Understanding and Influencing Travel Behaviour and Attitudes [18 July 2003]

This area considers travel behaviour and attitudes to transport choices, including social surveys. It also covers modelling, data, and appraisal to link knowledge of travel behaviour and attitudes with expected outcomes of different policy interventions, eg consideration of modal choice in local transport, and the means of influencing use of "slow modes" such as walking and cycling to reduce reliance on the private car.