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Student and staff modes of travel to the Geelong Waterfront Campus 

Student and staff modes of travel to the Geelong Waterfront Campus 

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Travel Survey results from the 2011 surveys at Deakin University's Geelong Waterfront Campus

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... data in figure 13 indicates that the majority of staff have not travelled at all over the past 12 months. Just over one-quarter of staff (25.5%) have travelled once or twice to another region in Australia and a smaller percentage have travelled on either an international long or short ...
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... staff and students travel The data in figure 3 demonstrates that one third of students (31.8 percent) and just over two thirds of staff (64.1 percent) travel to and from the Geelong Waterfront Campus as the sole occupant of a car. A small proportion of staff (5.9%) and students (10.8%) take public transport to get to Deakin, and 7.6 percent of staff and 5.8 percent of students reported carpooling. Very few staff (3.4%) and students (1.6%) reported cycling to campus. More students (9.4%) reported walking to campus than staff (4.4%). The data in figure 4 indicate that travel in a single occupant motor vehicle has increased since 2009. The data also suggests that walking and cycling has decreased, however, travel by bus has increased. Similar trends are found for those who carpool. The data in figure 5 indicates that travel in a single occupant motor vehicle has remained consistent since 2009 amongst students. Walking has also increased during this time, however, bus and train travel has decreased. Cycling to campus as also remained relatively ...
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... of aeroplane travel in the past year *the data in figure 13 was based on Greenfleets Australian Tree Totaller. Note that short international trips were considerered as flights to New Zealand or Asia and long international trups were considered flights to the US or ...

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