Thomas Vanoutrive is Lecturer at the Research Group for Urban Development, Faculty of Design Sciences, University of Antwerp and was previously a researcher at the Department of Transport and Regional Economics, UAntwerp, and the Department of Geography, Ghent University. He is also a member of the Urban Studies Institute. He holds a joint Ph.D. in Applied Economics (UAntwerp) and Geography (Ghent University).

His research focuses on transport policy and planning, including mobility management policies, sustainable mobility planning, and workplace travel plans.

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Favorite (place in the) city

“Which is your favourite city?” is not only a question of place, but also a matter of time. For example, Paris in 1871 was a different city than Paris today. Nevertheless, if I have to choose one city, I would go for the self-declared capital of geography, Saint-Dié-des-Vosges.