Research Report American Driving Survey: Methodology and Year One Results, May 2013 – May 2014
Timothy Triplett, Robert Santos, Sandra Rosenbloom
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On behalf of the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, the Urban Institute conducts a continuous survey to measure the driving behavior of the American public. The American Driving Survey is a national survey of persons 16 and over who drive of light vehicles (autos, SUVs, trucks) and reside in households with landline telephone service and/or cellular telephones. The survey commenced in May 2013 and is ongoing. The results of the first year’s data collection are presented in this report.
Research Areas Neighborhoods, cities, and metros
Tags Infrastructure Transportation Community data use
Policy Centers Statistical Methods Group
Research Methods Research methods and data analytics