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Quelles attitudes et satisfaction envers les moyens de transport ? Le cas des frontaliers travaillant au Luxembourg

Abstract : Extending the Theory of Planned Behaviour conceptual framework presented by Bamberg and Schmidt to relate the intention towards a transportation mode to its utility, this article aims at including self-reported satisfaction to estimate a latent factor of the perceived utility that is used for modelling the commuting mode choice, accounting usages and representations. Using a mobility survey among cross-border workers in Luxembourg in 2010-2011, this article brings together these elements with structural equations. The main results of this research are the use of satisfaction feedback to overcome partly the fact that the commute choices are related to habits despite a cross-sectional design, and it provides some longitudinal perspectives. Transport attitudes are, in fact, better predictors of the utility/intention and the commuting mode choice than pro-environmental attitudes.
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Philippe Gerber, Marius Thériault, Samuel Carpentier-Postel, Christophe Enaux. Quelles attitudes et satisfaction envers les moyens de transport ? Le cas des frontaliers travaillant au Luxembourg. Les travailleurs frontaliers au Luxembourg et en Suisse : Emploi, Quotidien et Perceptions, 2019, pp.85-99. ⟨10.25353/ubtr-xxxx-2824-db4c⟩. ⟨halshs-02146518⟩

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