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New Methods and Technologies for complex activity diary surveys - The SIMPT experience. B e rnhard Fell, Thomas Haupt, Uwe Reiter Budapest, 27.4.2006. PTV travel surveys at a glance. 15 years experience in planning, conducting and analysing travel surveys

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New Methods and Technologies for complex activity diary surveys - The SIMPT experience

Bernhard Fell, Thomas Haupt, Uwe Reiter

Budapest, 27.4.2006

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PTV travel surveys at a glance

  • 15 years experience in planning, conducting and analysing travel surveys
  • Travel diaries with activity-based approach
  • Sample range from 200 to over 20,000 households
  • Mainly CATI with web-based data collection and quality enhancement
  • Two-stage surveys: Stated Preferences based on given trips and situational experiments
  • Travel behaviour modelling
  • Research projects to understand the causal relationship behind human mobility
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NHTS Italy

  • National household travel survey for the Italian transportation model SIMPT (Sistema Informativo per il Monitoraggio e la Pianificazione dei Trasporti)
  • Covering summer and winter mobility (two demand models)
  • Concurrent panel and one-off survey
  • Focus: cross-border travel between provinces
  • Correct determination of trip rates for the whole spectrum of trip lengths
  • Net sample: 21,779 households
  • Duration of the actual field survey: 12 months
  • Application of „virtual call center“ technique (VCC)
  • CATI with web-based data collection and realtime eService requests for quality control
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Multi-level mobility survey

Questionnaire: Overview

pages

Section A: Household data 1

Persons, vehicles, household head, accessibility of PT stops, telecommunications, income

Section B: Person data 1

Year of birth, occupational status, PT season tickets, driving licence, car availability, normality of reporting week

Section C: Everyday trips 3

Trip diary; reporting period 1 day

Section D: International journeys 1

Number of journeys + 3 most recent in detail; reporting period 6 months

Section E: Long/medium distance trips 8

Trip diary; domestic trips only; reporting period 1 day

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Questionnaire: Long/medium distance trips (LDT)

All LDT in this section restricted

to domestic trips

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Definition of a long-distance trip

  • Pilot study in May/June 2004 to determine the optimal survey design
  • Section E was tested in four different versions depending on the minimum distance and the reporting period:

*without commuter trips

 Main study: Trips over 20 km OR inter-provincial trips

7 reporting days

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Survey phases

  • Winter phase breakdown into one-off and triple survey (panel)
  • Recruitment of panel participants during the summer period: 81% of the respondents joined the panel
  • No replenishment of panel loss: 56% of the original recruits remained until the final panel wave
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Why a panel?

Pro‘s

    • Knowledge not only about collective but also about individual variation in terms of activity and mobility patterns
  • One-off survey: 20% transit share
  • Panel survey: 15% are always the same people, 5% alternating
    • Less variance of data
    • Lower costs for model update
    • Better understanding of long-term changes
    • Identification of multi-modal person groups

Con

    • Panel mortality and fatigue

 Combination of one-time and panel survey

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Survey progression (winter phase 2004-05)

Easter break

Christmas break

Partial exchange

of address stock

Technical problems!

Problems finally solved

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PTV eServices

enable realtime geocoding, routing and mapping

Architecture

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Enter trip destination

Activates geocoding

Trip form

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Scalable map

Select correct address

from proposals

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Navigation between trips

Activates routing

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Single trip

Trip chain

Calculates distance and time

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Monitoring

VCC technology offers several control functions to the survey manager

  • Names of interviewers currently logged-in
  • Log-in and log-out times for each interviewer
  • Completed interviews per interviewer and period
  • Completed and missing interviews per province
  • Trip rates per interviewer and household

etc.

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Assessment and outlook

  • Multi-level mobility approach with particular designs seems to be trend-setting for travel surveys
  • VCC technology works very well in terms of robustness and speed
  • Commercially rewarding: reduction of the costs per response unit in comparison to established techniques
  • Large flexibility in the disposition of workplaces and staff
  • Permanent monitoring, realtime control and electronic timestamps improve staff morale and affects data quality positively
  • Application of eServices for geocoding, mapping and routing during the interview boosts correct localisation of addresses
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