Smartphones, travel time-use, and attitudes to public transport services. Insights from an explorative study of urban dwellers in two Norwegian cities

@article{Julsrud2017SmartphonesTT,
  title={Smartphones, travel time-use, and attitudes to public transport services. Insights from an explorative study of urban dwellers in two Norwegian cities},
  author={T. Julsrud and J. Denstadli},
  journal={International Journal of Sustainable Transportation},
  year={2017},
  volume={11},
  pages={602 - 610}
}
ABSTRACT The uptake of mobile media with internet connection has increased rapidly in almost every part of the world, and this has significantly changed how public transport passengers use their travel time. Studies have documented that use of mobile information and communication technologies (ICT) while traveling has the potential to enrich use of travel time and in some cases, strengthen positive attitudes towards public transport. The alternative hypothesis—that mobile communication… Expand
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