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Lucasius, Leonardo (author)
Private cars are inefficient in terms of land allocation. Car-free neighbourhoods offer a solution to this inefficiency by enforcing less car-centric urban design, expensive parking fees, and prioritising more sustainable and space-efficient modes of transportation. Carsharing services emerge as an alternative to private car ownership by...
master thesis 2024
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Wang, Quanyi (author)
Travelling to work is one of the essential activities in individuals’ daily lives. However, commuters who depend on public transport often face significant challenges in accessing job opportunities, resulting in transport-related social exclusion risks. In recent years, shared mobility services have gained popularity as a solution, offering...
master thesis 2024
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van Damme, Julie (author)
master thesis 2023
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Dixit, M. (author), Sivakumar, Aruna (author)
Transport accessibility experienced by an individual depends on their needs and abilities, as represented by their individual characteristics, such as age, income and gender. Although important from an equity perspective, the individual component of accessibility is currently ignored in most transport equity studies. This paper evaluates the...
journal article 2020
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