Commuting vehicle occupancy of employed person
Status: This standard was approved as a departmental standard on June 15, 2015.
Commuting vehicle occupancy refers to the usual number of commuters in a car, truck, or van used by the person to travel to work.
Employed person refers to those who, during the reference period, had a labour force status of "employed". That is, those who, during the reference period:
(a) Did any work at all at a job or business, that is, paid work in the context of an employer-employee relationship, or self-employment. This also includes persons who did unpaid family work, which is defined as unpaid work contributing directly to the operation of a farm, business or professional practice owned and operated by a related member of the same household; or
(b) Had a job but were not at work due to factors such as their own illness or disability, personal or family responsibilities, vacation or a labour dispute. This category excludes persons not at work because they were on layoff or between casual jobs, and those who did not then have a job (even if they had a job to start at a future date).
This concept allows users to assess carpool arrangements among people using a car, truck or van to travel to work.
Conformity to relevant internationally recognized standards
There are no relevant internationally recognized standards.
- Classification of commuting vehicle occupancy June 15, 2015 to current
- Commuting vehicle occupancy of experienced labour force person
- Commuting vehicle occupancy of person with recent work experience
Relation to previous version
- Commuting vehicle occupancy of employed person June 15, 2015 to current
This standard replaces the recommended standard 'Vehicle occupancy of employed person'. The concept has been renamed "Commuting vehicle occupancy."
- Vehicle occupancy of employed person June 26, 2013 to June 14, 2015
This standard was replaced by the 'Commuting vehicle occupancy of employed person' as of June 15, 2015.
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