The TTS is a voluntary household travel survey that collects information about daily travel. Survey participants are asked about each member of their household’s (11 years of age or older) travel on the previous day.
Yes, the Ontario Ministry of Transportation mailed letters to randomly selected households to invite them to participate in the survey either by telephone or online. This letter is signed by the Minister of Transportation. The survey is funded by a total of 22 local, regional, provincial and transit operating agencies.
Some households may also be contacted directly by phone without receiving an advance letter. These calls will be limited to a small proportion of households selected for the survey, primarily those that use cell phones or unlisted landlines as their primary phone. These phone numbers are selected at random.
Participation in the survey is voluntary.
The survey will collect information about your household, members of the household, and trips they made the previous weekday.
Over the phone, the interview should take about 10 minutes. The survey may be a bit longer for larger households.
Yes. Click on the Survey Login button. The survey can be accessed by entering the household’s secure access code found on the advance letter.
Yes. Surveys can be completed by phone and online in both English and French.
You can participate in three ways: