The paper uses a unique multi-day multi-wave panel dataset of households and their travel to conduct new in-depth analysis on the influence of life change events and travel behaviour, specifically in relation to the travel time stability of individuals that participated in five or more waves. The popularity of mobile devices offer greater low-cost opportunities for collecting detailed travel data records may increase opportunities to analyse how life change events and travel behaviour. This paper discusses issues for designing pragmatic research designs that are robust to be expanded to become longitudinal, or combined with other datasets.
|Commissioning body||University of Sydney|
|Publication status||Published - 2015|