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La mobilité spatiale locale : l'influence de la mobilité quotidienne sur la mobilité résidentielle : l'exemple des résidants actifs luxembourgeois

Abstract : Mobility and housing are today at the centre of the urban development issues. Indeed, the raise of the motorization rate, combined with the increasing property market pressure, are leading to a disruption of proximity links and tend to generate transportation system saturation. Those difficulties affecting mobility gives tensions (increased travel time, risk of delay, etc.). The objective of this thesis was to study the weight of those tensions in the residential mobility process. A survey was conducted among 500 active’s Luxemburg residents. Those people have recently changed housing without having changed their workplace. Results show that some people get now closer to their workplace in order to reduce their daily mobility tensions. This research helped highlighting links between daily mobility and residential mobility conjunction and lead to a better understanding of the local spatial mobility system of individuals.
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David Epstein. La mobilité spatiale locale : l'influence de la mobilité quotidienne sur la mobilité résidentielle : l'exemple des résidants actifs luxembourgeois. Sociologie. Université de Strasbourg, 2013. Français. ⟨NNT : 2013STRAH009⟩. ⟨tel-00932481v2⟩

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