Travel mode choice among same-sex couples
Nicholas J. Klein and
Michael J. Smart
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 2016, vol. 90, issue C, 1-13
Same-sex partnered individuals are far more likely to use transit, walk, and cycle, and to a lesser extent, use carpools than are people in straight couples. As society becomes more tolerant, gay and lesbian populations are an increasingly visible social group, yet they have received scant attention by transportation scholars. This paper builds on this nascent literature by documenting and attempting to explain these dramatic differences by controlling for factors known to influence mode choice.
Keywords: Travel behavior; Demographics; Neighborhoods; Gay and lesbian (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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