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Van der Waard, Jan
Immers, Ben
Jorritsma, Peter
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International Transport Forum Discussion Paper 2012-15
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In early 2011, the Netherlands Institute for Transport Policy Analysis performed a mobility analysis, focussing on recent trends. This analysis showed that, following the remarkable growth in the 1980s and 1990s, the total national mobility of people in the Netherlands has not increased since 2005. This particularly appears to apply to car use. Except for the economic crisis around 2008/2009, the reasons for this development remained unclear at the time. Based on further analyses of the developments in mobility over the last 10 years and some findings from other countries, the following four hypotheses related to the apparent stabilisation of car use were formulated and investigated in further research: …
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