TOMNET researchers are engaged in cutting-edge research projects to advance the state of the art and the state of the practice in measuring and understanding traveler attitudes, values, perceptions, and preferences, and using such data to improve the ability of travel demand forecasting models to predict activity-travel behavior, mobility choices, and time use patterns under a wide variety of future scenarios. Projects are underway, and TOMNET researchers welcome input and support in executing the research, education, and technology transfer mission of the center.
Year 1: 2017-2018
1. Arizona State University
- Attitudes Towards Emerging Mobility Options and Technologies – Phase 1: Data Collection Lead Institution
- Assembling Integrated Data Sets for Analyzing Connections Among Attitudes, Travel, and Land Use Institution
- A Comprehensive Literature Synthesis on the Role of Attitudes in Shaping Mobility/Location Choices Lead Institution