Here you can find a list of current and past ifmo publications for download. Some of the older publications can also be ordered as hard copy. If you are interested, please email the individual study contact person.

Datum der Veröffentlichung
2016
Titel
Autonomous Driving: The Impact of Vehicle Automation on Mobility Behaviour
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Autonomous pub
Short description
The aim of this study is to evaluate how self-driving cars might impact people’s travel behaviour and mode choices until the year 2035, focusing particularly on three markets: Germany, the United States and China.
Background
Project partner:

DLR Institute of Transport Research

Stefan Trommer
Viktoriya Kolarova
Eva Frädrich
Lars Kröger
Benjamin Kickhöfer
Dr. Tobias Kuhnimhof
Prof. Barbara Lenz

additional support by:

Tongji University, Department of Urban Planning
Stanford University, Center for Automotive Research
Inovaplan Gmbh
Bildlegende
Publisher: ifmo, Munich December 2016  
Contact: Dr. Peter Phleps ifmo-Team
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Study, PDF 1,73 MB (en)

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Datum der Veröffentlichung
2016
Titel
Carsharing 2025 - Niche or Mainstream?
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Carsharing pub
Short description
Is Carsharing a longterm trend that stimulates changes in car ownership structures? This study aims at evaluating the carsharing market potential in German until the year 2025.

This publication is only available in German. An English summary is available below.
Background
Project partner:

Universität für Bodenkultur Wien, Institut für Verkehrswesen

Prof. Regine Gerike
Dr. Reinhard Hössinger
Maria Juschten
Sebastian Riegler

TU Dresden, Professur für Verkehrspsychologie
Lars Rößger
Prof. Bernhard Schlag

Inovaplan GmbH
Dr. Wilko Manz
Christoph Rentschler
Bildlegende
Publisher: ifmo, Munich September 2016  
Contact: Dr. Johanna Esch ifmo-Team
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Study, PDF 13,3 MB (de)

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Summary, PDF 1,1 MB (en)

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Datum der Veröffentlichung
2016
Titel
Mobility Trends in Cutting Edge Cities
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Ifmo mobilty-trends pub
Short description
What are the effects of new services and regulatory framework conditions on mobility behavior? Which modes benefit from the developments? The study sheds light on recent travel trends in Paris, Singapore, Santiago, Tokyo and Vienna.
Background
Project Partner:

DLR Institute of Transport Research

Mirko Goletz
Dr. Dirk Heinrichs
Bildlegende
Publisher: ifmo, Munich Februar 2016  
Contact: Dr. Irene Feige ifmo-Team
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Study, PDF 3,83 MB (en)

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Datum der Veröffentlichung
2013
Titel
Megacity Mobility Culture – How Cities Move on in a Diverse World
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Ifmo 2013 Megacity Mobility Culture eng
Short description
This book demonstrates that the concept of ‘mobility culture’ provides a framework for understanding the development of urban transport which transcends the boundaries between academic disciplines. Based on a discussion of the diversity of megacities worldwide, it provides help in navigating the complexity of megacity mobility culture. Experts from megacities around the world each take the reader on a journey to their own city and its mobility culture, giving a deeper insight into the unique evolutionary paths of mobility that these places have taken,
and what lies before them.
Background
Project partners:

TU München, Institut für Verkehrswesen,
Fachgebiet für Siedlungsstruktur und Verkehrsplanung,
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Gehard Wulfhorst

Prof. Jeff Kenworthy, Institut für Humangeographie, Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität Frankfurt, und Curtin University of Technology, Australia
Bildlegende
Publisher: ifmo, Munich January 2013  
Contact: Dr. Irene Feige ifmo-Team
Media partner: Springer Springer
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Teaser, PDF 279 KB (en)

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Beschreibung
You can order the study from Springer.
www.springer.com