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Transport Survey Methods

Author : Jean-Loup Madre
ISBN : 9781848558441
Genre : Transportation
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Identifies various challenges to the world community of transport survey specialists as well as the larger constituency of practitioners, planners, and decision-makers that it serves and provides potential solutions and recommendations for addressing them.

Transport Survey Methods

Author : Johanna Zmud
ISBN : 9781781902875
Genre : Transportation
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Every three years, researchers with interest and expertise in transport survey methods meet to improve and influence the conduct of surveys that support transportation planning, policy making, modelling, and monitoring related issues for urban, regional, intercity, and international person, vehicle, and commodity movements. This book compiles the critical thinking on priority topics in contemporary transport policy and planning contexts. The contributed papers cover two key themes related to types of decision-making of importance to the development of data collection on both passenger travel and freight movements: The first theme, Selecting the Right Survey Method, acknowledges the fact that transport survey methods are evolving to meet both changing uses of transport survey data and the challenges of conducting surveys within contemporary society. The second theme, Supporting Transport Planning and Policy, recognizes that the demands on transportation data programs to support decision-making for transport planning and policy making clearly have evolved. The chapters have been selected with particular emphasis on the challenges of the near and medium term future to the design of transport surveys. Rapidly evolving problems and policy contexts are compelling transport researchers to advance the state-of-the-art of methods, tools, strategies and protocols, while assuring the stability and coherence of the very data from which trends can be tracked and understood and on which important decisions can be made.

New Survey Methods In Transport

Author : Elizabeth S. Ampt
ISBN : 9067640514
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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New Survey Methods in Transport is the first comprehensive compilation of survey techniques used in the broad field of transport planning. The book provides state-of-the-art reviews in several areas of survey methodology, including cross-sectional, longitudinal and interactive surveys. Papers cover various aspects of the design, execution and analysis of cross-sectional and longitudinal surveys and highlight the use of in-depth and interactive surveys. Attention is paid to the emerging issue of the systematic biases inherent in various survey methods.

Transport Survey Methods

Author : Johanna Zmud Patrick Bonnel
ISBN : OCLC:1039561336
Genre : Transportation
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This book is a new chapter in a continuing international collaboration on transportation survey methods. It identifies new challenges to the world community of transport survey specialists as well as the larger constituency of practitioners, planners, and.

New Survey Methods In Transport

Author : Elizabeth S. Ampt
ISBN : 9067640514
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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New Survey Methods in Transport is the first comprehensive compilation of survey techniques used in the broad field of transport planning. The book provides state-of-the-art reviews in several areas of survey methodology, including cross-sectional, longitudinal and interactive surveys. Papers cover various aspects of the design, execution and analysis of cross-sectional and longitudinal surveys and highlight the use of in-depth and interactive surveys. Attention is paid to the emerging issue of the systematic biases inherent in various survey methods.

Survey Methods For Transport Planning

Author : Anthony J. Richardson
ISBN : 064621439X
Genre : Household surveys
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Conference On Household Travel Surveys New Concepts And Research Needs

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ISBN : 0309062101
Genre : Household surveys
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The following papers were presented at this conference: Household travel surveys: New concepts and research needs (Stopher, PR); Household travel surveys: Cutting-edge concepts for the next century (Stopher, PR); Nonresponse issues in household trave surveys (Richardson, AJ, Ampt, ES and Meyburg, AH); Scope and potential of interactive stated response data collection methods (Lee-Gosselin, MEH); Resource paper for survey methodologies workshop (Lawton, TK and Pas, EI); Travel behavior survey data collection instruments (Stechner, CC, Bricka, S and Goldenberg, L); New technologies for household travel surveys (Sarasua, WA and Meyer, MD).

Methods And Models In Transport And Telecommunications

Author : Aura Reggiani
ISBN : 3540258590
Genre : Business & Economics
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The volume offers new insights into the modeling and analysis of transportation and telecommunication networks, utilizing perspectives from North America, Europe and other areas of the world. It probes interesting questions that can help us to understand the dynamics of our modern networked society: Do properties found in one network fail to exist in other networks and are there geographic factors that can explain this? Are there social, economic or cultural factors that contribute to differences in network properties and dynamics across regions? Can planning models such as those used for traffic forecasting or freight demand modeling be universally applied to networks situated in different regions, and how should this problem be dealt with when a system spans multiple spatial locations? What are the implications for policy analysis and decision-making? These issues are related to the need for a transatlantic synthesis of current transport methods and their applications. The book attempts to offer a prospectus in this respect, together with the emerging reflections on the desirable future evolution of research.

Transport Survey Quality And Innovation

Author : Peter Jones
ISBN : 0080440967
Genre : Business & Economics
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This overview of developments in transport survey methods from around the world emphasises survey quality and innovation. It contains selected papers from the International Conference on Transport Survey Quality and Innovation, held in the Kruger National Park, South Africa, during August 2001. The conference covered both passenger and freight transport, but was limited to surveys that collect information directly from individuals or organisations so it excludes traffic counts or other observational data collection. Many delegates were from Sub-Saharan Africa and other less developed regions of the world, so there was also an interest in identifying user needs and exploring what can be accomplished outside the North American/Western European regions of the world. This conference was the eighth in a series of international conferences on Survey Methods held since the late 1970s, the previous one having been held in Germany in May 1997, entitled "Transport Surveys: Raising the Standard."

Fixed Route Transit Ridership Forecasting And Service Planning Methods

Author : Daniel K. Boyle
ISBN : 9780309097727
Genre : Bus lines
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