2008 International Mobility & Trade Corridor Project Passenger Intercept Survey

by Sabrina I. Pacifici on November 5, 2008

“The 2008 International Mobility & Trade Corridor Project (IMTC) Passenger Intercept Survey was conducted to assess characteristics of cross-border travel in the Cascade Gateway and provide that information to regional and federal public and private agencies. Information includes who crosses the border, for what purposes, origins and destinations, trip frequency, and other details of cross-border travel. These data can be compared to matching information collected by IMTC in the year 2000 to see how cross-border travel demand has changed over the last seven years. [To complete this survey, the Whatcom Council of Governments (WCOG) and the Border Policy Research Institute (BPRI) at Western Washington University undertook a passenger origin-destination survey at all four Cascade Gateway border crossings.]”

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