Modelling activity-travel behaviour dynamics with panel data: The state-of-the-art
The field of travel behaviour dynamics represented a vibrant research area in the 1980s and the 1990s (Golob & Meurs, 1987; Golob, Kitamura, & Long, 1997; Kitamura, 1990), but has since, probably due to lack of mobility panel data, received relatively little attention by transportation researchers. Nevertheless, through the use of panel data (repeated measures of the same individuals) many new insights may be gained with respect to travel behaviour, insights that are fundamentally different from those that can possibly be gained from cross-sectional data.
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