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Table 2 Multinomial logistic regression analysis for 2010 (n=23,231)

From: Cross-sectional and longitudinal analysis of the active commuting behaviors of U.S. Department of the Interior employees

   Commuting Modea  
Walk Bike Mixed-Mode
AOR p-value AOR p-value AOR p-value
Distance between home and work (miles)
  0.609 <0.001 0.824 <0.0001 1.004 0.1082
Distance between home and nearest public transit station (miles)
<0.5 Reference Reference Reference
0.5-1.0 0.582 0.003 0.639 0.002 0.688 0.001
1.0-1.5 0.551 0.018 0.518 0.002 0.593 <0.001
1.5-2.0 0.372 0.013 0.434 0.004 0.564 0.001
>2.0 1.019 0.902 0.351 <0.001 0.382 <0.001
Don't know 0.449 0.001 0.313 <0.001 0.105 <0.001
Not available 0.561 <0.001 0.360 <0.001 0.092 <0.001
Work location
 Metro Reference Reference Reference
 Non-metro 1.276 0.032 0.689 0.005 0.540 <0.001
Sex
 Female Reference Reference Reference
 Male 1.559 <0.001 3.968 <0.001 1.186 <0.001
Age (years)
 ≤30 Reference Reference Reference
 31-40 1.233 0.260 1.444 0.043 1.084 0.597
 41-50 0.972 0.873 1.092 0.632 1.099 0.513
 51-60 0.871 0.428 0.947 0.762 1.193 0.208
 ≥61 0.742 0.157 0.464 0.001 1.028 0.864
  1. Non-active commuters were respondents who chose to drive some type of vehicle (such as a car) to work for all five days of the survey
  2. Walkers were commuters that walked for at least three commute trips during the sample week
  3. Bikers were commuters that biked for at least three commute trips during the sample week
  4. Mixed-mode described commuters that walked or biked in combination with a non-active mode for at least one trip during the sample week
  5. AOR Adjusted Odds Ratio
  6. aNon-active mode was the reference category