Use of a Smartphone GPS Application for Recurrent Travel Behavior Data Collection
This article details RSG’s pilot study for the Metropolitan Council merging the traditional two-part household travel survey into one continuous survey experience via rMove™.
Long-Distance Smartphone-Based Travel Surveys in Ohio
This poster presents the study results for 1,900 people who each participated for six months in a smartphone-based long-distance travel diary.
Smartphone Panels as Viable and Cost-Effective GPS Data Collection for Planning Agencies
This poster summarizes results from a panel of travel survey participants who used rMove for three days after participating in a traditional household travel diary and compares trip rates between the two methodologies.
First Large-Scale Smartphone-Based Household Travel Survey
This poster summarizes the project objectives, study design, and initial data analysis for the first large-scale smartphone-based household travel survey in the United States.
The Transition from Diary-Based to Smartphone-Based Travel Surveys: Implications for Travel Modeling
This presentation describes two pilot surveys conducted in May 2015 using rMove for travel demand surveys—a seven-day survey in Indiana (St. Joseph and Elkhart counties) and a three-day survey in the Seattle region.
The Transition from Diary-Based to Smartphone-Based Travel Survey Data
This research brief describes two pilot surveys conducted in May 2015 using rMove for travel demand surveys—a seven-day survey in Indiana (St. Joseph and Elkhart counties) and a three-day survey in the Seattle region.
A Seven Day Smartphone-Based GPS Household Travel Survey in Indiana
This research brief describes the “In the Moment” Travel Study, which addressed the challenges of data quality, data volume, respondent burden, and scalability by replacing the traditional telephone and online household travel survey experience with smartphone-based GPS data collection over a seven-day period.