Daily mobility in Brussels: challenges, tools and priority undertakings

Michel Hubert, Kevin Lebrun, Philippe Huynen, Frédéric Dobruszkes
2013 Brussels Studies  
La revue scientifique électronique pour les recherches sur Bruxelles / Het elektronisch wetenschappelijk tijdschrift voor onderzoek over Brussel / The e-journal for academic research on Brussels 2016 Notes de synthèse | 2013 Daily mobility in Brussels: challenges, tools and priority undertakings BSI synopsis La mobilité quotidienne à Bruxelles : défis, outils et chantiers prioritaires. Note de synthèse BSI De dagelijkse mobiliteit in Brussel: uitdagingen, instrumenten en prioritaire
more » ... . BSI synthesenota Benjamin Wayens (Brussels Studies Senior Editor), +32(0)2 211 78 22, bwayens@brusselsstudies.be Joost Vaesen (Director of the BSI), + 32(0)476 78 93 37, joost.vaesen@ulb.ac.be BSI synopsis. Daily mobility in Brussels: challenges, tools and priority undertakings Michel Hubert, Kevin Lebrun, Philippe Huynen and Frédéric Dobruszkes Brussels Studies is published thanks to the support of Innoviris (Brussels Institute for Research and Innovation -Brussels-Capital Region) www.brusselsstudiesinstitute.be the platform for research on Brussels w w w. b r u s s e l s s t u d i e s . b e the e-journal for academic research on Brussels Michel Hubert has a doctorate in sociology and is a professor at Université Saint-Louis (Brussels) where he studies mobility practices in particular. He is also interested in the history and structure of transport networks and their impact on the city and its users: see among others 'Expo '58 and "the car as king". What future for Brussels's major urban road infrastructure?' [2008, Brussels Studies n°22] and, with F. Dobruszkes, F. Laporte and C. Veiders, 'Réorganisation d'un réseau de transport collectif urbain, ruptures de charge et mobilités éprouvantes à Bruxelles' [2011, Articulo, Journal of Urban Research, n°7]. hubert@fusl.ac.be Kevin Lebrun has a master's degree in geography from Université libre de Bruxelles, where he wrote a thesis on new urban stations. In connection with this work, he recently published, with F. Dobruszkes, 'New RER stations for Brussels? Challenges, methods and constraints' [2012, Brussels Studies n°56]. He is currently working as a researcher at Centre d'études sociologiques (Université Saint-Louis, Brussels) where he participates in the implementation of the Brussels-Capital Region mobility observatory. klebrun@fusl.ac.be Sociologist and IT specialist, Philippe Huynen combines the art of numbers and the art of understanding; at Centre d'études sociologiques (Université Saint-Louis, Brussels), he is involved in the design, follow-up and analysis of quantitative studies. He has published with B. Montulet and M. Hubert, 'Etre mobile. Vécus du temps et usages des modes de transport à Bruxelles' [2007, Université Saint-Louis publications]. The same authors have published with J.
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