Danique Ton

Danique is a PhD researcher in the Allegro project (active mode research). Her PhD project involves modelling the route and mode choice behaviour of individuals in urban environments. She investigates the composition and size of the choice set out of which individuals make a choice and the factors that drive individuals to choose a certain route or mode. Generally, her interests lie in the travel behaviour domain. Both methodology, such as discrete choice modelling, and empirical applications are at the core of her research.

Danique has a Master’s Degree in Civil Engineering from TU Delft from the Transport & Planning track. Previous to joining TU Delft, she worked at the Dutch Railways (NS) in the stations department, where she worked as a researcher investigating walking activities and movements in the station environment.

Soza-Parra J., Cats O., Carney Y. and Vanderwaart C. (2019). Lessons and Evaluation of a Headway Control Experiment in Washington D.C. Proceedings of the 98th Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington DC.


Ton D., Zomer L-B., Schneider F., Hoogendoorn-Lanser S., Duives D., Cats O. and Hoogendoorn S. (2019). Latent Classes of Daily Mobility Patterns: The Relationship with Attitudes towards Modes. Transportation. In press.


Ton D., Zomer L-B., Schneider F., Hoogendoorn-Lanser S., Duives D., Cats O. and Hoogendoorn S. (2019). Latent Classes of Daily Mobility Patterns: The Relationship with Attitudes towards ModesTransportation. In press.

Ton D., Duives D., Cats O. and Hoogendoorn S. (2018). Evaluating a Data-Driven Approach for Choice Set Identification using GPS Bicycle Route Choice Data from Amsterdam. Travel Behaviour and Society, 13, 105-117.


Ton D., Duives D., Cats O., Hoogendoorn-Lanser S. and Hoogendoorn S. (2018). Cycling or walking? Determinants of mode choice in the Netherlands. Transportation Research Part A. In press.


Ton D., Duives D., Cats O., Hoogendoorn-Lanser S. and Hoogendoorn S. ”Determinants of the Consideration Mode Choice Set”. 7th European Symposium on Quantitative Methods in Transportation Systems (hEART), Athens, Greece, September 2018.


Ton D., Zomer L., Schneider F., Hoogendoorn-Lanser S., Duives D., Cats O. and Hoogendoorn S. (2018). “Latent Classes of Daily Mobility Patterns: The Relationship with Attitudes towards Modes”. The 15th  International Conference on Travel Behavior Research (IATBR). Santa Barbara, USA. July 2018.


Ton D., Cats O., Duives D. and Hoogendoorn S. (2017). How do People Cycle in Amsterdam? Existing Cyclists’ Route Choice Determinants using GPS Data from an Urban Area. Transportation Research Record.


Ton D., Cats O., Duives D. and Hoogendoorn S. (2017). How do People Cycle in Amsterdam? Existing Cyclists’ Route Choice Determinants using GPS Data from an Urban Area. Proceedings of the 96th Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington DC.


Ton D., Duives D., Cats O. and Hoogendoorn S. (2017). Evaluating a data-driven approach for choice set identification. International Choice Modelling Conference, Cape Town.


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