Lisa Bönisch

Lisa Bönisch
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology | KIT · Institute for Transport Studies

Master of Science

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Background The car has so far played an important role for transporting goods. However, new services emerging from e-commerce may increasingly reduce its relevance as the transporting of goods might no longer be a reason for car use. As a result, e-commerce or the delivery of goods by third-parties can function as potential supplement for car-free...
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Policy makers in urban areas are subjected to increasing pressure to find sustainable solutions to congestion and transportation. A detailed understanding of the motivations of car owners is required to enable the development of policies that are both socially fair and take effective measures. The objective of this study is to provide a more granul...
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With the growing relevance of long-distance travel and the resulting climate impacts, the understanding of long-distance travel next to everyday travel becomes relevant. In particular in urban areas, people often compensate short distances and the use of environmentally friendly means of transport in everyday life with a higher amount of long-dista...
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Car use in modern cities with a well-developed public transit is more sophisticated to explain only through hard factors such as sociodemographic characteristics. In cities, it is especially important to consider motives for car use. Therefore, we examined two modern cities with a high modal share of non-motorized modes and public transit to answer...
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In interpreting travel behavior and in particular the use of on-demand mobility (ODM), an understanding of whether and to what extent attitudes toward modes of transport influence travel behavior is essential. In our study, we investigate the influence of attitudes on ODM usage for commuting applying a hybrid choice model (HCM) with an ordered prob...
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To understand travel behavior and especially on-demand mobility (ODM) usage, it is essential to assess if attitudes towards modes influence behavior and if so, to what extent. Recent studies investigated influencing factors for choosing ODM for traveling in general. However, their research focuses less on the influence of attitudes, but much more o...