Survey on willingness to pay and price perception of the 9-Euro-Ticket launched
Research group „Flexible Transport Systems and Complex Urban Dynamics“ at the
TU Dresden investigates possibilities for future ticket pricing
The research group Flexible Transport Systems and Complex Urban Dynamics (FTSCUD) at the „Friedrich List“ Faculty of Transport and Traffic Sciences at TU Dresden is conducting an online survey on price sensitivity in cooperation with the University of Göttingen on the introduction of the nationwide 9-Euro-Ticket. The survey is intended to collect data for the investigation of user groups on the one hand and to investigate the possibilities of a future fare structure on the other hand.
Click here for the survey „Price sensitivity of the 9-EURO ticket“ by the TU Dresden and the University of Göttingen (only in German). https://wiwigoettingen.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_dbgs2LPNAgA9nq6
This survey is intended to take advantage of the unique opportunity to participate in the largest German real experiment in nationwide public transport and to assess the impact of the service on rural and urban areas. To avoid overlaps with other surveys, the focus was placed on willingness to pay and price perception. The results should help to evaluate changes for public transport compared to the status quo and to show possible effects of a changed price/fare design.
The data will be collected anonymously and processed in accordance with the DSGVO. The data collected will be used exclusively for scientific research.
Start date of the survey: 1 June 2022
About the „Friedrich List“ Faculty of Transport and Traffic Sciences at the TU Dresden:
The faculty is the only one in Germany dedicated to transport and traffic sciences and has an internationally recognized competence for sustainable mobility. The interdisciplinary research covers the entire range of transport on land and in the air. The faculty is a pioneer in the development of systemic solutions for the design of safe, efficient and sustainable transport systems according to technical, economic, ecological and social criteria. Research and teaching are interdisciplinary networked within the TU Dresden and the DRESDEN-concept network as well as together with national and international partners from science and practice. More than 200 scientists research and teach at seven institutes and 20 professorships. The faculty offers 6 own study programs, including the diploma degree in Transport Engineering, the bachelor degree in Transport Economics and 4 master programs. For practical applications in research and teaching, the researchers and 1,100 students of the faculty have access to around 30 laboratories or experimental and test facilities. https://tu-dresden.de/bu/verkehr
Press contact „Friedrich List“ Faculty of Transport and Traffic Sciences, TU Dresden
Phone: +49 351 463-34908
(Deutsch) Wissenschaftlicher Ansprechpartner:
Jan Christian Schlüter
Group Leader Flexible Transport Systems and Complex Urban Dynamics
"Friedrich List" Faculty of Transport and Traffic Sciences
mobile: +49 176 22867713
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