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Ceha, Marlou (author)
Tourists travelling by airplane contribute significantly to the CO2 emissions. The number of flights covering longer distances is rising and, consequently, implies more energy consumption. This leads to a greater environmental impact compared to flights covering shorter distances. Although people are expected to continue travelling, adjusting...
master thesis 2024
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De Haas, Mathijs (author), Ecke, Lisa (author), Chlond, Bastian (author), Hoogendoorn-Lanser, S. (author), Vortisch, Peter (author)
Longitudinal travel surveys are needed to capture individual travel behaviour changes. Only two longitudinal tavel surveys of national relevance are currently in operation, the German Mobility Panel (MOP) since 1994 and the Netherlands Mobility Panel (MPN) since 2013. This paper provides an overview of both panels' differences and...
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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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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Bruggink, Maude (author)
The number of cars is increasing in the Netherlands, while the need for space and environmental regulations is increasing as well. The need for new mobility solutions is high. A shared bicycle system could be an indirect solution to these problems, by strengthening the chain journey and getting more people out of their cars. This research uses a...
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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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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Nguyen, Hoang (author)
If people repeat choices in daily travel behaviour under stable conditions, over time this can form habitual travel behaviour and lead to inertia. If travellers face a new metro line, to what extent does their habitual travel behaviour affect their willingness to use this new transport alternative. This study investigate the inertia effects in a...
master thesis 2023
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Tao, Y. (author), van Ham, M. (author), Petrović, A. (author), Ta, Na (author)
Research on the experienced utility of commuting time is dominated by an individualistic view of choice concerning the trade-offs between long commutes and job- or housing-related benefits. The widely discussed phenomenon of the commuting paradox shows that individuals systematically report worse subjective wellbeing as commuting time...
journal article 2023
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Tao, Y. (author), Petrović, A. (author), van Ham, M. (author), Fu, Xingxing (author)
Residential self-selection studies argue that pre-existing travel-related attitude overshadows the role of changes in residential built environment in (re)shaping travel behaviours. Our study contributes to this self-selection argument by including family- and job-related life events as another self-selection source, and accounting for the...
journal article 2023
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Xu, Y. (author), Krishnakumari, P.K. (author), Yorke-Smith, N. (author), Hoogendoorn, S.P. (author)
COVID-19 significantly influenced travel behaviours and public attitudes towards public transport. Various studies have illustrated complicated factors related to long-term travel behaviour, indicating difficulty in understanding and predicting post-pandemic long-term travel behaviour via traditional methods. In these complex circumstances,...
conference paper 2023
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Versteijlen, Marieke (author), Wals, Arjen E.J. (author), van Wee, G.P. (author)
Introduction: Blended learning, i.e., a mix of online and in-class education, can be deployed for enhancing the educational quality and resilience in higher education (HE). It may also contribute to HE’s sustainability objectives by lowering the carbon emissions of students commuting to campus. In this study, pedagogical design principles for...
journal article 2023
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Hoobroeckx, Tom (author), Cats, O. (author), Shelat, S. (author), Molin, E.J.E. (author)
Free-floating (e-)moped sharing systems are becoming increasingly popular and provide new ways of travel in urban areas. The vehicles offer the flexibility of one-way transportation, though the downside for service providers of free-floating shared fleet systems is that their operations may result in a spatial-temporal imbalance of the...
journal article 2023
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Meijneke, Sanne (author)
The Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management looks into the possibility of raising the awareness of Dutch citizens as policy measure to encourage travellers to travel in a more conscious and more climate-friendly manner. Scientific literature, however, shows contradictory results on the effectiveness of this measure. An ongoing academic...
master thesis 2022
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de Haas, M.C. (author)
Mobility is an important part of daily life. With modern mobility systems, people have access to a range of transport modes allowing them to basically reach any destination they want. Although people often have multiple options to choose from, personal mobility is dominated by motorized road transport in many countries and cities, also in the...
doctoral thesis 2022
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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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Moesker, Rosalie (author)
The Erasmus Medical Center (EMC) campus is working on an intensification of functions for the new Masterplan of 2050. Since densification is only possible vertically due to the enclosed location, there is an increase of 5000 employees and only 650 physical parking spaces, leading to lessened accessibility by car. Simultaneously, vehicles are...
master thesis 2022
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Buteyn, Sophie (author)
Increasing emissions from aviation combined with the intensifying climate change, highlight the need for a sustainable change in the aviation sector. Since innovations making flying in itself more sustainable are taking long to implement, a behavioural change (flying less or not at all) is<br/>necessary.<br/><br/>Recent societal developments...
master thesis 2022
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Tao, Y. (author), Petrović, A. (author), van Ham, M. (author)
The relationship between commuting behaviours and subjective wellbeing has been fascinating scholars of different disciplines. Especially in the last decade, longitudinal research designs have made great progress in identifying causality in the commuting-wellbeing relationship by focusing on within-individual variations over time. However,...
journal article 2022
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Hafsteinsdóttir, Gudrun Birta (author)
Covid-19 has had a major impact on mobility and especially on public transportation. In the Netherlands, the impact on public transport usage reduced up to 90% per day during the Covid-19 crisis compared to 2019. In June 2021, when travelling by public transport was allowed again, the usage was only half compared to a similar weekday in 2019. To...
student report 2021
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