Survey: The Impact of Covid-19 on Travel

Details from University of Sydney – Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies:

This survey relates to the impact that Covid-19 is having on your travel activity. This is a rare opportunity to study something like this. Any insights we can gain from this situation will be extremely useful in responding to the current outbreak, but also planning for the future.

We would very much appreciate you helping us to understand the impact and to answer a few questions:

The survey should take no longer than 10 minutes.
The survey is best completed on a PC / notebook / tablet.
All responses are anonymous and the data is strictly confidential.

Participating in this study is completely voluntary. If you decide to take part in the study and then change your mind later, you are free to withdraw at any time. You can do this by exiting the survey at any time; there are no consequences for failing to complete the study.

Link to Survey
Open until 14th April 2020

We recognise that the Covid-19 outbreak can be a distressing time for many. For up to date information about Covid-19 we encourage you to visit

Please remember that you can leave the survey at any time, however if you are distressed, or if distress is caused by any of these questions then the following organisation offer services free of charge:

Beyond Blue ( or 1300 224 636)
Lifeline ( or 13 11 14)
Head to Health (
Headspace ( for those aged 18 to 25 years)

Research involving humans in Australia is reviewed by an independent group of people called a Human Research Ethics Committee (HREC).
The ethical aspects of this study have been approved by the HREC of the University of Sydney #2015/307.

As part of this process, we have agreed to carry out the study according to the National Statement on Ethical Conduct in Human Research (2007).
This statement has been developed to protect people who agree to take part in research studies.

We appreciate your valuable input.

Professor David Hensher
Director, Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies
The University of Sydney Business School