101 - An Overview of the National Household Travel Survey (NHTS), the Nation's Largest Household Travel Survey
Contrino, Heather; US Department of Transportation
The NHTS is the only national data source on travel demand and travel behavior of the American public. The survey measures travel by US households for all modes and all purposes and it has been conducted since 1969.
Heather Contrino, US Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, Office of Highway Policy.
Association of Public Data Users
Social Statistics; Demographic Statistics; Census Bureau; Bureau of Justice Statistics; US Dept of Justice; Bureau of Transportation Statistics; National Center for Education Statistics; US Dept of Education; National Center for Science and Engineering Statistics; National Science Foundation; US DOC; BJS; NCES; NCSES; NSF
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