The Travel Behavior Inventory is a study of household demographics, daily travel activities, and typical transportation patterns throughout the greater Twin Cities region. This information is vital for regional and local planning agencies to understand the impact of growth, development, and other changes in the area's communities on the transportation system. Reliable transportation and viable travel options contribute to the region's quality of life and economic vitality, and this study will help agencies prioritize transportation improvements to best fit the region's needs.
This study is sponsored by the Metropolitan Council in partnership with the Minnesota Department of Transportation and the Wisconsin Department of Transportation.
“How people travel is important to understanding the future transportation needs of the Twin Cities region.” Read the Article