The Transport Department says the traffic data gauged in the HK$15 million survey is necessary for future development plans. Photo: Sam Tsang
The Transport Department says the traffic data gauged in the HK$15 million survey is necessary for future development plans. Photo: Sam Tsang

Transport authorities begin survey of 35,000 Hong Kong households to gauge travel behaviour, data to impact city’s development plans

  • The survey, held once every 10 years, will look into areas such as choices of transport mode and whether new technology has changed commute patterns
  • While not mandatory, residents are encouraged to participate as the data will play a part in the government’s development plans for the city

The Transport Department says the traffic data gauged in the HK$15 million survey is necessary for future development plans. Photo: Sam Tsang
The Transport Department says the traffic data gauged in the HK$15 million survey is necessary for future development plans. Photo: Sam Tsang
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