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Title: Forth Road Bridge Closure Survey: Analysis of Commuter Behaviour: Final Findings Report May 2016
Author(s): Shires, Jeremy
Marsden, Greg
Docherty, Iain
Anable, Jillian
Citation: Shires J, Marsden G, Docherty I & Anable J (2016) Forth Road Bridge Closure Survey: Analysis of Commuter Behaviour: Final Findings Report May 2016. Scottish Government. Edinburgh.
Issue Date: 2016
Date Deposited: 13-Mar-2019
Publisher: University of Glasgow
Abstract: First paragraph: This document presents the findings of surveys conducted on both commuter & non-commuting travel behaviour during the Forth Road Bridge closure. The survey captured 923 commuters (842 full time and 81 part time workers) and 441 non-commuters giving a total sample of 1,364 respondents. We anticipate that the survey will most likely have been filled out by those experiencing significant adverse impacts and, as such, the findings should be interpreted as an upper bound of impacts amongst those affected.
Type: Technical Report
Affiliation: University of Leeds
University of Leeds
University of Glasgow
University of Leeds

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