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What mobility for teenagers? Results from a qualitative survey in Grenoble metropolitan area

This report aims to precise mobility needs and difficulties encountered by teenagers in their mobility. In the context of an increasing use of ICT, the topic is also to understand the role of technologies concerning mobility planning and travel activities. We then want to precise the acceptance of Mini-EV in mobility habits. Analyses we will present take also into account parents rules, autonomy degrees and the influence of the social environment on mobility of young people. The qualitative survey was made within the metropolitan area of Grenoble. The sample is composed of 18 teenagers under 18 years old (assuming a diversity in age, gender, social conditions and residential context) and 10 parents. Individual interviews were completed by a Mini EV training. Debriefing interviews after training allow collecting some opinions following the test of Mini-EV vehicles on 64 teenagers. The qualitative survey was conducted thanks to the support of the Institut des Métiers Techniques (IMT) and the Lycée Guynemer from Grenoble.

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