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Access to the 2001 National Household

"ACCESS TO The 2001 National Household Travel Survey: The Demographics of Daily Travel explores the characteristics of vehicles and drivers. It shows the demographics of SUV owners, subway riders, commuters, bicyclists, and walkers. And it examines the demographics of travelers by trip purpose; whether people travel to take the cat to the vet, to visit friends, to exercise, etc.

Cross-tabulated by age, sex, education, household income and type, metropolitan status, race and Hispanic origin are all covered in the book's seven chapters. Based on the new 2001 National Household Travel Survey, this book is for everyone who wants to know where people go and what they do when they leave home."

Quoted from publisher's website

REF HE203 .A22 2004

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