Stated Preferences survey for a toll road

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Description

a panel from 1999-2000

number of observations : 1448 observations for 548 individuals

observation : individuals

country : United-States

Usage

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Format

A dataframe containing :

id

the individual id

src

the source of the data, one of br : revealed preference survey conducted by the Brookings Institution, bs : stated preferences survey conducted by the Brookings Institution and cal : revealed preferences survey conducted by the Californian Polytechnic State University

route

the route chosen, one of express (the toll-road) or freeway (the free road)

toll.alt

the monetary cost of the road (a for the free road)

time.alt

the median time of the trip on both highways for the given schedule

reliability.alt

the reliability of the trip length on both highways for the given schedule, measured by the difference between the 80th and the 50th percentile of the trip length

occupance

the number of people in the car

size

the household size

sex

one of male or female

flexibility

does the respondent declare having a flexible arrival time, a factor with levels yes or no

distance

trip distance in miles

commute

a long-commute for trips longer than 45 minutes (a factor with levels yes or no)

age3050

a factor with levels yes if the respondent is between 30 and 50 years old, no otherwise

income

a factor with levels low, medium and high

Source

Kenneth A. Small, Clifford Winston, Jia Yan (2005) “Uncovering the distribution of motorists' preferences for travel time and reliability”, Econometrica, 73(4), 1367-1382.

References

Econometrica data archive

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