Kees Maat
Kees Maat
Associate professor, Delft University of Technology
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Commuting by bicycle: an overview of the literature
E Heinen, B Van Wee, K Maat
Transport reviews 30 (1), 59-96, 2010
The influence of financial incentives and other socio-economic factors on electric vehicle adoption
W Sierzchula, S Bakker, K Maat, B Van Wee
Energy policy 68, 183-194, 2014
Deriving and validating trip purposes and travel modes for multi-day GPS-based travel surveys: A large-scale application in the Netherlands
W Bohte, K Maat
Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies 17 (3), 285-297, 2009
The role of attitudes toward characteristics of bicycle commuting on the choice to cycle to work over various distances
E Heinen, K Maat, B Van Wee
Transportation research part D: transport and environment 16 (2), 102-109, 2011
A method to evaluate equitable accessibility: combining ethical theories and accessibility-based approaches
K Lucas, B Van Wee, K Maat
Transportation 43, 473-490, 2016
Measuring attitudes in research on residential self‐selection and travel behaviour: a review of theories and empirical research
W Bohte, K Maat, B Van Wee
Transport reviews 29 (3), 325-357, 2009
The effect of work-related factors on the bicycle commute mode choice in the Netherlands
E Heinen, K Maat, B Van Wee
Transportation 40, 23-43, 2013
Land use and travel behaviour: expected effects from the perspective of utility theory and activity-based theories
K Maat, B Van Wee, D Stead
Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 32 (1), 33-46, 2005
The influence of built environment to the trends in commuting journeys in the Netherlands
YO Susilo, K Maat
Transportation 34, 589-609, 2007
Stakeholders interests, expectations, and strategies regarding the development and implementation of electric vehicles: The case of the Netherlands
S Bakker, K Maat, B Van Wee
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 66, 52-64, 2014
Long-term impacts of transport infrastructure networks on land-use change: an international review of empirical studies
D Kasraian, K Maat, D Stead, B Van Wee
Transport reviews 36 (6), 772-792, 2016
Technological diversity of emerging eco-innovations: a case study of the automobile industry
W Sierzchula, S Bakker, K Maat, B Van Wee
Journal of Cleaner Production 37, 211-220, 2012
The competitive environment of electric vehicles: An analysis of prototype and production models
W Sierzchula, S Bakker, K Maat, B Van Wee
Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions 2, 49-65, 2012
Day-to-day choice to commute or not by bicycle
E Heinen, K Maat, B Van Wee
Transportation Research Record 2230 (1), 9-18, 2011
Representing multifunctional cities: density and diversity in space and time
M Batty, E Besussi, K Maat, JJ Harts
Built Environment 30 (4), 324-337, 2004
Do people consider an acceptable travel time? Evidence from Berkeley, CA
D Milakis, R Cervero, B Van Wee, K Maat
Journal of Transport Geography 44, 76-86, 2015
Influence of the residential and work environment on car use in dual-earner households
K Maat, HJP Timmermans
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 43 (7), 654-664, 2009
Impacts of the built environment and travel behaviour on attitudes: Theories underpinning the reverse causality hypothesis
B Van Wee, J De Vos, K Maat
Journal of transport geography 80, 102540, 2019
The influence of the residential environment on green-space travel: testing the compensation hypothesis
K Maat, P De Vries
Environment and Planning A 38 (11), 2111-2127, 2006
Accessibility or innovation? Store shopping trips versus online shopping
K Maat, R Konings
Transportation Research Record 2672 (50), 1-10, 2018
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