The influence of actor strategies on the spatial configuration of daily mobility: Exploration via simulation
Urban areas and their surroundings are under great changes. The "daily life proximity" is gradually remove in favor of a more diffuse organization, even outlying, of daily locations (Jouffe & al, 2015; Korsu 2010). This new organization is based on motorized transport modes which have high individual utility but alter the collective interest (pollution, congestion ...) (Heran, 2001).
A situation emerges where public stakeholders attempt to restrict issues generated by these "motorized" mobility behaviors. The various actions, strategies, implemented by public stakeholders are generally confronted to individual stakeholders. This individual stakeholders, who can be defined as “all the people living and interacting in an urban system”, have often divergent mobility strategies which limit the effectiveness of public stakeholders’ strategies (Anable, 2005; Buehler, 2011; Vredin Johanson et al, 2006).