Location attractiveness: is ITS becoming a high-ranked factor?
Vienna, Austria : [S.n.]
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AESOP Conference, 13 juli 2005
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Planologie, ihb lokale en reg. ruimtelijke beleid
SubjectInnovations in Spatial and Environmental Governance
This paper describes a study on the effects of Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) on location preferences of office-keeping organisations. To measure these effects a Stated Preference (SP) experiment has been conducted in the Netherlands. Representatives of office-keeping organisations in selected city regions have been questioned about the attractiveness of pre-specified location profiles which included three ITS attributes. Next a preference model has been estimated in order to test two hypotheses. The first hypothesis is that the introduction of these ITS attributes will change the preferences of office-keeping organisations regarding locations. The second hypothesis is that if preferences will change, the ITS attributes have a significant contribution to the preference model. It appears that all the three ITS attributes, with difference in strength, have a significant contribution to the preference model.
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