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Publication Number:  FHWA-HRT-13-048    Date:  October 2013
Publication Number: FHWA-HRT-13-048
Date: October 2013


Driver Expectations When Navigating Complex Interchanges

Appendix E. Task 7 Demographic Questionnaire

The demographic questionnaire was included at the end of the response booklet to gather additional information about the participants.

  1. Age: ____________
  2. Gender (circle one):                        Male                Female
  3. How many years have you been a licensed driver? ____________
  4. How many years have you lived in an urban area? ____________
  5. How many hours do you drive per week (on average)? __________________
  6. How frequently do you drive through major interchanges (like those seen today)?
    1. Never
    2. About once per year
    3. About once per month
    4. Weekly
    5. Daily
    6. Multiple times per day
  7. Have you ever been any type of professional driver (e.g., truck driver, delivery driver, etc)?

                                    Yes                  No


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