Larissa Eggers studied the MSc Transport, Infrastructure & Logistics (TIL) at Delft University of Technology. For her graduation project at the Netherlands Institute for Transport Policy Analysis (KiM), she developed an integrated choice and latent variable model for the analysis of social norms as determinants of mode choice. During her Bachelor in Industrial Engineering and Management at TU Berlin, she focused on transport analysis and policy, and worked as a research assistant in the Workgroup for Infrastructure Policy at her university. As Researcher I at Significance, Larissa develops and extends strategic models for passenger and freight transport. Aside from that, she has a keen interest in sustainable mobility, in particular active modes, and the potential of psychological factors for behavioural modelling and analysis.