Economic Relationships, Transportation, Human Mobility
For the IMTC passenger vehicle survey, the notion of a "cross-border trip" is not as rigid a definition of "trip" as typically used in traffic modeling. While basic origin and destination data was collected here, our purpose was not to obtain a trip diary from our respondents that would account for intermediary stops. Our interests were in the primary destination a traveler had when they left their residence and headed across the border.
Border Policy Research Institute, "2013/14 IMTC Passenger Vehicle Survey: Project Organization & Report of Findings" (2014). Border Policy Research Institute Publications. 93.
Subjects - Topical (LCSH)
Border crossing--Washington (State)--Surveys; Border crossing--British Columbia--Surveys; Motor vehicles--Washington (State)--Surveys
Washington (State); British Columbia