Background: One way to increase physical activity is to stimulate a shift from car use to walking or cycling. In single-purpose trips, purpose was found to be an important predictor of transport choice. However, as far as known, no studies have been conducted to see how trips with combined purposes affect this decision. This study was designed to provide insight into associations between combined purposes and transport choice.
Scheepers, C. E., Slinger, M., Wendel-Vos, W., & Schuit, A. J. (2014). How Combined Trip Purposes Are Associated with Transport Choice for Short Distance Trips. Results from a Cross-Sectional Study in the Netherlands. PLoS ONE, 9(12), [e114797]. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0114797