Select from the following characteristics, organized by categories, to generate a simple summary table.

Click 'Download Data' to download tabular data after the table has been generated.




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The Margin of Error is calculated for a 90% confidence interval. As a rule of thumb, you should have a sample count of 30 or more for any given statistic to feel comfortable with it. Statistics with less than 30 will be greyed out in the one-way table.







Select from the following characteristics, organized by categories, to generate two-way tables.

Tables may be summarized by sample counts, or by share or weighted totals, with and without margins of error.

Click 'Download Data' to download tabular data for all summary types after the cross-tabulation has been generated.

First Variable (Crosstab rows)

Second Variable (Crosstab columns)



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The Margin of Error is calculated for a 90% confidence interval. As a rule of thumb, you should have a sample count of 30 or more for any given statistic to feel comfortable with it. Statistics with less than 30 will be greyed out in the two-way tables.

Data Source


How Are Survey Results Used?

The surveys help the Puget Sound Regional Council and communities throughout the region plan transportation improvements. For example, what role can transit, biking and walking play in improving regional mobility? Having a complete picture of travel patterns helps produce better plans for the future.

About the Survey Program

The 2017 and 2019 household travel surveys are part of a six-year survey program for three waves (two-year survey cycles). This effort builds upon the 2014 and 2006 household travel surveys to continue to support a wide variety of agency and member data and analysis needs. The 2019 survey was completed in June 2019, and the final wave is planned for 2021, depending on funding.