• A comparison of bus passengers' and car drivers' valuation of casualty risk reductions in their routes 

      Flugel, Stefan Markus; Veisten, Knut; Rizzi, Luis I.; Ortuzar, Juan De Dios; Elvik, Rune (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018-09-22)
      Introduction The economic value of safety represents an important guide to transport policy, and more studies on individuals’ valuation of road safety are called for. This paper presents a stated preference study of the ...
    • Asymmetric preferences for road safety: Evidence from a stated choice experiment among car drivers 

      Flugel, Stefan Markus; Elvik, Rune; Veisten, Knut; Rizzi, Luis I.; Meyer, Sunniva Frislid; Ramjerdi, Farideh; Ortuzar, Juan De Dios (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2015-04-29)
      Recent research has proposed fitting responses from discrete choice experiments to asymmetric value functions consistent with prospect theory, taking into account respondents’ reference points in their valuation of choice ...
    • Car drivers' valuation of landslide risk reductions 

      Flugel, Stefan Markus; Rizzi, Luis I.; Veisten, Knut; Elvik, Rune; Ortuzar, Juan De Dios (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2015-02-28)
      Approximately one car occupant per year is killed as a result of landslides or avalanches in Norway, compared to 150–200 fatalities due to accidents. Still, protection from landslides is a major transport safety issue, ...
    • Competition and substitution between public transport modes 

      Fearnley, Nils; Currie, Graham; Flugel, Stefan Markus; Gregersen, Fredrik Alexander; Killi, Marit; Toner, Jeremy P; Wardman, Mark (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018-05-26)
      The management and understanding of modal split between public transport (PT) modes is of interest for numerous reasons. It may, for example, be desirable to stimulate passengers to switch from crowded buses and over to ...
    • Empirical speed models for cycling in the Oslo road network 

      Flugel, Stefan Markus; Hulleberg, Nina; Fyhri, Aslak; Weber, Christian; Ævarsson, Grétar (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017-11-23)
      Knowing the speed at which a cyclist travels is important in route and mode choice modelling. Empirical evidence suggests that it varies significantly in accordance with—among other things—infrastructure and topology. ...
    • Methodological challenges in modelling the choice of mode for a new travel alternative using binary stated choice data - The case of high speed rail in Norway 

      Flugel, Stefan Markus; Halse, Askill Harkjerr; Ortuzar, Juan De Dios; Rizzi, Luis I. (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2015-07-04)
      Binary stated choices between traveller’s current travel mode and a not-yet-existing mode might be used to build a forecasting model with all (current and future) travel alternatives. One challenge with this approach is ...
    • Review and meta-analysis of inter-modal cross-elasticity evidence 

      Wardman, Mark; Toner, Jeremy P; Fearnley, Nils; Flugel, Stefan Markus; Killi, Marit (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018-10-21)
    • Triggers of Urban Passenger Mode Shift – State of the Art and Model Evidence 

      Fearnley, Nils; Flugel, Stefan Markus; Killi, Marit; Gregersen, Fredrik Alexander; Wardman, Mark; Caspersen, Elise; Toner, Jeremy P (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017-08-14)
      Mode shift is at the core of sustainable transport in all world cities; yet we know comparatively little about it. While there is ample evidence of within-mode demand effects, we know in general very little about what mode ...
    • What Factors Affect Cross-Modal Substitution - Evidences from the Oslo Area 

      Flugel, Stefan Markus; Fearnley, Nils; Toner, Jeremy P (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017-11-27)
      The vast majority of studies on urban travel demand focus on the effect on the demand of one travel mode given a change in the characteristics of that same transport mode, for example, own-elasticities. comparatively little ...