Road Pricing and Relocation Decisions of Dutch Households

Taede Tillema*, Bert van Wee, Dick Ettema

*Bijbehorende auteur voor dit werk

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Using stated preference data collected among Dutch respondents, this paper explores the effects of kilometre and cordon charges on the decision to move house or change jobs. About 5 per cent of the respondents indicated a reasonably high probability of moving house if a road pricing measure were to be implemented; with respect to job change, this was about 13.5 per cent. On the basis of an ordered probit analysis, it was possible to identify several important variables that help to explain these figures. The variables that affect people's decision to move house or change jobs are more or less the same. Somewhat unexpectedly, the price level of the road pricing measure does not seem to have a significant impact.

Originele taal-2English
Pagina's (van-tot)3013-3033
Aantal pagina's21
TijdschriftUrban Studies
Nummer van het tijdschrift14
StatusPublished - dec.-2010

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