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RP NCTS 1999-02: Analysis of Mode of Choice Behavior of Students of Exclusive Schools in Metro Manila: The Case of Ateneo de Manila University and Miriam College

Many practical transport policy issues that can alleviate traffic congestion are concerned with mode choice that are affected by travel patterns, trip characteristics, socioeconomic characteristics and transport related policies. The mode choice for this study is generally between car and others where public transport includes jeepneys, tricylce, bus, taxi, FX (HOV), and LRT. Data collection is conducted on July 14, 15, 16 19, and August 9 of 1999 at Miriam College and Ateneo de Manila University. A total of 350 and 170 samples were collected in Miriam College and Ateneo de Manila respectively. The research is concerned with the development of a linear and non-linear regression models for mode choice. Results indicate that majority of them are car users and the variables that affect this choice are car ownership, parking access and travel time. Hence, an alternative policy is being conducted in this study: carpooling.

UP-National Center for Transportation Studies
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De Guzman, Mark P.; economic/development modelling; econometric modeling; road; transportation;
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