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Table 2 Intercept survey sample demographic characteristics and travel to trail by user type

From: Closing the loop: short term impacts on physical activity of the completion of a loop trail in Sydney, Australia

  Pedestrian (n = 172) Cyclist (n = 77) All (n = 249)
Gender % frequency % frequency % frequency
Male 39.0 67 61.0 47 45.6 114
Female 61.1 105 39.0 30 54.4 135
Age
 18–24 2.9 5 1.3 1 2.4 7
 25–34 10.5 18 18.2 14 12.8 32
 35–44 22.7 39 33.8 26 26.0 65
 45–54 26.2 45 28.6 22 26.8 67
 55–64 21.5 37 10.4 8 18.0 45
 65+ 16.3 28 7.8 6 13.6 34
Group size (adults + children)
 1 (adult only) 25.0 43 24.7 19 24.9 62
 2 50.6 87 40.3 31 47.6 119
 3 12.2 21 19.5 15 14.4 36
 4 10.5 18 11.7 9 10.8 27
 5 1.7 3 3.9 3 2.4 6
Residence
 Elanora Heights/Narrabeen, Collaroy, Cromer/Dee Why 54.4 93 38.2 29 49.2 122
 Other SHOROC* 35.1 60 51.3 39 40.3 100
 Not SHOROC* 10.5 18 10.5 8 10.5 26
How travelled to trail
 Car 71.5 123 52.0 40 65.6 163
 Walking only 25.6 44 1.3 1 18 45
 Cycling only 0.6 1 45.5 35 14.4 36
 Public transport 1.2 2 0 0 0.8 2
 Other 1.2 2 0 1 1.2 3
Time taken to travel to trail
 0–5 min 40.4 69 32.9 25 38.1 94
 6–10 min 25.7 44 19.7 15 23.9 59
 11–20 min 20.5 35 26.3 20 22.3 55
 21–30 min 6.4 11 11.8 9 8.1 20
 31+ mins 7.0 12 9.2 7 7.7 19
  1. *Shore Regional Organisation of Councils including Pittwater, Warringah, Manly and Mosman Councils