Institute for Transport Studies and Choice Modelling Centre
Participants are required for a study into how their travel behaviour and attitudes have been affected by the coronavirus pandemic during the lockdown.
We are recruiting participants for a longitudinal study which aims to investigate the dynamic impact of the coronavirus (covid-19) induced lockdown on peoples travel behaviour and attitudes. The study will also explore whether peoples expectation of their activities during the post-lockdown period is consistent with their actual post-lockdown behaviour.
You will be surveyed every 1-2 weeks during the lockdown and once or twice in the post-lockdown period.
If you are interested in taking part, please complete the survey.
After completing the survey, we will contact you up to five times to complete a follow-up survey that will take around 10 minutes to complete.
We will ask you questions about:
- your travel behaviour before and during the lockdown;
- how you expect it to change when the lockdown is lifted; and
- your attitudes.
After the entire data collection is finished, we will raffle off four £50 shopping vouchers to participants who have completed all stages of the survey.
This study is being conducted by researchers in the Institute for Transport Studies and the Choice Modelling Centre. The research has been approved by the Research Ethics Committee.
- Contact: Professor Stephane Hess via email: S.Hess@leeds.ac.uk
- Ethical approval reference number: AREA19-145
- Closing date for participants: 15 May 2020