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Assembling Integrated Data Sets for Analyzing Connections between Travel Behavior, Attitudes, and the Built Environment

Assembling Integrated Data Sets for Analyzing Connections Between Travel Behavior, Attitudes, and the Built Environment

Principal Investigator: Deborah Salon, PhD, School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning
Project Duration: 48 months
​Project Budget (Federal UTC Funds): $48,071
Project Budget (Cost-share): $42,506
Institution: Arizona State University

 

Abstract
Travel survey datasets used for transportation system planning do not routinely include variables relating to attitudes and preferences, nor do they include much information pertinent to understanding residential location choice. The proposed project will begin to address this data gap by fusing existing datasets that are rich in attitudinal information with vehicle ownership and use, home neighborhood, and individual property characteristics datasets. These combined datasets will allow us to investigate questions about how attitudes influence residential location choice, and how the combination of attitudes and location choice influences travel behavior. The development of fused datasets will be the deliverable from Year 1 of this project. We will propose to analyze these data in Year 2.

 

Research Products and Implementation
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