Indicate whether the organization reports the transport used by attendees up to the event ‘access point’ by mode and distance by choosing Yes or No.
Access point in these Sector Disclosures, refers to point where the event organizer takes over control of attendees’ access to the event venue.
Attendees in these Sector Disclosures, refers to people who are present at an event, including delegates, customers, clients, audience, fans, spectators, or others present at the event.
If provided, in the comments section include the percentage breakdown of total transportation, on the basis of number of people or trips, broken down by different distance categories and by modes identified, inlcuding:
- Coach (inter-city)
- Shuttle service (e.g., from train station to event gate)
- Urban transport (inner city bus, metro, underground,
- light rail, tram)
- Taxi, auto rickshaw, bike rickshaw
- Private car (including car sharing)
- Non-automotive mode (bicycle, walking, animal)
Information for this Indicator may be found in reports from data providers, and summary reports showing transport mode breakdowns and calculations of total; from ticketing providers (for postcode data on ticket purchases, as a proxy for origin destination); from travel agents or internal staff coordinating travel requirements; local authorities or other bodies that monitor transport within the locality, region, or nation; transport providers and car park operators; surveys; registration reports.
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