Mobility-as-a service in the Netherlands: the implementation of a stated choice experiment to examine travel behavior adaptations

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Abstract

New concepts and innovative services emerged during the last decade in the field of smart mobility. Among these, Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS), an integrated and user-oriented application, seems a promising but challenging concept for upcoming years. Despite MaaS is gaining increasing attention, we have limited knowledge on its potential effect on the user both in terms of day-to-day dynamics (activity scheduling; mode/route choice) as well as longer-term effects (perceptions and needs; habitual behavior and deroutinization), which can be attributed to the limited number of MaaS schemes existing globally. This research project emphasizes the user perspective and the potential effect of this mobility platform on dayto-day travel behavior. For this research a Stated Adaptation survey was conducted in the Netherlands to examine individual’s mode-choice process adaptation in response to MaaS subscription. Travelers compare their alternatives and choose their preferred transportation mode by trading-off travel expenses or duration and non-mode specific attributes, including the inherent uncertainty and innovativeness associated with the untested service.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the 15th Biannual Network on European Communications and Transport Activities Research (NECTAR) conference
EditorsTuuli Toivonen, Karst Geurs, Elias Willberg
Place of PublicationHelsinki, Finland
Publication statusPublished - 2019
EventNECTAR Conference 2019: Towards Human Scale Cities - Open and Happy - Helsinki, Finland
Duration: 5 Jun 20197 Jun 2019
https://www.nectar-eu.eu/2019-nectar-conference/

Publication series

NameUniversity of Helsinki. Department of Geosciences and Geography C
ISSN (Print)1798-7938

Conference

ConferenceNECTAR Conference 2019: Towards Human Scale Cities - Open and Happy
CountryFinland
CityHelsinki
Period5/06/197/06/19
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    Feneri, A-M., Rasouli, S., & Timmermans, H. (2019). Mobility-as-a service in the Netherlands: the implementation of a stated choice experiment to examine travel behavior adaptations. In T. Toivonen, K. Geurs, & E. Willberg (Eds.), Proceedings of the 15th Biannual Network on European Communications and Transport Activities Research (NECTAR) conference (University of Helsinki. Department of Geosciences and Geography C)..