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Acceptability of the use of new technologies by interviewees in surveys Sophie Roux Jimmy Armoogum Philippe Marchal.


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Acceptability of the use of new technologies by interviewees in surveys Sophie Roux Jimmy Armoogum Philippe Marchal. NTTS 2009 Brussels 20/02/2009. Objective of the FNTS : knowledge of the mobility ( short and long distance trips) whatever the modes and the transport situations
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Worthiness of the utilization of new innovations by interviewees in reviews Sophie Roux Jimmy Armoogum Philippe Marchal NTTS 2009 Brussels 20/02/2009

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Objective of the FNTS : learning of the versatility ( short and long separation trips) whatever the modes and the vehicle circumstances Three fundamental destinations: The information of portability (consistent. nearby and long separation) Vehicle proprietorship and use ( vehicle depiction, portrayal of utilization of a vehicle for a week, ownership of driving permit, work on driving and mishaps … ) Accessibility to open transport The French National Travel Survey

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Overview of the French National Travel Survey (FNTS 2007-2008)

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Bias in transport reviews non reaction blunders estimation mistakes (separation, minutes ...) depiction of the excursions not thorough GPS-based studies ... portrayal of short outings, which are frequently overlooked (strolling) course decision (interstate, optional street ...) exact data on access/departure time and holding up time ...however GPS has its disadvantages issue of sign gathering (in the tram) issue of battery's term (stack each day) issue with the interviewee neglected to take the GPS non reaction predisposition : which is perhaps not the same that our exemplary study. Transport overviews versus GPS-based reviews

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The interviewee volunteered to take an interest at this study What are the reasons ( socio-demographics or/and versatility conduct) which push the interviewee not to need to reply at the study by GPS? Question about the adequacy of the GPS segment was inquired. The conceivable answers were : Yes, without condition Yes, on the off chance that it's conceivable to turn it off Yes, however with other condition No 66% were replied "No" 28% were replied "Yes, without condition" Acceptability of the GPS part in the FNTS (1/5)

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Acceptability of the GPS segment in the FNTS (2/5) With a logit model, 10 variables clarify the non-reaction system Diploma Age bunch Gender General wellbeing Number of outings (made the day preceding) Time of treks Number of days portable Number of autos Number of long separation ventures Strata Status marital Income Number of individual in family Household auto armada Household with PC Household with web Household with cellular telephone Household with TV

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Acceptability of the GPS segment in the FNTS (3/5)

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Acceptability of the GPS segment in the FNTS (4/5)

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Acceptability of the GPS segment in the FNTS (5/5)

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The non-reaction instrument for the GPS study isn't the same that for exemplary study GPS is positively a promising innovation for looking over travel conduct yet crude information are not specifically usable (follows are not sectioned, there are missing fragments) programming bundles must be explained Future examination likeness with information from ordinary overview Conclusion