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A computerized household activity scheduling survey






Transportation 27(1): 75-97

A computerized household activity scheduling survey

A total of 41 households (Hamilton, Ontario, Canada) agreed to participate in a study which utilized the Computerized Household Activity Scheduling Elicitor (CHASE) to determine their activity-travel patterns including those generated by work and leisure activities.

Accession: 003342243

DOI: 10.1023/a:1005231926405

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