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The aim of this study is to take a step back about teleworking as a tool to tackle mobility issues. Beyond the renewed interest in the public debate from which teleworking benefits, and its strong emphasis since the start of the COVID-19 epidemic, the aim here is to use reliable sources and proven models to identify the relationship between increased teleworking and decreased transport demand. To this end, the PLANET model of the Federal Planning Bureau has been adapted to explicitly take into account changes in this practice in its long-term projections.
Transport > Long-term transport demand outlook
Urban, Rural, and Regional Economics > Transportation Systems > Transportation: Demand, Supply, and Congestion [R41]
Urban, Rural, and Regional Economics > Transportation Systems > Government Pricing; Regulatory Policies [R48]