Travinfo Evaluation: Traveler Response Element Broad Area Study
Y. B. Yim,
R. Hall and
Institute of Transportation Studies, Research Reports, Working Papers, Proceedings from Institute of Transportation Studies, UC Berkeley
This paper presents the preliminary findings of a first wave Broad Area survey, administered in November 1995, of the TravInfo Field Operation Test in the San Francisco Bay Area. The purpose of the survey was to define baseline attitudes, opinions and travel behavior of travelers for assessment of the general impact of TravInfo. Questions focused on trip characteristics, acquisition patterns of information, effects of traffic information on travel behavior and the demographic profiles of Bay Area travelers.
Keywords: TravInfo (Program : California); Highway communications--California--San Francisco Bay Area--Evaluation; Route choice--California--San Francisco Bay Area; Commuters--California--San Francisco Bay Area--Attitudes (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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