2015 Volume 11 Pages 392-410
This study aims to explore students' trip chaining within their activity decisions based on questionnaire distribution to students of Parahyangan Catholic University, Bandung, Indonesia. Besides that the findings of this study are partly consistent with earlier studies, this study also reveals a new finding. It is found that the variables of status of home ownership and number of family member living together with the students are found as general predictor variables in distinguishing travel characteristics of students. It is argued that the selection of residential location of student is influenced by the city of origin of the students, where at the end, it will influence their travel behavior.