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The influence op positive interventions on cycling

Due to the COVID-19 crisis measures the PhD defense of Amelia (Bingyuan) Huang will take place (partly) online in the presence of an invited audience. 

The PhD defence can be followed by a live stream.

Amelia (Bingyuan) Huang is a PhD student in the research group Transport Engineering and Management (TEM). Her supervisor is E.C. van Berkum from the Faculty of Engineering Technology.

Reducing car use by positive interventions with the aid of smartphone technology can be a potential policy measure. Stated choice experiment and a real-world experiment based on a smartphone app provide insights into the interventions design and travel behavioural change. Results show that cycling challenges and rewards can nudge travellers away from cars to bikes in a short-term and have the potential for the sustained behavioural change over a longer-term.