Towards autonomous public transportation: Attitudes and intentions of the local population

Published: 25 October 2021| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/g73pbyprm5.1
Contributor:
Carina Goldbach

Description

A stated preference survey has been employed, in order to better understand customers’ sentiments and willingness to use driverless buses. We designed the survey to give insights into the perceptions and expectations of inhabitants of a medium sized town in Germany’s Lower Rhine Region, which is on the brink of establishing an autonomous bus line. Like most survey studies on AV acceptance, we rely on a convenience sample. Due to the Covid-19 Pandemic, the questionnaire was administered online only. In total, 435 people participated. Attached you will find the survey, the codebook plus the raw data.

Files

Steps to reproduce

We use logistic regression to investigate the factors influencing the willingness to use an autonomous public bus in different scenarios. Which variables are used, can be found in an upcoming publication (Goldbach et al. - Towards autonomous public transportation: Attitudes and intentions of the local population). For questions, feel free to contact me (Orcid: 0000-0002-6076-426X).

Institutions

Hochschule Rhein-Waal

Categories

Survey, Trust, Autonomous Vehicle, Bus

License