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This report describes the 2011 Commuting Preferences Survey (CPS) of the University of North Florida (UNF). The goal of the survey is to assess the commuting preferences of the UNF community in order to design efficient and sustainable transportation practices. The UNF CPS was written by UNF Environmental Center staff and created using the online survey tool Vovici. Invitations to participate in the survey were sent to all UNF students, faculty, and staff by Institutional Research; the final response rate was 20.52%. The survey opened on March 7, 2011 and closed on April 11, 2011. Three alternative transportation modes were queried in the survey.
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Environmental Indicators and Impact Assessment | Sustainability
Chimato, Nicolette; Pakidis, Cheryl; and Pyati, Radha, "University of North Florida Communiting Preferences Survey 2011" (2011). Campus Sustainability. 2.