Recorded Webinar (YouTube)Recorded Webinar (Zoom)
Travel surveys can be a valuable source of information on how, where, and why people get around. Yet much like constructing a bridge without a solid grounding in physics, many surveys are seemingly built without knowledge of the principles of survey question construction.
In this webinar, participants will discuss the importance of considering data interpretation during survey construction and ways to test survey questions. Participants will also explore survey do’s and don’ts toward helping us all better understand people's transportation patterns, perceptions, motivations and decisions.
Wes Kumfer - Engineering Research Associate, UNC Highway Safety Research Center
Seth LaJeunesse - Assistant Director, National Center for Safe Routes to School, UNC Highway Safety Research Center
Tabitha Combs - Research Associate and Lecturer, UNC Department of City and Regional Planning
Professional Engineers participating in this live webinar will receive a certificate awarding one (1) PDH credit approved for NCBELS continuing education. Other participants in the live webinar will receive the certificate upon request.