Sophia Becker was interviewed in the podcast series SheDrivesMobility.
In the early news of the Berlin radio stations RS2 and Berliner Rundfunk, Sophia Becker from TU Berlin commented on the plans of Transport Senator Regine Günter to introduce a driving ban for cars with internal combustion engines in Berlin's city centre by 2030.
In the mobility magazine Die Sonntagsfahrer (The Sunday Drivers) of the RBB radio station, Sophia Becker from TU Berlin commented on the planned introduction of a driving ban for cars with internal combustion engines in Berlin's city centre by 2030.
Sophia Becker from TU Berlin was interviewed in the innovative format of ARTE's Snapchat programme Frequently Asked Questions F.A.Q. on the question "Should we ban cars to save the world?". (20 November 2019)
In her empirical study, Sophia Becker investigates whether technical improvements in car efficiency lead consumers to buy a bigger car, travel longer distances, or drive faster.
Researchers at the Transportation Sustainability Research Center (TSRC), UC Berkeley in partnership with Zipcar conducted a survey to better understand the impact that carsharing has on college member travel behavior, vehicle holdings and driving, quality of life, and transportation expense savings.
Who are the first-time users of electric vehicles? How are the vehicles used in everyday life, what are the limitations of use at this point, and how do users deal with these limitations?
The socioeconomic characteristics of early adopters of electric vehicles (EVs) differ from those of buyers of conventional vehicles, as do their attitudes towards new technologies, their mobility, and their awareness of ecological issues.