Hélène Nessi

Hélène Nessi is an assistant professor in spatial and urban planning at the University of Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense, UMR CNRS LAVUE. Her research focuses on daily and leisure mobility in urban and periurban areas, urban forms and lifestyles and energy policies and coordination between networks (transport, water, electricity) and urban planning.

La mobilité périurbaine : le changement, c’est pour quand ?

Hélène NessiBenoit ContiLaurent ProulhacPatricia Sajous et Mariane Thébert | 24.03.2017

Is there an effective change in the mobility system of the suburban area in the Île-de-France ? How to identify it ? This article aims at updating the evolving (or not evolving) residential and daily mobility patterns through three case studies in the Île-de-France. Results show that change doesn’t challenge the whole system but rather consists of adaptive measures. Evolution in the use of car ensures the global system’s stability. Those adaptive measures are nevertheless the source of new [...]