Transit Non-User Survey: Restful Riding Rather than Stressful Driving

(Center Identification Number: 416-08 part 4 and appendices) 

This report presents information on why people do not use transit in large numbers in both the United States and the State of Florida. The report contains demographics of the non-user public according to age, gender, automobile ownership, income, and ethnicity. In addition, it contains a synthesis of Florida Transit Surveys, an examination of most appropriate questions and methodologies for data gathering, and suggestions about how to improve overall transit service so as to attract choice non-users to public transit. Download the final report and appendices. Research conducted by Brenda J. Thompson, Jennifer S. Perone, and Kimberlee Gabourel. For more information, contact Joel Volinski at volinski@cutr.usf.edu or Dennis Hinebaugh at hinebaugh@cutr.usf.edu.

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