The day-to-day perspective of individual travel behavior (i.e., intra-personal variability) has been the focus of a range of transport research studies over the last 40 years. The subjects of numerous studies were, for example, stability and flexibility in personal travel (Herz 1983), variability (Hanson and Huff 1982, 1988a, 1988b; Pas 1986, 1987), rhythms (Huff and Hanson 1990), or the dynamic adjustment of behavior towards a changing travel environment (Mahmassani et al. 1997; Mannering and Hamed 1990).
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Kay W. Axhausen
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