Zoekresultaten

Zoekresultaten

  1. News
    20 December 2012

    Active travellers are competitive customers (United States)

    1246 reads A new OTREC (Oregon Transport Research and Education Consortium) draft report, Consumer Behavior and Travel Mode Choices, highlights some key differences between transportation modes. People...

  2. News
    09 January 2013

    Money not always the best incentive for sustainable travel

    2143 reads Many campaigns are based on using money as an argument to convince people to behave more sustainably as appealing to environmental awareness is believed to be less effective. However, a recent...

  3. News
    10 January 2013

    Sustainable transport practitioners spark birth of transportation 2.0 website

    1213 reads The Transport Demand Management Institute (TDMI) launched a new website offering web-based educational opportunities through panel discussions and courses. Transport Demand Management Institute ...

  4. News
    07 October 2014

    New study links traffic pollution to childhood obesity

    2048 reads Researchers in the United States have found that exposure to air pollution can play a role in developing childhood obesity. The four-year study, which involved measuring the BMI (Body Max Index)...

  5. News
    28 July 2016

    Study shows one-way carsharing cuts traffic

    1757 reads Flexible one-way carsharing models can complement existing mass transport options, reduce the number of vehicles on the road and improve mobility in densely populated urban areas, a new US study...

  6. News
    08 August 2018

    Ride sharing and public transport in the US

    1353 reads CityLab reports on the increasing number of partnerships between public transport providers and ride-hailing companies, such as Lyft and Uber, in the United States. Twenty seven US cities, of...

  7. Event
    13 January 2019

    Transportation Research Board 98th Annual Meeting

    Language English 907 reads The Transportation Research Board (TRB) 98th Annual Meeting will be held in Washington, D.C. at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center. The information-packed programme is...