Road Users’ Behavior

Road Users’ Behavior

SCOPE

Understanding travelers’ behavior in response to new technologies and policies is critical for proper planning and determination of measures and incentives that will encourage them to increase vehicle occupancy (transit and sharing), reduce motorized travel, and minimize congestion and emissions.

AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITIES

Travel behavior, demand modeling, behavioral change, incentives, innovative data collection

COMMITTEE CHAIR

 

 

 

Prof. Erel Avineri, Afeka Tel-Aviv Academic College of Engineering

 

CONTACT

If you would like to join the Road Users’ Behavior Professional Committee or if you would like to collaborate with us, you can contact Prof. Erel Avineri, Committee Chair.