Table A18. Problems experienced with long distance travel

Table A18. Problems experienced with long distance travel

(weighted percent, standard error, sample size)

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Days leave home per week Disabled Non-disabled
<25 25-64 65+ <25 25-64 65+
At airports 37.423 59.566 49.842 32.217 52.451 41.788
10.406 6.077 5.665 3.456 2.624 5.377
21 119 65 64 312 45
On Airplanes 36.772 34.207 28.632 15.985 27.946 23.929
10.970 5.509 5.045 3.018 2.162 5.070
15 64 32 36 164 21
At intercity bus stations 85.316 56.256 16.853 7.394 28.295 4.346
56.670 13.214 12.860 5.522 10.478 4.771
2 12 2 4 7 1
On buses 85.316 44.872 0 16.356 29.042 21.496
56.670 13.184 0 13.092 9.640 14.440
2 10 0 3 9 2
At train stations 18.680 24.958 22.997 36.335 31.782 24.521
16.289 9.691 8.930 13.977 7.338 25.873
2 9 5 7 18 1
On trains 4.529 15.441 11.810 20.844 35.281 58.383
4.846 7.033 6.237 14.515 6.835 24.252
1 6 3 4 20 3

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