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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
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De Ruiter, R. (author)
master thesis 2015
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Kuhlman, W. (author)
Around the world, more and more public transport operators opt for automated fare collection systems by means of smart cards. The data registered by such a system contain valuable information for transport planning. This research aims at increasing the usability of this data for the description of public transport travel demand. Travel demand is...
master thesis 2015
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Rot, M.C. (author)
Activity-based modelling (ABM) is the latest development in travel demand modelling practice. Different from different conventional approaches (which concern mathematical relationships between personal characteristics and travel behaviour), ABM explicitly take into consideration the reasons behind an individual’s travel behaviour. Anno 2015, ABM...
master thesis 2015
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Shergold, I. (author), Lyons, G. (author), Hubers, C. (author)
The demographic profile of UK society is changing as people live longer. Maintaining the wellbeing and quality of life of an ageing society is set to be extremely challenging. To what extent can the state afford to meet a potentially burgeoning demand for social care? What expectations will be placed upon informal carers to enable the system to...
journal article 2014
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Van der Gun, J.P.T. (author)
Public transport systems create large numbers of possible combinations of public and private modes that travellers can choose to use. As a consequence, current travel demand models face problems related to flexibility in the modelling of how travellers value and use modes, consistency in the choice process and computational efficiency. To...
master thesis 2013
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De Haan, A.R.C. (author)
Air travel demand is growing worldwide with an approximate worldwide long term average of 5 to 6% annually. This growth has both very positive and negative effects. Aviation is deeply embedded in our society. Dramatic decrease in ticket prices has brought to many the possibility of reaching many destinations worldwide in a day’s travel. It is...
journal article 2010
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