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Omnibus Survey Household Survey Results Final Annotated Survey Questionnaire March 2001

Omnibus Survey
Household Survey Results
Final Annotated Survey Questionnaire
March 2001

We would like to begin by asking you a few questions about the transportation systems you use and how frequently you travel.

A1. During the past 30 days, have you used any of the following types of transportation for either personal or business travel?

A1a. Public Transportation, for example local public bus, subway or commuter rail (GTA1A)
1) Yes
2) No

If 'yes', ask A1xa. If 'no', ask A1ya.

A1xa. On how many days did you use this type of transportation?(GTA1AT)
1) 1-2
2) 3-5
3) 6-10
4) more than 10 days

A1ya. In your own words, please tell me the main reason you did not use public transportation in the past 30 days. (Code the first reason given by the respondent. If the response is, "I don't know", "I don't like it", "inconvenient", or "I don't need it" probe for a specific reason.) (GTA1YA)

1) Have my own vehicle/more convenient to drive
2) Public transportation not available in my area
3) Doesn't go where I need to travel
4) Location/too far to a bus stop or subway station
5) Unreliable
6) Too complicated/requires too many transfers
7) Public transportation takes too long/schedules not convenient
8) Health condition or disability
9) Hard to get information on schedules or stops
10) Costs too much
11) Don't like riding with strangers
12) Dirty/not clean
13) Unsafe
14) Other/Specify _______________________
(GTA1YAOT)

A1b. (Did you use a) Private vehicle in which you drive alone, such as a car, SUV, pickup truck, van or motorcycle (GTA1B)
1) Yes
2) No

If 'yes', ask A1xb. Otherwise skip to A1c

A1xb. On how many days did you use this type of transportation? (GTA1BT)
1) 1-2
2) 3-5
3) 6-10
4) more than 10 days

A1c. (Did you use an) Organized carpool or vanpool in which you travel with others (GTA1C)
1) Yes
2) No

If 'yes', ask A1xc. Otherwise skip to A1yc.

A1xc. On how many days did you use this type of transportation? (GTA1CT)
1) 1-2
2) 3-5
3) 6-10
4) more than 10 days

A1yc. In your own words, please tell me the main reason you did not use an organized carpool or vanpool in the past 30 days. (Code the first reason given by the respondent. If the response is, "I don't know", "I don't like it", "inconvenient", or "I don't need it" probe for a specific reason.) (GTA1YC)
1) Have own vehicle/more convenient to drive self
2) Not applicable to respondent's situation/does not commute
3) Organized car/vanpools not available in my area/don't know where to find one
4) Hard to find car or vanpools that fit my schedule
5) Need flexibility to come and go
6) Need the flexibility to make stops
7) Use public transportation
8) Commute is short
9) Unreliable
10) Health condition/disability
11) Prefer riding alone
12) Takes too long
13) Don't like riding with strangers
14) Costs too much
15) Other/Specify _________________________(GTA1YCOT)

A1d. (Did you use a) Private vehicle in which you travel with others (GTA1D)
1) Yes
2) No

If 'yes', ask A1xd. Otherwise skip to A1e

A1xd. On how many days did you use this type of transportation? (GTA1DT)
1) 1-2
2) 3-5
3) 6-10
4) more than 10 days

A1e. (Did you use a) City to city bus, such as Greyhound or Charter. (GTA1E)
1) Yes
2) No

If 'yes', ask A1xe. Otherwise skip to A1f.

A1xe. On how many days did you use this type of transportation? (GTA1ET)
1) 1-2
2) 3-5
3) 6-10
4) more than 10 days

A1f. (Did you use a) City to City train, such as AMTRAK (GTA1F)
1) Yes
2) No

If 'yes', ask A1xf. Otherwise skip to A1g.

A1xf. On how many days did you use this type of transportation? (GTA1FT)
1) 1-2
2) 3-5
3) 6-10
4) more than 10 days

A1g. (Did you use a) Taxi, Limousine or shuttle service (GTA1G)
1) Yes
2) No

If 'yes', ask A1xg. Otherwise skip to A1h.

A1xg. On how many days did you use this type of transportation? (GTA1GT)
1) 1-2
2) 3-5
3) 6-10
4) more than 10 days

A1h. (Did you use a) Commercial airplane (GTA1H)
1) Yes
2) No

If 'yes', ask A1xh. Otherwise skip to A1i.

A1xh. On how many days did you use this type of transportation? (GTA1HT)
1) 1-2
2) 3-5
3) 6-10
4) more than 10 days

A1i. (Did you use a) Private or charter airplane (GTA1I)
1) Yes
2) No

If 'yes', ask A1xi. Otherwise skip to A1j.

A1xi. On how many days did you use this type of transportation? (GTA1IT)
1) 1-2
2) 3-5
3) 6-10
4) more than 10 days

A1j. (Did you use a) Commercial boat, ship, or ferry (GTA1J)
1) Yes
2) No

If 'yes', ask A1xj. Otherwise skip to A1k.

A1xj. On how many days did you use this type of transportation? (GTA1JT)
1) 1-2
2) 3-5
3) 6-10
4) more than 10 days

A1k. (Did you use a) Recreational boat (GTA1K)
1) Yes
2) No

If 'yes', ask A1xk and A1ka. Otherwise skip to A1L.

A1xk. On how many days did you use this type of transportation? (GTA1KT)
1) 1-2
2) 3-5
3) 6-10
4) more than 10 days

A1ka. Altogether, how many hours did you spend on a recreational boat? (GTA1KA)
1) 1-6
2) 7-12
3) 13-20
4) more than 20 hours

A1L. (Did you use a) Bicycle (GTA1L)
1) Yes
2) No

If 'yes', ask A1xL and, A1La.. Otherwise skip to T1.

A1xL. On how many days did you use this type of transportation? (GTA1LT)
1) 1-2
2) 3-5
3) 6-10
4) more than 10 days

A1La. Did you use your bicycle primarily for... (GTA1LA)
1) commuting to work
2) recreation
3) exercise
4) running errands (going to the store, post office, etc.)
5) some other purpose - SPECIFY _________________(GTA1LAO)

Now I have a few questions about travel times and traffic congestion.

T1. Do you commute to work or school on a regular basis? ("regular" meaning 3 or more times a week) (BTST1J)
1) Yes
2) No -skip to C15

T2a. On average, about how many minutes does your commute take from home? (BTST2AJ)
_____ minutes

T2b. And about how many minutes would it take if there were no traffic congestion? (BTST2BJ)
_____ minutes

T3a. On average, about how many minutes does your commute take to home? (BTST3AJ)
_____ minutes

T3b. And about how many minutes would it take if there were no traffic congestion? (BTST3BJ)
_____ minutes

T4. In your own words, what would you say is the main cause of delays or congestion you experience in your commute? (Code the first reason given by the respondent. If the response is "I don't know," probe for a specific reason.) (BTST4J)

1) High volume of vehicles on the road
2) My schedule requires that I commute during "rush hours"
3) Not enough highways/road lanes to accommodate the number of vehicles
4) Poorly maintained highways, roads, bridges
5) Construction zones
6) Scheduling delays or cancellation of public transportation (bus, subway, commuter rail)
7) Accidents
8) Traffic lights or signs
9) Toll booths
10) Mechanical malfunction with public transportation
11) Other drivers slow me down
12) Inadequate parking at destination
13) I do not experience traffic congestion in my commute
14) Other - Specify _______________________________ (BTST4JOT)

NOW WE WOULD LIKE TO ASK YOUR VIEWS ON A VARIETY OF DIFFERENT TRANSPORTATION ISSUES.C15. PLEASE RATE YOUR LEVEL OF CONCERN ABOUT THE FOLLOWING ISSUES ON A SCALE OF 1 TO 5, WHERE 1 MEANS YOU ARE VERY CONCERNED AND 5 MEANS YOU ARE NOT AT ALL CONCERNED. OVERALL, HOW CONCERNED ARE YOU ABOUT...(RMC15A-RMC15G)

a. US dependence on oil from the Middle East
b. Keeping computerized systems like air traffic control secure from terrorism
c. The risk of terrorism against American citizens traveling by air
d. The risk of terrorism against American citizens traveling on cruise ships
e. The risk of terrorism against American citizens traveling by highway, train, or public transit
f. Illegal immigration across US borders
g. The transport of illegal drugs across US borders

C16. I just asked about your concern with various transportation issues. Now, please rate your level of satisfaction with what the US Department of Transportation is doing to address those issues on a scale of 1 to 5, where 1 means you are very dissatisfied and 5 means you are very satisfied. Overall, how satisfied are you about the U.S. DOT's efforts in... (RMC16A-RMC16G)

a. Reducing US dependence on oil from the Middle East
b. Keeping computerized systems like air traffic control secure from terrorism
c. Reducing the risk of terrorism against American citizens traveling by air
d. REDUCING THE RISK OF TERRORISM AGAINST AMERICAN CITIZENS TRAVELING ON CRUISE SHIPS
e. Reducing the risk of terrorism against American citizens traveling by highway, train, or public transit
f. Controlling illegal immigration across US borders
g. Controlling the transport of illegal drugs across US borders

C17. We would now like to know what you think about possible threats to our transportation system. Please rate your level of agreement with the following statements on a scale of 1 to 5, where 1 means you strongly disagree and 5 means you strongly agree with the statement. (RMC17A-RMC17F)

a. Americans traveling by air face a high risk of terrorism
b. Americans traveling on cruise ships face a high risk of terrorism
c. Americans traveling on highways, trains, or public transit face a high risk of terrorism
d. I am concerned about terrorist acts threatening my own personal safety while traveling.
e. I would support airport-type security measures at bus, transit, and rail stations to address the threat of terrorist acts
f. The security measures currently at U.S. airports are adequate to protect air travelers against terrorist acts

C18. How many one-way trips have you taken as a passenger on commercial airlines, either for personal or business reasons, since March 2000? For this question, a one-way trip means from the initial departure airport to the final destination airport, regardless of the number of plane changes required. (RMC18)

Enter a number________

C18c. If a terrorist act took place in the U.S. against any airline, would you: (RMC18C)

1) Not change your air travel habits
2) Travel less frequently by air
3) Stop traveling by air for at least some period of time
4) Stop traveling by air permanently

This next question asks about railroad crossings.

M13. Have you received information regarding how to safely cross railroad crossings from any of the following sources? [CODE ALL THAT APPLY] (OMM13I1-OMM13I4)

During driver safety class
1) Yes
2) No

In written materials
1) Yes
2) No

Informally from family and friends
1) Yes
2) No

From public service announcements or safety campaigns in television, radio, or magazine ads
1) Yes
2) No

M29. Were you aware that the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has:

A toll-free Auto Safety Hotline (1-888-327-4236)? (OMM29I1)
1) Yes
2) No

A website (www.nhtsa.dot.gov) for receiving reports from consumers of vehicle safety problems and safety defects (OMM29I2)
1) Yes
2) No

B3. Do you currently have a disability or health problem that makes it difficult for you to travel outside the home? (CSB3)
1) Yes
2) No - Skip to B4a

M2. Which of the following means of transportation cause you difficulty? (OMM2I1-OMM2I7) (MARK ALL THAT APPLY)

1) By car as a driver
2) By car as a passenger
3) By public transportation, such as bus or rail
4) By bicycle
5) By walking
6) By airplane
7) By other means - Specify _______________________(OMM2IO)

NOW I'M GOING TO ASK YOU ABOUT EXPERIENCES YOU MAY HAVE HAD CONTACTING THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION.

B4A. SINCE MARCH 2000, HAVE YOU REQUESTED A PRODUCT OR SERVICE FROM AN AGENCY OF THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION? (CSB4A)

1) YES
2) NO - SKIP TO D1

B4B2. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING AGENCIES DID YOU CONTACT? (CSB4B201-CSB4B213) READ ALL CHOICES AND CODE ALL THAT APPLY

1) The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration,
2) U.S. Coast Guard,
3) Federal Aviation Administration,
4) Maritime Administration,
5) Federal Highway Administration,
6) Federal Railroad Administration,
7) Federal Transit Administration,
8) Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration,
9) Research and Special Programs Administration,
10) Bureau of Transportation Statistics,
11) St. Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation,
12) Office of the Secretary of Transportation, or
13) Some other agency - Specify_________________________________(CSB4B2O)

Ask B4b3 if more than one selected above. List names of those selected for interviewer to read.
If respondent contacted only one agency (1-12), skip to B4b1.
If the respondent chooses only 13 for B4b2, skip to D1.

B4b3. Which of those agencies did you most recently contact? (CSB4B3)
List of agencies selected in B4b2. If the respondent chooses 13 for B4b2, skip to D1.

B4B1. HOW LONG AGO WAS YOUR MOST RECENT REQUEST? (CSB4B1)

1) SINCE THE BEGINNING OF FEBRUARY OF 2001
2) DURING DECEMBER 2000 AND JANUARY 2001
3) BETWEEN SEPTEMBER AND NOVEMBER OF 2000
4) BETWEEN MARCH AND AUGUST OF 2000

B4B4. AND WHAT KIND OF PRODUCT OR SERVICE DID YOU REQUEST FROM [FILL IN AGENCY NAME FROM B4B2 OR B4B3 AS APPROPRIATE}? (MARK ALL THAT APPLY) (CSB4B41-CSB4B48)

1) DATA (TABLES, CHARTS, GRAPHS, FILES, CD-ROM)
2) PUBLICATIONS, BROCHURES, PAMPHLETS, FACT SHEETS, REPORTS
3) MAPS
4) PRESS RELEASES
5) VIDEOS
6) EMPLOYMENT INFORMATION
7) GRANT OR SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION
8) OTHER - SPECIFY _________________________(CSB4B4O)

B5. HOW DID YOU CONTACT [FILL IN AGENCY NAME FROM B4B2 OR B4B3 AS APPROPRIATE]? (CSB5)

1) Telephone
2) Internet/world wide web/e-mail
3) (Regular) mail
4) In person
5) Other - specify _______________________________ (CSB5OTH)

B6. Please rate your overall satisfaction with the level of service you received from [fill in agency name from B42 or B4b3 as appropriate]. Would you say you were... (CSB6)

1) Very dissatisfied,
2) Somewhat dissatisfied,
3) Neither dissatisfied nor satisfied
4) Somewhat satisfied, or
5) Very satisfied?

This final set of questions will be used only for general analysis. No personal identifying information about you or your household will ever be reported.

D1. How many licensed vehicles are available for regular use by members of your household? (DCD1)

ENTER NUMBER OF LICENSED VEHICLES ______

D2. Are you a licensed commercial transportation operator (such as a bus driver or truck driver)? (DCD2)
1) Yes
2) No

D3. Do you own or operate a business from your home? (DCD3)
1) Yes
2) No

D4. Please stop me when I reach the category that best describes your age. (DCD4)
2) 18 to 24
3) 25 to 34
4) 35 to 44
5) 45 to 54
6) 55 to 64
7) 65 or older

D5. RECORD GENDER. ASK IF NECESSARY: Are you male or female? (DCD5)
1) Male
2) Female

D6. What is the highest level of education you completed? CODE ONLY ONE (DCD6)
1) Less than high school
2) High school graduate/GED
3) Technical school/professional business school
4) Some college
5) Community college graduate (AA: Associate of Arts Degree)
6) College graduate (BA or BS: Bachelor of Arts or Sciences Degree)
7) Post-graduate degree (Masters, Ph.D., Lawyer, Medical Doctor)

D7. Are you of Hispanic, Spanish or Latino origin? (DCD7)
1) Yes
2) No, not Hispanic/Spanish/Latino

D8. What is your race? CODE ALL THAT APPLY (DCD81-DCD86)

1) White (Caucasian, Anglo)
2) Black or African-American
3) American Indian (Native American) or Alaska native
4) Asian (e.g., Asian Indian, Chinese, Filipino, Japanese, Korean, Vietnamese)
5) Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander (e.g., Samoan, Guamanian, or Chamorro)
6) Other/specify ___________________ (DCD8OTH)

D9. Do you have any other telephone lines in your house that someone would answer? This does not include dedicated computer, fax lines, or cellular phones. (DCD9)
1) Yes
2) No skip to D12

D9a. How many other telephone lines are there? (DCD9A)

Other phone lines ________

D9b. What is the primary use of this (these) phone line(s)? (DCD9B)
1) Household use only
2) Business and home use
3) Business use only

D12. How many people aged 18 years or older live in your household? (DCD12)

Number of people ________

D10. Finally, in order to classify your household for statistical purposes, what is your zip code? (DCD10)

Zip code ___________

Thank you for taking the time to complete this survey.

Contents of the Interview Data Set

Data Set Name: HI0301PU
Member Type: DATA
Created: 9:28 Monday, March 19, 2001
Last Modified: 9:28 Monday, March 19, 2001
Observations: 1137
Variables: 172
Observation Length: 1690

-----Alphabetic List of Variables and Attributes-----

# Variable Type Len Pos Label
139 AGE00_17 Num 5 1476 Percent Age 0 - 17
140 AGE18_24 Num 5 1481 Percent Age 18 - 24
141 AGE25_34 Num 5 1486 Percent Age 25 - 34
142 AGE35_44 Num 5 1491 Percent Age 35 - 44
143 AGE45_54 Num 5 1496 Percent Age 45 - 54
144 AGE55_64 Num 5 1501 Percent Age 55 - 64
145 AGEOVR65 Num 5 1506 Percent Age Over 65
165 BASEWGT Num 8 1626 Base Weight
32 BTST1J Num 8 374 Respondent Commutes to Work or School
34 BTST2ACT Num 8 390 Commute from Home (Categ)
33 BTST2AJ Num 8 382 Commute from Home (Minutes)
36 BTST2BCT Num 8 406 Commute from Home w/o Congestion (Categ)
35 BTST2BJ Num 8 398 Commute from Home w/o Congestion (Min)
38 BTST3ACT Num 8 422 Commute to Home (Categ)
37 BTST3AJ Num 8 414 Commute to Home (Minutes)
40 BTST3BCT Num 8 438 Commute to Home w/o Congestion (Categ)
39 BTST3BJ Num 8 430 Commute to Home w/o Congestion (Min)
41 BTST4J Num 8 446 Main Cause of Delays/Congest in Commute
42 BTST4JOT Char 50 454 Main Cause Delays/Cong in Comm(Specify)
131 CASEID Char 9 1418 CaseID
132 CASESTAT Num 8 1427 Final Interview Disposition Codes
166 CEN_FACT Num 8 1634 Census Population Adjustment Factor
146 CITY Char 20 1511 City
147 CREGION Num 8 1531 Census Region
72 CSB3 Num 8 736 Travel Diff Due to Disability or Health
107 CSB5 Num 8 1142 How Did R Contact the Agency
109 CSB6 Num 8 1200 Rate Level of Service Received
81 CSB4A Num 8 850 Req Product/Service fm USDOT since 03/00
97 CSB4B1 Num 8 1020 Amount of Time since Most Recent Request
96 CSB4B3 Num 8 1012 Agency Contacted Most Recently
98 CSB4B41 Num 8 1028 Prod Req: Data
99 CSB4B42 Num 8 1036 Prod Req: Publications/Brochures/Reports
100 CSB4B43 Num 8 1044 Prod Req: Maps
101 CSB4B44 Num 8 1052 Prod Req: Press Releases
102 CSB4B45 Num 8 1060 Prod Req: Videos
103 CSB4B46 Num 8 1068 Prod Req: Employment Information
104 CSB4B47 Num 8 1076 Prod Req: Grant/Scholarship Information
105 CSB4B48 Num 8 1084 Prod Req: Other
82 CSB4B201 Num 8 858 Past Year Request Information from NHTSA
83 CSB4B202 Num 8 866 Past Year Request Information from USCG
84 CSB4B203 Num 8 874 Past Year Request Information from FAA
85 CSB4B204 Num 8 882 Past Year Request Information from MARAD
86 CSB4B205 Num 8 890 Past Year Request Information from FHWA
87 CSB4B206 Num 8 898 Past Year Request Information from FRA
88 CSB4B207 Num 8 906 Past Year Request Information from FTA
89 CSB4B208 Num 8 914 Past Year Request Information from FMCSA
90 CSB4B209 Num 8 922 Past Year Request Information from RSPA
91 CSB4B210 Num 8 930 Past Year Request Information from BTS
92 CSB4B211 Num 8 938 Past Year Request Information from SLSDC
93 CSB4B212 Num 8 946 Past Year Request Information from OST
94 CSB4B213 Num 8 954 Past Year Request Information from OTHER
95 CSB4B2O Char 50 962 Past Year Request Info OTHER (Specify)
106 CSB4B4O Char 50 1092 Prod Req: Other (Specify)
108 CSB5O Char 50 1150 Other Contact (Specify)
110 DCD1 Num 8 1208 Number of Licensed Vehicles in Household
112 DCD2 Num 8 1224 R is Licensed Commercial Trans Op
113 DCD3 Num 8 1232 R Owns or Operates Business from Home
114 DCD4 Num 8 1240 R Age
115 DCD5 Num 8 1248 R Gender
116 DCD6 Num 8 1256 R Education
117 DCD7 Num 8 1264 R is of Hispanic Origin
125 DCD9 Num 8 1370 Multiple Phone Lines in Household
129 DCD12 Num 8 1402 Number of People 18 and Older in HH
118 DCD81 Num 8 1272 R is White
119 DCD82 Num 8 1280 R is Black or African American
120 DCD83 Num 8 1288 R is American Indian or Alaska Native
121 DCD84 Num 8 1296 R is Asian
122 DCD85 Num 8 1304 R is Pacific Islander
123 DCD86 Num 8 1312 R is Other Race
130 DCD12CAT Num 8 1410 Num of People 18 and Older in HH (Categ)
111 DCD1CAT Num 8 1216 Number of Lic Veh in Household (Categ)
124 DCD8OTH Char 50 1320 Other Race Specification
126 DCD9A Num 8 1378 Number of Other Phone Lines
127 DCD9ACAT Num 8 1386 Number Of Other Phone Lines (Categ)
128 DCD9B Num 8 1394 Primary Use of Multiple Phone Lines
148 DIVISION Num 8 1539 Census Division
133 ETIME Char 8 1435 Interview End Time
167 FINALWGT Num 8 1642 Final Weight - Sums to Population Total
149 FIPSCODE Char 5 1547 FIPS Code
1 GTA1A Num 8 0 Used Local Bus, Subway, or Commuter Rail
13 GTA1AT Num 8 96 Days Used Bus, Subway, or Commuter Rail
2 GTA1B Num 8 8 Drive Alone in Private Vehicle
14 GTA1BT Num 8 104 Days Used Private Vehicle
3 GTA1C Num 8 16 Travel in Organized Carpool or Vanpool
15 GTA1CT Num 8 112 Days Travel in Carpool or Vanpool
4 GTA1D Num 8 24 Travel with Others in Private Vehicle
16 GTA1DT Num 8 120 Days Travel with Others in Private Veh
5 GTA1E Num 8 32 Used City to City Bus
17 GTA1ET Num 8 128 Days Used City to City Bus
6 GTA1F Num 8 40 Used City to City Train
18 GTA1FT Num 8 136 Days Used City to City Train
7 GTA1G Num 8 48 Used Taxi, Limo, or Shuttle Service
19 GTA1GT Num 8 144 Days Used Taxi, Limo, or Shuttle Service
8 GTA1H Num 8 56 Used Commercial Airplane
20 GTA1HT Num 8 152 Days Used Commercial Airplane
9 GTA1I Num 8 64 Used Private or Charter Airplane
21 GTA1IT Num 8 160 Days Used Private or Charter Airplane
10 GTA1J Num 8 72 Used Comm Boat, Ship, or Ferry
22 GTA1JT Num 8 168 Days Used Comm Boat, Ship, or Ferry
11 GTA1K Num 8 80 Used Recreational Boat
24 GTA1KA Num 8 184 Hours Spent on Recreational Boat
23 GTA1KT Num 8 176 Days Used Recreational Boat
12 GTA1L Num 8 88 Used Bicycle
26 GTA1LA Num 8 200 Primary Use of Bicycle
27 GTA1LAO Char 50 208 Primary Use of Bicycle (Specify)
25 GTA1LT Num 8 192 Days Used Bicycle
28 GTA1YA Num 8 258 Reason Not Use Pub Trans Past 30
29 GTA1YAOT Char 50 266 Reason Not Use Pub Trans (Specify)
30 GTA1YC Num 8 316 Reason Not Use Carpool Past 30
31 GTA1YCOT Char 50 324 Reason Not Use Carpool (Specify)
134 HHSCREEN Num 8 1443 Telephone Disposition Codes
156 IN75_100 Num 5 1582 Percent Household Income 75 < 100K
150 INC00_09 Num 5 1552 Percent Household Income 0 < 10K
151 INC10_14 Num 5 1557 Percent Household Income 10 < 15K
152 INC15_24 Num 5 1562 Percent Household Income 15 < 25K
153 INC25_34 Num 5 1567 Percent Household Income 25 < 35K
154 INC35_49 Num 5 1572 Percent Household Income 35 < 50K
155 INC50_74 Num 5 1577 Percent Household Income 50 < 75K
157 INOVR100 Num 5 1587 Percent Household Income Over 100K
135 INTLNGTH Num 8 1451 Length of Interview (Minutes)
158 METRO Num 8 1592 Inside/Outside Metropolitan Area
159 MSA Char 4 1600 MSA
168 NR_FACT Num 8 1650 Nonresponse Adjustment Factor
66 OMM13I1 Num 8 688 Info on RR Cross fm Driver Safty Class
67 OMM13I2 Num 8 696 Info on RR Cross fm Written Materials
68 OMM13I3 Num 8 704 Info on RR Cross fm Family/Friends
69 OMM13I4 Num 8 712 Info on RR Cross fm Pub Serv Anncments
70 OMM29I1 Num 8 720 R Aware of NHTSA Hotline
71 OMM29I2 Num 8 728 R Aware of NHTSA Website
73 OMM2I1 Num 8 744 Difficulties - Car as Driver
74 OMM2I2 Num 8 752 Difficulties - Car as Passenger
75 OMM2I3 Num 8 760 Difficulties - Public Trans
76 OMM2I4 Num 8 768 Difficulties - Bicycle
77 OMM2I5 Num 8 776 Difficulties - Walking
78 OMM2I6 Num 8 784 Difficulties - Airplane
79 OMM2I7 Num 8 792 Difficulties - Other
80 OMM2IO Char 50 800 Difficulties - Other (Specify)
160 PASIAN Num 5 1604 Percent Asian/Pacific Islander
161 PBLACK Num 5 1609 Percent Black
169 PER_FACT Num 8 1658 Adjust. for No. of Eligible HH Members
162 PHISPA Num 5 1614 Percent Hispanic
170 PHN_FACT Num 8 1666 Multiple Phone Lines Adjustment Factor
163 PWHITE Num 5 1619 Percent White
63 RMC18 Num 8 664 Number of One-Way Trips on Comm Airlines
43 RMC15A Num 8 504 Concern Lev-US Dep on Oil from Mid East
44 RMC15B Num 8 512 Concern Lev-Computer Systems Secure
45 RMC15C Num 8 520 Concern Lev-Air Travel Terrorist Free
46 RMC15D Num 8 528 Concern Lev-Cruise Ships Terrorist Free
47 RMC15E Num 8 536 Concern Lev-Hwy/Trains/Pub Tran Terr Fre
48 RMC15F Num 8 544 Concern Lev-Ill Immigration/US Borders
49 RMC15G Num 8 552 Concern Lev-Illegal Drugs/US Borders
50 RMC16A Num 8 560 Satisf Lev-US Dep on Oil from Mid East
51 RMC16B Num 8 568 Satisf Lev-Computer Systems Secure
52 RMC16C Num 8 576 Satisf Lev-Air Travel Terrorist Free
53 RMC16D Num 8 584 Satisf Lev-Cruise Ships Terrorist Free
54 RMC16E Num 8 592 Satisf Lev-Hwy/Trains/Pub Tran Terr Free
55 RMC16F Num 8 600 Satisf Lev-Ill Immigration/US Borders
56 RMC16G Num 8 608 Satisf Lev-Illegal Drugs/US Borders
57 RMC17A Num 8 616 Agree Lev-Risk of Terr dur Air Travel
58 RMC17B Num 8 624 Agree Lev-Risk of Terr on Cruise Ships
59 RMC17C Num 8 632 Agree Lev-Risk of Terr on Hwy Etc.
60 RMC17D Num 8 640 Agree Lev-Personal Trav Terrorist Concrn
61 RMC17E Num 8 648 Agree Lev-Supprt Arpt Secur Meas at Othr
62 RMC17F Num 8 656 Agree Lev-Airport Security is Adequate
65 RMC18C Num 8 680 Terrorist Act Took Place Agnst US Airln
64 RMC18CAT Num 8 672 Num of One-Way Tps on Comm Airln (Categ)
171 SCALEWGT Num 8 1674 Final Weight - Sums to Sample Total
136 SCREENER Num 8 1459 Screener Disposition Codes
164 STATE Char 2 1624 State
137 STIME Char 8 1467 Interview Start Time
138 TIMEZONE Char 1 1475 Time Zone
172 WD_FACT Num 8 1682 Weighted Deflation Adjustment Factor