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Table 1 Summary of included study characteristics

From: Efficacy of behavioural interventions for transport behaviour change: systematic review, meta-analysis and intervention coding

  Participants 1 Participants 2 Intervention Comparator intervention Primary outcomes 4 Study design
Aittasalo 2012 [27] 241 Intervention: 71% female, 44 years Behavioural None or minimal Duration RCT
Control: 66% female, 45 years Non-car
Armitage 2011 [28] 701 56% Female Behavioural None or minimal Frequency car RCT
20-64 years
Bamberg 2006 [29] 241 47% Female Behavioural & Structural None or minimal Proportion RCT
Mean 29 years Car and Non-car
Bamberg 2013 [30]   72% Female Behavioural None or minimal Proportion RCT
Mean 36 years    Car and Non-car
Ben-Elia 2011 [31] 341 Intervention: Behavioural Alternative Proportion CBA
26% Female mean 45 years Non-car
Alternative:
40% Female mean 41 years
Eriksson 2008 [32] 1843 Intervention: Behavioural None or minimal Frequency car RCT
52% Female mean 53 years  
Control:
46% Female mean 53 years
Fujii 2005 [33] 292 Unknown Behavioural Alternative Frequency car CBA
Garvill 2003 [34] 3723 51% Female Behavioural None or minimal Frequency car CRCT
Mean 44 years
Jakobsson 2002 [35] 1823 Mean ages 42–51 years Behavioural None or minimal Frequency and Distance car CRCT
Matthies 2006 [36] 578 38% Female Behavioural None or minimal Try-out RCT
Mean 45 years Non-car
Mutrie 2002 [37] 295 64% Female Behavioural None or minimal Duration RCT
Mean 38 years Non-car
Tertoolen 1998 [38] 350 Unknown Behavioural None or minimal Distance car RCT
Thøgersen 2008 [39] 1071 Unknown Behavioural Alternative Frequency Non-car CBA
  1. 1Number of participants at randomisation.
  2. 2Participant characteristics.
  3. 3Estimated based on number of households, assuming 2 adults per household participated.
  4. 4All continuous measures except for the Matthies Try-out assessment which is dichotomous.