Traffic between school, work and home in Aruba
In this paper we will provide information about the geographical background of daily travel between home, school, and work and the use of different modes of transport. This information is valuable to understand the origin of traffic jams and in order to be able to relate road traffic load to the location of schools, homes and work, or, to characterize regions by type of school attendance and job sites. Also, we describe the characterization of car ownership by the more vulnerable groups in Aruba and in view of their dependency on own private transportation and their accessibility to the network of public transport.

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