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Modéliser les chaînes de déplacements : reconstruire la mobilité quotidienne à travers le prisme des déplacements secondaires

Abstract : The evolution of mobility practices in France is directly linked to the evolution of the structure of cities. Urban sprawl and suburbanization have led individuals to adapt their mobility behavior. The bursting of the location of places of activity in the territory complicates the timetable organization of people. The traditional home-to-work is no longer a reference, the home losing its function as a " fallback " including meridian hours (Kaufmann, 2008). These daily journeys (Wiel, 1999) no longer have the same configuration. This disruption of mobility habits does not prevent the car to remain the indispensable condition for achieving several trips in a row. The restructuring in the organization of individuals commuting shows a relatively high propensity for chaining (Kieffer and Audard, 2013). Individuals then choose not to return home, but to continue their activities, making multiple stops along the trip chain for targeted reasons.
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Lionel Kieffer, Frédéric Audard. Modéliser les chaînes de déplacements : reconstruire la mobilité quotidienne à travers le prisme des déplacements secondaires. Colloque CIST, Mar 2014, Paris, France. ⟨halshs-01149397⟩

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