The extraction of trap-limited mobility information using photoconductivity relaxation dynamics in thin-film amorphous semiconductors is evaluated. Simulated photoconductivity dynamics suggest that free carrier decay is characterised by a spectrum of recombination lifetimes, where the spectra are sensitive to the underlying distribution of shallow trap densities and the experimental photoconductivity generation conditions employed. Weighted averaging of the spectral lifetimes is found to return trap-limited lifetime estimates which agree to within 5% of the lifetime values expected from free-to-trapped carrier ratios established under steady-state photoconductivity conditions. The averaged spectral lifetimes may consequently be used with mobility-lifetime magnitudes to determine the associated trap-limited mobility. The analysis procedure is evaluated using photoconductivity data obtained from a set of a-Si:H films deposited over a range of substrate temperatures.