# Guide to Employer Commuter Surveying

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5 Examples of survey methods that are NOT random samples include: Distributing surveys to only employees who are in one business unit or on one floor of a building Distributing surveys to 50 employees in each business unit or to 50 employees on each floor of a building Handing out surveys to people who happen to be in the cafeteria on a given day or at a staff meeting on a given day The following methods may be used to create a random sample. If you have 750 to 1,625 eligible employees: Step 1: Step 2: Step 3: Step 4: Step 5: First, create a list of all survey-eligible employees. The list can be compiled using names organized alphabetically or by social security number. Do not use arrangements such that a recognizable group is divided into standard intervals. For example, do not use an arrangement where supervisors and staff members alternate. Using the table above, determine how many eligible employees need to be surveyed. Calculate the number NOT to be surveyed by subtracting the number to be surveyed from the number of eligible employees. Calculate the correct interval for removing names. This is done by dividing the number of eligible employees by the number of employees NOT to be surveyed. Round this number up to the nearest whole number, n. Choose a starting number between 1 and n at random. For example, the numbers from 1 to n can be written on pieces of paper and put into a hat, and then one of these numbers is selected from the hat. Using the number n calculated in step 3, count off each nth employee starting at the starting number calculated in step 4, with each of the nth employees taken out of the sample. The remaining employees will be surveyed. For example, with 800 employees, a survey of 635 employees is needed, and so = 165 employees who do not need to be surveyed. Dividing 165 employees by 800 employees produces the number 4.8, which rounds up to 5. The starting number selected in step 4 might be 2, so starting from the second employee, remove every 5th employee from the list. Survey the remaining employees. If you have 1,626 or more eligible employees: Step 1: First, create a list of all survey-eligible employees. The list can be compiled using names organized alphabetically or by social security number. Do not use arrangements such that a recognizable group is divided into standard intervals. For example, do not use an arrangement where supervisors and staff members alternate. 5

6 Step 2: Step 3: Step 4: Step 5: Using the table above, determine how many eligible employees need to be surveyed. Calculate the correct sampling interval. This is done by dividing the number of eligible employees by the number of employees who must be surveyed (as indicated in the above table). Round this number down to the nearest whole number, n. Choose a starting number between 1 and n at random. For example, the numbers from 1 to n can be written on pieces of paper and put into a hat, and then one of these numbers is selected from the hat. Using the number n calculated in step 3, count off each nth employee starting at the starting number calculated in step 4, with each of the nth employees selected to be surveyed. For example, if the employer has 2,000 eligible employees, the table says that 885 employees should be surveyed. The result of step 3 produces the number 2.26, which rounds down to 2. The starting number selected in step 4 might be 2. This means that every second employee in the employee list, starting with the second employee, should be selected for surveying. Because of the rounding down of the sampling interval, this method can produce random samples of more employees than the minimum required. If the employee list is organized by a factor expected to be unrelated to potential commuting patterns, such as an arrangement by social security number, then you can stop selecting employees from the list once you have the desired minimum sample size. On the other hand, if the list is organized by a factor that might be related to potential commuting patterns (such as by job type), you should continue selecting employees until you reach the end of the list in order to avoid having a biased sample. Q. What should I consider in informing employees of the survey and distributing it? A. Including a cover memo or letter that describes the survey and its purpose is essential. The memo or letter should emphasize why it is important that the survey be completed. For example, you might explain to employees that the information collected will help you better tailor your commuter benefits to employee needs and/or manage your program better. Special arrangements may have to be made to distribute and collect surveys from employees who work during off-hours, telecommute, or work part time. Also note that while you may consolidate the design and distribution of the survey, you must report your results separately for each registered worksite. Q: How many surveys do I need to receive back? A: You must try to receive a targeted percent of surveys for your results to be valid. The target percent applies to the number of surveys that are distributed, whether or not all employees are surveyed or a sample is used. 6

7 For employers with 300 or more eligible employees: A 70 percent or greater response rate from the survey should be achieved. Employers in states and localities with trip reduction ordinances have found a 70 percent response rate attainable, and this level is needed to ensure confidence in the results. For employers with fewer than 300 eligible employees: The target response rate depends on the number of employees, as shown in the table below: Number of Eligible Employees Target Response Rate (%) 99 or fewer The target response rate is higher for smaller employers in order to ensure the same level of statistical confidence among all employer size groups. A high response rate is often easiest for smaller employers since individual follow-ups with employees can be made. Q: How do I collect employee surveys and contact non-respondents? A: Employees should submit their completed surveys to a designated location or person by a specified deadline. One week after the surveys have been distributed (if sent out to individuals), determine how many have been returned. Normally, response drops off dramatically after one week. All non-responders should be reminded to submit the survey through a general notice to all survey recipients. Another copy of the survey may also be distributed in case the employee has misplaced the original survey. Tips for achieving a high response rate include: Include a due date on the survey form Let employees know why they are being surveyed and why it is important to the organization Provide incentives for returning the survey, such as small gift items, such as mugs, magnets, or T-shirts, or coupons for discounts on local goods or services Develop a contest where employees who return surveys can win gift certificates, transit passes, restaurant meals, or other prizes Q: How do I compile the results of the employee survey? A: Once you have collected the surveys, the next step is to tally the numbers from the employee surveys by category and by worksite. Please take care to include all of the collected responses in your totals. 7

8 Q: Whom can I contact for assistance with surveying employees? A: Your organization may be able to seek assistance from regional rideshare organizations, transportation management organizations, or outside contractors to provide assistance in either customizing or conducting your employee surveys. Visit to locate a transportation demand management organization in your community. There are a number of on-line survey tools and sample size calculators available on the web (obviously, EPA makes no warranty as to their efficacy). Additionally, BWC has an on-line survey tool that can be made available to BWC employers. 8

9 Sample Employee Commuter Survey Worksite: Date: How did you get to work last week? Please complete the following chart using these steps: 1. Mark one box next to the mode of transportation you used to get to work each day last week. 2. Total the number of times you used this mode of transportation during that week, and write the number under the Total column. If there were some days you did not go to your regular worksite last week, mark the appropriate box under the Did not commute heading. If you are part-time, check Not a work day on days you are not scheduled to work If you used more than one mode, mark the choice that made up the majority of your travel distance M T W T F S S Total MODE OF TRANSPORTATION Drove alone 2 person carpool 3+ person carpool Vanpool (6 or more occupants per vehicle) Public transit (bus, rail, ferry, etc.) Also check (if applicable) Also check here if you drove and parked as part of your commute (e.g., used park-andride lot) Bicycled Walked Other (taxi, motorcycle, etc.) M T W T F S S Total DID NOT COMMUTE TO WORKSITE Flex time / compressed day off Telecommuted from home Drove to a telework center Went to a telework center without driving (bicycled, walked, took transit, etc.) No commute (vacation, sick, business travel, not a work day, etc.) 9

10 Employee Survey Summary Conducting an employee survey before you initiate a commuter benefits program can provide a useful baseline by which to measure the success of your program. To tally the number of trips for the transportation modes below, follow these steps: 1. Tally the responses from the Employee Survey forms for each mode used by your employees. 2. Enter the totals in the Number of Trips column next to their corresponding modes. Drove alone 2 person carpool Transportation Mode Number of Trips 3 + person carpool Vanpool (6 or more occupants per vehicle) Public transit (bus, rail, ferry, etc) Park & ride as part of commute Bicycled Walked Other (taxi, motorcycle, etc.) Did not commute to Worksite Flex time/ compressed workweek day off Telecommuted from home Drove to a telework center Went to a telework center without driving (bicycled, walked, took transit, etc) No commute (vacation, sick, business travel, not a workday, etc) 10

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