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Why the framing of transport information matters
Why and how should public authorities support shared mobility?
Decision making: data driven vs. expert consultation
Future mobility: flexible, borrowed and mixed
New relationships between activities and locations
Travel demand modelling and Prospect Theory
Bicycle Sharing – about, types, pros and cons
Can my mobility define what people think of me?
Roads in Anthropology: Some Thoughts
New layers of information
Design thinking: how to involve citizens in conceiving better mobility projects for their community
The psychology behind sharing
Demand Responsive Transit (DRT)
Status quo bias and travel behaviour
Mobility as a Service
Mobility as an Information Concept
Financial incentives to change behaviour: To what extent are they effective?
Driverless cars and user acceptance
Using Crowdsourcing to Involve People in Planning and Operating Transport Services
Mobility automation: a double-edged sword
The future of deliveries
What are Ridesourcing/Transportation Network Company (TNC) Services?
Nudges in Transport