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Bon, Thijs (author)
This thesis explores the impact of transport disadvantage on the unemployed's participation in out-of-home activities beyond the labor market. It delineates eight distinct groups primarily based on transport accessibility and car availability among the unemployed, assessing how these factors are shaped by socio-demographic characteristics and...
master thesis 2024
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Martins Martinho Bessa, A.C. (author), Kroesen, M. (author), Chorus, C.G. (author)
Gender violence encompasses a multitude of morally problematic psychological, physical, and sexual behaviors that, in most countries, constitute criminal offenses. In this study, we investigate the association between moral foundations (Care, Fairness, Loyalty, Authority, and Sanctity) and punitive responses to gender violence offenses. Our...
journal article 2024
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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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van der Kaaij, Sterre (author)
The major social issues currently faced by the Dutch government require the involvement of all stakeholders early in the policy-making process. A Participatory Value Evaluation (PVE) is a public participation method in which citizens can advise the government on a specific decision-making problem. The PVE information is becoming increasingly...
master thesis 2023
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Verheij, Floor (author)
Passenger traffic by car is regarded as one of the main contributors to energy consumption and emission in the transport sector. Car dependency and limited shifts to more carbon-friendly alternative travel modes in industrialised countries play a major role in maintaining unsustainable mobility systems, despite governments' increased attention...
master thesis 2023
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Corsten, Dorris (author)
To mitigate climate change by transforming the energy system citizen involvement is crucial. Citizen involvement can help achieve these goals as well as accelerate the transition, by harnessing local knowledge for the improvement of plans, creating a support base and the opportunity for citizens to come up with their own initiatives. Therefore...
master thesis 2023
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den Hollander, Babette (author)
During the influx to mass events in the past, situations have regularly arisen that people experienced as unpleasant or even unsafe. Nowadays, many researchers focus on regulating this influx by influencing travel choices, where only little attention is paid to travellers’ preferences. This research identifies the preferences of different type...
master thesis 2023
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van t' Veer, R.J. (author), Annema, J.A. (author), Araghi, Yashar (author), Correia, Gonçalo (author), van Wee, G.P. (author)
A restructuring of the current mobility and transportation system seems to be inescapable, as a result of the increasing urbanization and challenges regarding global sustainability. The concept of Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) is regarded by policy-makers as an answer to the needed change. Generally speaking, MaaS is an online platform that...
journal article 2023
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van der Meer, Ralph (author)
Over the past decades, car ownership in the Netherlands has been on an increase. Besides being an environmental burden, passenger cars also require a lot of space. Mitigating the impact of passenger cars on climate change and public space requires a shift to a more sustainable view of transport, in which neighborhood mobility hubs might play a...
master thesis 2022
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Ton, D. (author), Arendsen, J. (author), de Bruyn, Menno (author), Severens, Valerie (author), van Hagen, Mark (author), van Oort, N. (author), Duives, D.C. (author)
With the arrival of COVID-19 in the Netherlands in Spring 2020 and the start of the “intelligent lockdown”, daily life changed drastically. The working population was urged to telework as much as possible. However, not everyone had a suitable job for teleworking or liked teleworking. From a mobility perspective, teleworking was considered a...
journal article 2022
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Stella Mulia, Stella (author)
The absence of medicines to cure COVID-19 calls for preventive strategies, including mask-wearing. Despite its protection against exposure to coronavirus, not everyone chooses to wear a mask. Some studies addressed mask-wearing behaviour from the standpoint of behavioural economics, one being the effect of herding behaviour. This occurs when...
master thesis 2021
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Parida, Saumyajit (author)
Cities of the Netherlands are the driving forces to develop and encompass a cluster of markets that boost productivity. In recent times, cities have tended to demonstrate the rapid transformation, more spatially dispersed and growing in demand for transportation. Reasonably, all the trips done intra-city are short-distance trips (i.e. trips less...
master thesis 2020
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Knijn, Robin (author)
The promises of Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) are generous, researchers and policymakers repeatedly present MaaS as a Holy Grail. MaaS has the potential to play a role in addressing issues as pollution, congestion and crowded cities. However, without interested users, these promises cannot be fulfilled. This study explores whether the proposed...
master thesis 2020
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Volberda, Lisa (author)
This study identified the distribution of citizens for the allocation of the public budget towards spatial-infrastructure projects using the Participatory Value Evaluation (PVE) tool. The dataset of a PVE experiment in the Region of Amsterdam (Vervoersregio Amsterdam) is used. A Latent Class Cluster Analysis model was estimated to identify...
master thesis 2020
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Schneider, F. (author), Ton, D. (author), Zomer, L. (author), Daamen, W. (author), Duives, D.C. (author), Hoogendoorn-Lanser, S. (author), Hoogendoorn, S.P. (author)
This paper studies the relationship between trip chain complexity and daily travel behaviour of travellers. While trip chain complexity is conventionally investigated between travel modes, our scope is the more aggregated level of a person’s activity-travel pattern. Using data from the Netherlands Mobility Panel, a latent class cluster...
journal article 2020
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Alonso González, M.J. (author), Hoogendoorn-Lanser, Sascha (author), van Oort, N. (author), Cats, O. (author), Hoogendoorn, S.P. (author)
Mobility as a Service (MaaS) is expected to significantly change mobility patterns, yet it is still not clear who will embrace this new mobility paradigm and how MaaS will impact passengers’ transportation. In the paper, we identify factors relevant for MaaS adoption based on a survey comprised of over thousand respondents in the Netherlands....
journal article 2020
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Ton, D. (author), Zomer, L. (author), Schneider, F. (author), Hoogendoorn-Lanser, Sascha (author), Duives, D.C. (author), Cats, O. (author), Hoogendoorn, S.P. (author)
Active modes (i.e. walking and cycling) have received significant attention by governments worldwide, due to the benefits related to the use of these modes. Consequently, governments are aiming for a modal shift from motorised to active modes. Attitudes are generally considered to play an important role in travel behaviour. Understanding the...
journal article 2019
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Shelat, S. (author), Huisman, Raymond (author), van Oort, N. (author)
Several cities around the world are facing mobility related problems such as traffic congestion and air pollution. Although limited individually, the combination of bicycle and transit offers speed and accessibility that can compete with automobiles by complementing each other's characteristics. Recognising the potential benefits with regard...
journal article 2018
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Molin, E.J.E. (author), Mokhtarian, Patricia (author), Kroesen, M. (author)
For developing sustainable travel policies, it may be helpful to identify multimodal travelers, that is, travelers who make use of more than one mode of transport within a given period of time. Of special interest is identifying car drivers who also use public transport and/or bicycle, as this group is more likely to respond to policies that...
journal article 2016
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van Cranenburgh, S. (author)
This paper investigates vacationers’ short-term responses to a sharp increase in transport costs. It aims to (1) acquire an understanding of the relative popularity of the different types of responses among vacationers and (2) explore whether there are distinct market segments of vacationers that respond differently to a sharp increase in...
journal article 2016
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