Surveys and Focus Group

From time to time, Transportation Planning conducts surveys to better understand transportation behaviour and trip making patterns. . Below are the reports containing the results of these surveys, as well as the original survey questions.

UBC 2009 Transportation Survey

This report presents the results of the 2009 Transportation Survey, which was undertaken in February 2009.

UBC 2007 Transportation Survey

This report presents the results of the 2007 Transportation Survey, which was undertaken in March 2007.

2006 UBC-Okanagan U-Pass Survey

A U-Pass survey was held between February 24 and March 5, 2006, conducted by Transportation Planning

. Its purpose was to help determine the potential for implementing a U-Pass system at UBC Okanagan. For more information on U-Pass at UBC-O, please visit the UBC Okanagan Transportation Choices website.

2004 Transportation Survey

Dr. Ken Denike’s (UBC Department of Geography) e-survey of current transportation management issues, sent to members of the UBC community.

2003 Summer U-Pass Survey

Update: UBC has expanded the U-Pass program to summer students (Summer 2005)!

2002 Transportation Survey – Email Survey

Dr. Ken Denike’s analysis of the results of the transportation survey were posted on Transportation Plannings website in January 2002. This paper includes data on current transportation methods, as well as recommendations for increasing the use of SOV-alternatives.

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2001 Hampton Place Survey – Methodology and Results

June 2001
The main objective of the Hampton Place Survey was to determine transportation usage by residents in the Hampton Place development, enabling a future action plan to be developed – if needed – to meet these desires. This report outlines methodology, results, recommendations and conclusions.

2000 Transportation Survey – Email Survey

October 2000
Conducted by Dr. Ken Denike and Mr. Andrew Murphy. An analysis of the results of the transportation survey posted on Transportation Plannings web site in January 2000. This paper includes data on current transportation methods, as well as recommendations for increasing the use of SOV-alternatives.

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1998 Transportation Survey – Email Survey

August 1998
Dr. Ken Denike. This report focuses on travel patterns to and from UBC, based on the response of market segments collected through an online survey. The report includes data on current transportation methods, as well as recommendations for increasing the use of SOV-alternatives.