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Cover: A photo montage shows people in a travel environment, including bicycle, bus, and passenger vehicle modes.

The Next Generation of Travel Statistical Analysis

Evelyn Blumenberg, PhD
Brian D. Taylor, PhD, FAICP
Michael Smart, PhD
Kelcie Ralph
Madeline Wander
Stephen Brumbaugh

Institute of Transportation Studies
Lewis Center for Regional Policy Studies
UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs
3250 Public Affairs Building
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1656
310-903-3305, 310-903-3228
eblumenb@ucla.edu, btaylor@ucla.edu

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Acknowledgments

We conducted this research with funding from both the University of California Transportation Center and the U.S. Federal Highway Administration (the latter through a contract with Jack Faucett Associates, Incorporated). The authors are grateful for this support. All errors or omissions are the responsibility of the authors, and not the funding organizations.


Table of Contents

Executive Summary
Table of Contents
List of Tables
List of Figures
Chapter I. The Next Generation of Personal Travel
Chapter II. The Travel of Teens and Young Adults: State of the Literature
Chapter III. Methodology
Chapter IV. Variables of Interest
Chapter V. Personal Miles Traveled (PMT)
Chapter VI. Activities/Trips
Chapter VII. Trip Purpose
Chapter VIII. Commute Mode Choice
Chapter IX. Social Trip Mode
Chapter X. Conclusion
Chapter XI. Sources
Chapter XII. Appendix

List of Tables

List of Figures

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