Travel behaviour modification, also called TravelSmart®, Indimark® and Travel
Blending®, has been offered as a solution to the dependence of urban populations on
the car. Travel behaviour modification is a voluntary ...
method has been developed to synthesize household travel
survey data from a combination of Census and national transport
survey data sources. The procedure, described in other papers,
involves creating distributions of ...
For some little while now, the flavour of the month in transport
policy seems to have been to set goals for massive relative
increases in public transport ridership, reduction of car use, all
resulting in a hoped-for ...
The increasing use of GPS as a substitute or complement to
conventional travel surveys has brought with it an increasing
need for a reliable source of ground truth, i.e., information on the
actual travel in which each ...
The paper uses a unique multi-day multi-wave panel dataset of
households and their travel to conduct new in-depth analysis on
the influence of life change events and travel behaviour,
specifically in relation to the ...
Over the past several years, the Institute of Transport and
Logistics Studies at the University of Sydney has been
developing software to process GPS traces and impute the trip
ends, modes of travel, occupancy, and trip ...
The incidence of freak weather and geological events, such as
earthquakes and volcanic eruptions, has increased over the past
thirty years. Coupled with an increase in the populations
located in the path of these natural ...
Rising costs of household travel surveys and the critical need
for good quality data, has led to questions about how best to
obtain a quality survey that provides data comparable to other
household travel surveys. To ...
There has been discussion now for four decades on the issue of
whether or not people around the world have a constant traveltime
budget. Most of the research into travel-time budgets has
used large aggregate data sets ...