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The Impact of Non-Transportation Attitudes, Preferences, and Personality Characteristics on Residential Location and Travel Choices

The Impact of Non-Transportation Attitudes, Preferences, and Personality Characteristics on Residential Location and Travel Choices

Principal Investigator:Deborah Salon, Associate Professor, School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning
Project Duration: 12 months
​Project Budget (Federal UTC Funds):
$39,207.89 
Project Budget (Cost-share):
$17,258.42
Institution:
Arizona State University

 

Abstract
The work proposed here builds upon Year 1 and Year 2 TOMNET projects.

Our objective here is to use these insights and datasets to gain an understanding of the relative impact of attitudes on residential location and travel choices. We will focus on attitudes and preferences that primarily influence residential location choice, and attempt to shed light on their indirect influence on travel choices.

 

Research Products and Implementation

Scope of Work

​Final Report (coming soon)

Research Brief ​(coming soon)