Twin Cities Travel Survey: Results and Technical Report.

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Twin Cities Travel Survey: Results and Technical Report.

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The purpose of this survey project was to gather information about the relationship between residential lifestyle preferences and the transportation decisions made by individuals. Understanding this link is vitally important for transportation policy making and for solving transportation problems in the Twin Cities metropolitan area. Secondary goals included examining the relationship between stated values and corresponding stated actions (particularly related to travel and residential decisions) and ascertaining whether predictable differences exist among people living under similar urban conditions but who report divergent preferences for active travel and driving.

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Conducted by the Minnesota Center for Survey Research (MCSR), a program of the Center for Urban and Regional Affairs (CURA) at the University of Minnesota. Funding provided by the Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs.

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Minnesota Center for Survey Research. (2005). Twin Cities Travel Survey: Results and Technical Report.. Retrieved from the University Digital Conservancy,

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