Blumenberg, Evelyn, Moira Donahue, Susan L. Handy, Kristin Lovejoy, Caroline J. Rodier, Susan A. Shaheen, Jamey Volker (2007) Travel of Diverse Populations: Literature Review. Institute of Transportation Studies, University of California, Davis, Research Report UCD-ITS-RR-07-35
To answer that question, planners need a better understanding of the travel behavior of diverse demographic groups within the state. As a part of a larger project studying the needs, constraints, attitudes, and preferences that influence travel choices and the outcomes of those travel choices among diverse groups in California, this report provides a review of existing literature on the travel behavior among specific demographic groups. In particular, this report provides a review of what is currently known about the travel patterns and transportation needs of the following five demographic groups, nationwide and in California: immigrants, racial and ethnic groups (Blacks, Asians, and Hispanics), Native Americans, elderly, and youth.