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Research Report 024 Total mobility users survey

Published: | Category: Transport demand management , Research programme , Research & reports | Audience: General

The research study of the Total Mobility Scheme, which provides reduced fares for taxi travel by people with disabilities, was undertaken to assist the government-funded Working Group on Transport Systems for Transport Disadvantaged in New Zealand in fulfilling its terms of reference.

The study included a survey of users of the Total Mobility Scheme in Dunedin and Palmerston North, to provide more information about the scheme, especially to identify who uses it and the purposes of their trips. Summaries of the data analysis of the survey results are presented, and also a brief statement about possible future research that can be built on these results.

Keywords: Taxis, total mobility, transport for disabled, use survey

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  • Published: 1993
  • Reference: 24