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Employer Transit Subsidy Study

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Description: This collection contains anonymized survey data collected in three waves from employees of seven downtown Vancouver hotel workers. The questionnaire collected data on commute behaviour, including mode choice for the most recent commute to and from work, employment, quality of life and demographics. As part of an experimental study, differential transit subsidies were offered to workers at some hotels between the survey waves. The three survey waves were conducted in March 2018 (n=774), September 2018 (n=905) and March 2019 (n=902). The collections consists of 3 SPSS-format Data Files, 3 excel-format Variable Keys and 3 pdf-format Questionnaires. In order to protect the anonymity of respondents, some variables from the survey responses are not included. Dataset inventory: Employer Transit Subsidy Study Wave 1 Data (ETSS_surveydata_wave1_RADAR.sav), Employer Transit Subsidy Study Wave 1 Questionnaire (ETSS_questionnaire_Wave_1.pdf), Employer Transit Subsidy Study Wave 1 Variable Guide (ETSS_Wave_1_Variable_Key.xlsx), Employer Transit Subsidy Study Wave 2 Data (ETSS_surveydata_wave2_RADAR.sav), Employer Transit Subsidy Study Wave 2 Questionnaire (ETSS_questionnaire_Wave_2.pdf), Employer Transit Subsidy Study Wave 2 Variable Guide (ETSS_Wave_2_Variable_Key.xlsx), Employer Transit Subsidy Study Wave 3 Data (ETSS_surveydata_wave3_RADAR.sav), and Employer Transit Subsidy Study Wave 3 Questionnaire (ETSS_questionnaire_Wave_3.pdf). The researcher who created this dataset would be pleased to hear from you and how you have used this data (pvhall@sfu.ca). Confidentiality declaration: This study was approved by SFU Research Ethics Board (study number 2017s0591). The individual consent form signed by all respondents included the following statement: "Your responses will be entered into a database which will be stored on a secure server at SFU and on the researcher's SFU computer during data collection and analysis. At the end of the study the information you provided, which cannot be used to identify you, will become part of an open-access dataset that can be shared among researchers, policy actors, and other stakeholders who may also be interested in studying travel patterns." This dataset was originally deposited in the Simon Fraser University institutional repository.
Authors: Hall, Peter; Simon Fraser University
Keywords: Transit
Date: 15-Oct-2020
Publisher: Federated Research Data Repository / dépôt fédéré de données de recherche
URI: https://doi.org/10.25314/dc305c6b-72c4-40b2-aff5-51c8b6c22c55
Geographic Coverage: 
City
Vancouver
Province /
Province / Territory
British Columbia
Territory
 
Country
Canada
Appears in Collections:SFU Research Data

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Citation
Hall, P. (2020) Employer Transit Subsidy Study. Federated Research Data Repository. https://doi.org/10.25314/dc305c6b-72c4-40b2-aff5-51c8b6c22c55