Researchers at UC Davis drew upon a systematic review of vehicle cost calculators and findings from multiple user experience studies to articulate best practices for the user interface design of effective vehicle cost calculators.
This dissertation studies how individual experiences and skills can inform one's attitudes and adoption of different travel modes. Specifically, the researcher focuses on how childhood bicycling experiences and teenage driver's license delays impact adult travel behavior.
Researchers representing the National Center for Sustainable Transportation highlighted key challenges and trends shaping transportation in the future and pathways forward for better aligning economic, environmental, and societal goals in the transportation sector.
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This data supports the project and report, "Exploring the Role of Attitude in the Acceptance of Self-driving Shuttles." The information collected in this study was categorized into two general groups, individual characteristics and attitude.