The model consists of 57 regions of the world, many of them representing single countries, i.e. all the European countries and other world major economies. In the model, we consider all transportation modes (road, air, rail, maritime, and inland navigation) that interact through four interrelated modules: Transport Demand, Fleet, Environmental, and Welfare.
Research and development of energy transition models, whereby TML will focus on the relation between energy and transport.
Projection Model for Brussels Road Traffic
Update of the projection model for energy consumption and air pollution of road traffic in the Brussels-Capital Region.
Understanding the Second-Hand Car Market in the EU
Analysis of the pricing mechanisms and the trade patterns of second-hand cars and light commercial vehicles
Citizen-led air pollution reduction in cities.
An Integrated Approach Reducing Car CO2 Emissions
Non-vehicle technology related measures to reduce CO2 emissions
Regional Fleet Composition Belgium
Development of an approach for harmonized fleet composition statistics for the Belgian regions for use in emission modelling
The Federal Government as "Launching Customer" of Electric Mobility
Roadmap for the transition of the federal government fleet and the fleets of autonomous public enterprises to electric mobility
Fleet, Market, and CO2 Emissions of Passenger Cars and Vans
Data gathering and analysis to improve the understanding of the fleet, market, and CO2 emissions of M2 and N2 category of veh...
Potential of EV in the Government Fleet
Potential and economic and environmental impact of the replacement of conventional vehicles by electric vehicles within the f...
LGV in the Road Transport Market
Light Goods Vehicles in the Road Transport Market of the European Union
European second-hand-car market analysis
Estimating the impact of company cars on congestion and emissions