FHWA Study Tour for National Travel Surveys
In October 1993, a team of Federal, State, and local officials visited major centers in Europe where substantial national travel survey activities have been undertaken. Among the purposes of the visits were to seek out innovative methodological approaches to transportation survey design and operations, to review European experiences with different kinds of institutional arrangements, and to investigate new ideas in survey content and new collection methods. The countries visited included: The United Kingdom, Denmark, The Netherlands, Sweden, France, and Germany. Information obtained in these visits will have direct and immediate application in the United States.
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Alan Pisarski analysis Appendix approach Bureau of Transportation CAPI CATI census conducted continuing survey coordinates cost Danish Council Danmarks Statistik data collection Denmark Department of Transportation Director discussion dissemination Erik Toft estimates Europe face-to-face interviewing Federal Highway Administration FHWA files France funding geographic identification Germany Highway Information Management household included INRETS Institute Jarema Kerrick Macafee London Area Transport long trips McElhaney meeting methods million Ministry of Transport national survey National Travel Survey Nationwide Personal Transportation Netherlands obtained odometer readings Omnibus survey OPCS ownership percent Personal Transportation Survey Peter Jones phone interviewing questionnaire questions registers registry Road roadside surveying sample SocialData Statistics Sweden Study Tour survey data survey design survey planning Technology Evaluation Center Traffic Transport and Public Transport Research Centre Transport Study Transportation Commission Transportation Statistics Transportation Technology Evaluation travel behavior travel data U.S. DOT United University of Westminster vehicle