2015 Puget Sound Regional Household Travel Survey
The Spring 2015 Household Survey collected day-to-day residential information to determine travel patterns and provide insight for future transportation improvements in Washington State's central Puget Sound region.
The information collected includes how residents traveled, where residents traveled to, and how long it took residents to reach their destinations.
Data Collection Agency
The Puget Sound Regional Council conducted the survey.
This survey was conducted in spring 2015 as a booster survey following the large-scale household (HH) travel and activity survey conducted in 2014. The booster sample of 2,430 HHs included 821 cross-sectional HHs and a panel of 1,609 HHs that participated in the 2014 survey. A subsample of HHs also drawn from the 2014 survey used a smartphone application to collect global positioning system (GPS) paths.
Survey records include a total of 4,786 participants.
For more information, see the survey documentation.
This data set contains a demographic and socioeconomic composition of 4,786 people from 2,419 households in the Puget Sound regional area, as well as detailed information on the travel behavior of each household for a designated 24-hour period. The survey logged over 177 thousand vehicle miles of travel by participants during 18,713 trips.
Transportation data are available as zipped files. Download Winzip.
Full Survey Data
(Excluding Any GPS)Download
How To Cite the Data
If you use TSDC data in a publication, please contact us and include a citation in your publication consistent with the following format:
"Transportation Secure Data Center." (2018). National Renewable Energy Laboratory. Accessed Jan. 15, 2018: www.nrel.gov/tsdc.