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Table 4 Interactions of the individual and environmental factors for commuting physical activity among employed Finns

From: The contribution of travel-related urban zones, cycling and pedestrian networks and green space to commuting physical activity among adults – a cross-sectional population-based study using geographical information systems

  Commuting physical activity
  OR p-value
agegroup of 45–54 * pedestrian zone of sub centre 0.30 <0.10
women * public transport zone 1.62 <0.05
women * proportion of cycling and pedestrian lanes more than 50 % 1.77 <0.10
leisure-time physical activity * proportion of green space is 25–49.9 % 1.53 <0.10
travel-related urban zones*proportion of green space % - ns
travel-related urban zones*cycling and pedestrian network - ns
proportion of green space * cycling and pedestrian network - ns
  1. Survey logistic regression, odds ratios (OR) and p-value for statistical sigfinicance (p-value < 0.10)
  2. a: The main travel-related urban zone around 500-metre buffer from home location, Travel-related urban zones 2010
  3. b: Proportion of cycling and pedestrian lanes from all roads around 500-metre buffer from home location, Digiroad 2014
  4. c: Proportion (%) of green space (min 1.5 ha) around 500-metre buffer from home location, Corine Land Cover 2006
  5. *: interaction between the examined variables