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Household Technology and Travel Survey: Results and Technical Report.

Minnesota Center for Survey Research.

The purpose of this survey project was to better understand the role different forms of technology have in affecting individual travel decisions. The primary focus is household use related to ATMs, online banking services, and Internet shopping, as well as the way these electronic modes of communication replace, induce, or otherwise affect physical travel. Households were randomly selected from three metropolitan areas: Seattle, Kansas City (Missouri), and Pittsburgh.

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Unpublished. MCSR Technical Report #03-20.
Conducted by the Minnesota Center for Survey Research (MCSR), a program of the Center for Urban and Regional Affairs (CURA) at the University of Minnesota. Funding provided by the Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs.
47 pp.
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