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Development of a transport module for multi-topic household surveys (English)

This paper is aimed at providing guidance on transport issues for those involved in designing multi-topic household surveys such as the Living Standards Measurement Studies (LSMS) surveys. The inclusion of a few key questions can provide critical information for better designing transport programs and policies aimed at improving access, affordability and quality services. Questions on transport access, quality, mode, distance, time, and cost can help to understand the constraints that the population may face in accessing jobs, markets, schools, health clinics and other social services. All of this can be broken down by subgroups such as income, geographic area, gender, employment, etc. further strengthening the relevance of the analysis and contribution to policy decisions. The paper covers background on transport and multi-topic household surveys, key transport policy concerns and data needs, approaches to analysis, issues of survey design, and prototype questions that could be included in existing surveys.

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  • Author

    Baker,Judy L., Denning,William B.

  • Document Date

    2005/01/01

  • Document Type

    Working Paper (Numbered Series)

  • Report Number

    33907

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    World,

  • Region

    The World Region,

  • Disclosure Date

    2005/10/24

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Development of a transport module for multi-topic household surveys

  • Keywords

    multitopic household surveys;transportation need;transport need;variability of travel time;Rural Travel and Transport;Income and Expenditure Survey;household survey data;mode of travel;access to job;cost of service;mode of transport;determinants of poverty;road user charge;Affordable Transport;environment for woman;road safety program;motor vehicle registration;time per day;frequency of service;household level data;road safety strategy;barriers to mobility;household survey questionnaire;term of data;place of work;hours of operation;trips per capita;cost of living;public transport service;source of income;average travel time;household and individual;household vehicle ownership;patterns of consumption;reduction in time;country assistance strategy;Country Assistance Strategies;lack of income;quality of education;increase in income;source of financing;transport and poverty;patterns of access;economies of scale;access to information;flow of information;household budget survey;source income;service and infrastructure;sample design;data needs;health clinic;travel mode;health clinics;statistical information;qualitative approach;welfare aggregate;paved road;rural area;transport expenditure;education level;community survey;

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Baker,Judy L. Denning,William B.

Development of a transport module for multi-topic household surveys (English). Transport Papers,no. TP-5 Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/194741468142796414/Development-of-a-transport-module-for-multi-topic-household-surveys