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Table 1 Distribution of audited segments and census blocks across LRT corridors, super neighborhoodsa, and LRT stations. Houston TRAIN Study, 2014

From: Foot-based audit of streets adjacent to new light rail stations in Houston, Texas: measurement of health-related characteristics of the built environment for physical activity research

LRT Corridors Super neighborhoodsa Stations
  Segment Block Name Segment Block Name Segment Block
N (%) N (%) N (%) N (%) N (%) N (%)
North 242 (41.0) 85 (39.0) Northside/Northline 28 (4.7) 8 (3.7) Northline 28 (4.7) 8 (3.7)
Northside Village 214 (36.3) 77 (35.3) Melbourne 26 (4.4) 9 (4.1)
Lindale Park 34 (5.8) 12 (5.5)
Cavalcade 36 (6.1) 13 (6.0)
Moody Park 33 (5.6) 13 (6.0)
Fulton 26 (4.4) 10 (4.6)
Quitman 32 (5.4) 10 (4.6)
Burnett 27 (4.6) 10 (4.6)
East End 114 (19.3) 45 (20.6) Magnolia Park 36 (6.1) 14 (6.4) Magnolia 11 (1.9) 4 (1.8)
Cesar Chavez 25 (4.2) 10 (4.6)
Second Ward 78 (13.2) 31 (14.2) Altic 22 (3.7) 8 (3.7)
Lockwood 25 (4.2) 11 (5.0)
York 31 (5.3) 12 (5.5)
Southeast 234 (39.7) 88 (40.4) OST / South Union 60 (10.2) 24 (11) Palm Center 35 (5.9) 13 (6.0)
MacGregor 25 (4.2) 11 (5.0)
Greater Third Ward 42 (7.1) 16 (7.3) East University 20 (3.4) 9 (4.1)
Elgin 22 (3.7) 7 (3.2)
Greater Eastwood 14 (2.4) 4 (1.8) Leeland 14 (2.4) 4 (1.8)
Downtown 118 (20.0) 44 (20.2) Bastrop 29 (4.9) 10 (4.6)
Crawford 29 (4.9) 11 (5.0)
Fannin 31 (5.3) 12 (5.5)
Smith 29 (4.9) 11 (5.0)
  1. Abbreviations: LRT Light Rail Transit, TRAIN Travel Related Activity in Neighborhoods
  2. aA super neighborhood is a geographically designated area that contains contiguous communities that share common physical characteristics, identity or infrastructure. These are City of Houston signature “neighborhoods”
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