Analysis of the Georgia Add-on to the 2016-2017 National Household Travel Survey
Mokhtarian, Patricia L.
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Through an extensive analysis of the Georgia subsample of the 2016–2017 National Household Travel Survey, this report provides an in-depth snapshot of the travel behavior of Georgians of all ages. It documents differences in travel needs and behavior by region and between demographic groups, focuses on measurement challenges and improved techniques, and identifies areas where future data collection is needed. In addition to an overview of key travel trends in the state, the report includes chapters on work travel; work flexibility (teleworking and flexible scheduling); new technologies and services, including alternative-fuel vehicles, shared mobility, and online shopping; social inclusion and equity; nonmotorized and access/egress travel; and travel for its own sake.
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