Household Travel Surveys: Methodological Challenges and Opportunities

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This webinar will highlight recent experiences in designing and conducting household travel surveys, both those recently completed and surveys currently underway. Panel members will each provide an overview of their household travel survey program, with a focus on key methodological areas such as coordinating surveys (and funding) across multiple agencies; ensuring sufficient samples from targeted population and/or traveler subgroups; and implementing new data collection technologies. In addition to the presentations, the webinar will include a question and answer session where panelists address issues raised by attendees.

Stacey Bricka, Texas Transportation Institute (moderator)
Kermit Wies, Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning
Becky Knudson, Oregon DOT
Erik Sabina, Denver Regional Council of Governments
Rebekah Anderson, Ohio DOT
Kuo-Ann Chiao, New York Metropolitan Transportation Council
Guy Rousseau, Atlanta Regional Commission
Jonathan Ehrlich, Metropolitan Council

TMIP Online Event
Household Travel Surveys - Methodological Challenges and Opportunities

Intended Audience
This webinar is intended for anyone interested in recent methodological advances in designing and conducting household travel surveys.

Continuing Education
This webinar is the equivalent of two (2) professional development hours (PDHs). TMIP does not issue certificates of attendance. If you attend the webinar, please save the information on this page for your files.

Item Type
Recorded Webinar

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