Results of the 2019-20 Campus Travel Survey
Institute of Transportation Studies, Working Paper Series from Institute of Transportation Studies, UC Davis
The UC Davis Campus Travel Survey is an annual survey led by Transportation and Parking Services (TAPS) and the National Center for Sustainable Transportation, part of the Institute of Transportation Studies at UC Davis. It collects a rich set of data about travel to the UC Davis campus, demographics, and attitudes toward travel. The 2019- survey collected data from 3,098 people affiliated with UC Davis about their travel to campus during a single week in October 2019. It used a stratified random sampling method with the intent to gather a representative sample of the campus population. About 18 percent of those invited responded to this year’s survey. For the statistics presented throughout this report, we weight the responses by campus role (freshman, sophomore, junior, senior, Master’s, PhD, faculty, and staff) and gender so that the proportion of respondents in each group reflects their proportion in the campus population.
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