MSc MADE Thesis AMS Institute - The influence of residential and work locations on commuting durations and distances

MADE Student Project

This study examines the extent of which residential location and workplace location affect commuting duration and commuting distance. Moreover, social equity issues in commuting in connection to rising property values in Amsterdam come to the fore by splitting to income groups. The report employs data from the 2010, 2011, 2016 and 2017 OViN surveys to investigate changes over a time period of five years.

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Author: Mike Schroten

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