Jonas De Vos
Jonas De Vos
Lecturer in Transport Planning at the Bartlett School of Planning, University College London
Geverifieerd e-mailadres voor ucl.ac.uk
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Travel and subjective well-being: a focus on findings, methods and future research needs
J De Vos, T Schwanen, V Van Acker, F Witlox
Transport Reviews 33 (4), 421-442, 2013
2012013
Reducing car use: changing attitudes or relocating? The influence of residential dissonance on travel behavior
J De Vos, B Derudder, V Van Acker, F Witlox
Journal of Transport Geography 22, 1-9, 2012
1382012
Travel mode choice and travel satisfaction: bridging the gap between decision utility and experienced utility
J De Vos, PL Mokhtarian, T Schwanen, V Van Acker, F Witlox
Transportation 43 (5), 771-796, 2016
1132016
Transportation policy as spatial planning tool; reducing urban sprawl by increasing travel costs and clustering infrastructure and public transportation
J De Vos, F Witlox
Journal of Transport Geography 33, 117-125, 2013
512013
How satisfying is the Scale for Travel Satisfaction?
J De Vos, T Schwanen, V Van Acker, F Witlox
Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour 29, 121-130, 2015
482015
Do people live in urban neighbourhoods because they do not like to travel? Analysing an alternative residential self-selection hypothesis
J De Vos, F Witlox
Travel Behaviour and Society 4, 29-39, 2016
472016
Travel Satisfaction Revisited. On the Pivotal Role of Travel Satisfaction in Conceptualising a Travel Behaviour Process
J De Vos, F Witlox
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 106, 364-373, 2017
402017
Analysing the effect of trip satisfaction on satisfaction with the leisure activity at the destination of the trip, in relationship with life satisfaction
J De Vos
Transportation 46 (3), 623-645, 2019
372019
The influence of attitudes on Transit-Oriented Development: An explorative analysis
J De Vos, V Van Acker, F Witlox
Transport Policy 35, 326-329, 2014
372014
The influence of land use and mobility policy on travel behavior: A comparative case study of Flanders and the Netherlands
J De Vos
Journal of Transport and Land Use 8 (1), 171-190, 2015
192015
Do satisfying walking and cycling trips result in more future trips with active travel modes? An exploratory study
J De Vos, T Schwanen, V Van Acker, F Witlox
International Journal of Sustainable Transportation 13 (3), 180-196, 2019
182019
Do people travel with their preferred travel mode? Analysing the extent of travel mode dissonance and its effect on travel satisfaction
J De Vos
Transportation research part A: policy and practice 117, 261-274, 2018
172018
Changing travel behaviour and attitudes following a residential relocation
J De Vos, D Ettema, F Witlox
Journal of Transport Geography 73, 131-147, 2018
162018
Urban sprawl: neighbourhood dissatisfaction and urban preferences. Some evidence from Flanders
J De Vos, V Van Acker, F Witlox
Urban Geography 37 (6), 839-862, 2016
162016
Applying a random forest method approach to model travel mode choice behavior
L Cheng, X Chen, J De Vos, X Lai, F Witlox
Travel behaviour and society 14, 1-10, 2019
152019
Satisfaction-induced travel behaviour
J De Vos
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 63, 12-21, 2019
112019
Active travel for active ageing in China: The role of built environment
L Cheng, X Chen, S Yang, Z Cao, J De Vos, F Witlox
Journal of Transport Geography 76, 142-152, 2019
112019
Kritische Massa: Verdiepingsrapport
M van Meeteren, K Boussauw, J Sansen, T Storme, E Louw, E Meijers, ...
Vlaamse overheid: Departement Ruimte Vlaanderen, 2015
72015
Does e-shopping replace shopping trips? Empirical evidence from Chengdu, China
K Shi, J De Vos, Y Yang, F Witlox
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 122, 21-33, 2019
42019
The road to happiness: from obtained mood during leisure trips and activities to satisfaction with life
J De Vos, T Schwanen, F Witlox
2017 World Symposium on Transport and Land Use Research (WSTLUR), July 3-6 …, 2017
42017
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