PATREC

Stated Preference Surveys - Experimental Design

Stated Preference Surveys - Experimental Design

PATREC responded to a call of the Department of Planning, Western Australia (DoP), to design a suite of Stated Preference (SP) surveys and to examine the advantages and feasibility of combining them with the upcoming Metropolitan Perth and Peel Household Travel Survey (PARTS), scheduled to commence 2016.

The primary purpose of the SP survey is to improve the mode choice component of Perth’s strategic models. Revealed Preference (RP) attributes often exhibit little variability or are collinear and it is difficult to determine their contribution to choice. SP will provide more robust parameter estimates than can be uncovered using only RP data.

Contact: patrec-see@uwa.edu.au