Every three years, Commuter Connections, the regional transportation demand management (TDM) program of the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments, commissions a survey of workers in the Washington, DC region in order to understand commute behavior, commute satisfaction, and awareness of TDM programs. In addition to the results that Commuter Connections publishes for the region, Mobility… Read more »
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Regional Commute/Travel Pattern Studies (State of the commute + others)
The Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments periodically conducts a detailed travel survey of households in the DC region. As an add-on to the 2007/2008 survey, Arlington supported additional surveys across Arlington County in order to get a detailed view of travel patterns around the county.
Arlington County residents are four times as likely to commute by bicycle than commuters in the Washington, DC region as a whole. Arlington residents are also more likely to commute by train and are less likely to drive alone than their regional counterparts. Source: 2010 State of the Commute Survey These findings are among the… Read more »
This study analyzed data collected in two commuter surveys: one undertaken by the Commuter Connections program of the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments (MWCOG) for the metropolitan Washington, D.C. region, including five Northern Virginia jurisdictions; and the other by the Department of Rail and Public Transportation of the Commonwealth of Virginia for the rest of Virginia…. Read more »
This study analyzed data collected in two regional commuter surveys undertaken in the Washington DC metropolitan region by Commuter Connections. The first survey was conducted in 2001 and the second in 2004. The study analyzed data for respondents who lived in Arlington County and those who worked in Arlington County and compared these results to… Read more »