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Ouchan, Asma (author)
Cities and regions with access to water infrastructure are actively rethinking the possibilities of expanding the public inland waterway transport, especially since road congestion and pollution are still a reoccurring issue. Their aim is to make water transport more attractive for travelers by allowing the introduction of sustainable water...
master thesis 2021
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van Gerrevink, Iris (author)
Mobility hubs are a promising concept that has been gaining increased attention. Mobility hubs, a place where several (shared) modalities are combined, are seen as an enabler of shared mobility. Shared mobility and mobility hubs could therefore provide attractive alternatives for private vehicles and contribute to municipal policy goals. Like to...
master thesis 2021
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Hoskam, Simone (author)
Bike-train usage contributes to more sustainable and also more reliable transport. Nowadays, approximately 45% of the train passengers in the Netherlands access the station by bike. Therewith, the focus of policy makers shifts to the total “door-to-door” travel experience. Bicycle usage is stimulated, and the facilities are adapted accordingly....
master thesis 2021
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Vennapusa, Vishwak (author)
It is well known among the academicians and urban transport studies have repeatedly reiterated that transport transit-oriented development (TOD) can and is increasing the propensity to use transit. TOD essentially brings housing, jobs, entertainment options, restaurants, groceries closer to the transit stop.But the success of a TOD area is only...
master thesis 2021
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