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Use of non-motorised modes and life stage : evidence from Edinburgh
journal contributionposted on 2007-05-08, 13:04 authored by Tim Ryley
Links between life stage and travel behaviour are explored using Scottish Household Survey non-motorised mode data for Edinburgh. Employing cluster analysis, the sample is split into ten population segments, largely based on life stage. The life stage of having children is shown to affect individual travel behaviour. Households with children present have distinctive travel behaviour characteristics: they are particularly car dependent, tend to own but not use bicycles, and favour leisure cycling trips. A concerted, targeted policy effort is recommended in order to reduce motor car usage and encourage non-motorised modes.
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CitationRYLEY, T., 2006. Use of non-motorised modes and life stage : evidence from Edinburgh, Journal of Transport Geography, 14 (50), pp. 367-375
NotesThe article has been published in the journal, Journal of transport geography [© Elsevier] and is also available online at: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science?_ob=ArticleURL&_udi=B6VG8-4HV74CT-