Household travel surveys capture the who, what, when, where, and why of household travel behaviors. Historically, these studies have relied on paper travel diaries to collect the daily travel behavior for each member of the household. Over time, paper-based diaries gave way to new data collection methods, including telephone travel diaries, online travel diaries, and standalone GPS devices.
Now, with the power and ubiquity of smartphones, rMove is leading the next generation of data collection and market research techniques for household travel diaries.
To learn more, check out our page on how it works, review the list of recent household travel survey projects using rMove below, or read the publications detailing the impact of rMove on those projects.