- New Drivers in Mobility; What Moves the Dutch in 2012 and Beyond?
New Drivers in Mobility; What Moves the Dutch in 2012 and Beyond?
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|Date of Publication||1 January 2012|
|Publication Type||Presentation, slides, speech|
KiM, Netherlands Institute for Transport Policy Analysis, TRAIL Research School, Delft, The Netherlands
|Tags||Adults, Automobiles, Bicycles, Electronic Commerce, Environment, Government Departments, Infrastructure, Internet, Leisure, Mobile Devices, Mobility, Road Networks, Transport Policy, Urban Areas|
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