Using the concept of mobility strategies as the set of tools people employ to perform their daily activities, this presentation focuses on interdependence as a key aspect needed to understand daily activity-travel behavior. We present a recent data collection and modeling effort performed in Concepción, Chile, which tries to disentangle key mobility strategy dimensions, such as time, space and monetary allocation in the context of people interdependence with their social networks.
Juan Antonio Carrasco
Associate Professor, Civil Engineering
Universidad de Concepcíon, Chile
Juan Antonio Carrasco is an Associate Professor at the Department of Civil Engineering at Universidad de Concepción, Chile. He holds a PhD from University of Toronto. His research focuses on the social dimension of travel behavior, exploring methods to collect and analyze information of the role of people's social networks in their activities and mobility.
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