As studies show, purchasing power and price development play an increasingly important role on mobility behavior. The aim is therefore to determine financial impact variables and their magnitude on the level of private households as well as the overall economic level, on mobility. These include the "classical" influencing factors on the mobility decisions such as location, accessibility, functional mixtures in the settlement area, but also household parameters (number of persons, age, education, income relationships, commuter rates, etc.). The purpose of the project is therefore to improve the evidence base on mobility behavior by "intersecting" consumer surveys and data on mobility behavior (mobility surveys, commuting surveys, etc.).
Client Austrian Ministry for Transport, Innovation and Technology (BMVIT)
Project Partners tbw research GesmbH, Vienna University of Technology - Institute of Transportation (Project Lead), Statistics Austria
Project Duration June 2016 to May 2018
Services of tbwr Data Analysis, Identification of relevant Questions / Indicators