A Study of Factors Affecting Travel Behaviour and Transportation Attitudes Among Young Adults
University of Toronto/York University Joint Program in Transportation, 1978 - Choice of transportation - 129 pages
Based on 1976 survey of undergraduates at two Toronto universities.
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EXPLAINING TRAVEL BEHAWIOUR
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activities adolescence alternative attending university attitudes automobile ownership available transit service belonging to someone campus car belonging car owners car ownership cities commuter rail drive driver's licence early travel experience factors females frequency of transit frequent mode frequent transit users levels of support levels of transit lived in Toronto males Metropolitan Toronto mins mode choice mode of travel Nearest Transit Stop number of cars off-peak Perceived Quality persons population proportion public transit service public transportation quality of transit questionnaire rank regular access respondents Results of Significance self-driving Significance Tests statistically significant streetcar Table teenager Tests of Association Toronto students Toronto Transit Commission Toronto Transportation Commission Toronto University Toronto York University transit quality transit service available transportation behaviour transportation system Travel Mode University Comparison university groups University Joint University of Toronto urban residents urban travel behaviour variables walk or cycle York of Toronto York students