Searched for: subject:"Travel%5C+behaviour"
(1 - 20 of 34)

Pages

document
Schneider, F. (author)
Knowledge about the way how the bicycle is used for activity participation is still scarce. This thesis provides empirical insights into typical activity-travel behaviour of cyclists. A special focus is put on the spatial dimension of activity-travelling by bicycle and its determinants. The findings can be used to design more bicycle-friendly...
doctoral thesis 2021
document
van der Tuin, M.S. (author), Pel, A.J. (author)
Transport infrastructure owners are moving from reactive toward proactive infrastructure management. This involves computation of costs associated with failure or maintenance, including expected transport delays. These delays are often computed by multiplying additional travel time by the number of travellers. However, this does not reflect...
journal article 2020
document
Tippabhatla, Raghu (author)
The traditional transport hubs are shaping into the idea of the mobility hubs with the advent of multiple vehicle-sharing forms, such as bike-sharing and car-sharing. Also, a gradual shift in the culture of consumption towards more usage and less ownership, as well as the shared economy supported by internet platforms and mobile apps, allows...
master thesis 2020
document
Ramsing, Daimen (author)
The train network is a vital link within the mobility chain. Several aspects in the mobility chain are changing, for example the alternatives in modes and the trip types of passengers. The rail network with the vital locations as stations and the operation of the services on the network seem to be less adaptive, while the travel behaviour of...
master thesis 2020
document
Faber, Roel (author)
Societal and political attention to the effects of climate change and possible mitigation and adaptationpolicies has increased sharply in the last decades, resulting partly from increasing awareness about therole of humanity and partly from the ever more noticeable changes in our world caused by climatechange. This societal interest has...
master thesis 2019
document
Knippenberg, Kjell (author)
Hely has developed Mobility as a Service (MaaS) through multimodal Hubs,<br/>which are offered within closed-user residential areas and made accessible<br/>through an application. This exploratory study aims to assess people’s mobility<br/>behaviour by the usage of Hely in a closed user group. It focused on two<br/>aspects: the indication of (1)...
master thesis 2019
document
van Wee, G.P. (author), De Vos, Jonas (author), Maat, C. (author)
The importance of attitudes in the relationship between travel behaviour (TB) and the built environment (BE) has been the subject of debate in the literature for about two decades. In line with the Theory of Planned Behaviour, attitudes – which affect behaviour – are generally assumed to be constant. However, it is plausible that attitudes can...
journal article 2019
document
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
document
Ton, D. (author), Duives, D.C. (author), Cats, O. (author), Hoogendoorn, S.P. (author)
Specifying the choice set for travel behaviour analysis is a non-trivial task. Its size and composition are known to influence the results of model estimation and prediction. Most studies specify the choice set using choice set generation algorithms. These methods can introduce two types of errors to the specified choice set: false negative ...
journal article 2018
document
Wang, Y. (author), Homem de Almeida Correia, G. (author), van Arem, B. (author), Timmermans, H. J.P.(Harry) (author)
New mobility data sources like mobile phone traces have been shown to reveal individuals’ movements in space and time. However, socioeconomic attributes of travellers are missing in those data. Consequently, it is not possible to partition the population and have an in-depth understanding of the socio-demographic factors influencing travel...
journal article 2018
document
Chorus, C.G. (author)
This article highlights the importance for urban planning, of the under-researched notion of superstar destinations. Furthermore, it presents and compares destination choice models that generate a convex demand for destination quality, and thereby explain and predict the existence of so-called superstar destinations. When compared to their...
journal article 2018
document
Pudane, B. (author), Rataj, Michal (author), Molin, E.J.E. (author), Mouter, N. (author), van Cranenburgh, S. (author), Chorus, C.G. (author)
non-driving activities while travelling, such as working, sleeping, playing games. The impact of this possibility on the satisfaction with travel and on travel demand has been extensively discussed in the literature. However, it has been hardly recognised that the availability of on-board activities influences the (time-geographic) constraints...
journal article 2018
document
van de Coevering, P.P. (author), Maat, C. (author), van Wee, G.P. (author)
Travel-related attitudes and dissonance between attitudes and the characteristics of the residential built environment are believed to play an important role in the effectiveness of land use policies that aim to influence travel behaviour. To date, research on the nature and directions of causality of the links between these variables has...
journal article 2018
document
Pudane, B. (author), Molin, E.J.E. (author), Arentze, Theo A. (author), Maknoon, M.Y. (author), Chorus, C.G. (author)
Automated Vehicles (AVs) offer their users a possibility to perform new non-driving activities while being on the way. The effects of this opportunity on travel choices and travel demand have mostly been conceptualised and modelled via a reduced penalty associated with (in-vehicle) travel time. This approach invariably leads to a prediction of...
journal article 2018
document
van der Spek, S.C. (author), Oliveti, M. (author)
Managing urban areas has become one of the most important development challenges of the 21st century. Building sustainable cities is a major factor nowadays. In this context, the advent of technologies such as GPS (Global Positioning System) and GIS (Geographical Information Systems) enables to better address the relationship between urban form...
journal article 2017
document
Milakis, D. (author), Efthymiou, Dimitrios (author), Antoniou, Constantinos (author)
In this study, the possible causal links between the built environment, travel attitudes and travel behaviour of people that have moved between totally different urban and transportation contexts were investigated. A quasi-longitudinal design was developed to collect data about the perceived neighbourhood characteristics, neighbourhood...
journal article 2017
document
Ton, D. (author), Duives, D.C. (author), Cats, O. (author), Hoogendoorn, S.P. (author)
The specification of the choice set for travel behaviour analysis is a non-trivial task, as its size and composition are known to influence the results of model estimation and prediction. Most studies specify the choice set using choice set generation algorithms. These methods can introduce two severe errors to the specified choice set: false...
conference paper 2017
document
Zomer, L. (author), Duives, D.C. (author), Cats, O. (author), Hoogendoorn, S.P. (author)
conference paper 2017
document
De Haas, M.C. (author)
In this thesis the relatively new method of latent transition analysis is applied within the mobility biographies framework to assess how life events influence changes in travel behaviour. Using transition analysis, it is assessed how people switch between different travel patterns over time. Data from the first three waves of the Netherlands...
master thesis 2016
document
Cats, O. (author), Susilo, YO (author), Reimal, T (author)
The subsidy level of public transport systems varies considerably among systems worldwide. While limited-scale free-fare public transport (FFPT) services such as limited campaigns and fare evasion for special groups or specific services are prevalent, there is only limited evidence on the consequences of introducing a full-fledged FFPT. The case...
journal article 2016
Searched for: subject:"Travel%5C+behaviour"
(1 - 20 of 34)

Pages