Acceptability of single and combined transport policy measures: The Importance of Environmental and Policy Specific Beliefs

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Eriksson, L., Garvill, J., & Nordlund, A. M. (2008). Acceptability of single and combined transport policy measures: The importance of environmental and policy specific beliefs. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 42(8), 1117-1128.
n this study, the acceptability of different transport policy measures was examined. Three measures were assessed individually and as packages combining one push measure (a raised…

The Relationship Between the Built Environment and Nonwork Travel

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Cao, X., Mokhtarian, P. L., & Handy, S. L. (2009). The relationship between the built environment and nonwork travel: A case study of Northern California
Many studies have found that residents living in suburban neighborhoods drive more and walk less than their counterparts in traditional neighborhoods. This evidence supports the a…

An Exploration of Household Response to Personal Travel Carbon-Reduction Targets

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Tight, M., Vicat, A., Bristow, A., Pridmore, A., & May, A. (2007). An Exploration of Household Response to Personal Travel Carbon-Reduction Targets. International Journal of Sustainable Transportation, 1(3), 143-159.
Transport is currently responsible for around one-quarter of the total anthropogenic CO2 emissions in the United Kingdom, and this proportion is projected to increase. The transpo…

Travel Socialization: A Social Theory of Travel Mode Behavior

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Baslington, H. (2008). Travel Socialization: A Social Theory of Travel Mode Behavior. International Journal of Sustainable Transportation, 2(2), 91-114.
This article reports research investigating the cultural determinants of children's travel. A new perspective, travel socialization theory, is presented. This states that children…

Factors Influencing the Decision to Drive or Walk Short Distances to Public Transport Facilities

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Walton, D. & Sunseri, S. (2010). Factors Influencing the Decision to Drive or Walk Short Distances to Public Transport Facilities. International Journal of Sustainable Transportation, 4(4), 212-226.
Samples of drivers and walkers are examined to understand factors influencing the decision to walk. The driver sample was limited to those who lived within 1 km of the park-and-ri…

School Travel Plans: Overcoming Barriers to Implementation

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Baslington, H. (2008). School travel plans: Overcoming barriers to implementation. Transport Reviews, 28(2), 239-258.
The number of primary school children travelling to school by car has almost doubled in 20 years. A governmental policy response is to introduce school travel plans. The paper rai…

Commuting by Bicycle: An Overview of the Literature

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Heinen, E., van Wee, B., Maat, K. (2010). Commuting by bicycle: An overview of the literature. Transport Reviews, 30(1), 59-96.
Commuting by bicycle has advantages over other modes of transport, both for the commuter and for society. Although cycling is an option for many commuters, a considerable number o…

Attitude-Based Target Groups to Reduce the Ecological Impact of Daily Mobility Behavior

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Hunecke, M., Haustein, S., Böhler, S., & Grischkat, S. (2010). Attitude-based target groups to reduce the ecological impact of daily mobility behavior. Environment and Behavior, 42(1), 3-43.
This study analyzes the usefulness of an attitude-based target group approach in predicting the ecological impact of mobility behavior. Based on a survey of 1,991 inhabitants of t…

Students' Perceptions of Difficulties in Cycling to School in Urban and Suburban Taiwan

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Chang, H.-W., Chang, H.-L. (2008). Students' perceptions of difficulties in cycling to school in urban and suburban Taiwan. Transportation Research Record, (2060), pp. 123-130.
Previous research has identified the importance of cycling training programs and examined the relationship between cycling attitudes and the behavior of cyclists; another importan…

What Affects Use of Pretrip Public Transport Information?: Empirical Results of a Qualitative Study

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Farag, S., Lyons, G. (2008). What affects use of pretrip public transport information?: Empirical results of a qualitative study. Transportation Research Record, (2069), pp. 85-92.
With the rise of the Internet and mobile phone, various forms of public transport information services have emerged that enable people to make better informed travel choices. Neve…

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