This seminar is based off a study that analyzed travel survey and attitudinal data to investigate the impact of household demographics, individual attitudes, and residential location on vehicle ownership and usage decisions in California.
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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.
This dissertation presents a unified framework for understanding plug-in electric vehicle (PEV) usage, with special focus on household factors, user preferences, and PEV technologies. The researcher also looks at energy, emissions, and infrastructure-related factors.
This white paper focuses on the relationship between land use policies and driving patterns. It recommends strategies for enhancing local land use performance in reducing vehicle trips and increasing non-auto use.