ISAAC Stimulating safe walking and cycling within a multimodal transport environment. Final report from CEDR Research Programme Call 2015
'User Needs in a Multimodal Context'.
20200447 ST [electronic version only]
Jones, M. Hopkin, J. Wijlhuizen, G.J. Dijkstra, A. Ceunynck, T. de Fyhri, A. Ciccone, A. Gerike, R. & Köhler, D.
Brussels, CEDR Conference of European Directors of Roads, 2020, [III] + 30 p., 11 ref.; CEDR Contractor Report ; 2020-01 - ISBN 979-10-93321-53-0
|Samenvatting||The CEDR Transnational Research Programme Call 2015 was developed by CEDR Working Group Innovation and funded by the CEDR members from Germany, Netherlands, Finland, Ireland and Sweden. The aim of this research programme is to advance the understanding of the motives of transport users by national road authorities, the needs of users for choosing different transport modes, and the impacts of appropriate incentives for a modal shift. Two projects were funded: * ISAAC - Stimulating safe walking and cycling within a multimodal transport environment – which focused on the consideration of vulnerable road users in a multimodal context; * STTRIDE - Smarter Travel Technology Review for Investment Decisions – which investigated the impact of new technologies on modal choice. (Author/publisher)|
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