Effect of a Gasoline Shortage on Acceptability of Modes for the Urban Grocery Shopping Trip

Lidia P. Kostyniuk
Wilfred W. Recker

DOI: 10.2190/JDY8-4FTK-PN54-G445


Differences in perceived acceptabilities of modes for the urban grocery shopping trip brought about by imposing a constraint on the availability of gasoline are examined. Uni-dimensional attitudinal scaling results show that such differences exist and vary over segments of the population.

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