An Innovative Survey to Study the Impact of Joint Decisions on the Characteristics of Leisure Activities
Axhausen, Kay W.
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In the last decades, a growing body of evidences of the influence of the need for social contacts on mobility, and in particular leisure mobility, has been accumulated. The idea that explicitly considering those motives in transport models could improve forecasts is making progress. However, the actual implementation of those ideas is still difficult, in particular due to the lack of data on how do individuals plan joint activities. This paper will report on an ongoing data collection exercise, that aims at consolidating our knowledge of those processes. The survey is separated into three phases: starting with an activity diary, focussed on group leisure activities, it moves on to stated choice experiments where various determinants of joint activities are varied, to finish with an innovative interactive planning experiment. The paper and presentation will describe the first data collected in the first phase, and discuss the design of the next steps Show more
Organisational unit03521 - Axhausen, Kay W.
02226 - NSL - Netzwerk Stadt und Landschaft / NSL - Network City and Landscape
02890 - Institute of Science, Technology, and Policy (ISTP) / Institute of Science, Technology, and Policy (ISTP)
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