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Vlaanderen vs. Nederland: invloed van de ruimtelijke planning op mobiliteit

Jonas De Vos (UGent) , Veronique Van Acker (UGent) and Frank Witlox (UGent)
(2012) RUIMTE & MAATSCHAPPIJ. 3(4). p.1-27
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Flanders and The Netherlands have a very different land use pattern. This seems to have infl uenced travel behavior in both regions. An active spatial planning policy in The Netherlands, clustering activities in urban surroundings, appears to have realized a quite sustainable travel behavior. The rather passive spatial planning in Flanders, resulting in urban sprawl, stimulated car use. The applied mobility policy also has an impact on travel behavior of Flemings and Dutchmen. Infrastructure is concentrated in Dutch urban environments, whereas Flanders has a more widespread network of infrastructure, resulting in a further increase of suburbanization.
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Mobility, The Netherlands, Flanders, Mobility policy, Travel behavior, Spatial planning

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De Vos, Jonas, Veronique Van Acker, and Frank Witlox. 2012. “Vlaanderen Vs. Nederland: Invloed Van De Ruimtelijke Planning Op Mobiliteit.” Ruimte & Maatschappij 3 (4): 1–27.
APA
De Vos, Jonas, Van Acker, V., & Witlox, F. (2012). Vlaanderen vs. Nederland: invloed van de ruimtelijke planning op mobiliteit. RUIMTE & MAATSCHAPPIJ, 3(4), 1–27.
Vancouver
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De Vos J, Van Acker V, Witlox F. Vlaanderen vs. Nederland: invloed van de ruimtelijke planning op mobiliteit. RUIMTE & MAATSCHAPPIJ. 2012;3(4):1–27.
MLA
De Vos, Jonas, Veronique Van Acker, and Frank Witlox. “Vlaanderen Vs. Nederland: Invloed Van De Ruimtelijke Planning Op Mobiliteit.” RUIMTE & MAATSCHAPPIJ 3.4 (2012): 1–27. Print.
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