ness, consistency across modes, and appropriate reporting frequency and gave suggestions about how these issues might be addressed.

In addition to the three subgroups, Diane Herz from the Bureau of Labor Statistics also gave a presentation at the workshop. She discussed the American Time-Use Survey as it specifically relates to transportation statistics. She presented potential transportation statistics that could be gleaned from the survey, such as the purpose of trips and the time spent traveling. Appendix A is a summary of her presentation.

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