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Metropolitan Travel Behavior Survey Series RSS

The Metropolitan Travel Behavior Survey Series collected information about travel preferences and change in travel behavior across the United States population. Respondents were asked to record their travel and activities over various time periods, as well as for detailed information regarding their trips, such as mode of transportation, trip purpose, and departure and arrival times.

The Bureau of Transportation Statistics and the Federal Highway Administration, both part of United States Department of Transportation, funded a project at the University of Minnesota to develop the Metropolitan Travel Survey Archive to store, preserve, and make publicly available, via the Internet, travel surveys conducted by metropolitan areas, states and localities.

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1997
Kim, Soon-Gwan,  Mannering, Fred L. Panel data and activity duration models: Econometric alternatives and applications. Panels for Transportation: Methods and Applications. New York, NY: Springer Science+Business Media.
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1996
Ma, Jun T.,  Goulias, Konstadinos G. Multivariate marginal frequency analysis of activity and travel patterns in first four waves of Puget Sound Transportation Panel. Transportation Research Record. 1556, (1), 67-76.
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1994
Frank, Lawrence D.,  Pivo, Gary . Impacts of Mixed Use and Density on Utilization of Three Modes of Travel: Single-Occupant Vehicle, Transit, and Walking. Transportation Research Record 1466. Washington, DC: Transportation Research Board.
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1994
Mannering, Fred,  Kim, Soon-Gwan,  Barfield, Woodrow,  Ng, Linda . Statistical analysis of commuters' route, mode, and departure time flexibility. Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies. 2, (1), 35-47.
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1994
Niemeier, Debbie A.,  Mannering, Fred L. Factors Influencing Changes in Mode Choice and Workplace Location: Some Empirical Evidence. 73rd Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board. Washington, DC: .
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1994
Ulberg, Cyrus . Vehicle Occupancy Forecasting: Final Technical Report. Washington State Transportation Center (TRAC). WA-RD 298.1/TNW 92-1, Seattle, WA: Washington State Department of Transportation.
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1994
Watterson, W.T. . Dynamics of Job and Housing Locations and the Work Trip: Evidence from Puget Sound Transportation Panel. Transportation Research Record No. 1463. Washington, DC: .
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1992
Murakami, Elaine,  Watterson, W.T. . The Puget Sound Transportation Panel after two waves. Transportation. 19, (2), 141-158.
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