data-act-gov-au/actqp-hts-average-trip-distance-categorised-by-y224-dq5i

  • act household travel survey

ACTQP HTS - Average Trip Distance Categorised by Transport Method and Time of Day

ACTQP HTS - Average Trip Distance Categorised by Transport Method and Time of Day

This data set provides the average trip distance (in km) categorised by the method of transport used and the time of day. This data is obtained from individuals sampled in obtaining data for the ACT Household Travel Survey.

A trip is defined as the travel between two main activities, where a stop may constitute a change in transport mode. As an example: driving from home to a park and ride facility, then catching a bus to an interchange, then walking to a shop to purchase an item and finally walking to work is comprised of 4 ‘stops’ and two ‘trips’.

Note: This data represents travel and activity on an average weekday. The main method of travel across a trip is used to classify trip types. The time of day is based on the mid-point of the start and arrival time of the trip.

AM Peak: 8-9AM, PM Peak: 5-6PM

Columns

NameSocrata field nameColumn name in sgr mountData typeDescription
Method of Travelmethod_of_travelmethod_of_travelText
InterpeakinterpeakinterpeakNumber
Other timeother_timeother_timeNumber
PM Peakpm_peakpm_peakNumber
AM Peakam_peakam_peakNumber

Upstream Metadata