Other road users’ motivations and travelling style

Gerald Furian, Christian Brandstätter, Virpi Britschgi, Emil Drápela

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Abstract

Reducing our reliance on cars has many environmental and health benefits – traffic congestion should decrease, air quality should improve and people should be fitter and healthier. Also positive effects on road safety are to be expected, e.g. through a modal shift from passenger cars to public means of transport with lower accident risk. Research results are available in the field of travel behaviour and stimulation for modal shifts of motorized road users to other means of transport. In this chapter of SARTRE 4 report, Other Road Users (i.e. cyclists, pedestrians and users of public transport) are analysed in respect of the motivations and travelling styles. To know and to understand the motivations for travelling using these other methods of transportation is crucial for policy makers if they are to draft effective traffic policies that encourage a shift from car use to greater use of other means of transportation.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationEuropean road users’ risk perception and mobility
Subtitle of host publicationThe SARTRE 4 survey
Chapter3.2
Pages253-268
Publication statusPublished - 2012
MoE publication typeD2 Article in professional manuals or guides or professional information systems or text book material

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Furian, G., Brandstätter, C., Britschgi, V., & Drápela, E. (2012). Other road users’ motivations and travelling style. In European road users’ risk perception and mobility: The SARTRE 4 survey (pp. 253-268)
Furian, Gerald ; Brandstätter, Christian ; Britschgi, Virpi ; Drápela, Emil. / Other road users’ motivations and travelling style. European road users’ risk perception and mobility: The SARTRE 4 survey. 2012. pp. 253-268
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