Travel Surveys; Asset Management; and Freight Data 2013
TRB’s Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, No. 2354 contains 13 papers that discuss estimation bias and efficiency for pseudopanel data in travel demand analysis; quantification of key errors in household travel surveys; new measures for detection of data quality risks in mobility panel surveys; and noncoverage errors in travel surveys due to mobile phone–only households.
This TRR also examines application of geographic perturbation methods to residential locations in the Oregon household activity survey; effects of question type on transit rider expressions of policy preferences; development of a smartphone-based travel survey; a method to gather multimodal trip generation data in smart-growth areas; and longitudinal GPS travel data and breach of privacy.
In addition, the issue explores risk-based corridor asset management; strategic total highway asset management integration; route choice characteristics for truckers; and stochastic imputation of missing physical commodity trade information using monetary trade data.
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