The Journal of Transport Geography just published our article: “Travel trends among young adults in Germany: increasing multimodality and declining car use for men“. The article appears in the September 2012 issue.
Here is the full citation:
Kuhnimhof, T., Buehler, R., Kalinowska, D., Wirtz, M. 2012. “Travel Trends for Young Adults in Germany: Increasing Multimodality and Declining Car Use for Men,” Transport Geography,Vol. 24, pp. 443-450.
Here is the abstract of the article:
“After decades of growth in motorization and car use, recent trends suggest stagnating travel demand in Germany. This paper focuses on travel trends of young German adults between 18 and 29. For decades these young adults represented one of the most car oriented age groups. Until the 1990s car use increased for all age groups in Germany, including young adults. Based on a range of primary and secondary data sources this…
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