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Analysis of Secondary Data from the American Travel Survey Conducted by the Bureau of Transportation Statistics, Washington, DC A nationwide survey of approximately 80,000 households was conducted to document domestic travel patterns of Americans for an entire year. The survey was designed to record travel involving only the travelers' destinations. The data for each state were classified into three areas: nonresidents traveling to each state, each state's residents traveling within their state, and each state's residents traveling out-of-state. The results for Montana are presented in this report, and comparisons to ITRR nonresident data are made.
American Travel Survey, Bureau of Transportation Statistics, nonresident visitors to Montana, resident travel in Montana, resident out of state travel, nonresident travel characteristics, resident travel characteristics
© 1998 ITRR
Black, Rita J., "A National Study of Domestic Travel: Results for Montana" (1998). Institute for Tourism and Recreation Research Publications. 171.