Projects and articles of Inge Mayeres
ResearcherInge Mayeres has a PhD in economics (KU Leuven). She worked at VITO and at the Belgian Federal Planning Bureau. Before that she was a postdoctoral researcher of the Fund of Scientific Research Flanders and did research at the Centre for Economic Studies of the KU Leuven. During her career she has made economic evaluations of various aspects of transport policy. For example she analysed innovative transport pricing systems such as road pricing, the reform of car taxation, the effects of environmentally harmful transport subsidies, the international benchmarking of local public transport, the service quality at public transport nodes and the interaction between transport and spatial policy. In addition, she has expertise in European transport policy, the development of long term transport outlooks and the determinants of the external costs of transport.
Renewable Fuels for Aviation
Coordination of renewable fuel stakeholders' strategy in the field of aviation.
Research on Clean Power for Taxis.
Feasability study extension of the low emission zone Antwerp
Feasibility study on the extension of the low emission zone in Antwerp.
Cost calculation of the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions by the transport sector
Quantitative analysis to support the assessment of measures for the reduction of climate change.
Research and development of energy transition models, whereby TML will focus on the relation between energy and transport.
Analysis of the impacts of automated vehicles on traffic safety and efficiency on both motorways and urban areas, especially in ‘Transition Areas’.