Table A14. Problems experienced for local travel

Table A14. Problems experienced for local travel

(weighted percent, standard error, sample size)

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  Disabled Non-disabled
<25 25-64 65+ <25 25-64 65+
As a walker 44.499 56.623 30.739 30.669 43.436 21.966
6.700 3.684 3.703 2.384 2.065 3.470
74 266 101 154 402 49
As a cyclist 27.655 51.315 34.309 27.530 46.592 24.956
4.533 7.147 9.613 2.688 2.563 7.497
50 60 9 119 192 10
At bus stops 35.948 46.340 33.706 32.274 38.191 13.999
9.865 6.137 10.271 4.993 4.696 6.588
18 58 11 35 63 4
On a bus 32.512 31.310 32.871 20.790 26.184 9.391
8.860 5.420 8.702 4.526 4.010 5.550
14 42 11 25 42 3
At subway stations 39.603 39.016 6.499 23.815 47.098 22.063
18.011 7.991 5.906 6.090 4.874 10.453
6 28 1 18 74 3
On subway trains 53.197 29.144 13.568 18.239 30.597 11.942
18.662 6.050 8.858 5.545 4.485 7.455
8 23 2 13 51 2
Using paratransit 16.301 35.468 22.940 0 48.637 0
10.313 8.443 8.119 0 22.398 0
2 20 11 0 2 0

NOTE: Each table contains the weighted percent or weighted mean, the standard error, and the sample size. Estimates must be based on a sample > 30 and the coefficient of variation should be less than 30 percent. Samples smaller than 30 are shaded and cells with a coefficient of variation greater than 30 percent are italicized. Individual significance tests were conducted comparing the elderly with disabilities to 1. Persons with disabilities aged 25-64, 2. Persons with disabilities < 25 years and 3. Persons without disabilities aged 65 years and older. Significant differences at p < .05 are in bold.

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Transportation, Bureau of Transportation Statistics, 2002 National Transportation Availability and Use Survey