, Pouvez-vous me décrire les déplacements que vous avez effectués cette semaine que ce soit pour le travail, pour les loisirs, pour la famille, ou pour tout autre motif ? Les questions suivantes ne seront posées que si la personne interrogée n

, Pouvez-vous me décrire votre déplacement domicile-travail en particulier ?

, Est-ce un mode de déplacement régulier ? Si non, quel est votre mode de déplacement régulier ? Si oui, depuis quand est-il régulier ? Quel était votre mode de déplacement auparavant ? Pourquoi avez-vous changé ?

, Qu'avez-vous fait ce week-end ? Comment vous êtes-vous déplacé ? Avez-vous conduit ou pris le train ?

, Quels sont selon vous les avantages et inconvénients du (des) mode(s) de déplacement que vous utilisez ?

, Pouvez-vous me décrire les raisons qui vous poussent à choisir ce mode de déplacement ?

, Avez-vous un abonnement de train, de TCU ou de péage ? Questions pour les personnes qui ne mentionnent pas le train

. Avez-vous-déjà-pris-le-train-?-si and . Oui, pour quels types de trajets prenez-vous le train ? Quels sont les atouts du train selon vous ? Si non, pourquoi ne prenez-vous pas le train ? Quels sont les limites du train selon vous ?

B. , Temps 2 -Travail sur un trajet particulier et le choix modal sur ce trajet Vous m'avez indiqué avoir réalisé un trajet entre, Pour cela, vous avez choisi d'utiliser

, Pouvez-vous dessiner votre parcours sur cette feuille ? Voulez-vous y ajouter des détails ? 2. Combien payez-vous votre trajet ? Y a-t-il une prise en charge par un tiers ? Appendices 3. A quelle fréquence faites-vous ce trajet ? 4. Pendant ce déplacement, quelles activités particulières avez-vous eu ?

, En général, sur ce trajet, voyagez-vous seul ou accompagné(e) ?

, Comment qualifieriez-vous le temps de trajet ? Vous a-t

, A quelles conditions est-ce que vous utiliseriez un autre moyen de transport ? Pourquoi ne prenez-vous pas le train, bus, tram, vélo pour ce trajet ? Avez-vous déjà essayé de prendre un autre mode de transport ? Que faudrait-il modifier pour que vous preniez le train ou un autre mode de transport ?

, S'il n'était plus possible de venir en voiture/train/bus, quelle attitude adopteriez-vous ? Abandon du trajet ? Changement de trajet ? Autre mode de transport ?

, Pour faire ce trajet, vous pourriez également prendre le train/le bus/la voiture. Pouvez-vous m'indiquer pourquoi est-ce que vous ne le prenez pas ?, Si énonce des raisons qui peuvent être contrées, essayer de les contrer et de voir si d'autres raisons émergent

, A destination, avez-vous des contraintes horaires ? Pour le travail, est-ce que vous pointez ? Avezvous la possibilité de faire du télé-travail ? Avez-vous des contraintes horaires le soir

, Devez-vous transporter des choses quand vous allez au travail ? 12. Pour ce trajet précis, pouvez-vous me préciser les raisons qui vous ont poussé à utiliser votre voiture

B. , 3 Temps 3 -Travail sur des adjectifs, descriptions

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