Household Travel Survey
What is a Household Travel Survey?
Household Travel Surveys show the amount of travel generated by local residents. Participants use a smartphone app, website or other methods to record where, when, how and why they travel during a single day.
What is the purpose of the survey?
These surveys provide information about local travel patterns and needs. They help RTC make decisions about transportation projects that impact you and your community.
Why should my household participate?
"On behalf of the RTC, I want to thank you for your participation. Your input will help us greatly as we plan for the future."
- MJ Maynard, CEO of the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada (RTC)
1) Whether you travel a little or a lot your travel represents what a lot of other residents do. 2) You'll improve the roads you travel on for yourself and your community. 3) Your data will help direct where transportation dollars are spent.
What would I have to do?
It’s very simple. You will be asked to provide information regarding your household, household members, and vehicles. You will then select a travel date and each household member will provide travel information that includes all the locations they went to with small details of those stops.
A Survey that Serves your Community
Household Travel Surveys are different from other surveys. These surveys make real changes where you live, work and play. Your input will improve the lives of the people you care about AND you get *paid for that input!
*Incentives are being offered for this survey. Those incentives will be paid by ETC Institute. RTC is not associated with the incentives or the incentive delivery process.
The Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada (RTC) is conducting a household travel survey in Clark County.
RTC has contracted with ETC Institute to administer this survey.
The results will be used by RTC to plan future transportation improvements in the area.