This article investigates the influence of both mobility events and household events on modal shift decision for bicycle commuting using data collected from a retrospective survey in the Netherlands. The results from a mixed-logit analysis illustrate the influence of several life events on commute modal shifts in addition to changes in commute time and sociodemographic variables. Job characteristics such as changes in work status and employer, mobility resource, long-term mobility events, and household events are seen to influence commuting decision by bicycle.
|Number of pages||9|
|Journal||International Journal of Sustainable Transportation|
|Publication status||Published - 20 Apr 2016|
- Bicycle commuting
- life cycle events
- mobility events
- sustainable transport