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Table 1 Descriptive statistics on the 2,178 individuals included in the study

From: Walkability parameters, active transportation and objective physical activity: moderating and mediating effects of motor vehicle ownership in a cross-sectional study

  Median or percent Interquartile range Min; max
Residential density (residential units x 10-4/km2) 0.23 0.14; 0.43 0.06; 1.77
Street connectivity (intersections/km2) 86.4 73.4; 102.1 30.5; 155.3
Land use mix (HHI x 10-4 x (−1))a −0.76 −0.86; -0.36 −0.98; -0.24
Age:    
20–30 11%   
31–40 21%   
41–50 28%   
51–66 40%   
Gender ( females) 55%   
Income:    
Low 19%   
Middle 56%   
High 25%   
Marital status (married/cohabiting) 75%   
Vehicle ownership:    
0 18%   
1 48%   
≥2 34%   
Moderate to vigorous physical activity (min/day) 41.3 27.1; 57.9 0.1; 183.7
Walking for active transportation (min/week) 125 30; 300 0; 1260
Cycling for active transportation (min/week)b 0 0; 20 0; 1260
  1. aIn this study, a higher Herfindahl-Hirschman Index correspond to a higher level of land use mix.
  2. bObservations collected between April and October (n=906).