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  1. Travel behaviour surveys

    This survey remains the largest independent travel survey of its kind in Tasmania, outside statistics collected by the Australian Bureau of Statistics. For more information on University of Tasmania Travel Behaviour Surveys, contact [email protected]. Survey reports. 2023 Travel Behaviour Survey report (PDF 1.0 MB)

  2. University of Tasmania Travel Behaviour Survey 2021: Update ...

    University of Tasmania Travel Behaviour Survey 2021: Update report. Cite Share. report. posted on 2023-05-25, 05:24 authored by Carmen Primo Perez Carmen Primo Perez, Zay Zin, Quin Welsford-Brink, Corey Peterson Corey Peterson. No description available. History. Commissioning body

  3. University of Tasmania 2013 Travel Behaviour Survey: Summary of Findings

    University of Tasmania 2013 Travel Behaviour Survey: Summary of Findings. No description available. Browse. Search. File(s) under permanent embargo. University of Tasmania 2013 Travel Behaviour Survey: Summary of Findings. Cite Share. report. posted on 2023-05-25, 03:04 authored by Archer, A, Lyth, A, Corey Peterson Corey Peterson.

  4. University of Tasmania 2013 Travel Behaviour Survey ...

    The UT AS Travel Behaviour Survey was conducted via two online surveys in March 2013, one each for UTAS staff and students, as there was some variance in a few of the questions asked.

  5. UTAS staff and student participation 2013 and 2015

    Later studied the relationship between the travel behaviour and the physical activities of the students. 12 Of University of Tasmania conducted an offline and web based survey to find travel ...

  6. UTAS Announcement

    2019 UTAS Travel Behaviour Survey: Win a $200 voucher! All UTAS students and staff can be part of the 2019 University of Tasmania Travel Behaviour Survey. Your participation will help the University improve its transport outcomes and will give you a chance to win one of five $200 vouchers.

  7. PDF Tasmanian Travel & Physical Activity Study 2017

    The online survey was conducted using the . Survey Monkey. 11. online tool. Respondents needed to provide consent, be 18 years or over and reside in Tasmania to participate. P articipants report ed: • their travel behaviour for the previous week, particularly the trips they made each day (trip purpose, transport mode and trip lengt h in time);

  8. A database of travel-related behaviors and attitudes before, during

    Measurement(s) travel-related behavior • travel-related attitude Technology Type(s) Survey Factor Type(s) temporal interval Sample Characteristic - Organism Homo sapiens Sample Characteristic ...

  9. University of Tasmania Travel Behaviour Survey 2019: Update report

    University of Tasmania Travel Behaviour Survey 2019: Update report. No description available. Browse. Search. File(s) under permanent embargo. University of Tasmania Travel Behaviour Survey 2019: Update report. Cite Share. report. posted on 2023-05-25, 05:24 authored by Corey Peterson Corey Peterson, Carmen Primo Perez Carmen Primo Perez.

  10. PDF Development and Context of the University of Tasmania's Sustainable

    baseline travel behaviour data Complex UTAS Transport Profile. High density of students within 2.5km zone Substantial number in ... -Travel Behaviour Survey (2013, 2015) •Motor Vehicle (automated counters; 2014, 2015) •Access stakeholder data sets -Metro Tasmania -Redline

  11. UTAS staff and student participation 2013 and 2015

    Download scientific diagram | UTAS staff and student participation 2013 and 2015 from publication: University of Tasmania 2017 Travel Behaviour Survey: Summary of Findings. | More than 2,600 ...

  12. UTAS campus location map (2015)

    Download scientific diagram | UTAS campus location map (2015) from publication: University of Tasmania 2017 Travel Behaviour Survey: Summary of Findings. | More than 2,600 students and staff ...

  13. Comparing modal share to work -UTAS and ABS data for ...

    Download Table | Comparing modal share to work -UTAS and ABS data for single mode journeys to work only (one point in time) from publication: University of Tasmania 2013 Travel Behaviour Survey ...

  14. Commute Modal Split

    STARS is a transparent, self-reporting framework for colleges and universities to gauge relative progress toward sustainability.

  15. Evidence base for university sustainable transport planning

    The University of Tasmania is one of Tasmania's largest employers and as a growing institution it is a significant trip generator in the state. One of the first barriers to informing the University's sustainable transport strategy was the lack of transport indicators for the university, and limited useful travel behaviour data in Tasmania generally. We lacked information on the transport ...

  16. University of Tasmania 2015 Travel Behaviour Survey ...

    The 2015 UTAS Travel Behaviour Survey was conducted via two online surveys in . March 2015, one each for UTAS staff and students, as there was some variance in a . few of the questions asked.

  17. Travel survey methods for behavioral analysis

    The primary instructor of the workshop is Professor Peter R. Stopher, an internationally renowned expert and authority in transport survey methods, disaggregate travel demand forecasting, and modeling traveler behavior and values.Professor Stopher is Emeritus Professor at the Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies at the University of Sydney, a position he has held since the beginning of ...