Travel Survey Methods: Quality and Future Directions

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Elsevier, 2006 - Social Science - 685 pages
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It is the goal of this book to make further progress in establishing the ways in which the quality of transport surveys can be assessed and improved, as well as to set out some future directions for research in improving travel survey methods.

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Peter Stopher is Professor of Transport Planning at the Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies at the University of Sydney. He has also been a professor at Northwestern University, Cornell University, McMaster University and Louisiana State University. Professor Stopher has developed a substantial reputation in the field of data collection, particularly for the support of travel forecasting and analysis. He pioneered the development of travel and activity diaries as a data-collection mechanism, and has written extensively on issues of sample design, data expansion, nonresponse biases and measurement issues.

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