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Attitudes Towards Emerging Mobility Options and Technologies – Phase 2: Data Collection in Atlanta, GA

Attitudes Towards Emerging Mobility Options and Technologies – Phase 2: Data Collection in Atlanta, GA

Principal Investigator: Giovanni Circella, PhD, School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Senior Research Engineer
Principal Investigator: Yongsung Lee, PhD, School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Postdoctoral Researcher, and Patricia L. Mokhtarian, PhD, School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Professor
Project Duration: 12 months
​Project Budget (Federal UTC Funds): 
$166,519
Project Budget (Cost-share): 
$83,666
Institution:
Georgia Institute of Technology

 

Abstract
Emerging mobility options and technologies including autonomous vehicles and mobility-on-demand services are bringing transformative changes in the transportation landscape. To enhance transportation forecasting models considering the increasing penetration of disruptive forces, people’s attitudes towards and perceptions of these technologies and services need to be measured and understood. Armed with such an understanding, it will be possible to specify and develop behavioral models that account for attitudes and perceptions, adoption cycles, and adaptation patterns. This project proposes the survey design, recruitment and administration via two channels, data analysis and modeling for a sample of more than one thousand individuals across the Atlanta region, GA.

 

Research Products and Implementation

Scope of Work

​Final Report

Research Brief ​(coming soon)