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    TOMNET’s Quarterly Newsletter Available!

    Updates on Recent Activities and Collaborations

    Leveraging the Choice Not to Travel

    The most recent opinion piece by Steven Polzin points to the potential of utilizing remote services and telecommuting, accelerated by the pandemic, as a means to substantially reduce vehicle miles traveled and associated negative impacts.

    Changing Travel Behavior Insights From the 2021 National Surveys

    This TOMNET brief discusses the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on transportation, using data from the American Community Survey, American Time Use Survey, and Consumer Expenditure Survey to gain insights into changing travel behaviors in 2021.

    Changing Travel Behavior Insights From the 2021 National Surveys

    This TOMNET brief discusses the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on transportation, using data from the American Community Survey, American Time Use Survey, and Consumer Expenditure Survey to gain insights into changing travel behaviors in 2021.

    Abbie Dirks receives the 2022 TOMNET Best Student Award at the prestigious CUTC Annual Student Awards Banquet

    Washington, DC | Jan 7, 2023

    FUTURE OF COMMUTING IN AMERICA

    The COVID-19 pandemic has had an impact on the 2020 American Community Survey (ACS) commuting data, raising questions about its use in future transportation planning. In the most recent TOMNET policy brief, Prof. Steve Polzin discusses both the 2020 results and the role of the ACS in future transportation planning.

    New Projects

    Understanding the Impacts of Extreme Heat on Human Activity-Mobility and Time Use Patterns
    Arizona State University

    The Induced Demand Implications of Alternative Adoption Modalities of Automated Vehicles
    Arizona State University

    A Multidimensional Analysis of Willingness to Share Rides in a Future of Autonomous Vehicles
    Arizona State University

    An Empirical Assessment of the Role of Attitudes and Identification in Safety Research
    University of South Florida

    Are On-Demand Mobility Services Cost-Effective for First/Last Mile Travel? A Comparative Analysis
    University of Washington

    What Is the New Normal? An Analysis of Post-COVID-19 Commute and Work Patterns
    Georgia Institute of Technology

    Latest Publications

    COVID Recovery? Changing Travel Behaviors? Insights From the 2022 ACS, ATUS, and CE Data Sets
    Policy Brief

    Does Ridehailing Use Affect Vehicle Ownership or Vice Versa? An Exploratory Investigation of the Relationship Using a Latent Market Segmentation Approach
    Project Report

    An Analysis of Changes in Time Use and Activity Participation in Response to the COVID-2019 Pandemic in the United States: Implications for Well-being
    Project Report

    Leveraging the Choice Not to Travel
    Policy Brief

    Mode Substitutional Patterns of Ridehailing and Micromobility Services
    Project Report

    TOMNET Consortium

    Advancing Transport Operations and Mobility Networks for a ​Smart, Safe, Sustainable, and Equitable Transportation Future