INTERACT Data Dictionary

Eligibility questionnaire

Eligibility questionnaires are designed to screen potential participants and verify that they meet the study requirements in terms of age and residential location.

VariableTitle [en]Subtitle [en]VicVanMtlSktVicVanMtlSktVicVanMtlSktVicVanMtlSktVicVanMtlSkt
-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1
-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1
-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1
What is your postal code?-1-121-122-1-1-122-1-13-1-133
-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1
Have you moved since we last surveyed you in **Date_of_Previous_Data_Collection_Wave**?1112
Have you moved since we last surveyed you in **Date_of_Previous_Data_Collection_Wave**?1121
Do you live in the Capital Regional District?32222
Please select the type of participation you would like to provide.77784334777833446889
Do you bicycle in the City of Victoria at least once in a typical month?543
What is your birthdate?11121111131
Do you ride the bus in the City of Saskatoon at least once in a typical month? (If you don't ride the bus in the summer, but ride at least once a month in the other months, please answer yes.)346
How do you describe yourself?2
How do you describe yourself?Male2
How do you describe yourself?Female2
How do you describe yourself?Trans2
How do you describe yourself?Other2
How did you hear about the INTERACT study?666677
How did you hear about the INTERACT study?778
How did you hear about the INTERACT study?Please specify:778
How did you hear about the INTERACT study?Please specify:666677
How did you hear about the INTERACT study? (Choose all that apply)365
How did you hear about the INTERACT study? (Choose all that apply)Poster or flyer365
How did you hear about the INTERACT study? (Choose all that apply)Referral from a friend or family member365
How did you hear about the INTERACT study? (Choose all that apply)Social Media (Facebook, Twitter, etc.)365
How did you hear about the INTERACT study? (Choose all that apply)Met with study team at a community event (festival, Bike to Work Week)365
How did you hear about the INTERACT study? (Choose all that apply)Handed information while bicycling365
How did you hear about the INTERACT study? (Choose all that apply)Website365
How did you hear about the INTERACT study? (Choose all that apply)Other (please explain)365
How did you hear about the INTERACT study? (Choose all that apply)365
Do you read and write English well enough to answer a 20-minute survey?655455564667
Do you leave your home at least once in a typical week?44445555
Do you plan to move out of the Montreal region within the next 2 years?334
Do you plan to move out of Saskatoon within the next 2 years?634
Do you plan to move out of your neighbourhood within the next 2 years?33
Do you plan to move out of the Capital Regional District within the next 2 years?43
-1-1-1-1-1
Do you live in Saskatoon?532
What are the first three digits of your postal code?2223
-1-1-1
How old are you?222
How did you hear about the INTERACT study?Please name the person who referred you:77
Thank you for accepting to take part in this study!Which e-gift card would you prefer?510
How did you hear about the INTERACT study?Please name the person who referred you:8
Do you plan to move out of the City of Vancouver within the next 2 years?4

Health questionnaire

A series of questions appear across sites and make up the core INTERACT Health Questionnaire. They focus on INTERACT's key health outcomes: physical activity, social participation, and well-being. The core questionnaire also includes questions on socio-demographic data, general health, use of activity monitors, housing type, and neighbourhood.

In addition to core questions, site-specific questions are adapted to the intervention studied. To view all questions asked in a city, sort questions by clicking on the arrow to the right of the city name in the data dictionary.

VariableDomainTitle [en]Subtitle [en]VicVanMtlSktVicVanMtlSktVicVanMtlSktVicVanMtlSktVicVanMtlSkt
-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1
Demographics-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1
-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1
-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1
CoreWell-beingSubjective Happiness Scale-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1
-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1
CoreWell-beingPersonal Wellbeing Index (PWI) Scale-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1
CoreGeneral healthSF-12 mental component summary (MCS-12)-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1
CoreGeneral healthSF-12 physical component summary (PCS-12)-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1
CoreSocial participationSocial interactions with neighbors-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1
CoreSocial participationNeighborhood social trust and cohesion-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1
CoreSocial participationTalking to neighbors-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1
-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1
Transportation | BikeHow many bicycles for adults are kept in your household?a. Number of bicycles for adults11111
Transportation | BikeHow many bicycles for adults are kept in your household?b. Number of bicycles for children11111
Transportation | BikeHow often do you typically travel by bicycle during each season?a. Fall363636
Transportation | BikeHow often do you typically travel by bicycle during each season?b. Winter363636
Transportation | BikeHow often do you typically travel by bicycle during each season?c. Spring363636
Transportation | BikeHow often do you typically travel by bicycle during each season?d. Summer36363
Transportation | BikeOn a scale of 1 to 5, with 1 being ‘very safe’ and 5 being ‘very dangerous’, overall, how safe do you think cycling is in your city?25262632914283291428
Transportation | BikeHow often did you typically travel by bicycle during each of the previous seasons?a. Summer 202044
Transportation | BikeHow often did you typically travel by bicycle during each of the previous seasons?b. Fall 202044
Transportation | BikeHow often did you typically travel by bicycle during each of the previous seasons?c. Winter 2020/202144
Transportation | BikeHow often did you typically travel by bicycle during each of the previous seasons?d. Spring 202144
Transportation | BikeHow often are your cycling trips made with children?44455
Transportation | BikeDo you currently use any of the following roads when you bike in Victoria?a. Cook Street or Fifth Street55566
Transportation | BikeDo you currently use any of the following roads when you bike in Victoria?b. Fairfield Road or Humboldt Street55566
Transportation | BikeDo you currently use any of the following roads when you bike in Victoria?c. Fort Street55566
Transportation | BikeDo you currently use any of the following roads when you bike in Victoria?d. Government Street55566
Transportation | BikeDo you currently use any of the following roads when you bike in Victoria?e. Haultain Street or Kings Road55566
Transportation | BikeDo you currently use any of the following roads when you bike in Victoria?f. Pandora Avenue55566
Transportation | BikeDo you currently use any of the following roads when you bike in Victoria?g. Shelbourne Street or Begbie Street55566
Transportation | BikeDo you currently use any of the following roads when you bike in Victoria?h. Harbour Road, Wharf Street, or Belleville Street55566
Transportation | BikeDo you currently use any of the following roads when you bike in Victoria?i. Galloping Goose Trail or the E and N Trail55566
Transportation | BikeDo you currently use any of the following roads when you bike in Victoria?j. Vancouver Street5566
Transportation | BikeDo you currently use any of the following roads when you bike in Victoria?k. Dallas Road5566
Transportation | BikeHow much would you agree with the following statement: "I would like to travel by bicycle more than I do now".66677
Transportation | BikeHow comfortable would you feel biking in the following places?a. A path or trail separate from the street?77788
Transportation | BikeHow comfortable would you feel biking in the following places?b. A quiet, residential street with traffic speeds of 30-40 km per hour?77788
Transportation | BikeHow comfortable would you feel biking in the following places?c. A quiet residential street, with a 30 km per hour speed limit, bicycle route markings, wide speed bumps, and other things that slow down and discourage car traffic?77788
Transportation | BikeHow comfortable would you feel biking in the following places?d. A major urban or suburban street with four lanes, on-street parking, traffic speeds of 50-60 km per hour, and no bike lane?77788
Transportation | BikeHow comfortable would you feel biking in the following places?e. A major urban or suburban street with four lanes, on-street parking, traffic speeds of 50-60 km per hour, but with a striped bike lane added?77788
Transportation | BikeHow comfortable would you feel biking in the following places?f. A major urban or suburban street with four lanes, on-street parking, traffic speeds of 50-60 km per hour, but with a wide bike lane physically separated from traffic by a raised curb, planters, or parked cars?77788
Transportation | AAAHave you ever heard of the All Ages and Abilities (AAA) Network (formerly known as Biketoria)?88899
Transportation | AAADo you think that the All Ages and Abilities (AAA) Network is a good or bad idea for Victoria? Do you think it is a...9991010
Transportation | AAAWill you be likely to cycle more in the future once the All Ages and Abilities (AAA) Network is built?1010101111
TransportationDo you currently have a valid driver’s license?1112161112161112161212
TransportationDo you have access to a car?1231712417124171326112513261125
TransportationHow many cars, trucks, or vans are kept in your household?1310191310191310191414
TransportationHow much do you enjoy using each transportation mode?a. Walking1422014141515
TransportationHow much do you enjoy using each transportation mode?b. Biking1422014220142201528132715281327
TransportationHow much do you enjoy using each transportation mode?c. Public Transit1422014220142201528132715281327
TransportationHow much do you enjoy using each transportation mode?d. Car1422014220142201528132715281327
TransportationHow much do you enjoy using each transportation mode?e. Motorcycle or scooter1422014220142201515
TransportationHow much do you enjoy using each transportation mode?f. Other (Please specify)1422014220142201528132715281327
TransportationHow much do you enjoy using each transportation mode?f. Other (Please specify)1422014220142201528132715281327
Transportation | CarWhich car share services are you a member of?Car2Go151616
Transportation | CarWhich car share services are you a member of?ZipCar151616
Transportation | BikeEven if you do not personally use this mode of transportation, do you find cycling in your city to be…a. Safe?21521521616
Transportation | BikeEven if you do not personally use this mode of transportation, do you find cycling in your city to be…b. Reliable?21521521616
Transportation | BikeEven if you do not personally use this mode of transportation, do you find cycling in your city to be…c. Practical?21521521616
Transportation | BikeEven if you do not personally use this mode of transportation, do you find cycling in your city to be…d. Enjoyable?21521521616
Transportation | BikeEven if you do not personally use this mode of transportation, do you find cycling in your city to be…e. Affordable?21521521616
Transportation | CarWhich car share services are you a member of?1516161717
Transportation | CarWhich car share services are you a member of?Modo1516161717
Transportation | CarWhich car share services are you a member of?Other (please specify)1516161717
Transportation | CarWhich car share services are you a member of?None1516161717
Transportation | CarWhich car share services are you a member of?1516161717
Transportation | BikeAre you a member of a bike advocacy group (e.g., Greater Victoria Cycling Coalition)?1617171818
Transportation | BikeDo you ride with a recreational cycling group or club (e.g., Tripleshot, TriStars)?1718181919
CoreHousingThinking about where you live now, are you …1876676019849489198495902051605020516050
CoreHousingThinking about where you live now, are you …Please specify:1876676019849489198495902051605020516050
CoreHousingIn what type of dwelling do you currently live? Is it…1977686120859590208596912152645121526451
CoreHousingIn what type of dwelling do you currently live? Is it…1977686120859590208596912152645121526451
CorePhysical activityDuring the last 7 days, on how many days did you do vigorous physical activities like heavy lifting, digging, heavy construction, or climbing up stairs as part of your work? Think about only those physical activities that you did for at least 10 minutes at a time.2019142121211422212114222222
CorePhysical activityHow much time did you usually spend on one of those days doing vigorous physical activities as part of your work?2120152222221523222215232323
CorePhysical activityDuring the last 7 days, on how many days did you travel in a motor vehicle like a train, bus, car, or metro?2223182523231626232316262433243224332432
CorePhysical activityHow much time did you usually spend on one of those days travelling in a train, bus, car, metro, or other kind of motor vehicle?2324192624241727242417272533243225332432
CorePhysical activityDuring the last 7 days, on how many days did you bicycle for at least 10 minutes at a time to go from place to place?2425202725251828252518282634253326342533
CorePhysical activityHow much time did you usually spend on one of those days to bicycle from place to place?2526212826261929262619292734253327342533
CorePhysical activityDuring the last 7 days, on how many days did you walk for at least 10 minutes at a time to go from place to place?2627222927272030272720302835263428352634
CorePhysical activityHow much time did you usually spend on one of those days walking from place to place?2728233028282131282821312935263429352634
CorePhysical activityNot counting any walking for transportation that you have already mentioned, during the last 7 days, on how many days did you walk for at least 10 minutes at a time in your leisure time?2829243129292232292922323030
CorePhysical activityHow much time did you usually spend on one of those days walking in your leisure time?2930253230302333303023333131
CorePhysical activityThink about only those physical activities that you did for at least 10 minutes at a time, not counting any activity for transportation or work that you have already mentioned. During the last 7 days, on how many days did you do vigorous physical activities like aerobics, running, fast bicycling, or fast swimming in your leisure time?3031263331312434313124343232
CorePhysical activityHow much time did you usually spend on one of those days doing vigorous physical activities in your leisure time?3132273432322535323225353333
CorePhysical activityDuring the last 7 days, on how many days did you do moderate physical activities like bicycling at a regular pace, swimming at a regular pace, or doubles tennis in your leisure time?3233283533332636333326363434
CorePhysical activityHow much time did you usually spend on one of those days doing moderate physical activities in your leisure time?3334293634342737343427373535
CorePhysical activityDuring the last 7 days, how much time did you usually spend sitting on a weekday?3435303735352838353528383636273536362735
CorePhysical activityDuring the last 7 days, how much time did you usually spend sitting on a weekend day?3536313836362939363629393737
CoreGeneral healthHow tall are you? (Choose either feet or centimetres)3940323937373040373730403838
CoreGeneral healthHow much do you weigh? (Choose either pounds or kilograms)4041334038383141383831413939
CoreGeneral healthIn general, would you say your health is:4142344139393242393932424037283640372836
General healthCompared with before the COVID-19 pandemic, how would you rate…your mental health (such as feeling anxious, depressed, or irritable) in general now?4124202341242023
General healthCompared with before the COVID-19 pandemic, how would you rate…your physical health in general now?4124202341242023
CoreGeneral healthThe following questions are about activities you might do during a typical day. Does your health now limit you in these activities? If so, how much?a. Moderate activities such as moving a table, pushing a vacuum cleaner, bowling, or playing golf4243354240403343404033434242
CoreGeneral healthThe following questions are about activities you might do during a typical day. Does your health now limit you in these activities? If so, how much?b. Climbing several flights of stairs4243354240403343404033434242
CoreGeneral healthDuring the past 4 weeks, have you had any of the following problems with your work or other regular daily activities as a result of your physical health?a. Accomplished less than you would like4344364341413444414134444343
CoreGeneral healthDuring the past 4 weeks, have you had any of the following problems with your work or other regular daily activities as a result of your physical health?b. Were limited in the kind of work or other activities4344364341413444414134444343
CoreGeneral healthDuring the past 4 weeks, have you had any of the following problems with your work or other regular daily activities as a result of any emotional problems (such as feeling depressed or anxious)?a. Accomplished less than you would like4445374442423545424235454444
CoreGeneral healthDuring the past 4 weeks, have you had any of the following problems with your work or other regular daily activities as a result of any emotional problems (such as feeling depressed or anxious)?b. Did work or activities less carefully than usual4445374442423545424235454444
CoreGeneral healthDuring the past 4 weeks, how much did pain interfere with your normal work (including work outside the home and housework)?4546384543433646434336464545
CoreGeneral healthHow much of the time during the past 4 weeks…b. Did you have a lot of energy?4647394644443747444437474646
CoreGeneral healthHow much of the time during the past 4 weeks…c. Have you felt downhearted and blue?4647394644443747444437474646
CoreGeneral healthHow much of the time during the past 4 weeks…a. Have you felt calm and peaceful?4647394644443747444437474646
CoreGeneral healthDuring the past 4 weeks, how much of the time has your physical health or emotional problems interfered with your social activities (like visiting friends, relatives, etc.)?4748404745453848454538484747
CoreWell-beingThinking about your own life and personal circumstances, how satisfied are you…a. With your life as a whole?4849464646464848
CoreWell-beingThinking about your own life and personal circumstances, how satisfied are you…b. With your standard of living?4849464646464848
CoreWell-beingThinking about your own life and personal circumstances, how satisfied are you…c. With your health?4849464646464848
CoreWell-beingThinking about your own life and personal circumstances, how satisfied are you…d. With what you are achieving in life?4849464646464848
CoreWell-beingThinking about your own life and personal circumstances, how satisfied are you…e. With your personal relationships?4849464646464848
CoreWell-beingThinking about your own life and personal circumstances, how satisfied are you…f. With how safe you feel?4849464646464848
CoreWell-beingThinking about your own life and personal circumstances, how satisfied are you…g. With feeling part of your community?4849464646464848
CoreWell-beingThinking about your own life and personal circumstances, how satisfied are you…h. With your future security?4849464646464848
CoreWell-beingThinking about your own life and personal circumstances, how satisfied are you…i. With your spirituality or religion?4849464646464848
CoreDemographicsWhat is your current gender identity?100267736366779681667797816758705767587057
CoreSocial participationHow would you describe your sense of belonging to your local community? Would you say it is:100555475452525255525252555442334154423341
CoreSocial participationHow often do you…a. Say hello to a neighbour?100656485553535356535353565543344255433442
CoreSocial participationHow often do you…b. Stop and have a chat with a neighbour?100656485553535356535353565544354355443543
CoreWell-beingThe next questions are about how you feel about different aspects of your life. For each one, tell us how often you feel that way.a. How often do you feel that you lack companionship?54465351515154515151545340313953403139
CoreWell-beingThe next questions are about how you feel about different aspects of your life. For each one, tell us how often you feel that way.b. How often do you feel left out?54465351515154515151545340313953403139
CoreWell-beingThe next questions are about how you feel about different aspects of your life. For each one, tell us how often you feel that way.c. How often do you feel isolated from others?54465351515154515151545340313953403139
CoreSocial participationHow often do you…c. Visit a neighbour, or receive a visit from a neighbour?100656485553535356535353565545364455453644
CoreSocial participationHow often do you…d. Go somewhere (e.g., to a shop; to a restaurant), together with a neighbour?100656485553535356535353565555
CoreSocial participationHow often do you…e. Ask help/advice from or do you help/give advice to a neighbour yourself?100656485553535356535353565555
CoreSocial participationThinking about your neighbourhood, how would you rate the following statements?a. This is a close-knit neighbourhood100757495654545457545454575647384656473846
CoreSocial participationThinking about your neighbourhood, how would you rate the following statements?b. People generally do not get along100757495654545457545454575647384656473846
CoreSocial participationThinking about your neighbourhood, how would you rate the following statements?c. People are willing to help neighbours100757495654545457545454575647384656473846
CoreSocial participationThinking about your neighbourhood, how would you rate the following statements?d. People do not share same values100757495654545457545454575647384656473846
CoreSocial participationThinking about your neighbourhood, how would you rate the following statements?e. People can be trusted100757495654545457545454575647384656473846
CoreSocial participationIf you lost a wallet or purse that contained two hundred dollars, how likely is it to be returned with the money in it, if it was found:a. By someone who lives close by? Would it be:100858505755555558555555585757
CoreSocial participationIf you lost a wallet or purse that contained two hundred dollars, how likely is it to be returned with the money in it, if it was found:b. By a complete stranger? Would it be:100858505755555558555555585757
CoreWell-beingIn general, I consider myself:101650424947474750474747504949
CoreWell-beingCompared with most of my peers, I consider myself:101751435048484851484848515050
CoreWell-beingSome people are generally very happy. They enjoy life regardless of what is going on, getting the most out of everything. To what extent does this characterization describe you?101852445149494952494949525151
CoreNeighbourhoodHere are some questions about your satisfaction with the neighbourhood in which you live. Please indicate your satisfaction with each item.a. How satisfied are you with your neighbourhood as a good place to live? Are you...4959515856575759565757595959
CoreNeighbourhoodHere are some questions about your satisfaction with the neighbourhood in which you live. Please indicate your satisfaction with each item.b. How satisfied are you with the number of people you know in your neighbourhood? Are you…4959515856575759565757595959
CoreNeighbourhoodHere are some questions about your satisfaction with the neighbourhood in which you live. Please indicate your satisfaction with each item.c. How satisfied are you with the ethnic diversity of your neighbourhood? Are you...4959515856575759565757595959
CoreNeighbourhoodHere are some questions about your satisfaction with the neighbourhood in which you live. Please indicate your satisfaction with each item.d. How satisfied are you with your neighbourhood as a good place to raise children? Are you...4959515856575759565757595959
CoreNeighbourhood selectionBefore moving into your current dwelling, when you were looking for a neighbourhood to live in, to what extent were the following characteristics important? Please report your perspectives, even if the neighbourhood where you currently live does not have these characteristics.a. Good access to public transportation5060605957587460575874606050574960505749
CoreNeighbourhood selectionBefore moving into your current dwelling, when you were looking for a neighbourhood to live in, to what extent were the following characteristics important? Please report your perspectives, even if the neighbourhood where you currently live does not have these characteristics.b. Sufficient parks and green spaces5060605957587460575874606050574960505749
CoreNeighbourhood selectionBefore moving into your current dwelling, when you were looking for a neighbourhood to live in, to what extent were the following characteristics important? Please report your perspectives, even if the neighbourhood where you currently live does not have these characteristics.c. Sufficient shops and services5060605957587460575874606050574960505749
CoreNeighbourhood selectionBefore moving into your current dwelling, when you were looking for a neighbourhood to live in, to what extent were the following characteristics important? Please report your perspectives, even if the neighbourhood where you currently live does not have these characteristics.d. Proximity to doctors, a pharmacy or other health services5060605957587460575874606060
CoreNeighbourhood selectionBefore moving into your current dwelling, when you were looking for a neighbourhood to live in, to what extent were the following characteristics important? Please report your perspectives, even if the neighbourhood where you currently live does not have these characteristics.e. A good knowledge of the neighbourhood5060605957587460575874606060
CoreNeighbourhood selectionBefore moving into your current dwelling, when you were looking for a neighbourhood to live in, to what extent were the following characteristics important? Please report your perspectives, even if the neighbourhood where you currently live does not have these characteristics.f. Presence of relatives, friends or acquaintances5060605957587460575874606050574960505749
CoreNeighbourhood selectionBefore moving into your current dwelling, when you were looking for a neighbourhood to live in, to what extent were the following characteristics important? Please report your perspectives, even if the neighbourhood where you currently live does not have these characteristics.g. A neighbourhood where it is pleasant to walk5060605957587460575874606050574960505749
CoreNeighbourhood selectionBefore moving into your current dwelling, when you were looking for a neighbourhood to live in, to what extent were the following characteristics important? Please report your perspectives, even if the neighbourhood where you currently live does not have these characteristics.h. A neighbourhood where it is practical to move around by car (ease of parking, low traffic, good access by car)5060605957587460575874606050574960505749
CoreActivity trackingDo you currently own or use any of the following devices or smartphone apps to monitor your physical activity?I do not have one but might be interested in trying one616160756076
CoreActivity trackingDo you currently own or use any of the following devices or smartphone apps to monitor your physical activity?I do not have one and I am not interested in trying one616160756076
CoreActivity trackingDo you currently own or use any of the following devices or smartphone apps to monitor your physical activity?I own616160756076
CoreActivity trackingDo you currently own or use any of the following devices or smartphone apps to monitor your physical activity?I own Wearable devices (Fitbits, Garmins, and Jawbone, etc.)616160756076
CoreActivity trackingDo you currently own or use any of the following devices or smartphone apps to monitor your physical activity?I own Smart watches (Apple Watch, Galaxy Gear, Samsung Gear, etc.)616160756076
CoreActivity trackingDo you currently own or use any of the following devices or smartphone apps to monitor your physical activity?I own Smartphone app (Apple Health, Samsung Health, Google Fit, Strava, etc.)616160756076
CoreActivity trackingDo you currently own or use any of the following devices or smartphone apps to monitor your physical activity?I own Other Please specify: _______616160756076
CoreActivity trackingDo you currently own or use any of the following devices or smartphone apps to monitor your physical activity?I own / I use616160756076
CoreActivity trackingDo you currently own or use any of the following devices or smartphone apps to monitor your physical activity?I use616160756076
CoreActivity trackingDo you currently own or use any of the following devices or smartphone apps to monitor your physical activity?I use Wearable devices (Fitbits, Garmins, and Jawbone, etc.)616160756076
CoreActivity trackingDo you currently own or use any of the following devices or smartphone apps to monitor your physical activity?I use Smart watches (Apple Watch, Galaxy Gear, Samsung Gear, etc.)616160756076
CoreActivity trackingDo you currently own or use any of the following devices or smartphone apps to monitor your physical activity?I use Smartphone app (Apple Health, Samsung Health, Google Fit, Strava, etc.)616160756076
CoreActivity trackingDo you currently own or use any of the following devices or smartphone apps to monitor your physical activity?I use Other Please specify: _______616160756076
Activity trackingDo you have an account with the Strava fitness app?58586161
CoreActivity trackingThinking about a typical month, how many days on average do you use your device or smartphone app to monitor your physical activity? If you own several activity trackers, choose the one that you use most often.If you own several activity trackers, choose the one that you use most often.626261766177
Activity trackingWhich of the following statements best describes your use of Strava?59596262
Activity trackingWhich of the following statements best describes your use of Strava?59596262
CoreActivity trackingWhen using a device or app to monitor your physical activity, how concerned are you about the possibility of your location being known by the company which developed the device or app?636362776278
CoreActivity trackingIf you had to use a device or app, how concerned would you be about the possibility of your location being known by the company which developed the device or app?646463786379
CoreActivity trackingHow concerned are you about the possibility of your location being known by your network mobile provider when using a smartphone?656564796480
CoreActivity trackingCompared with friends of my age, my concern regarding protecting my privacy is…666665806581
CoreWell-beingSome people are generally not very happy. Although they are not depressed, they never seem as happy as they might be. To what extent does this characterization describe you?101953455250505053505050535252
CoreDemographicsWhat is your current gender identity?Please specify:67736366779681667797816758705767587057
CoreDemographicsWhat is your marital status? Are you…5169756568789782687999836859715869597158
CoreDemographicsDo you have children?52707666697998836980100846960725970607259
CoreDemographicsHow many children do you have?53717767708099847081101857071
CoreDemographicsWhat is your current living arrangement? Do you live…Select all that apply.547278687180100857182102867155675472556754
CoreDemographicsWhat is your current living arrangement? Do you live…Alone547278687180100857182102867155675472556754
CoreDemographicsWhat is your current living arrangement? Do you live…With a spouse (or partner)?547278687180100857182102867155675472556754
CoreDemographicsWhat is your current living arrangement? Do you live…With children?547278687180100857182102867155675472556754
CoreDemographicsWhat is your current living arrangement? Do you live…With grandchildren?547278687180100857182102867155675472556754
CoreDemographicsWhat is your current living arrangement? Do you live…With relatives or siblings?547278687180100857182102867155675472556754
CoreDemographicsWhat is your current living arrangement? Do you live…With friends?547278687180100857182102867155675472556754
CoreDemographicsWhat is your current living arrangement? Do you live…With other people? (Please specify)547278687180100857182102867155675472556754
CoreDemographicsWhat is your current living arrangement? Do you live…Please specify:547278687180100857182102867155675472556754
CoreDemographicsHow many children under the age of 16 live in your household?557379697281101867283103877257695673576956
CoreDemographicsPlease list the age (in years) of each child under 16:567480707382102877383104887357695674576956
CoreDemographicsHow many adults aged 16 or older live in your household including yourself?577581717483103887483105897456685575566855
CoreHousingWhen did you move to your current residence?587869627586104917586106927553655276536552
CoreDemographicsWhich category best describes your annual household income, taking into account all sources of income?62828575768710592799011096766160806261
CoreDemographicsTo what extent does this annual household income allow you to satisfy your household’s needs?638386767788106938091111977762746181637562
CoreDemographicsWhat is your highest education level?8487777890108958193113997863756282647663
CoreDemographicsWhat is your current employment status?85887879911099682941141008064766384657764
CoreDemographicsWhat is your current employment status?Please specify:85887879911099682941141008064766384657764
Transportation | AGHow often do you typically travel by bicycle along the Arbutus Greenway during each season?a. Fall101111
Transportation | AGHow often do you typically travel by bicycle along the Arbutus Greenway during each season?b. Winter101111
Transportation | AGHow often do you typically travel by bicycle along the Arbutus Greenway during each season?c. Spring101111
Transportation | AGHow often do you typically travel by bicycle along the Arbutus Greenway during each season?d. Summer101111
Transportation | AGHave you ever heard of the Arbutus Greenway?677
Transportation | AGDo you think that the Arbutus Greenway is a good or bad idea for Vancouver? It is a...788
Transportation | AGHave you ever used the Arbutus Greenway?899
Transportation | AGHow often do you typically travel by foot along the Arbutus Greenway during each season?a. Fall9
Transportation | AGHow often do you typically travel by foot along the Arbutus Greenway during each season?b. Winter9
Transportation | AGHow often do you typically travel by foot along the Arbutus Greenway during each season?c. Spring9
Transportation | AGHow often do you typically travel by foot along the Arbutus Greenway during each season?d. Summer9
Transportation | AGHow often do you typically travel by foot or by wheeling along the Arbutus Greenway during each season?a. Fall1010
Transportation | AGHow often do you typically travel by foot or by wheeling along the Arbutus Greenway during each season?b. Winter1010
Transportation | AGHow often do you typically travel by foot or by wheeling along the Arbutus Greenway during each season?c. Spring1010
Transportation | AGHow often do you typically travel by foot or by wheeling along the Arbutus Greenway during each season?d. Summer1010
DemographicsDo you use a mobility aid when you walk?869497
DemographicsPlease specify the type of mobility aid:879598
DemographicsPlease specify the type of mobility aid:879598
Transportation | BikeDo you have access to a bicycle?455271226271226
Transportation | BikeDo you have access to a bicycle? Check all that apply.131313
Transportation | BikeDo you have access to a bicycle? Check all that apply.No, I do not have access to a bicycle131313
Transportation | BikeDo you have access to a bicycle? Check all that apply.Yes, I own a bicycle131313
Transportation | BikeDo you have access to a bicycle? Check all that apply.Yes, I borrow a friend's or relative's bicycle131313
Transportation | BikeDo you have access to a bicycle? Check all that apply.Yes, I use a bike share service (BIXI, Dropbike, etc.)131313
Transportation | BikeDo you have access to a bicycle? Check all that apply.Yes, I have access to a bicycle through another way (please specify)131313
Transportation | BikeDo you have access to a bicycle? Check all that apply.131313
CoreDemographicsWere you born in Canada?5979827276871079377
Transportation | BRTWill you likely travel by bus more than you currently do once the Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) corridors are in place?1515152121
Transportation | BRTHave you ever heard of the Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Corridors in Saskatoon?1212121818
Transportation | BRTDo you think the BRT will be good for:a. The Environment1414142020
Transportation | BRTDo you think the BRT will be good for:b. Increasing access to transportation1414142020
Transportation | BRTDo you think the BRT will be good for:c. Making Saskatoon a vibrant city1414142020
Transportation | BRTDo you think the BRT will be good for:d. Tourism1414142020
Transportation | BRTDo you think the BRT will be good for:e. Reducing traffic congestion1414142020
Transportation | BRTDo you think the BRT will be good for:f. Health1414142020
Transportation | BRTDo you think the BRT will be good for:g. Local business1414142020
Transportation | BRTDo you think that the Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) corridors are a good or bad idea for Saskatoon? It is a…1313131919
Transportation | TransitOn a scale of 1 to 4, with 1 being ‘very convenient’ and 4 being ‘very inconvenient’, overall, how convenient do you think traveling by bus is in your city?444
Transportation | TransitHow often do you typically travel by bus during each season?a. Fall55522
Transportation | TransitHow often do you typically travel by bus during each season?b. Winter55533
Transportation | TransitHow often do you typically travel by bus during each season?c. Spring55544
Transportation | TransitHow often do you typically travel by bus during each season?d. Summer55555
Transportation | TransitHow much more likely would you be to travel by bus more if …a. the bus on the main part of your route ran every 10 minutes or less?8881515
Transportation | TransitHow much more likely would you be to travel by bus more if …b. the bus route took you closer to your destination?8881515
Transportation | TransitHow much more likely would you be to travel by bus more if …c. the bus and shelters were cleaner and in better condition?8881515
Transportation | TransitHow much more likely would you be to travel by bus more if …d. the buses were on time and transfers were more reliable?8881515
Transportation | TransitHow much more likely would you be to travel by bus more if …e. the cost of bus passes or fare was lower?8881515
Transportation | TransitHow much more likely would you be to travel by bus more if …f. Other (Please specify)8881515
Transportation | TransitHow much more likely would you be to travel by bus more if …f. Other (Please specify)8881515
Transportation | TransitHow much more likely would you be to travel by bus more if …g. Other (Please specify)8881515
Transportation | TransitHow much more likely would you be to travel by bus more if …g. Other (Please specify)8881515
Transportation | TransitRank the following in order of how much they would influence your decision to use the bus.a. the bus on the main part of your route ran every 10 minutes or less?999
Transportation | TransitRank the following in order of how much they would influence your decision to use the bus.b. the bus route took you closer to your destination?999
Transportation | TransitRank the following in order of how much they would influence your decision to use the bus.c. the bus and shelters were cleaner and in better condition?999
Transportation | TransitRank the following in order of how much they would influence your decision to use the bus.d. the buses were on time and transfers were more reliable?999
Transportation | TransitRank the following in order of how much they would influence your decision to use the bus.e. the cost of bus passes or fare was lower?999
Transportation | TransitRank the following in order of how much they would influence your decision to use the bus.f. Other ()999
Transportation | TransitRank the following in order of how much they would influence your decision to use the bus.f. Other ()999
Transportation | TransitRank the following in order of how much they would influence your decision to use the bus.g. Other ()999
Transportation | TransitRank the following in order of how much they would influence your decision to use the bus.g. Other ()999
Transportation | TransitPlace the slider between the following features of a future bus system, based on how important they are to you, with the slider closer to the more important feature.1010101616
Transportation | TransitOn a scale of 1 to 4, with 1 being ‘very reliable’ and 4 being ‘very unreliable’, overall, how reliable do you think traveling by bus is in your city?333
Transportation | TransitOn a scale of 1 to 4, with 1 being ‘very safe’ and 4 being ‘very unsafe’, overall, how safe do you think traveling by bus is in your city?222
Transportation | CarHow often do you typically travel by car during each season?a. Fall777
Transportation | CarHow often do you typically travel by car during each season?b. Winter777
Transportation | CarHow often do you typically travel by car during each season?c. Spring777
Transportation | CarHow often do you typically travel by car during each season?d. Summer777
Transportation | CarDo you have access to a car kept outside of your household?111111
Transportation | CarDo you have access to a car kept outside of your household?Yes, I borrow a friend's or relative's car111111
Transportation | CarDo you have access to a car kept outside of your household?Yes, I am a member of a car-sharing program (Communauto, Car2go, etc.)111111
Transportation | CarDo you have access to a car kept outside of your household?Yes, for another reason (Please specify)111111
Transportation | CarDo you have access to a car kept outside of your household?No, I do not have access to a car kept outside of my household111111
Transportation | CarDo you have access to a car kept outside of your household?111111
Transportation | CarHow do you most often access a vehicle?181818
Transportation | CarHow do you most often access a vehicle?My household owns a vehicle181818
Transportation | CarHow do you most often access a vehicle?I borrow a friend’s or relative’s vehicle181818
Transportation | CarHow do you most often access a vehicle?I am a member of a car-sharing program (Saskatoon CarShare Co-op, etc.)181818
Transportation | CarHow do you most often access a vehicle?I access a vehicle another way (Please specify)181818
Transportation | CarHow do you most often access a vehicle?181818
Neighbourhood perceptionIn recent years, the urban environment of my neighbourhood has …5560
Neighbourhood perceptionIn the past two years, the urban environment of my neighbourhood has …604141
Neighbourhood perceptionTo what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements?a. The City is investing in my neighbourhood.5863
Neighbourhood perceptionTo what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements?b. The changes in my neighbourhood are improving my quality of life.5863
Neighbourhood perceptionTo what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements?c. My neighbourhood is more and more dynamic.5863
Neighbourhood perceptionTo what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements?d. Low-income people can't afford to stay in this neighbourhood.5863
Neighbourhood perceptionTo what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements?e. I feel more and more anonymous in my neighbourhood.5863
Neighbourhood perceptionTo what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements? In the past 2 years…a. The City has been investing in my neighbourhood.634848
Neighbourhood perceptionTo what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements? In the past 2 years…b. The changes in my neighbourhood have improved my quality of life.634848
Neighbourhood perceptionTo what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements? In the past 2 years…c. My neighbourhood has been more and more dynamic.63
Neighbourhood perceptionTo what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements? In the past 2 years…d. Low-income people haven't been able to afford to stay in this neighbourhood.634848
Neighbourhood perceptionTo what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements? In the past 2 years…e. I have felt more and more anonymous in my neighbourhood.634848
Neighbourhood perceptionTo what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements? The changes in my neighbourhood are making it easier for me to get around:a. By foot5964
Neighbourhood perceptionTo what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements? The changes in my neighbourhood are making it easier for me to get around:b. By bike5964
Neighbourhood perceptionTo what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements? The changes in my neighbourhood are making it easier for me to get around:c. By car5964
Neighbourhood perceptionTo what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements? The changes in my neighbourhood are making it easier for me to get around:d. By transit5964
Neighbourhood perceptionTo what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements? The changes in my neighbourhood in the past two years are making it easier for me to get around:a. By foot644444
Neighbourhood perceptionTo what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements? The changes in my neighbourhood in the past two years are making it easier for me to get around:b. By bike644545
Neighbourhood perceptionTo what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements? The changes in my neighbourhood in the past two years are making it easier for me to get around:c. By car644646
Neighbourhood perceptionTo what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements? The changes in my neighbourhood in the past two years are making it easier for me to get around:d. By transit644747
COVID-19During the most closed phase of the COVID-19 lockdown, compared to your typical habits prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, how many trips per week did you make?During the most closed phase of the COVID-19 lockdown, I made…598161598261
COVID-19During the most closed phase of the COVID-19 lockdown, compared to your typical habits prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, how many trips per week did you make?This time last year, I made…598161598261
COVID-19During the most closed phase of the COVID-19 lockdown, did you make trips for the following activities?Work608262608362
CoreDog ownershipDo you live with a dog?363770
CoreDog ownershipDo you walk the dog regularly?373871
CoreDog ownershipHow many hours or minutes a day on average do you walk the dog?383972
COVID-19How has the COVID-19 pandemic impacted your job?921119795116101
COVID-19How has the COVID-19 pandemic impacted your job?I work from home.921119795116101
COVID-19How has the COVID-19 pandemic impacted your job?I have started a new job.921119795116101
COVID-19How has the COVID-19 pandemic impacted your job?I work partly from home, partly at my normal workplace.921119795116101
COVID-19How has the COVID-19 pandemic impacted your job?I continue to work at my normal place of work.921119795116101
COVID-19How has the COVID-19 pandemic impacted your job?My paid work hours have been reduced.921119795116101
COVID-19How has the COVID-19 pandemic impacted your job?My hourly rate has been reduced.921119795116101
COVID-19How has the COVID-19 pandemic impacted your job?My paid work hours have increased.921119795116101
COVID-19How has the COVID-19 pandemic impacted your job?My hourly rate has increased.921119795116101
COVID-19How has the COVID-19 pandemic impacted your job?My job has been deemed essential by the government.921119795116101
COVID-19How has the COVID-19 pandemic impacted your job?I lost my job.921119795116101
COVID-19How has the COVID-19 pandemic impacted your job?Other (please specify)921119795116101
COVID-19How has the COVID-19 pandemic impacted your job?None of these apply to me.921119795116101
COVID-19How has the COVID-19 pandemic impacted your job?921119795116101
Neighbourhood perceptionTo what extent do you agree or disagree with these statements. In my neighbourhood…a. Parking is difficult in local shopping areas.566161
Neighbourhood perceptionTo what extent do you agree or disagree with these statements. In my neighbourhood…b. Car traffic moves fluidly and efficiently.566161
Neighbourhood perceptionTo what extent do you agree or disagree with these statements. In my neighbourhood…c. Streets can be excessively noisy.566161
Neighbourhood perceptionTo what extent do you agree or disagree with these statements. In my neighbourhood…d. The sidewalks are in good condition.5661614242
Neighbourhood perceptionTo what extent do you agree or disagree with these statements. In my neighbourhood…e. The sidewalks are not wide enough.566161
Neighbourhood perceptionTo what extent do you agree or disagree with these statements. In my neighbourhood…f. There are enough trees along the street.5661614242
Neighbourhood perceptionTo what extent do you agree or disagree with these statements. In my neighbourhood…g. There are many public spaces where people can relax and socialize (placottoirs, parks, plazas, street seating, etc.).5661614242
Neighbourhood perceptionTo what extent do you agree or disagree with these statements. In my neighbourhood…h. Shops and services are easily accessible.5661614242
Neighbourhood perceptionTo what extent do you agree or disagree with these statements. In my neighbourhood…i. There are no urban furnishings like benches or bike parking.566161
Neighbourhood perceptionTo what extent do you agree or disagree with these statements. In my neighbourhood…j. There are sufficient public transit options nearby.5661614242
Neighbourhood perceptionTo what extent do you agree or disagree with these statements. In my neighbourhood…k. The air is polluted.566161
Neighbourhood perceptionTo what extent do you agree or disagree with these statements. In my neighbourhood…l. There are many parks nearby.5661614242
Neighbourhood perceptionTo what extent do you agree or disagree with these statements. In my neighbourhood…m. There are lots of greened spaces, with features like trees, planters, green buffers between the road and the sidewalk.5661614242
Neighbourhood perceptionTo what extent do you agree or disagree with these statements. In my neighbourhood…n. It is especially dangerous to bike on the street.566161
Neighbourhood perceptionTo what extent do you agree or disagree with these statements. In my neighbourhood…o. There is a connected network of bike paths.5661614242
CoreDemographicsTo which ethnic or cultural groups did your ancestors belong? (Check all that apply)Check all that apply.6181788979617360
CoreDemographicsTo which ethnic or cultural groups did your ancestors belong? (Check all that apply)Aboriginal6181788979617360
CoreDemographicsTo which ethnic or cultural groups did your ancestors belong? (Check all that apply)Asian6181788979617360
CoreDemographicsTo which ethnic or cultural groups did your ancestors belong? (Check all that apply)Black6181788979617360
CoreDemographicsTo which ethnic or cultural groups did your ancestors belong? (Check all that apply)Caucasian6181788979617360
CoreDemographicsTo which ethnic or cultural groups did your ancestors belong? (Check all that apply)Latin American6181788979617360
CoreDemographicsTo which ethnic or cultural groups did your ancestors belong? (Check all that apply)Middle Eastern6181788979617360
CoreDemographicsTo which ethnic or cultural groups did your ancestors belong? (Check all that apply)Other8189617360
CoreDemographicsTo which ethnic or cultural groups did your ancestors belong? (Check all that apply)I don’t know/Prefer not to answer6181788979
DemographicsTo which ethnic or cultural group(s) do you belong? (Check all that apply)84109
DemographicsTo which ethnic or cultural group(s) do you belong? (Check all that apply)Aboriginal84109
DemographicsTo which ethnic or cultural group(s) do you belong? (Check all that apply)West Asian (e.g., Iranian, Afghan, etc.)84109
DemographicsTo which ethnic or cultural group(s) do you belong? (Check all that apply)Korean84109
DemographicsTo which ethnic or cultural group(s) do you belong? (Check all that apply)Japanese84109
DemographicsTo which ethnic or cultural group(s) do you belong? (Check all that apply)Other:84109
DemographicsTo which ethnic or cultural group(s) do you belong? (Check all that apply)White84109
DemographicsTo which ethnic or cultural group(s) do you belong? (Check all that apply)South Asian (e.g., East Indian, Pakistani, Sri Lankan, etc.)84109
DemographicsTo which ethnic or cultural group(s) do you belong? (Check all that apply)Chinese84109
DemographicsTo which ethnic or cultural group(s) do you belong? (Check all that apply)Black84109
DemographicsTo which ethnic or cultural group(s) do you belong? (Check all that apply)Filipino84109
DemographicsTo which ethnic or cultural group(s) do you belong? (Check all that apply)Latin American84109
DemographicsTo which ethnic or cultural group(s) do you belong? (Check all that apply)I don’t know/prefer not to answer84109
DemographicsTo which ethnic or cultural group(s) do you belong? (Check all that apply)Arab84109
DemographicsTo which ethnic or cultural group(s) do you belong? (Check all that apply)Southeast Asian (e.g., Vietnamese, Cambodian, Laotian, Thai, etc.)84109
DemographicsTo which ethnic or cultural group(s) do you belong? (Check all that apply)84109
DemographicsTo which ethnic or cultural groups did your ancestors belong? (Check all that apply)7495
DemographicsTo which ethnic or cultural groups did your ancestors belong? (Check all that apply)Indigenous or Aboriginal7495
DemographicsTo which ethnic or cultural groups did your ancestors belong? (Check all that apply)West Asian (e.g., Iranian, Afghan, etc.)7495
DemographicsTo which ethnic or cultural groups did your ancestors belong? (Check all that apply)Korean7495
DemographicsTo which ethnic or cultural groups did your ancestors belong? (Check all that apply)Japanese7495
DemographicsTo which ethnic or cultural groups did your ancestors belong? (Check all that apply)Other7495
DemographicsTo which ethnic or cultural groups did your ancestors belong? (Check all that apply)White7495
DemographicsTo which ethnic or cultural groups did your ancestors belong? (Check all that apply)South Asian (e.g., East Indian, Pakistani, Sri Lankan, etc.)7495
DemographicsTo which ethnic or cultural groups did your ancestors belong? (Check all that apply)Chinese7495
DemographicsTo which ethnic or cultural groups did your ancestors belong? (Check all that apply)Black7495
DemographicsTo which ethnic or cultural groups did your ancestors belong? (Check all that apply)Filipino7495
DemographicsTo which ethnic or cultural groups did your ancestors belong? (Check all that apply)Latin American7495
DemographicsTo which ethnic or cultural groups did your ancestors belong? (Check all that apply)I don’t know/prefer not to answer7495
DemographicsTo which ethnic or cultural groups did your ancestors belong? (Check all that apply)Arab7495
DemographicsTo which ethnic or cultural groups did your ancestors belong? (Check all that apply)Southeast Asian (e.g., Vietnamese, Cambodian, Laotian, Thai, etc.)7495
DemographicsTo which ethnic or cultural groups did your ancestors belong? (Check all that apply)7495
CoreDemographicsTo which ethnic or cultural groups did your ancestors belong? (Check all that apply)81617360
Neighbourhood perceptionTo what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements? In my neighbourhood, there are more and more…a. Bike paths57624343
Neighbourhood perceptionTo what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements? In my neighbourhood, there are more and more…b. Pedestrian-friendly designs, like wider sidewalks, speed-bumps, and stop signs57624343
Neighbourhood perceptionTo what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements? In my neighbourhood, there are more and more…c. Potholes5762
Neighbourhood perceptionTo what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements? In my neighbourhood, there are more and more…d. Green alleys (ruelles vertes)57624343
Neighbourhood perceptionTo what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements? In my neighbourhood, there are more and more…e. Greened spaces featuring trees, gardens, and planters57624343
Neighbourhood perceptionTo what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements? In my neighbourhood, there are more and more…f. Graffiti5762
Neighbourhood perceptionTo what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements? In my neighbourhood, there are more and more…g. Pedestrianized streets57624343
Neighbourhood perceptionTo what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements? In my neighbourhood, in the past two years, there are more and more…a. Bike paths62
Neighbourhood perceptionTo what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements? In my neighbourhood, in the past two years, there are more and more…b. Pedestrian-friendly designs, like wider sidewalks, speed-bumps, and stop signs62
Neighbourhood perceptionTo what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements? In my neighbourhood, in the past two years, there are more and more…c. Potholes62
Neighbourhood perceptionTo what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements? In my neighbourhood, in the past two years, there are more and more…d. Green alleys (ruelles vertes)62
Neighbourhood perceptionTo what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements? In my neighbourhood, in the past two years, there are more and more…e. Greened spaces featuring trees, gardens, and planters62
Neighbourhood perceptionTo what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements? In my neighbourhood, in the past two years, there are more and more…f. Graffiti62
Neighbourhood perceptionTo what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements? In my neighbourhood, in the past two years, there are more and more…g. Pedestrianized streets62
Transportation | AGWould any of the following amenities encourage you to use the Arbutus Greenway more? Check ALL that apply.1919
Transportation | AGWould any of the following amenities encourage you to use the Arbutus Greenway more? Check ALL that apply.Recycling or waste receptacles/garbage cans1919
Transportation | AGWould any of the following amenities encourage you to use the Arbutus Greenway more? Check ALL that apply.Shady zones1919
Transportation | AGWould any of the following amenities encourage you to use the Arbutus Greenway more? Check ALL that apply.Benches1919
Transportation | AGWould any of the following amenities encourage you to use the Arbutus Greenway more? Check ALL that apply.Bathrooms1919
Transportation | AGWould any of the following amenities encourage you to use the Arbutus Greenway more? Check ALL that apply.Lighting1919
Transportation | AGWould any of the following amenities encourage you to use the Arbutus Greenway more? Check ALL that apply.Water fountains1919
Transportation | AGWould any of the following amenities encourage you to use the Arbutus Greenway more? Check ALL that apply.Picnic areas1919
Transportation | AGWould any of the following amenities encourage you to use the Arbutus Greenway more? Check ALL that apply.Mobi stations1919
Transportation | AGWould any of the following amenities encourage you to use the Arbutus Greenway more? Check ALL that apply.Playgrounds1919
Transportation | AGWould any of the following amenities encourage you to use the Arbutus Greenway more? Check ALL that apply.Public art1919
Transportation | AGWould any of the following amenities encourage you to use the Arbutus Greenway more? Check ALL that apply.Other (Please specify)1919
Transportation | AGWould any of the following amenities encourage you to use the Arbutus Greenway more? Check ALL that apply.1919
Transportation | AGDo you plan to use the Arbutus Greenway in the future?171818
Transportation | AGDo you plan to use the Arbutus Greenway in the future?171818
Transportation | AGIn your opinion, the maintenance of the Arbutus Greenway is excellent, good, fair, or poor?131414
Transportation | AGHow do you usually get to the Arbutus Greenway?11
Transportation | AGHow do you usually get to the Arbutus Greenway?11
Transportation | AGHow do you usually get to the Arbutus Greenway?1212
Transportation | AGHow do you usually get to the Arbutus Greenway?1212
Transportation | AGWhy have you not used the Arbutus Greenway? Check ALL that apply.182020
Transportation | AGWhy have you not used the Arbutus Greenway? Check ALL that apply.Health reasons (e.g. illness, injury, poor fitness)182020
Transportation | AGWhy have you not used the Arbutus Greenway? Check ALL that apply.Not motivated or interested in walking or cycling182020
Transportation | AGWhy have you not used the Arbutus Greenway? Check ALL that apply.Greenway doesn’t take me where I want to go182020
Transportation | AGWhy have you not used the Arbutus Greenway? Check ALL that apply.Greenway design and amenities are not pleasing to me182020
Transportation | AGWhy have you not used the Arbutus Greenway? Check ALL that apply.Other (Please specify)182020
Transportation | AGWhy have you not used the Arbutus Greenway? Check ALL that apply.182020
Transportation | AGWhat is your usual reason for using the Arbutus Greenway?121313
Transportation | AGHow safe do you feel travelling along the Arbutus Greenway, in terms of personal safety?151616
Transportation | AGHow safe do you feel travelling along the Arbutus Greenway, in terms of safety from traffic?141515
Transportation | AGAre you using the Arbutus Greenway (walking, biking, etc.) more, less, or the same since spring 2017?16
Transportation | AGAre you using the Arbutus Greenway (walking, biking, etc.) more, less, or the same since spring 2017?16
Transportation | AGAre you using the Arbutus Greenway (walking/wheeling, biking, etc.) more, less, or the same since spring 2017?1717
Transportation | AGAre you using the Arbutus Greenway (walking/wheeling, biking, etc.) more, less, or the same since spring 2017?1717
TransportationWhat modes of transportation do you use? Please check all that apply.Please check all that apply.11111
TransportationWhat modes of transportation do you use? Please check all that apply.Walking?11111
TransportationWhat modes of transportation do you use? Please check all that apply.Biking?11111
TransportationWhat modes of transportation do you use? Please check all that apply.Public Transit?11111
TransportationWhat modes of transportation do you use? Please check all that apply.Car?11111
TransportationWhat modes of transportation do you use? Please check all that apply.Motorcycle or scooter?11111
TransportationWhat modes of transportation do you use? Please check all that apply.Taxi or Uber?11111
TransportationWhat modes of transportation do you use? Please check all that apply.Car-sharing service?11111
TransportationWhat modes of transportation do you use? Please check all that apply.Other (Please specify)?11111
TransportationWhat modes of transportation do you use? Please check all that apply.Please Specify:11111
CoreDemographicsWhen did you move to Canada?6080837377881089478
CoreNeighbourhood selectionBefore moving into your current dwelling, when you were looking for a neighbourhood to live in, to what extent were the following characteristics important? Please report your perspectives, even if the neighbourhood where you currently live does not have these characteristics.i. Presence of good schools606059587460587460505749505749
Neighbourhood selectionIf you had the choice, how long would you remain in your current home?755858
Transportation | CarEven if you do not personally use this mode of transportation, do you find driving in your city to be…a. Safe?333
Transportation | CarEven if you do not personally use this mode of transportation, do you find driving in your city to be…b. Reliable?333
Transportation | CarEven if you do not personally use this mode of transportation, do you find driving in your city to be…c. Practical?333
Transportation | CarEven if you do not personally use this mode of transportation, do you find driving in your city to be…d. Enjoyable?333
Transportation | CarEven if you do not personally use this mode of transportation, do you find driving in your city to be…e. Affordable?333
Transportation | TransitEven if you do not personally use this mode of transportation, do you find public transit in your city to be…a. Safe?555
Transportation | TransitEven if you do not personally use this mode of transportation, do you find public transit in your city to be…b. Reliable?555
Transportation | TransitEven if you do not personally use this mode of transportation, do you find public transit in your city to be…c. Practical?555
Transportation | TransitEven if you do not personally use this mode of transportation, do you find public transit in your city to be…d. Enjoyable?555
Transportation | TransitEven if you do not personally use this mode of transportation, do you find public transit in your city to be…e. Affordable?555
Transportation | WalkEven if you do not personally use this mode of transportation, do you find walking in your city to be…a. Safe?444
Transportation | WalkEven if you do not personally use this mode of transportation, do you find walking in your city to be…b. Reliable?444
Transportation | WalkEven if you do not personally use this mode of transportation, do you find walking in your city to be…c. Practical?444
Transportation | WalkEven if you do not personally use this mode of transportation, do you find walking in your city to be…d. Enjoyable?444
Transportation | WalkEven if you do not personally use this mode of transportation, do you find walking in your city to be…e. Affordable?444
NeighbourhoodTo what extent do you agree with the following statements?a. Most people in this area can be trusted53
NeighbourhoodTo what extent do you agree with the following statements?b. People in this area will take advantage of you53
NeighbourhoodTo what extent do you agree with the following statements?c. If you were in trouble, there are lots of people who would help you53
NeighbourhoodTo what extent do you agree with the following statements?d. Most people in this area are friendly53
NeighbourhoodTo what extent do you agree with the following statements?e. People in this area have lots of community spirit53
NeighbourhoodTo what extent do you agree with the following statements?f. People in this area do things to help the community53
NeighbourhoodTo what extent do you agree with the following statements?g. People in this area treat each other with respect53
NeighbourhoodTo what extent do you agree with the following statements?h. People in this area are tolerant of others who are not like them53
NeighbourhoodTo what extent do you agree with the following statements?i. In this area there are people who belong and some who don’t53
TransportationHow much do you enjoy using each transportation mode?a. Walking / Wheeling220220281327281327
TransportationThinking of how you felt prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, how much did you enjoy using each transportation mode?a. Walking / Wheeling321321
TransportationThinking of how you felt prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, how much did you enjoy using each transportation mode?b. Biking321321
TransportationThinking of how you felt prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, how much did you enjoy using each transportation mode?c. Public Transit321321
TransportationThinking of how you felt prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, how much did you enjoy using each transportation mode?d. Car321321
TransportationThinking of how you felt prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, how much did you enjoy using each transportation mode?e. Motorcycle or scooter321321
TransportationThinking of how you felt prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, how much did you enjoy using each transportation mode?f. Other (Please specify)321321
TransportationThinking of how you felt prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, how much did you enjoy using each transportation mode?f. Other (Please specify)321321
CoreWell-beingThinking about your own life and personal circumstances, how satisfied are you…a. With your life as a whole?414846494649393038393038
CoreWell-beingThinking about your own life and personal circumstances, how satisfied are you…b. With your standard of living?414846494649393038393038
CoreWell-beingThinking about your own life and personal circumstances, how satisfied are you…c. With your health?414846494649393038393038
CoreWell-beingThinking about your own life and personal circumstances, how satisfied are you…d. With what you are achieving in life?414846494649393038393038
CoreWell-beingThinking about your own life and personal circumstances, how satisfied are you…e. With your personal relationships?414846494649393038393038
CoreWell-beingThinking about your own life and personal circumstances, how satisfied are you…f. With how safe you feel?414846494649393038393038
CoreWell-beingThinking about your own life and personal circumstances, how satisfied are you…g. With feeling part of your community?414846494649393038393038
CoreWell-beingThinking about your own life and personal circumstances, how satisfied are you…h. With your future security?414846494649393038393038
CoreWell-beingThinking about your own life and personal circumstances, how satisfied are you…i. With your spirituality or religion?414846494649
CoreWell-beingPersonal Wellbeing Index (PWI) Scale-1-1-1-1-1-1
-1-1-1-1-1
NeighbourhoodTo what extent do you agree with the following statements?a. People feel that neighbourhood efforts to improve this area are a waste of time.5258584949
NeighbourhoodTo what extent do you agree with the following statements?b. When something needs to be improved in the neighbourhood, people from outside the neighbourhood are more likely to do something about it than people from inside the neighbourhood.5258584949
NeighbourhoodTo what extent do you agree with the following statements?c. The people in this neighbourhood have almost no influence over what happens here.5258584949
Transportation | TransitHow much would you agree with the following statement: "I would like to travel by bus in Saskatoon more than I do now"?777
Transportation | TransitDo you think Saskatoon Transit Service today is:a. Reliable1111111717
Transportation | TransitDo you think Saskatoon Transit Service today is:b. Clean1111111717
Transportation | TransitDo you think Saskatoon Transit Service today is:c. Safe1111111717
Transportation | TransitDo you think Saskatoon Transit Service today is:d. Convenient1111111717
Transportation | TransitDo you think Saskatoon Transit Service today is:e. Too expensive1111111717
Transportation | TransitDo you think Saskatoon Transit Service today is:f. Too cheap1111111717
Transportation | TransitDo you think Saskatoon Transit Service today is:g. Professional1111111717
Transportation | TransitDo you think Saskatoon Transit Service today is:h. Environmentally friendly1111111717
Transportation | TransitWhich Saskatoon Transit Go Pass do you own?11111
Transportation | TransitDo you currently travel on any of the following streets when you travel by bus in Saskatoon?a. 8th street66666
Transportation | TransitDo you currently travel on any of the following streets when you travel by bus in Saskatoon?b. 22nd street66677
Transportation | TransitDo you currently travel on any of the following streets when you travel by bus in Saskatoon?c. College Drive66688
Transportation | TransitDo you currently travel on any of the following streets when you travel by bus in Saskatoon?d. Preston Avenue66699
Transportation | TransitDo you currently travel on any of the following streets when you travel by bus in Saskatoon?e. Attridge Drive6661010
Transportation | TransitDo you currently travel on any of the following streets when you travel by bus in Saskatoon?f. Warman Rd6661111
Transportation | TransitDo you currently travel on any of the following streets when you travel by bus in Saskatoon?g. Idylwyld Dr N6661212
Transportation | TransitDo you currently travel on any of the following streets when you travel by bus in Saskatoon?h. 3rd Avenue N6661313
Transportation | TransitDo you currently travel on any of the following streets when you travel by bus in Saskatoon?i. Broadway Avenue6661414
NeighbourhoodTo what extent do you agree with the following statements?a. I can get what I need in this neighbourhood.5459595050
NeighbourhoodTo what extent do you agree with the following statements?b. This neighbourhood helps me fulfill my needs.5459595050
NeighbourhoodTo what extent do you agree with the following statements?c. I feel like a member of this neighbourhood.5459595050
NeighbourhoodTo what extent do you agree with the following statements?d. I belong in this neighbourhood.5459595050
NeighbourhoodTo what extent do you agree with the following statements?e. I have a say about what goes on in my neighbourhood.5459595050
NeighbourhoodTo what extent do you agree with the following statements?f. People in this neighbourhood are good at influencing each other.5459595050
NeighbourhoodTo what extent do you agree with the following statements?g. I feel connected to this neighbourhood.5459595050
NeighbourhoodTo what extent do you agree with the following statements?h. I have a good bond with others in this neighbourhood5459595050
CoreDemographicsWhat sex were you assigned at birth?687464676778988268
CoreDemographicsWhat sex were you assigned at birth?687464676778988268
DemographicsWhich of the following best describes your usual work schedule at your current job?931109896115102
DemographicsWhich of the following best describes your usual work schedule at your current job?931109896115102
Transportation | TransitHow often do you typically travel by public transit during each season?a. Fall999
Transportation | TransitHow often do you typically travel by public transit during each season?b. Winter999
Transportation | TransitHow often do you typically travel by public transit during each season?c. Spring999
Transportation | TransitHow often do you typically travel by public transit during each season?d. Summer999
TransportationWhat is your main mode of transportation?12522425224
TransportationWhat is your main mode of transportation?Please specify:12522425224
TransportationWhat is your main mode of transportation?11
TransportationWhat is your main mode of transportation?11
Transportation | WalkHow often do you typically travel by foot during each season?a. Fall888
Transportation | WalkHow often do you typically travel by foot during each season?b. Winter888
Transportation | WalkHow often do you typically travel by foot during each season?c. Spring888
Transportation | WalkHow often do you typically travel by foot during each season?d. Summer888
CorePhysical activityAgain, think about only those physical activities that you did for at least 10 minutes at a time. During the last 7 days, on how many days did you do moderate physical activities like carrying light loads as part of your work? Please do not include walking.211623
CorePhysical activityHow much time did you usually spend on one of those days doing moderate physical activities as part of your work?221724
Transportation | BikeHow often are your cycling trips made with an e-bike?22
CoreSocial participationHow many close friends do you have (that is, people who are not your relatives, but who you feel at ease with, can talk to about what is on your mind, or call on for help)?5656595656595848394758483947
COVID-19In the current context, do you use the following modes of transportation less than, more than, or the same as you did prior to the COVID-19 pandemic?Driving7089757090756363
COVID-19In the current context, do you use the following modes of transportation less than, more than, or the same as you did prior to the COVID-19 pandemic?Cycling7089757090756363
COVID-19In the current context, do you use the following modes of transportation less than, more than, or the same as you did prior to the COVID-19 pandemic?Walking7089757090756363
COVID-19In the current context, do you use the following modes of transportation less than, more than, or the same as you did prior to the COVID-19 pandemic?Public transit70897570907563226322
COVID-19Currently, are you using the AAA bike network in the City of Victoria less than, more than, or the same as you did prior to the COVID-19 pandemic?6464
COVID-19Please select all the reasons explaining why you use the AAA bike network more now than prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.6565
COVID-19Please select all the reasons explaining why you use the AAA bike network more now than prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.Staying active6565
COVID-19Please select all the reasons explaining why you use the AAA bike network more now than prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.To cycle socially6565
COVID-19Please select all the reasons explaining why you use the AAA bike network more now than prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.Feel safe despite COVID-196565
COVID-19Please select all the reasons explaining why you use the AAA bike network more now than prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.There are more options in the network now (e.g., Dallas Rd, Humboldt)6565
COVID-19Please select all the reasons explaining why you use the AAA bike network more now than prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.Travelling to different places6565
COVID-19Please select all the reasons explaining why you use the AAA bike network more now than prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.Other (please specify)6565
COVID-19Please select all the reasons explaining why you use the AAA bike network more now than prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.6565
COVID-19Please select all the reasons explaining why you use the AAA bike network less now than prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.6666
COVID-19Please select all the reasons explaining why you use the AAA bike network less now than prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.Not going downtown as much as I did before COVID-196666
COVID-19Please select all the reasons explaining why you use the AAA bike network less now than prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.Not commuting to work by bicycle at all6666
COVID-19Please select all the reasons explaining why you use the AAA bike network less now than prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.Not commuting to work by bicycle as often6666
COVID-19Please select all the reasons explaining why you use the AAA bike network less now than prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.Don't feel safe because of COVID-196666
COVID-19Please select all the reasons explaining why you use the AAA bike network less now than prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.Bicycling less due to other life circumstances (e.g., injury, illness, move)6666
COVID-19Please select all the reasons explaining why you use the AAA bike network less now than prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.Other (please specify)6666
COVID-19Please select all the reasons explaining why you use the AAA bike network less now than prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.6666
DemographicsAre you currently a student?7965776483667865
COVID-19During the most closed phase of the COVID-19 lockdown, were you using the Arbutus Greenway less than, more than, or the same as you did prior to the COVID-19 pandemic?6262
COVID-19Please select all the reasons explaining why you used the Arbutus Greenway less during the most closed phase of the COVID-19 lockdown.6464
COVID-19Please select all the reasons explaining why you used the Arbutus Greenway less during the most closed phase of the COVID-19 lockdown.Used other outdoor spaces instead6464
COVID-19Please select all the reasons explaining why you used the Arbutus Greenway less during the most closed phase of the COVID-19 lockdown.Too crowded6464
COVID-19Please select all the reasons explaining why you used the Arbutus Greenway less during the most closed phase of the COVID-19 lockdown.Didn’t feel safe because of COVID-196464
COVID-19Please select all the reasons explaining why you used the Arbutus Greenway less during the most closed phase of the COVID-19 lockdown.Too far away6464
COVID-19Please select all the reasons explaining why you used the Arbutus Greenway less during the most closed phase of the COVID-19 lockdown.Didn’t feel safe from traffic6464
COVID-19Please select all the reasons explaining why you used the Arbutus Greenway less during the most closed phase of the COVID-19 lockdown.Other (please specify)6464
COVID-19Please select all the reasons explaining why you used the Arbutus Greenway less during the most closed phase of the COVID-19 lockdown.6464
COVID-19Please select all the reasons explaining why you used the Arbutus Greenway more during the most closed phase of the COVID-19 lockdown.6363
COVID-19Please select all the reasons explaining why you used the Arbutus Greenway more during the most closed phase of the COVID-19 lockdown.Staying active6363
COVID-19Please select all the reasons explaining why you used the Arbutus Greenway more during the most closed phase of the COVID-19 lockdown.To meet up with people at a distance6363
COVID-19Please select all the reasons explaining why you used the Arbutus Greenway more during the most closed phase of the COVID-19 lockdown.Felt safe despite COVID-196363
COVID-19Please select all the reasons explaining why you used the Arbutus Greenway more during the most closed phase of the COVID-19 lockdown.Nearby walking destination6363
COVID-19Please select all the reasons explaining why you used the Arbutus Greenway more during the most closed phase of the COVID-19 lockdown.Felt safe from traffic6363
COVID-19Please select all the reasons explaining why you used the Arbutus Greenway more during the most closed phase of the COVID-19 lockdown.Other (please specify)6363
COVID-19Please select all the reasons explaining why you used the Arbutus Greenway more during the most closed phase of the COVID-19 lockdown.6363
COVID-19Please tell us why you used public transit less by ranking the following items based on how importantly they factored into your decision.Didn’t feel safe from contracting COVID-196565
COVID-19Please tell us why you used public transit less by ranking the following items based on how importantly they factored into your decision.Change in schedule made it not feasible6565
COVID-19Please tell us why you used public transit less by ranking the following items based on how importantly they factored into your decision.Change in route made it not feasible6565
COVID-19Please tell us why you used public transit less by ranking the following items based on how importantly they factored into your decision.Used active transportation instead (walking, cycling, etc.)6565
COVID-19Please tell us why you used public transit less by ranking the following items based on how importantly they factored into your decision.Used a car instead6565
COVID-19Please tell us why you used public transit less by ranking the following items based on how importantly they factored into your decision.My destinations were out of reach of transit6565
COVID-19Please tell us why you used public transit less by ranking the following items based on how importantly they factored into your decision.I did not need transit to access my destinations6565
COVID-19Please tell us why you used public transit more by ranking the following items based on how importantly they factored into your decision.Needed a place to spend time6464
COVID-19Please tell us why you used public transit more by ranking the following items based on how importantly they factored into your decision.Public spaces were closed6464
COVID-19Please tell us why you used public transit more by ranking the following items based on how importantly they factored into your decision.Free transit meant I could access more places6464
COVID-19Please tell us why you used public transit more by ranking the following items based on how importantly they factored into your decision.Preferred using transit over another mode of transportation6464
COVID-19Please tell us why you used public transit more by ranking the following items based on how importantly they factored into your decision.Less risk of COVID transmission compared to other modes6464
COVID-19During the most closed phase of the COVID-19 lockdown, did you use the following modes of transportation in a typical week more than, less than,or the same as you did prior to the COVID-19 pandemic?Driving618363618463
COVID-19During the most closed phase of the COVID-19 lockdown, did you use the following modes of transportation in a typical week more than, less than,or the same as you did prior to the COVID-19 pandemic?Cycling618363618463
COVID-19During the most closed phase of the COVID-19 lockdown, did you use the following modes of transportation in a typical week more than, less than,or the same as you did prior to the COVID-19 pandemic?Walking618363618463
COVID-19During the most closed phase of the COVID-19 lockdown, did you use the following modes of transportation in a typical week more than, less than,or the same as you did prior to the COVID-19 pandemic?Public transit618363618463
COVID-19During the most closed phase of the COVID-19 lockdown, how satisfied were you with your level of physical activity?658466658566
COVID-19During the most closed phase of the COVID-19 lockdown, how satisfied were you with your ability to connect with others?668567668667
COVID-19During the most closed phase of the COVID-19 lockdown, did you make trips for the following activities?School608262608362
COVID-19During the most closed phase of the COVID-19 lockdown, did you make trips for the following activities?Groceries608262608362
COVID-19During the most closed phase of the COVID-19 lockdown, did you make trips for the following activities?Medical trips (doctor's visit, walk in, etc.)608262608362
COVID-19During the most closed phase of the COVID-19 lockdown, did you make trips for the following activities?Caretaking608262608362
COVID-19During the most closed phase of the COVID-19 lockdown, did you make trips for the following activities?Social, Entertainment, Eating Out608262608362
COVID-19During the most closed phase of the COVID-19 lockdown, did you make trips for the following activities?Recreation / Exercise608262608362
COVID-19During the most closed phase of the COVID-19 lockdown, how would you have rated your overall well-being?678668678768
COVID-19In the current context, have you been using the Arbutus Greenway less than, more than, or the same as you did prior to the COVID-19 pandemic?7171
COVID-19Please select all the reasons explaining why you use the Arbutus Greenway less now than prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.7373
COVID-19Please select all the reasons explaining why you use the Arbutus Greenway less now than prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.Used other outdoor spaces instead7373
COVID-19Please select all the reasons explaining why you use the Arbutus Greenway less now than prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.Too crowded7373
COVID-19Please select all the reasons explaining why you use the Arbutus Greenway less now than prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.Didn’t feel safe because of COVID-197373
COVID-19Please select all the reasons explaining why you use the Arbutus Greenway less now than prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.Too far away7373
COVID-19Please select all the reasons explaining why you use the Arbutus Greenway less now than prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.Didn’t feel safe from traffic7373
COVID-19Please select all the reasons explaining why you use the Arbutus Greenway less now than prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.Other (please specify)7373
COVID-19Please select all the reasons explaining why you use the Arbutus Greenway less now than prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.7373
COVID-19Please select all the reasons explaining why you use the Arbutus Greenway more now than prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.7272
COVID-19Please select all the reasons explaining why you use the Arbutus Greenway more now than prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.Staying active7272
COVID-19Please select all the reasons explaining why you use the Arbutus Greenway more now than prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.To meet up with people at a distance7272
COVID-19Please select all the reasons explaining why you use the Arbutus Greenway more now than prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.Felt safe despite COVID-197272
COVID-19Please select all the reasons explaining why you use the Arbutus Greenway more now than prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.Nearby walking destination7272
COVID-19Please select all the reasons explaining why you use the Arbutus Greenway more now than prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.Felt safe from traffic7272
COVID-19Please select all the reasons explaining why you use the Arbutus Greenway more now than prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.Other (please specify)7272
COVID-19Please select all the reasons explaining why you use the Arbutus Greenway more now than prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.7272
COVID-19Please tell us why you use public transit less by ranking the following items based on how importantly they factor into your decision.Don't feel safe from contracting COVID-197777
COVID-19Please tell us why you use public transit less by ranking the following items based on how importantly they factor into your decision.Change in schedule makes it not feasible7777
COVID-19Please tell us why you use public transit less by ranking the following items based on how importantly they factor into your decision.Change in route makes it not feasible7777
COVID-19Please tell us why you use public transit less by ranking the following items based on how importantly they factor into your decision.Using active transportation instead (walking, cycling, etc.)7777
COVID-19Please tell us why you use public transit less by ranking the following items based on how importantly they factor into your decision.Using a car instead7777
COVID-19Please tell us why you use public transit less by ranking the following items based on how importantly they factor into your decision.My destinations are out of reach of transit7777
COVID-19Please tell us why you use public transit less by ranking the following items based on how importantly they factor into your decision.I do not need transit to access my destinations7777
COVID-19Please tell us why you use public transit more by ranking the following items based on how importantly they factor into your decision.Need a place to spend time7676
COVID-19Please tell us why you use public transit more by ranking the following items based on how importantly they factor into your decision.Public spaces are closed7676
COVID-19Please tell us why you use public transit more by ranking the following items based on how importantly they factor into your decision.Prefer using transit over another mode of transportation7676
COVID-19Please tell us why you use public transit more by ranking the following items based on how importantly they factor into your decision.Less risk of COVID transmission compared to other modes7676
COVID-19In the current context, how satisfied are you with your level of physical activity?749178749278302129302129
COVID-19In the current context, how satisfied are you with your ability to connect with others?759279759379413240413240
COVID-19In the current context, how many trips do you make per week?Now, I make…688773688873
COVID-19In the current context, do you make trips for the following activities?Work698874698974
COVID-19In the current context, do you make trips for the following activities?School698874698974
COVID-19In the current context, do you make trips for the following activities?Groceries698874698974
COVID-19In the current context, do you make trips for the following activities?Medical trips (doctor's visit, walk in, etc.)698874698974
COVID-19In the current context, do you make trips for the following activities?Caretaking698874698974
COVID-19In the current context, do you make trips for the following activities?Social, Entertainment, Eating Out698874698974
COVID-19In the current context, do you make trips for the following activities?Recreation / Exercise698874698974
COVID-19In the current context, have you been using the following less than, more than, or the same as you did prior to the COVID-19 pandemic?Protected bike paths90911919
COVID-19In the current context, have you been using the following less than, more than, or the same as you did prior to the COVID-19 pandemic?Pedestrianized streets90911919
COVID-19In the current context, have you been using the following less than, more than, or the same as you did prior to the COVID-19 pandemic?City parks90911919
COVID-19In the current context, have you been using the following less than, more than, or the same as you did prior to the COVID-19 pandemic?Public spaces (e.g. parklets, public plazas, squares, etc.)90911919
COVID-19In the current context, how would you rate your overall well-being?769380769480382937382937
COVID-19Please rank the following temporary interventions from 1 being most effective to 5 as least effective to encourage mobility in Saskatoon during the height of the COVID-19 lockdown.Reduced capacity on buses to accommodate for physical distancing7070
COVID-19Please rank the following temporary interventions from 1 being most effective to 5 as least effective to encourage mobility in Saskatoon during the height of the COVID-19 lockdown.Back door loading/ no fares collected7070
COVID-19Please rank the following temporary interventions from 1 being most effective to 5 as least effective to encourage mobility in Saskatoon during the height of the COVID-19 lockdown.Changes in routes/schedule7070
COVID-19Please rank the following temporary interventions from 1 being most effective to 5 as least effective to encourage mobility in Saskatoon during the height of the COVID-19 lockdown.Extra buses on busy routes7070
COVID-19Please rank the following temporary interventions from 1 being most effective to 5 as least effective to encourage mobility in Saskatoon during the height of the COVID-19 lockdown.Public Paid Parking not enforced7070
COVID-19During the height of the COVID-19 lockdown, which of the following statement best represents the reason you took public transit?7272
COVID-19When thinking of the term “safety” and the use of public transit, please rank the following from safest to least safe.Risk of contracting COVID-197171
COVID-19When thinking of the term “safety” and the use of public transit, please rank the following from safest to least safe.Using the bus late at night7171
COVID-19When thinking of the term “safety” and the use of public transit, please rank the following from safest to least safe.Waiting for the bus at bus shelters7171
COVID-19When thinking of the term “safety” and the use of public transit, please rank the following from safest to least safe.Physical safety from other riders on the bus7171
COVID-19When thinking of the term “safety” and the use of public transit, please rank the following from safest to least safe.Being involved in a collision while riding the bus7171
COVID-19During the height of the COVID-19 lockdown, how satisfied were you with Saskatoon Transit’s response to the lockdown?6969
GentrificationOn a scale from 1 to 10 with 1 being the not at all and 10 being very much so, do you think your neighbourhood is going through gentrification?73735656
DemographicsWhat are your total monthly housing costs? This includes rent payments, mortgage payments, property taxes, condominium fees, and utility payments, like heating, water and electricity.89107949211298
GentrificationOn a scale from 1 to 10 with 1 being the least and 10 being the most, overall how much change has happened in your neighbourhood during the last three to five years?70705454
GentrificationIn what ways are people who are moving into your neighbourhood different than you? Check all that apply.67675353
GentrificationIn what ways are people who are moving into your neighbourhood different than you? Check all that apply.Racial or ethnic background67675353
GentrificationIn what ways are people who are moving into your neighbourhood different than you? Check all that apply.The activities they enjoy67675353
GentrificationIn what ways are people who are moving into your neighbourhood different than you? Check all that apply.Income or wealth67675353
GentrificationIn what ways are people who are moving into your neighbourhood different than you? Check all that apply.Job or employment6767
GentrificationIn what ways are people who are moving into your neighbourhood different than you? Check all that apply.Education67675353
GentrificationIn what ways are people who are moving into your neighbourhood different than you? Check all that apply.They are students67675353
GentrificationIn what ways are people who are moving into your neighbourhood different than you? Check all that apply.Family structure67675353
GentrificationIn what ways are people who are moving into your neighbourhood different than you? Check all that apply.Age67675353
GentrificationIn what ways are people who are moving into your neighbourhood different than you? Check all that apply.Religion6767
GentrificationIn what ways are people who are moving into your neighbourhood different than you? Check all that apply.Culture and values67675353
GentrificationIn what ways are people who are moving into your neighbourhood different than you? Check all that apply.Other67675353
GentrificationIn what ways are people who are moving into your neighbourhood different than you? Check all that apply.67675353
GentrificationThese questions will ask for your feelings about any changes within your neighbourhood. Rate your agreement with each statement from “strongly agree” to “strongly disagree.If I had to move right now, I could afford to move to a similar house or apartment within my neighbourhood7272
GentrificationThese questions will ask for your feelings about any changes within your neighbourhood. Rate your agreement with each statement from “strongly agree” to “strongly disagree.I feel welcome in most new businesses in my neighbourhood7272
GentrificationThese questions will ask for your feelings about any changes within your neighbourhood. Rate your agreement with each statement from “strongly agree” to “strongly disagree.I feel the personality of my neighbourhood has changed7272
GentrificationThese questions will ask for your feelings about any changes within your neighbourhood. Rate your agreement with each statement from “strongly agree” to “strongly disagree.I trust people moving into my neighbourhood7272
GentrificationThese questions will ask for your feelings about any changes within your neighbourhood. Rate your agreement with each statement from “strongly agree” to “strongly disagree.I feel good about the changes happening in my neighbourhood7272
GentrificationThese questions will ask for your feelings about any changes within your neighbourhood. Rate your agreement with each statement from “strongly agree” to “strongly disagree.I am afraid of being pushed or forced out of my neighbourhood7272
GentrificationThese questions will ask for your feelings about any changes within your neighbourhood. Rate your agreement with each statement from “strongly agree” to “strongly disagree.I would support changes to my neighbourhood (e.g. new stores, parks) even if the changes make it more expensive for me to live here7272
GentrificationThese questions will ask for your feelings about any changes within your neighbourhood. Rate your agreement with each statement from “strongly agree” to “strongly disagree.Changes in my neighbourhood are meant for people like me7272
GentrificationThese questions will ask for your feelings about any changes within your neighbourhood. Rate your agreement with each statement from “strongly agree” to “strongly disagree.My neighbourhood is experiencing development that has caused concerns about higher cost of living7272
GentrificationHow much interest do people moving into your neighbourhood take in existing businesses or organizations (e.g. community organizations, schools)?6969
GentrificationDo people moving into your neighbourhood call it by a different name than long-term residents?6868
GentrificationThere are a lot of new people moving into my neighbourhood.66665252
GentrificationOn a scale from 1 to 10 with 1 being the slowest and 10 being the fastest, how quickly have changes been happening in your neighbourhood during the last three to five years?71715555
GentrificationThinking about changes in your neighbourhood, please identify the degree to which the following changes have happened.New businesses are opening6565
GentrificationThinking about changes in your neighbourhood, please identify the degree to which the following changes have happened.Long-standing businesses are being replaced by different businesses65655151
GentrificationThinking about changes in your neighbourhood, please identify the degree to which the following changes have happened.More expensive or fancier grocery stores are opening65655151
GentrificationThinking about changes in your neighbourhood, please identify the degree to which the following changes have happened.The cost of housing have increased (i.e. renting or buying)65655151
GentrificationThinking about changes in your neighbourhood, please identify the degree to which the following changes have happened.The costs of necessary expenses other than housing have increased (e.g., childcare; groceries; transit)65655151
GentrificationThinking about changes in your neighbourhood, please identify the degree to which the following changes have happened.Construction of new buildings on vacant lots or to replace old buildings6565
GentrificationThinking about changes in your neighbourhood, please identify the degree to which the following changes have happened.Construction of new or improved resources, such as parks, bike lanes, transit, or sidewalks6565
GentrificationThinking about changes in your neighbourhood, please identify the degree to which the following changes have happened.People are “flipping” properties, buying and fixing them up to rent or sell6565
GentrificationThinking about changes in your neighbourhood, please identify the degree to which the following changes have happened.Changes are leading to tension or conflict between me and my neighbours65655151
SleepHow much do you typically sleep on…weeknights (Sunday to Thursday)4343
SleepHow much do you typically sleep on…weekend nights (Friday to Saturday)4343
SleepIf I get less than _____ hours of sleep, I notice an impairment in my ability to function at work’.4444
SleepIn the past month, when have you usually gone to bed?3939
SleepIn the past month, how long (in minutes) has it taken you to fall asleep each night?4040
SleepIn the past month, when have you usually gotten up in the morning?4141
SleepDuring the past month, how would you rate your sleep quality overall?4242
SleepDuring the past month, how often have you had trouble staying awake while driving, eating meals, or engaging in social activity?4545
Overall, how safe do you think…walking is in your city?291428291428
In the last 7 days, did you do any vigorous physical activity, like heavy lifting, digging, aerobics, or fast cycling?(Later, we will ask about your moderate intensity activities. Please only include vigorous physical activity here.)312230312230
In the last 7 days, did you do any vigorous physical activity, like heavy lifting, digging, aerobics, or fast cycling?In the last 7 days, on how many days did you do vigorous physical activities?312230312230
In the last 7 days, did you do any moderate physical activity like carrying light loads, cycling at a regular pace, or walking?322331322331
In the last 7 days, did you do any moderate physical activity like carrying light loads, cycling at a regular pace, or walking?In the last 7 days, on how many days did you do moderate physical activities?322331322331
How attached are you to your neighbourhood?494048494048
In my neighbourhood…There are no urban furnishings like benches, play areas, or sports fields.4242
How confident are you that you could move into a new place to live in your neighborhood if you had to leave your current home?5959
Do you have any health, physical, or sensory issues that limit your ability to walk or cycle?667865677966
In the last 7 days, did you do any vigorous physical activity, like heavy lifting, digging, aerobics, or fast cycling?How much time did you usually spend doing vigorous physical activities on one of those days?312230312230
In the last 7 days, did you do any moderate physical activity like carrying light loads, cycling at a regular pace, or walking?How much time did you usually spend doing moderate physical activities on one of those days?322331322331
Social participationDo you ever give or receive help/advice from a neighbour?How often?463745463745
Neighbourhood selectionBefore moving into your current dwelling, when you were looking for a neighbourhood to live in, to what extent were the following characteristics important?j. A neighbourhood where housing is affordable505749505749
Which category best describes your annual household income, taking into account all sources of income?7374
How often do you typically travel by foot during the summer period?33
How often do you typically travel by foot during the winter period?44
How often do you typically travel by public transit during the summer period?77
How often do you typically travel by public transit during the winter period?88
How often do you typically travel by car during the summer period?99
How often do you typically travel by car during the winter period?1010
How often do you typically travel by bike during the summer period?55
How often do you typically travel by bike during the winter period?66
Do you use any of these axes when you travel by bike in Montréal?1515
Do you use any of these axes when you travel by bike in Montréal?1616
Do you use any of these axes when you travel by bike in Montréal?1717
Do you use any of these axes when you travel by bike in Montréal?1818
What are your household’s monthly housing costs?Monthly rent6161
What are your household’s monthly housing costs?Other monthly housing costs6161
What are your household’s monthly housing costs?Cost of monthly mortgage6262
To what extent are you concerned that you will be pushed or forced to leave your home in the next few years?6363
Do you currently travel along the Arbutus Greenway?11
Do you currently travel along the Central Valley Greenway?22
Do you currently travel along the Comox-Helmcken Greenway?33
Do you currently travel along the Seaside Greenway?44
Do you currently travel along the Ontario Greenway?55
Do you currently travel along the Granville Greenway?66
Do you currently travel along the Ridgeway Greenway?77
Do you currently travel along the BC Parkway?88
Do you currently travel along the Masumi Mitsui Greenway (North Arm Trail Greenway)?99
Do you currently travel along the Fraser River Trail?1010
Do you currently travel along another greenway?1111
Do you currently travel along another greenway?Please specify:1111
Do you think that building City Greenways (e.g., Arbutus, Central Valley, Comox-Helmcken, Seaside Greenways) is a good or bad idea for Vancouver?1212
How safe do you feel travelling along City Greenways, in terms of safety from motor traffic?1313
How safe do you feel travelling along City Greenways, in terms of personal safety (fear of crime, street harassment, verbal abuse/shouting, etc.)?1414
How comfortable do you feel travelling along City Greenways, in terms of your overall experience?1515
In your opinion, the maintenance of City Greenways is excellent, good, fair, or poor?1616
Which of the following amenities encourage you to use the greenways more?Please specify:1717
What are your main reasons for visiting or travelling along City Greenways?Please specify:1818
When using City Greenways to make transportation trips, what are your main destinations?Please specify:1919
What do you consider to be the longest reasonable walking time to reach a City Greenway from your home?2020
Do you currently travel along the Arbutus Greenway?How often do you travel along the Arbutus Greenway in the winter?11
Do you currently travel along the Arbutus Greenway?On average, how often do you travel along the Arbutus Greenway during the rest of the year?11
Do you currently travel along the Arbutus Greenway?How do you travel along the Arbutus Greenway?11
Do you currently travel along the Arbutus Greenway?How do you travel along the Arbutus Greenway? | Walk or roll11
Do you currently travel along the Arbutus Greenway?How do you travel along the Arbutus Greenway? | Cycle11
Do you currently travel along the Arbutus Greenway?How do you travel along the Arbutus Greenway? | Use micro-mobility, like an e-scooter, e-skateboard, hoverboard, etc.11
Do you currently travel along the Central Valley Greenway?How often do you travel along the Central Valley Greenway in the winter?22
Do you currently travel along the Central Valley Greenway?On average, how often do you travel along the Central Valley Greenway during the rest of the year?22
Do you currently travel along the Central Valley Greenway?How do you travel along the Central Valley Greenway?22
Do you currently travel along the Central Valley Greenway?How do you travel along the Central Valley Greenway? | Walk or roll22
Do you currently travel along the Central Valley Greenway?How do you travel along the Central Valley Greenway? | Cycle22
Do you currently travel along the Central Valley Greenway?How do you travel along the Central Valley Greenway? | Use micro-mobility, like an e-scooter, e-skateboard, hoverboard, etc.22
Do you currently travel along the Comox-Helmcken Greenway?How often do you travel along the Comox-Helmcken Greenway in the winter?33
Do you currently travel along the Comox-Helmcken Greenway?On average, how often do you travel along the Comox-Helmcken Greenway during the rest of the year?33
Do you currently travel along the Comox-Helmcken Greenway?How do you travel along the Comox-Helmcken Greenway?33
Do you currently travel along the Comox-Helmcken Greenway?How do you travel along the Comox-Helmcken Greenway? | Walk or roll33
Do you currently travel along the Comox-Helmcken Greenway?How do you travel along the Comox-Helmcken Greenway? | Cycle33
Do you currently travel along the Comox-Helmcken Greenway?How do you travel along the Comox-Helmcken Greenway? | Use micro-mobility, like an e-scooter, e-skateboard, hoverboard, etc.33
Do you currently travel along the Seaside Greenway?How often do you travel along the Seaside Greenway in the winter?44
Do you currently travel along the Seaside Greenway?On average, how often do you travel along the Seaside Greenway during the rest of the year?44
Do you currently travel along the Seaside Greenway?How do you travel along the Seaside Greenway?44
Do you currently travel along the Seaside Greenway?How do you travel along the Seaside Greenway? | Walk or roll44
Do you currently travel along the Seaside Greenway?How do you travel along the Seaside Greenway? | Cycle44
Do you currently travel along the Seaside Greenway?How do you travel along the Seaside Greenway? | Use micro-mobility, like an e-scooter, e-skateboard, hoverboard, etc.44
Do you currently travel along the Ontario Greenway?How often do you travel along the Ontario Greenway in the winter?55
Do you currently travel along the Ontario Greenway?On average, how often do you travel along the Ontario Greenway during the rest of the year?55
Do you currently travel along the Ontario Greenway?How do you travel along the Ontario Greenway?55
Do you currently travel along the Ontario Greenway?How do you travel along the Ontario Greenway? | Walk or roll55
Do you currently travel along the Ontario Greenway?How do you travel along the Ontario Greenway? | Cycle55
Do you currently travel along the Ontario Greenway?How do you travel along the Ontario Greenway? | Use micro-mobility, like an e-scooter, e-skateboard, hoverboard, etc.55
Do you currently travel along the Granville Greenway?How often do you travel along the Granville Greenway in the winter?66
Do you currently travel along the Granville Greenway?On average, how often do you travel along the Granville Greenway during the rest of the year?66
Do you currently travel along the Granville Greenway?How do you travel along the Granville Greenway?66
Do you currently travel along the Granville Greenway?How do you travel along the Granville Greenway? | Walk or roll66
Do you currently travel along the Granville Greenway?How do you travel along the Granville Greenway? | Cycle66
Do you currently travel along the Granville Greenway?How do you travel along the Granville Greenway? | Use micro-mobility, like an e-scooter, e-skateboard, hoverboard, etc.66
Do you currently travel along the Ridgeway Greenway?How often do you travel along the Ridgeway Greenway in the winter?77
Do you currently travel along the Ridgeway Greenway?On average, how often do you travel along the Ridgeway Greenway during the rest of the year?77
Do you currently travel along the Ridgeway Greenway?How do you travel along the Ridgeway Greenway?77
Do you currently travel along the Ridgeway Greenway?How do you travel along the Ridgeway Greenway? | Walk or roll77
Do you currently travel along the Ridgeway Greenway?How do you travel along the Ridgeway Greenway? | Cycle77
Do you currently travel along the Ridgeway Greenway?How do you travel along the Ridgeway Greenway? | Use micro-mobility, like an e-scooter, e-skateboard, hoverboard, etc.77
Do you currently travel along the BC Parkway?How often do you travel along the BC Parkway in the winter?88
Do you currently travel along the BC Parkway?On average, how often do you travel along the BC Parkway during the rest of the year?88
Do you currently travel along the BC Parkway?How do you travel along the BC Parkway?88
Do you currently travel along the BC Parkway?How do you travel along the BC Parkway? | Walk or roll88
Do you currently travel along the BC Parkway?How do you travel along the BC Parkway? | Cycle88
Do you currently travel along the BC Parkway?How do you travel along the BC Parkway? | Use micro-mobility, like an e-scooter, e-skateboard, hoverboard, etc.88
Do you currently travel along the Masumi Mitsui Greenway (North Arm Trail Greenway)?How often do you travel along the Masumi Mitsui Greenway (North Arm Trail Greenway) in the winter?99
Do you currently travel along the Masumi Mitsui Greenway (North Arm Trail Greenway)?On average, how often do you travel along the Masumi Mitsui Greenway (North Arm Trail Greenway) during the rest of the year?99
Do you currently travel along the Masumi Mitsui Greenway (North Arm Trail Greenway)?How do you travel along the Masumi Mitsui Greenway (North Arm Trail Greenway)?99
Do you currently travel along the Masumi Mitsui Greenway (North Arm Trail Greenway)?How do you travel along the Masumi Mitsui Greenway (North Arm Trail Greenway)? | Walk or roll99
Do you currently travel along the Masumi Mitsui Greenway (North Arm Trail Greenway)?How do you travel along the Masumi Mitsui Greenway (North Arm Trail Greenway)? | Cycle99
Do you currently travel along the Masumi Mitsui Greenway (North Arm Trail Greenway)?How do you travel along the Masumi Mitsui Greenway (North Arm Trail Greenway)? | Use micro-mobility, like an e-scooter, e-skateboard, hoverboard, etc.99
Do you currently travel along the Fraser River Trail?How often do you travel along the Fraser River Trail in the winter?1010
Do you currently travel along the Fraser River Trail?On average, how often do you travel along the Fraser River Trail during the rest of the year?1010
Do you currently travel along the Fraser River Trail?How do you travel along the Fraser River Trail?1010
Do you currently travel along the Fraser River Trail?How do you travel along the Fraser River Trail? | Walk or roll1010
Do you currently travel along the Fraser River Trail?How do you travel along the Fraser River Trail? | Cycle1010
Do you currently travel along the Fraser River Trail?How do you travel along the Fraser River Trail? | Use micro-mobility, like an e-scooter, e-skateboard, hoverboard, etc.1010
Do you currently travel along another greenway?How often do you travel along this greenway in the winter?1111
Do you currently travel along another greenway?On average, how often do you travel along this greenway during the rest of the year?1111
Do you currently travel along another greenway?How do you travel along this greenway?1111
Do you currently travel along another greenway?How do you travel along this greenway? | Walk or roll1111
Do you currently travel along another greenway?How do you travel along this greenway? | Cycle1111
Do you currently travel along another greenway?How do you travel along this greenway? | Use micro-mobility, like an e-scooter, e-skateboard, hoverboard, etc.1111
Which of the following amenities encourage you to use the greenways more?Check all that apply.1717
Which of the following amenities encourage you to use the greenways more?Recycling or waste receptacles/garbage cans1717
Which of the following amenities encourage you to use the greenways more?Benches/seating1717
Which of the following amenities encourage you to use the greenways more?Bicycle parking1717
Which of the following amenities encourage you to use the greenways more?Bathrooms1717
Which of the following amenities encourage you to use the greenways more?Lighting1717
Which of the following amenities encourage you to use the greenways more?Water fountains1717
Which of the following amenities encourage you to use the greenways more?Picnic areas1717
Which of the following amenities encourage you to use the greenways more?Patios/parklets1717
Which of the following amenities encourage you to use the greenways more?Plazas1717
Which of the following amenities encourage you to use the greenways more?Playgrounds1717
Which of the following amenities encourage you to use the greenways more?Mobi stations1717
Which of the following amenities encourage you to use the greenways more?Public art1717
Which of the following amenities encourage you to use the greenways more?Shady zones1717
Which of the following amenities encourage you to use the greenways more?Car-free routes (spaces for walking, rolling, and cycling, only)1717
Which of the following amenities encourage you to use the greenways more?Green infrastructure/rain gardens1717
Which of the following amenities encourage you to use the greenways more?Community gardens1717
Which of the following amenities encourage you to use the greenways more?Place-making (e.g., food trucks) and programming (e.g., festivals and activities)1717
Which of the following amenities encourage you to use the greenways more?Other1717
Which of the following amenities encourage you to use the greenways more?None1717
What are your main reasons for visiting or travelling along City Greenways?Select up to 3.1818
What are your main reasons for visiting or travelling along City Greenways?Play (e.g., games, sports, playgrounds for kids)1818
What are your main reasons for visiting or travelling along City Greenways?Seating/resting/relaxing in nature or green spaces1818
What are your main reasons for visiting or travelling along City Greenways?Recreation or exercise1818
What are your main reasons for visiting or travelling along City Greenways?Transportation trips (getting from A to B)1818
What are your main reasons for visiting or travelling along City Greenways?Outdoor meeting space to socialize or meet people1818
What are your main reasons for visiting or travelling along City Greenways?Taking part in festivals or programmed activities1818
What are your main reasons for visiting or travelling along City Greenways?Other1818
When using City Greenways to make transportation trips, what are your main destinations?Select up to 3.1919
When using City Greenways to make transportation trips, what are your main destinations?Parks/beaches/other public space (e.g., plazas)1919
When using City Greenways to make transportation trips, what are your main destinations?Workplace or post-secondary institution (e.g., University, college)1919
When using City Greenways to make transportation trips, what are your main destinations?Grade school (e.g., primary or secondary schools, after-school activities)1919
When using City Greenways to make transportation trips, what are your main destinations?Bus stop or SkyTrain station1919
When using City Greenways to make transportation trips, what are your main destinations?Grocery store1919
When using City Greenways to make transportation trips, what are your main destinations?Retail shopping store1919
When using City Greenways to make transportation trips, what are your main destinations?Doctor, pharmacy, or care facility1919
When using City Greenways to make transportation trips, what are your main destinations?Homes of friends or family1919
When using City Greenways to make transportation trips, what are your main destinations?Restaurant or dining/drinking establishments1919
When using City Greenways to make transportation trips, what are your main destinations?Childcare facility1919
When using City Greenways to make transportation trips, what are your main destinations?Public facility (e.g., library, community centre, et cetera)1919
When using City Greenways to make transportation trips, what are your main destinations?Entertainment venues (e.g., clubs, theatres, et cetera)1919
When using City Greenways to make transportation trips, what are your main destinations?Other1919
Are you using City Greenways less than, more than, or the same as you did prior to the COVID-19 pandemic?2121
Please select all the reasons explaining why you use City Greenways more now than prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.2222
Please select all the reasons explaining why you use City Greenways more now than prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.Staying active2222
Please select all the reasons explaining why you use City Greenways more now than prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.Connect to nature2222
Please select all the reasons explaining why you use City Greenways more now than prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.To meet up with people at a distance2222
Please select all the reasons explaining why you use City Greenways more now than prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.Felt safe despite COVID-192222
Please select all the reasons explaining why you use City Greenways more now than prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.Travel to destinations like schools, shops/services, work, etc.2222
Please select all the reasons explaining why you use City Greenways more now than prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.Nearby destination for recreation/exercise2222
Please select all the reasons explaining why you use City Greenways more now than prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.Felt safe from traffic2222
Please select all the reasons explaining why you use City Greenways more now than prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.Other2222
Please select all the reasons explaining why you use City Greenways more now than prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.Please specify:2222
Please select all the reasons explaining why you use the City Greenways less now than prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.2323
Please select all the reasons explaining why you use the City Greenways less now than prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.Motor vehicle volumes along route are too high2323
Please select all the reasons explaining why you use the City Greenways less now than prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.Not enough separation from vehicles on shared roadways2323
Please select all the reasons explaining why you use the City Greenways less now than prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.Too crowded- lacks adequate space for walking/rolling/cycling2323
Please select all the reasons explaining why you use the City Greenways less now than prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.Didn’t feel safe because of COVID-192323
Please select all the reasons explaining why you use the City Greenways less now than prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.Too far away2323
Please select all the reasons explaining why you use the City Greenways less now than prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.Doesn’t go near my desired destinations2323
Please select all the reasons explaining why you use the City Greenways less now than prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.Didn’t feel safe from motor vehicle traffic2323
Please select all the reasons explaining why you use the City Greenways less now than prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.Other2323
Please select all the reasons explaining why you use the City Greenways less now than prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.Please specify:2323

VERITAS questionnaire

VERITAS (Visualisation, Evaluation and Recording of Itineraries and Activity Spaces) is a map-based survey that aims to collect data to help understand the complex interactions between daily mobility, social networks, and urban environments. These questions are asked across all sites.

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CoreResidence and NeighbourhoodYou can see your place of residence indicated on the map. It is represented by a house icon with a red door. If you were asked to draw the boundaries of your neighbourhood, what would they be?44541111436313
CoreResidence and NeighbourhoodHow attached are you to your neighbourhood?95652222547424
CoreResidence and NeighbourhoodOn average in the past month, how many hours per day do you spend outside of your home?35
CoreResidence and NeighbourhoodOf this time spent outside your home in the past month, on average how many hours per day do you spend outside your neighbourhood?46
CoreResidence and NeighbourhoodAre there one or more areas close to where you live that you tend to avoid because you do not feel safe there (for any reason)?1289855558710757
CoreResidence and NeighbourhoodCan you draw the boundaries of the area(s) you tend to avoid?13910966669811868
CoreResidence and NeighbourhoodIn the past month, did you spend the night somewhere other than your home at least once per week?79
CoreResidence and NeighbourhoodCan you tell us where you spent the night at least once per week in the past month other than at your home?810
CoreSocial contactHere are people you listed as being part of your personal network in **Date_of_Previous_Data_Collection_Wave**. Review each person’s information and make any changes to reflect your current relationship. You will be able to add people later, as you go through the questionnaire.99999
CoreSocial contactNow, here are the groups you listed as being part of your network in **Date_of_Previous_Data_Collection_Wave**. Review each group’s information and make any changes to reflect your current relationship. You will be able to add more groups later, as you go through the questionnaire.1010101010
CoreOccupationAre you currently working?2012131211111111121114111136311232
CoreOccupationWhere do you work?2113141312121212131215121212
CoreOccupationOn average in the past month, how many hours per week do you work?1313
CoreOccupationAre you currently a registered student?2416171615141515161418141569614565
CoreOccupationWhere do you study?2517181716151616171519151615
CoreOccupationOn average, how many hours per week do you study?2618191817161717181620161716
CoreIn previous questionnaires, you reported shopping at least once a month at these locations. Did you visit these places at least once in the past month? If yes, please complete the following information.18
CoreThinking about the places where you shop, are there other supermarkets, farmers markets, bakeries, specialty stores, convenience stores or liquor stores you visited at least once in the past month?19
CoreCan you locate these places?20
CoreIn previous questionnaires, you reported using services (e.g., the bank, hair salon or barber shop, post office, drug store, health care provider) at these locations. Did you visit these places at least once in the past month? If yes, please complete the following information.21
CoreThinking about the places where you use services, are there banks, hair salons, post offices, drugstores, doctor's offices, or other healthcare providers that you visited at least once in the past month?22
CoreCan you locate these places?23
Coren previous questionnaires, you reported using these public transit stops from your home. Did you visit these stops at least once in the past month? If yes, please complete the following information.24
CoreAre there other public transit stops you accessed from your home at least once in the past month?25
CoreCan you locate these public transit stops?26
CoreIn previous questionnaires, you reported doing leisure activities at these locations (parks, gyms, community centres, movie theatres, concert halls, churches, temples, restaurants (including patio dining), caf\u00e9s, bars, etc.). Did you visit these places at least once in the past month? If yes, please complete the following information.27
CoreThinking about the places where you do leisure activities, are there other parks, gyms, movie theaters, concert halls, churches, temples, restaurants (including for patio dining), cafés, bars or any places where you do leisure activities that you visited at least once in the past month?28
CoreCan you locate these places?29
CoreHere are the other places you reported regularly visiting in previous questionnaires. Did you visit these places at least once in the past month? If yes, please complete the following information.30
CoreAre there other places that you went to in the past month that we have not mentioned? For example: a mall, a daycare, a hardware store, or a community center.30313131
CoreAre there places that you went to in the past month that we have not mentioned? For example: a mall, a daycare, a hardware store, or a community center.30313131
CoreIn previous questionnaires, you reported visiting people at their home. Did you visit these places in the past month? If yes, please complete the following information.33
CoreDid you visit anyone else at their home at least once in the past month?34
CoreDid you visit anyone at their home at least once in the past month?34182118141514
CoreSocial contactGreat, we are almost done completing this questionnaire. You have documented all your activity places on a map, and specified with whom you generally do these activities. These last few questions concern the people you documented earlier.Among these people, who do you discuss important matters with?6458616036373838585761573656
CoreSocial contactGreat, we are almost done completing this questionnaire. You have documented all your activity places on a map, and specified with whom you generally do these activities. These last few questions concern the people you documented earlier.Among these people, who do you meet often with but do not necessarily feel close to?6458616036373838585761573656
CoreSocial contactGreat, we are almost done completing this questionnaire. You have documented all your activity places on a map, and specified with whom you generally do these activities. These last few questions concern the people you documented earlier.Among these people, who do you like to socialize with?6458616036373838585761573656
CoreSocial contactGreat, we are almost done completing this questionnaire. You have documented all your activity places on a map, and specified with whom you generally do these activities. These last few questions concern the people you documented earlier.Among these people, who knows whom?6458616036373838585761573656
CoreShopping activitiesDo you shop at a bakery at least once per month?3123242323212521
CoreShopping activitiesCan you locate the bakery or bakeries where you shop?3224252424222622
CoreShopping activitiesDid you shop at a bakery at least once in the past month?21
CoreShopping activitiesCan you locate the bakery or bakeries where you shopped?22
CoreServicesWhere is the bank you go to most often located?3731323131293329
CoreServicesWhere is the bank you go to most often located?I never or rarely go to the bank.37313231313329
CoreServicesWhere is the bank you go to most often located?I did not go to the bank in the past month.29
CoreServicesDid you go to the bank in the past month?29
CoreServicesDid you go to the bank in the past month?I did not go to the bank in the past month.29
CoreServicesWhere is the hair salon or barber shop you go to most often?3832333232303430
CoreServicesWhere is the hair salon or barber shop you go to most often?I never or rarely go to the hair salon or barbershop.38323332323430
CoreServicesWhere is the hair salon or barber shop you go to most often?I did not go to the hair salon or barber shop in the past month.30
CoreServicesDid you go to the hair salon or barber shop in the past month?30
CoreServicesDid you go to the hair salon or barber shop in the past month?I did not go to the hair salon or barber shop in the past month30
CoreShopping activitiesDo you go to a convenience store at least once per month?3527282727252925
CoreShopping activitiesCan you locate the convenience store(s) where you shop?3628292828263026
CoreShopping activitiesDid you go to a convenience store at least once in the past month?25
CoreShopping activitiesCan you locate the convenience store(s) where you shopped?26
CoreLeisure activitiesDo you participate in or attend as a spectator a cultural or non-sport leisure activity at least once per month? For example: singing or drawing lessons, book or poker club, concert or play.4842434242404440
CoreLeisure activitiesWhere do you do this activity or these activities?4943444343414541
CoreLeisure activitiesDid you participate in or attend as a spectator a cultural or non-sport leisure activity at least once in the past month?40
CoreLeisure activitiesWhere did you do this activity or these activities?41
Areas of changeCan you locate areas where you have noticed a deterioration of the urban environment?5857363737566056
Areas of changeCan you locate areas where you have noticed a deterioration of the urban environment?I haven’t noticed any changes.5857363737566056
CoreServicesWhere is the drugstore you go to most often?4034353434323632
CoreServicesWhere is the drugstore you go to most often?I never or rarely go to the drugstore.40343534343632
CoreServicesWhere is the drugstore you go to most often?I did not go to the drugstore in the past month.32
CoreServicesDid you go the drugstore in the past month?32
CoreServicesDid you go the drugstore in the past month?I did not go to the drugstore in the past month.32
CoreShopping activitiesDo you shop at a public/farmer’s market at least once per month?2921222121192319
CoreShopping activitiesCan you locate the public/farmer’s market(s) where you shop?3022232222202420
CoreShopping activitiesDid you shop at a public/farmer's market at least once in the last month?19
CoreShopping activitiesCan you locate the public/farmer's market(s) where you shopped?20
CoreIn **Date_of_Previous_Data_Collection_Wave**, you reported doing leisure activities at these locations. Do you still visit these places?27262727
CoreThinking about the places where you do leisure activities, are there other parks, gyms, movie theaters, concert halls, churchs, temples, restaurants, cafés, bars or any places where you do leisure activities and that you visit at least once per month?28272828
CoreThinking about the places where you do leisure activities, are there parks, gyms, movie theaters, concert halls, churchs, temples, restaurants, cafés, bars or any places where you do leisure activities and that you visit at least once per month?272828
CoreCan you locate this place?29282929
CoreIn **Date_of_Previous_Data_Collection_Wave**, you reported accessing these public transit stops from your home. Do you still access these places?24232424
CoreAre there other public transit stops you access from your home at least once per month?25242525
CoreAre there public transit stops you access from your home at least once per month?242525
CoreCan you locate this public transit stop?26252626
CoreIn **Date_of_Previous_Data_Collection_Wave**, you reported using services at these locations. Do you still visit these places?21202121
CoreThinking about the places where you use services, are there other banks, hair salons, post offices, drugstores, doctors or other healthcare providers you visit at least once per month?22212222
CoreThinking about the places where you use services, are there banks, hair salons, post offices, drugstores, doctor’s offices, or other healthcare providers that you visit at least once per month?212222
CoreCan you locate this place?23222323
CoreIn **Date_of_Previous_Data_Collection_Wave**, you reported shopping at these locations. Do you still visit these places?18171818
CoreThinking about the places where you shop, are there other supermarkets, farmers markets, bakeries, specialty stores, convenience stores or liquor stores you visit at least once per month?19181919
CoreThinking about the places where you shop, are there supermarkets, farmers markets, bakeries, specialty stores, convenience stores or liquor stores you visit at least once per month?181919
CoreCan you locate this shopping place?20192020
CoreServicesIf you need to visit a doctor or other healthcare provider, where do you go most often?4135363535333733
CoreServicesIf you need to visit a doctor or other healthcare provider, where do you go most often?I never or rarely visit a doctor or healthcare provider.41353635353733
CoreServicesIf you need to visit a doctor or other healthcare provider, where do you go most often?I did not go to the doctor's office in the past month.33
CoreServicesDid you visit a doctor or other healthcare provider in the past month?33
CoreServicesDid you visit a doctor or other healthcare provider in the past month?I did not go to the doctor's office in the past month.33
CoreResidence and NeighbourhoodPlease list all of the other places you have lived for six months or longer since 2006 and the corresponding time period.City:4
CoreResidence and NeighbourhoodPlease list all of the other places you have lived for six months or longer since 2006 and the corresponding time period.Address Line 1: (Street address)4
CoreResidence and NeighbourhoodPlease list all of the other places you have lived for six months or longer since 2006 and the corresponding time period.Address Line 2: (Apartment, suite, unit, building, floor, etc.)4
CoreResidence and NeighbourhoodPlease list all of the other places you have lived for six months or longer since 2006 and the corresponding time period.Postal Code:4
CoreResidence and NeighbourhoodPlease list all of the other places you have lived for six months or longer since 2006 and the corresponding time period.I lived here from…4
CoreResidence and NeighbourhoodFor each past place of residence, please enter the dates during which you lived at this place.I lived here from…5
CoreResidence and NeighbourhoodPlease list all of the other places you have lived for six months or longer since 2006 and the corresponding time period.to…4
CoreResidence and NeighbourhoodFor each past place of residence, please enter the dates during which you lived at this place.to…5
CoreResidence and NeighbourhoodPlease indicate on the map all the other places you have lived for six months or longer since 2006.4
CoreResidence and NeighbourhoodPlease indicate on the map all the other places you have lived for six months or longer since **Date_of_Previous_Data_Collection_Wave**.4
CoreResidence and NeighbourhoodNow, let’s start with your home. What is your address?City:111111111
CoreResidence and NeighbourhoodNow, let’s start with your home. What is your address?Address Line 1: (Street address)111111111
CoreResidence and NeighbourhoodNow, let’s start with your home. What is your address?Address Line 2: (Apartment, suite, unit, building, floor, etc.)111111111
CoreResidence and NeighbourhoodNow, let’s start with your home. What is your address?Postal Code:111111111
CoreResidence and NeighbourhoodDo you confirm this is the location of your home address?222222222
CoreResidence and NeighbourhoodWhen did you move to your current address?333333
CoreResidence and NeighbourhoodOn average, how many hours per day do you spend outside of your home?1067633336585
CoreResidence and NeighbourhoodOf this time spent outside your home, on average how many hours do you spend outside your neighbourhood?1178744447696
Areas of changeCan you locate areas where you have noticed an improvement of the urban environment?5756353636555955
Areas of changeCan you locate areas where you have noticed an improvement of the urban environment?I haven’t noticed any changes.5756353636555955
CoreLeisure activitiesDo you participate in any (individual or group) sports or leisure-time physical activities at least once per month?4438393838364036
CoreLeisure activitiesCan you locate the place where you do this sport or physical activity? If more than one activity is practiced at the same location, document all the activities that take place there, for example, weight lifting and swimming at a gym.4539403939374137
CoreLeisure activitiesDid you participate in any (individual or group) sports or leisure-time physical activities at least once in the past month?36
CoreLeisure activitiesCan you locate the place where you did this sport or physical activity?37
CoreShopping activitiesDo you go to a liquor store at least once per month?29302929273127
CoreShopping activitiesCan you locate the liquor store where you shop?30313030283228
CoreShopping activitiesDid you go to a liquor store at least once in the past month?27
CoreShopping activitiesCan you locate the liquor store where you shopped?28
CoreOther places/activitiesAre there other places that you go to at least once per month that we have not mentioned? For example: a mall, a daycare, a hardware store, or a community center.6054555454525652
CoreOther places/activitiesCan you locate this place?615556553231323255535753
CoreAre there other places that you currently go to at least once per month that we have not mentioned? For example: a mall, a daycare, a hardware store, or a community center.31
CoreAre there places that you currently go to at least once per month that we have not mentioned? For example: a mall, a daycare, a hardware store, or a community center.31
CoreHere are the other places you reported regularly visiting in **Date_of_Previous_Data_Collection_Wave**. Do you still visit these places?30293030
CoreResidence and NeighbourhoodDo you spend the night somewhere other than your home at least once per week?141011107777109129
CoreResidence and NeighbourhoodCan you show us where you spend the night at least once per week other than at your home?15111211888811101310
CoreOther places/activitiesAre there other places that you went to at least once in the past month that we have not mentioned?21242152161716
CoreOther places/activitiesCan you locate this place?53
CoreLeisure activitiesDo you visit a park at least once per month?4640414040384238
CoreLeisure activitiesWhere is this park?4741424141394339
CoreLeisure activitiesDid you visit a park at least once in the past month?38
CoreLeisure activitiesWhere are these park(s)?39
CoreServicesWhere is the post office where you go to most often?3933343333313531
CoreServicesWhere is the post office where you go to most often?I never or rarely go to the post office.39333433333531
CoreServicesWhere is the post office where you go to most often?I did not go to the post office in the past month.31
CoreServicesDid you go to the post office in the past month?31
CoreServicesDid you go to the post office in the past month?I did not go to the post office in the past month31
CoreTransportationDo you use public transit from your home?4236373636343834
CoreTransportationWhere are the public transit stops that you access from your home?4337383737353935
CoreTransportationDid you use public transit from your home at least once in the past month?34
CoreTransportationWhere are the public transit stops that you accessed from your home?35
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CoreLeisure activitiesDo you go to a restaurant, café, bar or other food and drink establishment at least once per month?5448494848465046
CoreLeisure activitiesWhere is this food and drink establishment(s) located?5549504949475147
CoreLeisure activitiesDid you go to a restaurant, café, bar or other food and drink establishment at least once in the past month?46
CoreLeisure activitiesWhere are these food and drink establishments located?47
CoreShopping activitiesDo you go to a specialty food store at least once per month? For example: a cheese shop, fruit and vegetable store, butcher’s shop, natural and health food store.3325262525232723
CoreShopping activitiesCan you locate the specialty food store(s) where you shop?3426272626242824
CoreShopping activitiesDid you go to a specialty food store at least once in the past month?23
CoreShopping activitiesCan you locate the specialty food store(s) where you shopped?24
CoreLeisure activitiesDo you engage in any religious or spiritual activities at least once per month?5246474646444844
CoreLeisure activitiesWhere do you practice this activity?5347484747454945
CoreLeisure activitiesDid you engage in any religious or spiritual activities at least once in the past month?44
CoreLeisure activitiesWhere did you practice this activity?45
CoreShopping activitiesDo you shop for groceries at a supermarket at least once per month?2719201919172117
CoreShopping activitiesCan you locate the supermarket(s) where you shop?2820212020182218
CoreShopping activitiesDid you shop for groceries at a supermarket at least once in the past month?17
CoreShopping activitiesCan you locate the supermarket(s) where you shopped?18
CoreLeisure activitiesDo you get take-out food at least once per month?5650515050485248
CoreLeisure activitiesWhere do you get take-out food from?5751525151495349
CoreLeisure activitiesDid you get take-out food at least once in the past month?48
CoreLeisure activitiesWhere did you get take-out food from?49
CoreSocial contactWhere does this person live?635760593534353557545854
CoreSocial contactWhere does this person live?55
CoreSocial contactDo you visit anyone at his or her home at least once per month?6256595856545854
CoreDo you visit anyone else at their home at least once per month?34333434
CoreDo you visit anyone at their home at least once per month?34333434
CoreIn **Date_of_Previous_Data_Collection_Wave**, you reported visiting people at their home. Do you still visit these places?33323333
CoreSocial contactDid you visit anyone at his or her home at least once in the past month?54
CoreLeisure activitiesWhere do you volunteer?5145464545434743
CoreLeisure activitiesWhere did you volunteer?43
CoreLeisure activitiesDo you volunteer at least once per month?5044454444424642
CoreLeisure activitiesDid you volunteer at least once in the past month?42
CoreLeisure activitiesDo you regularly go for walks?58525352
CoreLeisure activitiesCan you locate where you usually go for a walk?59535453
CoreLeisure activitiesDo you regularly go for walks or runs?52505450
CoreLeisure activitiesCan you locate where you usually go for a walk or run?53515551
CoreLeisure activitiesDid you go for walks or runs at least once in the past month?50
CoreLeisure activitiesCan you locate where you went for a walk or a run?51
CoreOccupationOn average, how many hours per week do you work?2214151413131313141316
CoreOccupationWhich of the following categories best describes the amount of physical activity required for your job?23151615141414151713
Now, let’s start with your home. Do you confirm this is where you live?111
Place your home on the map.Click on the blue cursor to drop it on the map and then move it around to adjust the position. You can also enter the address directly in the search bar.222111
Are there other places you’ve lived for six months or longer since 2006?3
Please list all the other places you have lived for six months or longer since 2006 and the dates during which you lived at this place.4
Did you go food shopping at least once in the past month?9129898
Please list the other places where you shopped for food in the past month.101310
Did you visit places to receive services at least once in the past month?121512101110
Please list the other places where you received services in the past month.131613
Did you visit places for leisure at least once in the past month?151815121312
Please list the other places you visited for leisure in the past month.161916
Please list the other places you visited someone in the past month.192219
Please list the places you visited someone in the past month.202320151615
Please list the other places you visited in the past month.222522
In the past month, were you at this place with someone from your network?273027212221
Please list all the other places you have lived for six months or longer since 2006 and the dates during which you lived at this place.5
Here are the people you mentioned the last time you completed this survey.Please select people from the list, or click the button to "Add a person".27
Please list the other places you visited in the past month.232623
Who are the people with whom you discuss important matters with?Please select people from the list, or click the button to "Add a person".252825
Among these people, who do you like to socialize with?Please select people from the list. If there are other people you like to socialize with, please add them by clicking the button "Add a person".262926
Please list the places where you work outside of your home.585454
Please list the places where you study outside of your home.8118787
Do you work…474343
Do you study…7107676
Please list the places where you received services in the past month.141714111211
Please list the places you visited for leisure in the past month.172017131413
Please list the places where you shopped for food in the past month.1114119109
Please list all the places where you lived for six months or longer since 2006.2
Please list the places you visited in the past month.171817
Please list the people with whom you live.Please select people from the list, or click the button to "Add a person".181918
Please list the people with whom you discuss important matters with.Please select people from the list, or click the button to "Add a person".192019
Among these people, who do you like to socialize with?Please select people from the list, or click the button to "Add a person".202120

VERITAS entities

(Places, persons, groups and relationships)

VERITAS (Visualisation, Evaluation and Recording of Itineraries and Activity Spaces) is a map-based survey that aims to collect data to help understand the complex interactions between daily mobility, social networks, and urban environments. These questions are asked across all sites.

Below are listed the individual entities collected through the VERITAS questionnaire:

  • Place: the various locations regularly visited by the participant
  • Person: people from the participant's social network
  • Group: group of people from the participant's social network
  • Relationship: the different links that may exist between people and group from the social network as well as location and social contacts
EntityVariableTitle [en]Subtitle [en]VicVanMtlSktVicVanMtlSktVicVanMtlSktVicVanMtlSktVicVanMtlSkt
Place Core-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1
Place-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1
Place Core-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1
Place Core-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1
Place Core-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1
Place-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1
Place CoreName of place (specify):11111111111111111111
Place CoreDo you still visit this place?22222222
Place CoreHow often do you go there?22223333222232
Place CoreUsually, how do you go there? (Check all that apply.)33334444333343
Place CoreUsually, how do you go there? (Check all that apply.)By car and you drive33334444333343
Place CoreUsually, how do you go there? (Check all that apply.)By car and someone else drives33334444333343
Place CoreUsually, how do you go there? (Check all that apply.)By taxi/Uber33334444333343
Place CoreUsually, how do you go there? (Check all that apply.)On foot33334444333343
Place CoreUsually, how do you go there? (Check all that apply.)By bike33334444333343
Place CoreUsually, how do you go there? (Check all that apply.)By bus33334444333343
Place CoreUsually, how do you go there? (Check all that apply.)By train33334444333343
Place CoreUsually, how do you go there? (Check all that apply.)By subway33334444333343
Place CoreUsually, how do you go there? (Check all that apply.)Other33334444333343
Place CoreUsually, how do you go there? (Check all that apply.)33334444333343
Place CoreAre you usually at **Place_Name** alone or with people you know?5555444454
Place CoreWho do you usually do this activity with?6666555565
Place CoreDo you usually go to this place alone or with other people?4444
PlacePlease check all the places you visited during the most closed phase of the COVID-19 lockdown.76
Place CoreWho do you usually go to this place with?5555
PlaceUsually, how do you go there? (Check all that apply.)N/A I live here43
Place-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1
Place Core-1-1-1-1-1-1
Place CoreIn the past month, I visited this place…333222
Place CoreI went there…444333
Place CoreI went there…By car444333
Place CoreI went there…On foot444333
Place CoreI went there…By bicycle444333
Place CoreI went there…By public transit444333
Place CoreI went there…Other444333
Place CoreIn the past month, were you at this place with someone from your network?555444
Place CoreIn the past month, were you at this place with someone from your network?Please select people from the list, or click the button to "Add a person".666555
Person-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1
Person-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1
Person Core-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1
Person-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1
Person CoreFirst name11111111111111
Person CoreLast name or initial22222222222222
Person CoreRelation to you33333333333332223222
Person CoreRelation to you33333333333333
Person CoreAge44444444444443334333
Person CoreHow long have you known each other?55555555555555
Person CoreHow often do you see each other?66666666666666
Person CoreHow often do you text, video chat, or phone each other?77777777777777
Person CoreWhere does this person live?88888888888884448444
Person CoreThis person is longer part of my social network.99999
Person CoreName of person111111
Group-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1
Group Core-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1
Group-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1
Group-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1
Group CoreName of the group (for example: bowling group)11111111111111
Group CoreHow many people are in this group?22222222222222
Group CoreThis group is made up of… (check all that apply)33333333333333
Group CoreThis group is made up of… (check all that apply)Members of your family33333333333333
Group CoreThis group is made up of… (check all that apply)Friends33333333333333
Group CoreThis group is made up of… (check all that apply)Acquaintances33333333333333
Group CoreThis group is made up of… (check all that apply)Colleagues33333333333333
Group CoreHow long have you been seeing this group?44444444444444
Group CoreAre there any individuals from your personal network who are in this group?55555555555555
Group CoreThis group is longer part of my social network.66666
Relationships-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1
Relationships-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1
Relationships Core-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1
Relationships Core-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1
Relationships Core-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1
Relationships-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1
EntityVariableTitle [en]Subtitle [en]VicVanMtlSktVicVanMtlSktVicVanMtlSktVicVanMtlSktVicVanMtlSkt

SenseDoc data

The SenseDoc is a research grade multisensor device developed by Mobysens used for mobility (GPS) and physical activity (accelerometer) tracking. These data are collected continuously and allow us to measure location-based physical activity and infer transportation mode.

SensorVariableDescription
AXLUnique participant ID across all cities and waves
AXLThe timestamp of the collected sensor data. This timestamp is computed from the number of microseconds which have elapsed since the reference date in the Sensedoc device’s metadata. For accelerometer data, this value is generally rounded to the nearest 20000 microseconds to accomodate the frequency of 50 samples per second.
AXLThe value of the accelerometer’s x axis reading as an integer between - 2^12 (-16g) and 2^12 (16g). This value must be multiplied by the axlFactor constant found in the ancillary table to convert to g-force. The accelerometer has a dynamic range of +/- 16g. (See http://www.analog.com/media/en/technical-documentation/data-sheets/ADXL345.pdf) When the device is worn at the hip, the x axis of the accelerometer will point down, and thus will give a reading close to 1g on the x axis when at rest.
AXLThe value of the accelerometer’s x axis reading as an integer between - 2^12 (-16g) and 2^12 (16g). This value must be multiplied by the axlFactor constant found in the ancillary table to convert to g-force. The accelerometer has a dynamic range of +/- 16g. (See http://www.analog.com/media/en/technical-documentation/data-sheets/ADXL345.pdf)
AXLThe value of the accelerometer’s x axis reading as an integer between - 2^12 (-16g) and 2^12 (16g). This value must be multiplied by the axlFactor constant found in the ancillary table to convert to g-force. The accelerometer has a dynamic range of +/- 16g. (See http://www.analog.com/media/en/technical-documentation/data-sheets/ADXL345.pdf)
GPSThe altitude of the device’s antenna, in metres above sea level. The typical range of values will vary between cities.
GPSThe direction of movement for the device, which takes into account both the direction that the device is pointing as it moves (heading) and the interference of other forces (such as winds and currents for air or sea travel). For land-based travel, this is generally the same as the device’s heading.
GPSThis field represents a data validity check. Here “A” means the data is valid, and “V” represents some sort of navigation receiver warning. This field is linked to the “mode” field (see above): when mode is “A” or “D”, this field is set to “A”; all other modes cause this field to be set to “V” (possible exception: the new NMEA 4.00 “Precise” mode).
GPSIndicates the Horizontal Dilution of Precision, a confidence level for 3D positioning (x, y axis) precision for a given GPS fix. Values closer to 0 indicate a higher level of confidence; a value of 1 or less is ideal, while a value of less than 10 is poor and should be discarded or used as a rough estimate only.
GPSUnique participant ID across all cities and waves
GPSThe calculated latitude of the device. Negative values indicate coordinates south of the equator. This field should be filtered according to the coordinates of the study city. In WGS 84 decimal degrees.
GPSThe calculated longitude of the device. Negative values indicate coordinates west of the Prime Meridian. This field should be filtered according to the coordinates of the study city. In WGS84 decimal degrees.
GPSThis field is the FAA mode indicator and describes what type of GPS signal was collected: “A” describes autonomous mode, “D” is differential GPS mode (DGPS), “E” is estimated mode, calculated using dead reckoning. The Precise mode is new to NMEA 4.00 (see https://www.nmea.org/Assets/0183_advancements_nmea_oct_1_2010%20(2).pdf). Differential GPS includes base stations on the ground in its calculation of signal and may be more accurate than Autonomous-mode signals. Possible values: `A` = Autonomous `D` = Differential GPS `E` = Dead Reckoning `M` = Manual Input `S` = Simulated `N` = Data not validated `P` = Precise (NMEA 4.00 and later) This field dominates the output of the “fix” field (see below). It is collected from `$GPGLL` sentences in the GPS data. The Sensedoc data so far has been observed to only contain the values “A” and “D” for this field.
GPSA character indicating whether the collection mode (2D or 3D) is set manually or automatically. Collected from $GPGSA sentences in the GPS data. Possible values: `M` = Manual mode (forced to operate in 2D or 3D) `A` = Automatic mode (operates in 2D or 3D)
GPSAn integer flag describing what kind of fix was obtained for this time: no fix, a 2D fix, or a 3D fix. Collected from $GPGSA sentences in the GPS data. Possible values: `1` = Fix not available `2` = 2D fix `3` = 3D fix
GPSIndicates the Position Dilution of Precision, a confidence level for 3D positioning (x, y, z axis) precision for a given GPS fix. Values closer to 0 indicate a higher level of confidence; a value of 1 or less is ideal, while a value of less than 10 is poor and should be discarded or used as a rough estimate only.
GPSThe number of satellites in view when collecting this data. This is not the same as the number of satellites used to calculate a fix; satellites whose signals fall below a certain noise threshold may be detected by a device but can not be used to calculate a fix.
GPSThe number of satellites used when calculating this GPS fix. This is not the same as the number of satellites in view; a satellite’s signal must be above a certain noise threshold to be used to calculate a fix.
GPSThe device’s speed over the ground, in knots (1 knot = 1.832km/h). This value is not reliable for low values of speed but can signal a high-speed transportation mode, such as a car or airplane (e.g. for speeds > 10 knots).
GPSThe timestamp of the collected sensor data. This timestamp is computed from the number of microseconds which have elapsed since the reference date in the Sensedoc device’s metadata. For accelerometer data, this value is generally rounded to the nearest 20000 microseconds to accomodate the frequency of 50 samples per second.
GPSThe UTC date of when a sample was taken, up to the second. This value comes from the GPS reading.
GPSIndicates the Vertical Dilution of Precision, a confidence level for 3D positioning (z axis) precision for a given GPS fix. Values closer to 0 indicate a higher level of confidence; a value of 1 or less is ideal, while a value of less than 10 is poor and should be discarded or used as a rough estimate only.

Ethica data

Ethica is a free smartphone application, which collects GPS and accelerometry data. These data allow us to measure location-based physical activity, infer transportation mode and measure well-being using ecological momentary assessment.

SensorVariableDescription
AccelerometerAn integer flag for the category of accuracy of this row of accelerometer readings, as described above. A value of -1 suggests that the sensor is not in contact with what it needs to be in order to generate readings (such as a heart rate monitor not in contact with the skin), which is different from 0, where the conditions for the sensor to collect data are correct but its readings are not reliable. Values: -1 = No sensor contact 0 = Sensor unreliable 1 = Sensor accuracy low 2 = Sensor accuracy medium 3 = Sensor accuracy high
AccelerometerThe date this row was collected. Somewhat redundant with the record_time field described below; possibly in place for facilitating quicker filtering of data. Strings of the form YYYY-MM where Y = year and M = month.
AccelerometerEthica’s internal identifier for the device that a user is be using to collect this data; for example, one user may be associated with a phone and a tablet, each with a different device_id. Device numbers are assigned randomly, not sequentially, and the value of the identifier is not meant to be compared with others except to check for equality. The format of the device_id depends on the operating system of the device: 16-bit device_id values correspond to Android devices, while 32-bit values correspond to iOS devices. Additionally, the letters in Android device_ids are lowercase, while they are uppercase in iOS device_ids. 16-digit hexadecimal numbers > 0 or 32-bit hexadecimal numbers > 0.
AccelerometerUnique participant ID across all cities and waves
AccelerometerThe human-readable timestamp of the date and time this record was collected. Strings of the form `YYYY-MM-DD hh:mm:ss.fff+ZZZZ`, where Y = year, M = month, D = day, h = hour, m = minute, s = second, f = millisecond and Z equals timezone.
AccelerometerThe logical system timestamp of when the record was collected. It is a UUID identifying this record. Hexadecimal numbers of the form `ffffffff-ffff-ffff-ffff-ffffffffffff`, that is, an 8-digit number, three 4-digit numbers and a 12-digit number separated by dashes.
AccelerometerEthica’s internal identifier for human participants, tied to an account.
AccelerometerMeasures the force of acceleration applied to the device along the x axis, in m/s2. The sensitivity range will vary from device to device (+/-2g, +/-4g, +/-8g, +/-16g, where 1g = 9.81 m/s2). If the device is in freefall, all axes should return a force of 0. If the device is stationary, such as the case where it is placed on a table, one axis (depending on the orientation of the device) should register forces close to 9.81.
AccelerometerMeasures the force of acceleration applied to the device along the y axis, in m/s2. The sensitivity range will vary from device to device (+/-2g, +/-4g, +/-8g, +/-16g, where 1g = 9.81 m/s2). If the device is in freefall, all axes should return a force of 0. If the device is stationary, such as the case where it is placed on a table, one axis (depending on the orientation of the device) should register forces close to 9.81.
AccelerometerMeasures the force of acceleration applied to the device along the z axis, in m/s2. The sensitivity range will vary from device to device (+/-2g, +/-4g, +/-8g, +/-16g, where 1g = 9.81 m/s2). If the device is in freefall, all axes should return a force of 0. If the device is stationary, such as the case where it is placed on a table, one axis (depending on the orientation of the device) should register forces close to 9.81.
Accelerometer variablityMeasures the average force of acceleration applied to the device along the x axis, in m/s2 (see accel table). Averages the accelerometer x readings across all the readings taken for the sampling period described in datetime_bin.
Accelerometer variablityMeasures the average force of acceleration applied to the device along the y axis, in m/s2 (see accel table). Averages the accelerometer x readings across all the readings taken for the sampling period described in datetime_bin.
Accelerometer variablityMeasures the average force of acceleration applied to the device along the z axis, in m/s2 (see accel table). Averages the accelerometer x readings across all the readings taken for the sampling period described in datetime_bin.
Accelerometer variablityThe number of records aggregated into the sampling period described in datetime_bin.
Accelerometer variablityThe date this row was collected. Somewhat redundant with the record_time field described below; possibly in place for facilitating quicker filtering of data. Strings of the form YYYY-MM where Y = year and M = month.
Accelerometer variablityThe date and time over which the accelerometer readings were aggregated for these variability measures. Typically represents a period of 3-6 minutes, so the second and millisecond fields are zeroed out. Strings of the form `YYYY-MM-DD hh:mm:ss.fff+ZZZZ`, where Y = year, M = month, D = day, h = hour, m = minute, s = second, f = millisecond and Z equals timezone.
Accelerometer variablityEthica’s internal identifier for the device that a user is be using to collect this data; for example, one user may be associated with a phone and a tablet, each with a different device_id. Device numbers are assigned randomly, not sequentially, and the value of the identifier is not meant to be compared with others except to check for equality. The format of the device_id depends on the operating system of the device: 16-bit device_id values correspond to Android devices, while 32-bit values correspond to iOS devices. Additionally, the letters in Android device_ids are lowercase, while they are uppercase in iOS device_ids. 16-digit hexadecimal numbers > 0 or 32-bit hexadecimal numbers > 0.
Accelerometer variablityUnique participant ID across all cities and waves
Accelerometer variablityThe maximum force of acceleration applied to the device along the x axis, in m/s2 (see accel table). Takes the maximum x reading across all the readings taken for the sampling period described in datetime_bin.
Accelerometer variablityThe maximum force of acceleration applied to the device along the y axis, in m/s2 (see accel table). Takes the maximum y reading across all the readings taken for the sampling period described in datetime_bin.
Accelerometer variablityThe maximum force of acceleration applied to the device along the z axis, in m/s2 (see accel table). Takes the maximum z reading across all the readings taken for the sampling period described in datetime_bin.
Accelerometer variablityThe minimum force of acceleration applied to the device along the x axis, in m/s2 (see accel table). Takes the minimum x reading across all the readings taken for the sampling period described in datetime_bin.
Accelerometer variablityThe minimum force of acceleration applied to the device along the y axis, in m/s2 (see accel table). Takes the minimum y reading across all the readings taken for the sampling period described in datetime_bin.
Accelerometer variablityThe minimum force of acceleration applied to the device along the z axis, in m/s2 (see accel table). Takes the minimum z reading across all the readings taken for the sampling period described in datetime_bin.
Accelerometer variablityThe logical system timestamp of when the record was collected. It is a UUID identifying this record. Hexadecimal numbers of the form `ffffffff-ffff-ffff-ffff-ffffffffffff`, that is, an 8-digit number, three 4-digit numbers and a 12-digit number separated by dashes.
Accelerometer variablityEthica’s internal identifier for human participants, tied to an account.
BatteryThe date this row was collected. Somewhat redundant with the record_time field described below; possibly in place for facilitating quicker filtering of data. Strings of the form YYYY-MM where Y = year and M = month.
BatteryEthica’s internal identifier for the device that a user is be using to collect this data; for example, one user may be associated with a phone and a tablet, each with a different device_id. Device numbers are assigned randomly, not sequentially, and the value of the identifier is not meant to be compared with others except to check for equality. The format of the device_id depends on the operating system of the device: 16-bit device_id values correspond to Android devices, while 32-bit values correspond to iOS devices. Additionally, the letters in Android device_ids are lowercase, while they are uppercase in iOS device_ids. 16-digit hexadecimal numbers > 0 or 32-bit hexadecimal numbers > 0.
BatteryUnique participant ID across all cities and waves
BatteryAn integer describing what % the battery is charged. If this value cannot be determined for some reason, this field will hold the value -900. In iOS devices, this field will be -900.
BatteryA flag describing what type of power source the device is plugged into, if any, as described above. This field can provide clues about physical activity; for example, if the device is plugged into AC power, it is not likely that the participant is on a bike. Values: 0 = not plugged in 1 = plugged into an AC power source 2 = plugged into a USB port 4 = plugged into a wireless power source
BatteryThe human-readable timestamp of the date and time this record was collected. Strings of the form `YYYY-MM-DD hh:mm:ss.fff+ZZZZ`, where Y = year, M = month, D = day, h = hour, m = minute, s = second, f = millisecond and Z equals timezone.
BatteryThe scale used for calculating the battery power percentage. The battery power percentage is calculated by taking the current battery level, multiplying by 100, and then dividing by this scale value. The scale value may be altered in rare cases, but it typically remains at 100.
BatteryA flag describing the status of the device’s battery, as described above. Values: 1 = unknown status 2 = battery charging 3 = battery discharging 4 = battery is neither charging nor discharging 5 = battery is full
BatteryThe temperature of the battery, in tenths of a degree Celsius. For example, a temperature value of 245 equals 24.5 °C. The typical operating temperature of smartphone batteries is around 21-31°C. The safe temperature range for operating batteries is about -20 to 50°C. In iOS devices, this value may not be recorded and may be set to 0.
BatteryThe logical system timestamp of when the record was collected. It is a UUID identifying this record. Hexadecimal numbers of the form `ffffffff-ffff-ffff-ffff-ffffffffffff`, that is, an 8-digit number, three 4-digit numbers and a 12-digit number separated by dashes.
BatteryEthica’s internal identifier for human participants, tied to an account.
BatteryThe current voltage of the battery at the time this record was collected, in millivolts. In iOS devices, this value may not be recorded and may be set to 0.
Battery EventsEthica’s internal identifier for the device that a user is be using to collect this data; for example, one user may be associated with a phone and a tablet, each with a different device_id. Device numbers are assigned randomly, not sequentially, and the value of the identifier is not meant to be compared with others except to check for equality. The format of the device_id depends on the operating system of the device: 16-bit device_id values correspond to Android devices, while 32-bit values correspond to iOS devices. Additionally, the letters in Android device_ids are lowercase, while they are uppercase in iOS device_ids. 16-digit hexadecimal numbers > 0 or 32-bit hexadecimal numbers > 0.
Battery EventsThe battery level that this event ended on. The difference between the start_level and end_level may be positive (a discharge event) or negative (a charge event). Values: 0-100 = battery level -900 = indeterminate
Battery EventsThe human-readable timestamp of the date and time this battery event ended. Strings of the form `YYYY-MM-DD hh:mm:ss.fff+ZZZZ`, where Y = year, M = month, D = day, h = hour, m = minute, s = second, f = millisecond and Z equals timezone.
Battery EventsUnique participant ID across all cities and waves
Battery EventsA flag describing what type of power source the device is plugged into, if any, as described above. This field can provide clues about physical activity; for example, if the device is plugged into AC power, it is not likely that the participant is on a bike. Values: 0 = not plugged in 1 = plugged into an AC power source 2 = plugged into a USB port 4 = plugged into a wireless power source
Battery EventsThe battery level that this event ended on. The difference between the start_level and end_level may be positive (a discharge event) or negative (a charge event). Values: 0-100 = battery level -900 = indeterminate
Battery EventsThe human-readable timestamp of the date and time this battery event started. Strings of the form `YYYY-MM-DD hh:mm:ss.fff+ZZZZ`, where Y = year, M = month, D = day, h = hour, m = minute, s = second, f = millisecond and Z equals timezone.
Battery EventsEthica’s internal identifier for human participants, tied to an account.
BluetoothThe date this row was collected. Somewhat redundant with the record_time field described below; possibly in place for facilitating quicker filtering of data. Strings of the form YYYY-MM where Y = year and M = month.
BluetoothThe major and minor device classes for the detected device. This field could be at most 23 bits, and may be fewer than 6 digits of the higher order bits are zeroes. These bits are used as bit masks to determine the device class. The last two digits indicate the minor device class, such as “laptop” or “tablet”, and any upper-level digits indicate the major device class and its capabilities, such as a phone with positioning and networking functionality enabled. For a full list of device codes and their meanings, see the Bluetooth specifications at https://www.bluetooth.com/specifications/assigned-numbers/baseband. Values: up to 6 hexadecimal digits (23 bits)
BluetoothA string identifier for the device, if available. Devices may not have a name, and those that do need not have a unique name. Values: any string, may be blank
BluetoothEthica’s internal identifier for the device that a user is be using to collect this data; for example, one user may be associated with a phone and a tablet, each with a different device_id. Device numbers are assigned randomly, not sequentially, and the value of the identifier is not meant to be compared with others except to check for equality. The format of the device_id depends on the operating system of the device: 16-bit device_id values correspond to Android devices, while 32-bit values correspond to iOS devices. Additionally, the letters in Android device_ids are lowercase, while they are uppercase in iOS device_ids. 16-digit hexadecimal numbers > 0 or 32-bit hexadecimal numbers > 0.
BluetoothUnique participant ID across all cities and waves
BluetoothThe MAC address of the detected device. MAC addresses are unique for local network subnets, and so can be used to distinguish between two locally encountered devices of the same class with the same name. Values: Six 2-digit hexadecimal numbers separated by colons, such as `ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff`
BluetoothThe human-readable timestamp of the date and time this record was collected. Strings of the form `YYYY-MM-DD hh:mm:ss.fff+ZZZZ`, where Y = year, M = month, D = day, h = hour, m = minute, s = second, f = millisecond and Z equals timezone.
BluetoothThe strength of the bluetooth signal measured as an RSSI value on a logarithmic scale (dBm), where strong signals are closer to 0. -80dBm is the minimum signal strength for the most basic connectivity. Values: -120 to 0
BluetoothThe logical system timestamp of when the record was collected. It is a UUID identifying this record. Hexadecimal numbers of the form `ffffffff-ffff-ffff-ffff-ffffffffffff`, that is, an 8-digit number, three 4-digit numbers and a 12-digit number separated by dashes.
BluetoothEthica’s internal identifier for human participants, tied to an account.
Device ConnectivityThe bluetooth device class for the detected device, described as a human readable string. See “device_class”. Values: Any string describing a bluetooth device class (see the specifications at https://www.bluetooth.com/specifications/assigned-numbers/baseband ).
Device ConnectivityThe date and time over which the bluetooth signals for a particular device were aggregated. Signals are aggregated by the hour for each device detected during that hour. Values: Strings of the form YYYY-MM-DD hh where Y = year, M = month, D = day and h = hour.
Device ConnectivityThe major and minor device classes for the detected device, as a decimal number instead of a hexadecimal number. Should be converted to hexadecimal or binary to interpret. See “dev_class” in the bluetooth table. Values: > 0
Device ConnectivityEthica’s internal identifier for the device that a user is be using to collect this data; for example, one user may be associated with a phone and a tablet, each with a different device_id. Device numbers are assigned randomly, not sequentially, and the value of the identifier is not meant to be compared with others except to check for equality. The format of the device_id depends on the operating system of the device: 16-bit device_id values correspond to Android devices, while 32-bit values correspond to iOS devices. Additionally, the letters in Android device_ids are lowercase, while they are uppercase in iOS device_ids. 16-digit hexadecimal numbers > 0 or 32-bit hexadecimal numbers > 0.
Device ConnectivityA string identifier for the device, if available. Devices may not have a name, and those that do need not have a unique name. Values: any string, may be blank
Device ConnectivityUnique participant ID across all cities and waves
Device ConnectivityThe MAC address of the detected device. MAC addresses are unique for local network subnets, and so can be used to distinguish between two locally encountered devices of the same class with the same name. Values: Six 2-digit hexadecimal numbers separated by colons, such as `ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff`
Device ConnectivityThe collection of RSSI readings collected for a given device during the sample period described in datetime_bin. The values in this collection are three-digit positive integers, so it is possible these values suffered a type conversion error: the binary value 10101100 is -84 when converted using two’s complement, but 172 when converted as unsigned 8-bit integers. If this is the case, subtract by 256 to get the true RSSI value in negative dBm. Values: strings containing a list of comma-separated integers, surrounded by [] characters
Device ConnectivityEthica’s internal identifier for human participants, tied to an account.
GPSThe deviation of the GPS fix in metres. That is, the GPS reading is guaranteed to be within this many metres of the device’s actual location. Values: > 0 metres
GPSThe current altitude of the device in metres above sea level. Values: typically > 0 metres
GPSThe direction, in degrees, to the indicated destination. If the device does not have a destination established, this value is -1 or 0, depending on the type of device (Android or iOS)**. Values: > 0 degrees, or 0 or -1
GPSThe date this row was collected. Somewhat redundant with the record_time field described below; possibly in place for facilitating quicker filtering of data. Strings of the form YYYY-MM where Y = year and M = month.
GPSEthica’s internal identifier for the device that a user is be using to collect this data; for example, one user may be associated with a phone and a tablet, each with a different device_id. Device numbers are assigned randomly, not sequentially, and the value of the identifier is not meant to be compared with others except to check for equality. The format of the device_id depends on the operating system of the device: 16-bit device_id values correspond to Android devices, while 32-bit values correspond to iOS devices. Additionally, the letters in Android device_ids are lowercase, while they are uppercase in iOS device_ids. 16-digit hexadecimal numbers > 0 or 32-bit hexadecimal numbers > 0.
GPSUnique participant ID across all cities and waves
GPSThe calculated latitude of the device. Negative values indicate coordinates south of the equator. This field should be filtered according to the coordinates of the study city. Values: approximately 42.0 to 83.0 for Canada; will vary by city
GPSThe calculated longitude of the device. Negative values indicate coordinates west of the Prime Meridian. This field should be filtered according to the coordinates of the study city. Values: approximately -53.0 to -141.0 for Canada; will vary by city
GPSA string describing which method is being used to determine the location from this GPS record, as described above. Android devices can get location fixes using all of the methods above, while iOS devices only return readings using the gps method. Values: gps = location determined using satellites gps-passive = location determined from the GPS fixes from other nearby devices fused-passive = location determined by the device’s current circumstances network-passive = location determined from cell towers and wifi networks
GPSThe human-readable timestamp of the date and time this record was collected. Strings of the form `YYYY-MM-DD hh:mm:ss.fff+ZZZZ`, where Y = year, M = month, D = day, h = hour, m = minute, s = second, f = millisecond and Z equals timezone.
GPSFor Android devices, this field may return either the device’s time when the fix occurred, or the GPS satellite time, depending on the providers described above. Values: Strings of the form `YYYY-MM-DD hh:mm:ss.fff+ZZZZ`, where Y = year, M = month, D = day, h = hour, m = minute, s = second, f = millisecond and Z equals timezone.
GPSThe ground speed of the device, in meters per second. **iOS devices appear to set this value to -1 under some unknown circumstances. Values: >0 m/s, -1
GPSThe logical system timestamp of when the record was collected. It is a UUID identifying this record. Hexadecimal numbers of the form `ffffffff-ffff-ffff-ffff-ffffffffffff`, that is, an 8-digit number, three 4-digit numbers and a 12-digit number separated by dashes.
GPSEthica’s internal identifier for human participants, tied to an account.
GravityAn integer flag for the category of accuracy of this row of gravity readings, as described above. A value of -1 suggests that the sensor is not in contact with what it needs to be in order to generate readings (such as a heart rate monitor not in contact with the skin), which is different from 0, where the conditions for the sensor to collect data are correct but its readings are not reliable. Values: -1 = No sensor contact 0 = Sensor unreliable 1 = Sensor accuracy low 2 = Sensor accuracy medium 3 = Sensor accuracy high
GravityEthica’s internal identifier for the device that a user is be using to collect this data; for example, one user may be associated with a phone and a tablet, each with a different device_id. Device numbers are assigned randomly, not sequentially, and the value of the identifier is not meant to be compared with others except to check for equality. The format of the device_id depends on the operating system of the device: 16-bit device_id values correspond to Android devices, while 32-bit values correspond to iOS devices. Additionally, the letters in Android device_ids are lowercase, while they are uppercase in iOS device_ids. 16-digit hexadecimal numbers > 0 or 32-bit hexadecimal numbers > 0.
GravityUnique participant ID across all cities and waves
GravityThe human-readable timestamp of the date and time this record was collected. Strings of the form `YYYY-MM-DD hh:mm:ss.fff+ZZZZ`, where Y = year, M = month, D = day, h = hour, m = minute, s = second, f = millisecond and Z equals timezone.
GravityThe logical system timestamp of when the record was collected. It is a UUID identifying this record. Hexadecimal numbers of the form `ffffffff-ffff-ffff-ffff-ffffffffffff`, that is, an 8-digit number, three 4-digit numbers and a 12-digit number separated by dashes.
GravityEthica’s internal identifier for human participants, tied to an account.
GravityThe portion of gravity in the direction of the x axis at the time of the reading. Values: -9.81 to 9.81 m/s2
GravityThe portion of gravity in the direction of the y axis at the time of the reading. Values: -9.81 to 9.81 m/s2
GravityThe portion of gravity in the direction of the z axis at the time of the reading. Values: -9.81 to 9.81 m/s2
GyroscopeAn integer flag for the category of accuracy of this row of gyroscope readings, as described above. A value of -1 suggests that the sensor is not in contact with what it needs to be in order to generate readings (such as a heart rate monitor not in contact with the skin), which is different from 0, where the conditions for the sensor to collect data are correct but its readings are not reliable. Values: -1 = No sensor contact 0 = Sensor unreliable 1 = Sensor accuracy low 2 = Sensor accuracy medium 3 = Sensor accuracy high
GyroscopeEthica’s internal identifier for the device that a user is be using to collect this data; for example, one user may be associated with a phone and a tablet, each with a different device_id. Device numbers are assigned randomly, not sequentially, and the value of the identifier is not meant to be compared with others except to check for equality. The format of the device_id depends on the operating system of the device: 16-bit device_id values correspond to Android devices, while 32-bit values correspond to iOS devices. Additionally, the letters in Android device_ids are lowercase, while they are uppercase in iOS device_ids. 16-digit hexadecimal numbers > 0 or 32-bit hexadecimal numbers > 0.
GyroscopeUnique participant ID across all cities and waves
GyroscopeThe human-readable timestamp of the date and time this record was collected. Strings of the form `YYYY-MM-DD hh:mm:ss.fff+ZZZZ`, where Y = year, M = month, D = day, h = hour, m = minute, s = second, f = millisecond and Z equals timezone.
GyroscopeThe logical system timestamp of when the record was collected. It is a UUID identifying this record. Hexadecimal numbers of the form `ffffffff-ffff-ffff-ffff-ffffffffffff`, that is, an 8-digit number, three 4-digit numbers and a 12-digit number separated by dashes.
GyroscopeEthica’s internal identifier for human participants, tied to an account.
GyroscopeThe angular speed around the x axis (rate of rotation around the x axis). Values: >= 0, in radians per second
GyroscopeThe angular speed around the y axis (rate of rotation around the y axis). Values: >= 0, in radians per second
GyroscopeThe angular speed around the z axis (rate of rotation around the z axis). Values: >= 0, in radians per second
Log MessageThe date this row was collected. Somewhat redundant with the record_time field described below; possibly in place for facilitating quicker filtering of data. Strings of the form YYYY-MM where Y = year and M = month.
Log MessageEthica’s internal identifier for the device that a user is be using to collect this data; for example, one user may be associated with a phone and a tablet, each with a different device_id. Device numbers are assigned randomly, not sequentially, and the value of the identifier is not meant to be compared with others except to check for equality. The format of the device_id depends on the operating system of the device: 16-bit device_id values correspond to Android devices, while 32-bit values correspond to iOS devices. Additionally, the letters in Android device_ids are lowercase, while they are uppercase in iOS device_ids. 16-digit hexadecimal numbers > 0 or 32-bit hexadecimal numbers > 0.
Log MessageUnique participant ID across all cities and waves
Log MessageAn internal Ethica flag for the privacy level of each message. Its usage is unknown. Values: True/False, or blank
Log MessageAnd internal Ethica flag for the level of a message. Its usage is unknown. Values: 1, or blank
Log MessageThe content of the log message, detailing sensor events and other information. Values: any string
Log MessageThe human-readable timestamp of the date and time this record was collected. Strings of the form `YYYY-MM-DD hh:mm:ss.fff+ZZZZ`, where Y = year, M = month, D = day, h = hour, m = minute, s = second, f = millisecond and Z equals timezone.
Log MessageA tag for filtering log messages, such as “debug_log”. The tags are mostly self-explanatory, and their usage is unknown. Values: any string
Log MessageThe logical system timestamp of when the record was collected. It is a UUID identifying this record. Hexadecimal numbers of the form `ffffffff-ffff-ffff-ffff-ffffffffffff`, that is, an 8-digit number, three 4-digit numbers and a 12-digit number separated by dashes.
Log MessageEthica’s internal identifier for human participants, tied to an account.
OrientationAn integer flag for the category of accuracy of this row of orientation readings, as described above. A value of -1 suggests that the sensor is not in contact with what it needs to be in order to generate readings (such as a heart rate monitor not in contact with the skin), which is different from 0, where the conditions for the sensor to collect data are correct but its readings are not reliable. Values: -1 = No sensor contact 0 = Sensor unreliable 1 = Sensor accuracy low 2 = Sensor accuracy medium 3 = Sensor accuracy high
OrientationThe date this row was collected. Somewhat redundant with the record_time field described below; possibly in place for facilitating quicker filtering of data. Strings of the form YYYY-MM where Y = year and M = month.
OrientationEthica’s internal identifier for the device that a user is be using to collect this data; for example, one user may be associated with a phone and a tablet, each with a different device_id. Device numbers are assigned randomly, not sequentially, and the value of the identifier is not meant to be compared with others except to check for equality. The format of the device_id depends on the operating system of the device: 16-bit device_id values correspond to Android devices, while 32-bit values correspond to iOS devices. Additionally, the letters in Android device_ids are lowercase, while they are uppercase in iOS device_ids. 16-digit hexadecimal numbers > 0 or 32-bit hexadecimal numbers > 0.
OrientationUnique participant ID across all cities and waves
OrientationThe human-readable timestamp of the date and time this record was collected. Strings of the form `YYYY-MM-DD hh:mm:ss.fff+ZZZZ`, where Y = year, M = month, D = day, h = hour, m = minute, s = second, f = millisecond and Z equals timezone.
OrientationThe logical system timestamp of when the record was collected. It is a UUID identifying this record. Hexadecimal numbers of the form `ffffffff-ffff-ffff-ffff-ffffffffffff`, that is, an 8-digit number, three 4-digit numbers and a 12-digit number separated by dashes.
OrientationEthica’s internal identifier for human participants, tied to an account.
Orientation**Unknown.** May be the first component of a unit quaternion. Values: -π to π radians??
OrientationThe pitch of the device (the angle rotation about the x axis) as the angle between a plane parallel to the device screen and a plane parallel to the ground. Values: -π to π radians
OrientationThe roll of the device (the angle rotation about the y axis) as the angle between a plane perpendicular to the device screen and a plane parallel to the ground. Values: -π/2 to π/2 radians
OrientationThe azimuth of the device (the angle rotation about the z axis) as the angle between the device’s y axis and the magnetic north pole. When facing north, this value should be 0; when facing north, this value should be π. Values: -π to π radians
PedometerAn integer describing the category of accuracy of this row of pedometer readings, according to the Android developer specifications. Values below 2 are generally not reliable. Values: -1 = No sensor contact 0 = Sensor unreliable 1 = Sensor accuracy low 2 = Sensor accuracy medium 3 = Sensor accuracy high
PedometerOn iOS, this value may take two forms: if it is queried during live pedometer updates, it returns the average active pace since updates began; otherwise it is set to the average active pace between the cached start and end times of activity. If the user didn’t move during this period, if the device doesn’t support gathering pace data, or if the device has no historical data for this period, this value will be -1. Values: -1, >= 0 seconds per meter
PedometerThe current cadence (stride rate) of the user. On iOS, this returns the current cadence if live updates are enabled, or -1 if you are querying historical data. The value will also be -1 if the device does not support gathering pace data. Values: -1, >= 0 steps per second
PedometerOn iOS, this returns the current pace if live updates are enabled, or -1 if you are querying historical data. The value will also be -1 if the device does not support gathering pace data. Values: -1, >= 0 seconds per meter
PedometerEthica’s internal identifier for the device that a user is be using to collect this data; for example, one user may be associated with a phone and a tablet, each with a different device_id. Device numbers are assigned randomly, not sequentially, and the value of the identifier is not meant to be compared with others except to check for equality. The format of the device_id depends on the operating system of the device: 16-bit device_id values correspond to Android devices, while 32-bit values correspond to iOS devices. Additionally, the letters in Android device_ids are lowercase, while they are uppercase in iOS device_ids. 16-digit hexadecimal numbers > 0 or 32-bit hexadecimal numbers > 0.
PedometerOn iOS, this value reflects the distance traveled since updates were enabled if in live pedometer update mode, or the distance traveled for that period of historical data. This value will be -1 if distance estimation isn’t supported by the device. Values: -1, >= 0 meters
PedometerThe number of seconds (or milliseconds) between step measurements on Android devices. As described above, an update in June/July 2017 converted this field from milliseconds to seconds, and from one measurement per ~5 minute bout to approximately one measurement per second. Care must be taken prior to analyzing the data to ensure all data is the same form. Values: -1, >= 0 seconds (or milliseconds up to June/July 2017)
PedometerThe number of floors ascended in the given duration. On iOS, this reflects the number of floors (assumed to be 3 meters tall) ascended while walking or running; elevators or other assisted means do not count. This value is -1 if floor tracking is not supported on the device. Values: -1, >= 0 floors
PedometerThe number of floors descended in the given duration. On iOS, this reflects the number of floors (assumed to be 3 meters tall) descended while walking or running; elevators or other assisted means do not count. This value is -1 if floor tracking is not supported on the device. Values: -1, >= 0 floors
PedometerUnique participant ID across all cities and waves
PedometerThe human-readable timestamp of the date and time this record was collected. Strings of the form `YYYY-MM-DD hh:mm:ss.fff+ZZZZ`, where Y = year, M = month, D = day, h = hour, m = minute, s = second, f = millisecond and Z equals timezone.
PedometerThe number of steps taken in the given duration. On Android, this represents the number of steps taken since the last measurement. Values: >= 0 steps
PedometerThe logical system timestamp of when the record was collected. It is a UUID identifying this record. Hexadecimal numbers of the form `ffffffff-ffff-ffff-ffff-ffffffffffff`, that is, an 8-digit number, three 4-digit numbers and a 12-digit number separated by dashes.
PedometerEthica’s internal identifier for human participants, tied to an account.
Record CountA field describing how the record counts for this sensor are binned in this row: by the day, which will have fewer rows and higher record counts, or by the hour, which will have more rows and lower record counts. Values: d = bin by day h = bin by hour
Record CountEthica’s internal identifier for the device that a user is be using to collect this data; for example, one user may be associated with a phone and a tablet, each with a different device_id. Device numbers are assigned randomly, not sequentially, and the value of the identifier is not meant to be compared with others except to check for equality. The format of the device_id depends on the operating system of the device: 16-bit device_id values correspond to Android devices, while 32-bit values correspond to iOS devices. Additionally, the letters in Android device_ids are lowercase, while they are uppercase in iOS device_ids. 16-digit hexadecimal numbers > 0 or 32-bit hexadecimal numbers > 0.
Record CountUnique participant ID across all cities and waves
Record CountThe number of records for this table or sensor counted during the given period. Values: > 0
Record CountThe name of the sensor whose counts are being recorded. May be any of the table names from Ethica’s data, as seen above. Values: • accelerometer • battery • bluetooth • battery • gps • gyroscope • log_msg • orientation • pedometer • survey_responses • wifi
Record CountThe date (and hour if applicable) which records are being binned on. Values: `YYYY-MM-DD HH` if binned by hour `YYYY-MM_DD` if binned by day
Record CountEthica’s internal identifier for human participants, tied to an account.
Survey ResNo date? The date this row was collected. Somewhat redundant with the record_time field described below; possibly in place for facilitating quicker filtering of data. Strings of the form YYYY-MM where Y = year and M = month.
Survey ResEthica’s internal identifier for the device that a user is be using to collect this data; for example, one user may be associated with a phone and a tablet, each with a different device_id. Device numbers are assigned randomly, not sequentially, and the value of the identifier is not meant to be compared with others except to check for equality. The format of the device_id depends on the operating system of the device: 16-bit device_id values correspond to Android devices, while 32-bit values correspond to iOS devices. Additionally, the letters in Android device_ids are lowercase, while they are uppercase in iOS device_ids. 16-digit hexadecimal numbers > 0 or 32-bit hexadecimal numbers > 0.
Survey Res***? Values: > 0, -2
Survey ResUnique participant ID across all cities and waves
Survey ResThe human-readable timestamp of the date and time this record was collected. Strings of the form `YYYY-MM-DD hh:mm:ss.fff+ZZZZ`, where Y = year, M = month, D = day, h = hour, m = minute, s = second, f = millisecond and Z equals timezone.
Survey ResA JSON text field, where each item is enclosed by {} characters, containing the following possible items per question: • q_content: A string containing the text of the question. • resp: ◦ resp_time: A string containing the datetime of the response, including date, time and timezone. ◦ bg_colour: A string containing the hexadecimal code of the background colour of the answer. ◦ answer_content: A string containing the text of the answer. • location: ◦ lat: A decimal number representing the latitude the participant was at when answering the survey. Negative values represent coordinates south of the equator. ◦ lng: A decimal number representing the longitude the participant was at when answering the survey. Negative values represent coordinates west of the Prime Meridian. ◦ accu: A decimal number representing the accuracy of the location data. Whether low values represent low accuracy or high accuracy is unknown ***. ◦ speed: ***? • q_type: A string representing the type of this survey question, including free_form_text and single_choice. • order_id: An integer indicating the order this question is in on the survey.
Survey ResEthica’s internal identifier for the subsurvey of the survey being reported on. Values: > 0
Survey ResEthica’s internal identifier for the survey being reported on. Values: > 0
Survey ResThe logical system timestamp of when the record was collected. It is a UUID identifying this record. Hexadecimal numbers of the form `ffffffff-ffff-ffff-ffff-ffffffffffff`, that is, an 8-digit number, three 4-digit numbers and a 12-digit number separated by dashes.
Survey ResEthica’s internal identifier for human participants, tied to an account.
Survey RespNo date? The date this row was collected. Somewhat redundant with the record_time field described below; possibly in place for facilitating quicker filtering of data. Strings of the form YYYY-MM where Y = year and M = month.
Survey RespEthica’s internal identifier for the device that a user is be using to collect this data; for example, one user may be associated with a phone and a tablet, each with a different device_id. Device numbers are assigned randomly, not sequentially, and the value of the identifier is not meant to be compared with others except to check for equality. The format of the device_id depends on the operating system of the device: 16-bit device_id values correspond to Android devices, while 32-bit values correspond to iOS devices. Additionally, the letters in Android device_ids are lowercase, while they are uppercase in iOS device_ids. 16-digit hexadecimal numbers > 0 or 32-bit hexadecimal numbers > 0.
Survey Resp***? Values: > 0, -2
Survey RespUnique participant ID across all cities and waves
Survey RespThe human-readable timestamp of the date and time this record was collected. Strings of the form `YYYY-MM-DD hh:mm:ss.fff+ZZZZ`, where Y = year, M = month, D = day, h = hour, m = minute, s = second, f = millisecond and Z equals timezone.
Survey RespA JSON text field, where each item is enclosed by {} characters, containing the following possible items per question: • q_content: A string containing the text of the question. • resp: ◦ resp_time: A string containing the datetime of the response, including date, time and timezone. ◦ bg_colour: A string containing the hexadecimal code of the background colour of the answer. ◦ answer_content: A string containing the text of the answer. • location: ◦ lat: A decimal number representing the latitude the participant was at when answering the survey. Negative values represent coordinates south of the equator. ◦ lng: A decimal number representing the longitude the participant was at when answering the survey. Negative values represent coordinates west of the Prime Meridian. ◦ accu: A decimal number representing the accuracy of the location data. Whether low values represent low accuracy or high accuracy is unknown ***. ◦ speed: *** • q_type: A string representing the type of this survey question, including free_form_text and single_choice. • order_id: An integer indicating the order this question is in on the survey.
Survey Resp***? Values: > 0
Survey RespEthica’s internal identifier for the subsurvey of the survey being reported on. Values: > 0
Survey RespEthica’s internal identifier for the survey being reported on. Values: > 0
Survey RespThe logical system timestamp of when the record was collected. It is a UUID identifying this record. Hexadecimal numbers of the form `ffffffff-ffff-ffff-ffff-ffffffffffff`, that is, an 8-digit number, three 4-digit numbers and a 12-digit number separated by dashes.
Survey RespEthica’s internal identifier for human participants, tied to an account.
Survey Resp SIDNo date? The date this row was collected. Somewhat redundant with the record_time field described below; possibly in place for facilitating quicker filtering of data. Strings of the form YYYY-MM where Y = year and M = month.
Survey Resp SIDEthica’s internal identifier for the device that a user is be using to collect this data; for example, one user may be associated with a phone and a tablet, each with a different device_id. Device numbers are assigned randomly, not sequentially, and the value of the identifier is not meant to be compared with others except to check for equality. The format of the device_id depends on the operating system of the device: 16-bit device_id values correspond to Android devices, while 32-bit values correspond to iOS devices. Additionally, the letters in Android device_ids are lowercase, while they are uppercase in iOS device_ids. 16-digit hexadecimal numbers > 0 or 32-bit hexadecimal numbers > 0.
Survey Resp SID***? Values: > 0, -2
Survey Resp SIDUnique participant ID across all cities and waves
Survey Resp SIDThe human-readable timestamp of the date and time this record was collected. Strings of the form `YYYY-MM-DD hh:mm:ss.fff+ZZZZ`, where Y = year, M = month, D = day, h = hour, m = minute, s = second, f = millisecond and Z equals timezone.
Survey Resp SIDA JSON text field, where each item is enclosed by {} characters, containing the following possible items per question: • q_content: A string containing the text of the question. • resp: ◦ resp_time: A string containing the datetime of the response, including date, time and timezone. ◦ bg_colour: A string containing the hexadecimal code of the background colour of the answer. ◦ answer_content: A string containing the text of the answer. • location: ◦ lat: A decimal number representing the latitude the participant was at when answering the survey. Negative values represent coordinates south of the equator. ◦ lng: A decimal number representing the longitude the participant was at when answering the survey. Negative values represent coordinates west of the Prime Meridian. ◦ accu: A decimal number representing the accuracy of the location data. Whether low values represent low accuracy or high accuracy is unknown ***. ◦ speed: ***? • q_type: A string representing the type of this survey question, including free_form_text and single_choice. • order_id: An integer indicating the order this question is in on the survey.
Survey Resp SID***? Values: > 0
Survey Resp SIDEthica’s internal identifier for the subsurvey of the survey being reported on. Values: > 0
Survey Resp SIDEthica’s internal identifier for the survey being reported on. Values: > 0
Survey Resp SIDThe logical system timestamp of when the record was collected. It is a UUID identifying this record. Hexadecimal numbers of the form `ffffffff-ffff-ffff-ffff-ffffffffffff`, that is, an 8-digit number, three 4-digit numbers and a 12-digit number separated by dashes.
Survey Resp SIDEthica’s internal identifier for human participants, tied to an account.
Survey ResponseNo date? The date this row was collected. Somewhat redundant with the record_time field described below; possibly in place for facilitating quicker filtering of data. Strings of the form YYYY-MM where Y = year and M = month.
Survey ResponseEthica’s internal identifier for the device that a user is be using to collect this data; for example, one user may be associated with a phone and a tablet, each with a different device_id. Device numbers are assigned randomly, not sequentially, and the value of the identifier is not meant to be compared with others except to check for equality. The format of the device_id depends on the operating system of the device: 16-bit device_id values correspond to Android devices, while 32-bit values correspond to iOS devices. Additionally, the letters in Android device_ids are lowercase, while they are uppercase in iOS device_ids. 16-digit hexadecimal numbers > 0 or 32-bit hexadecimal numbers > 0.
Survey Response***? Values: > 0, -2
Survey ResponseUnique participant ID across all cities and waves
Survey ResponseThe human-readable timestamp of the date and time this record was collected. Strings of the form `YYYY-MM-DD hh:mm:ss.fff+ZZZZ`, where Y = year, M = month, D = day, h = hour, m = minute, s = second, f = millisecond and Z equals timezone.
Survey ResponseA JSON text field, where each item is enclosed by {} characters, containing the following possible items per question: • q_content: A string containing the text of the question. • resp: ◦ resp_time: A string containing the datetime of the response, including date, time and timezone. ◦ bg_colour: A string containing the hexadecimal code of the background colour of the answer. ◦ answer_content: A string containing the text of the answer. • location: ◦ lat: A decimal number representing the latitude the participant was at when answering the survey. Negative values represent coordinates south of the equator. ◦ lng: A decimal number representing the longitude the participant was at when answering the survey. Negative values represent coordinates west of the Prime Meridian. ◦ accu: A decimal number representing the accuracy of the location data. Whether low values represent low accuracy or high accuracy is unknown ***. ◦ speed: *** • q_type: A string representing the type of this survey question, including free_form_text and single_choice. • order_id: An integer indicating the order this question is in on the survey.
Survey ResponseEthica’s internal identifier for the subsurvey of the survey being reported on. Values: > 0
Survey ResponseEthica’s internal identifier for the survey being reported on. Values: > 0
Survey ResponseThe logical system timestamp of when the record was collected. It is a UUID identifying this record. Hexadecimal numbers of the form `ffffffff-ffff-ffff-ffff-ffffffffffff`, that is, an 8-digit number, three 4-digit numbers and a 12-digit number separated by dashes.
Survey ResponseEthica’s internal identifier for human participants, tied to an account.
WifiThe basic service set of the wifi network, derived from an access point’s MAC address. Type: containing six two-digit hexadecimal numbers (0-255) joined by colon characters (a 48-bit representation) Values: `00:00:00:00:00:00` to `ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff`
WifiA list of schemas supported by the network for encryption, key management, and authentication. Type: list of sets of supported protocols enclosed by [] characters Values: Some possible schemas listed are: • WPA-PSK-CCMP(+TKIP) • WPA2-PSK-CCMP(+TKIP) • WPS • ESS • HS20
WifiNo date? The date this row was collected. Somewhat redundant with the record_time field described below; possibly in place for facilitating quicker filtering of data. Strings of the form YYYY-MM where Y = year and M = month.
WifiEthica’s internal identifier for the device that a user is be using to collect this data; for example, one user may be associated with a phone and a tablet, each with a different device_id. Device numbers are assigned randomly, not sequentially, and the value of the identifier is not meant to be compared with others except to check for equality. The format of the device_id depends on the operating system of the device: 16-bit device_id values correspond to Android devices, while 32-bit values correspond to iOS devices. Additionally, the letters in Android device_ids are lowercase, while they are uppercase in iOS device_ids. 16-digit hexadecimal numbers > 0 or 32-bit hexadecimal numbers > 0.
WifiThe channel used for communication between access point and client, in megaHertz (Mhz). Values: > 2400
WifiUnique participant ID across all cities and waves
WifiThe strength of the wifi signal measured as an RSSI value on a logarithmic scale (dBm), where strong signals are closer to 0. A network is typically usable if this value is above -80dBm. Values: -120 to 0
WifiThe human-readable timestamp of the date and time this record was collected. Strings of the form `YYYY-MM-DD hh:mm:ss.fff+ZZZZ`, where Y = year, M = month, D = day, h = hour, m = minute, s = second, f = millisecond and Z equals timezone.
WifiA network name describing the access point in a human-readable identifier. These values need not be unique between two access points; the BSSID will distinguish two networks with the same SSID. Values: any string
WifiThe logical system timestamp of when the record was collected. It is a UUID identifying this record. Hexadecimal numbers of the form `ffffffff-ffff-ffff-ffff-ffffffffffff`, that is, an 8-digit number, three 4-digit numbers and a 12-digit number separated by dashes.
WifiEthica’s internal identifier for human participants, tied to an account.
SensorVariableDescription

Ecological Momentary Assessment (EMA)

Ecological momentary assessment (EMA) involves repeated sampling of the participants' wellbeing in real time, and in their natural environments. It relies on the EthicaApp running on the participants' smartphone to capture their responses to various prompts up to three times per day.

VariableTitle [en]Subtitle [en]VicVanMtlSktVicVanMtlSktVicVanMtlSkt
Have you taken the bus today?15.3
Overall, how was your experience on the bus today?15.3
What would have made you more likely to take the bus this morning?15.3
Why not?15.3
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Do you currently use a device or smartphone app to monitor your physical activity?12.1
When using a device or app to monitor your physical activity, how concerned are you about the possibility of your location being known by the company which developed the device or app?12.1
If you had to use a device or app, how concerned would you be about the possibility of your location being known by the company which developed the device or app?12.1
For the last 7 days, we asked you how you were doing. What did you think of the questions? (You may select more than one answer)11.112.111.111.111.111.111.111.111.110.1
You've been collecting data for almost 30 days now! Thank you for contributing to the research. How are you finding this experience? (You may choose more than one answer)28.128.128.128.128.128.128.128.127.1
Did you see anyone from your network today (aside from a member of your household) ? (Check all that apply)14.314.3
During the past two weeks, have you felt happy?14.1
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Just a reminder, that since tomorrow is the final day for data collection, you may delete the Ethica app from your phone at the end of the day tomorrow. Before we wrap up… What inspired you to join our study?29.329.129.130.129.330.129.129.129.329.1
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During the past two weeks, have you felt that people are basically good?22.3
During the past two weeks, have you felt that you had experiences that challenged you to grow and become a better person?24.1
During the past two weeks, have you felt that the way our society works makes sense to you?24.3
During the past two weeks, have you felt confident to think or express your own ideas and opinions?26.1
During the past two weeks, have you felt that your life has a sense of direction or meaning to it?26.3
During the past two weeks, have you felt that you had something important to contribute to society?14.3
During the past two weeks, have you felt that you liked most parts of your personality?16.1
During the past two weeks, have you felt Interested in life ?16.3
During the past two weeks, have you felt that you belonged to a community (like a social group, or your neighbourhood)18.1
During the past two weeks, have you felt good at managing the responsibilities of your daily life?18.3
During the past two weeks, have you felt satisfied with your life?20.1
During the past two weeks, have you felt that our society is becoming a better place for all people?20.3
During the past two weeks, have you felt that you had warm and trusting relationships with others?22.1
At this moment, I feel:Unwell / Well4.15.14.14.14.14.14.14.14.13.1
At this moment, I feel:Content / Discontent4.15.14.14.14.14.14.14.14.13.1
At this moment, I feel:Agitated / Calm4.15.14.14.14.14.14.14.14.13.1
At this moment, I feel:Relaxed / Tense4.15.14.14.14.14.14.14.14.13.1
At this moment, I feel:Tired / Awake4.15.14.14.14.14.14.14.14.13.1
At this moment, I feel:Full of energy / Without energy4.15.14.14.14.14.14.14.14.13.1
At this moment, I am interacting with:4.15.14.14.14.14.14.14.14.13.1
Who are you interacting with virtually?4.14.14.14.14.14.13.1
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How concerned are you about the possibility of your location being known by your network mobile provider when using a smartphone?12.3
Compared with friends of my age, my concern regarding protecting my privacy is…13.3
How would you rate your sleep quality last night?17.117.1
What was the mode of transportation for your first trip from home today?2.31.32.32.31.32.32.32.31.31.3
What was the mode of transportation for your first trip from home today?1.3
What was the mode of transportation for your first trip from home today?1.3
What was the mode of transportation for your first trip from home today?1.3
What was the mode of transportation for your first trip from home today?2.3
What was the mode of transportation for your first trip from home today?2.3
What was the mode of transportation for your first trip from home today?2.3
What mode of transportation did you use for your most recent trip?1.1
What was the mode of transportation for your first trip from home today?2.3
What was the mode of transportation for your first trip from home today?2.3
What mode of transportation did you use for your most recent trip?2.3
What was the mode of transportation for your first trip from home today?1.3
What was the mode of transportation for your first trip from home today?2.3
Immediately before reading this notification, where was your phone?1.11.11.11.11.11.11.11.11.11.12.1

Table of Power

The Table of Power has a version for each of the two GPS and accelerometer data sources used in INTERACT, Ethica and Sensedoc. It remains mostly the same between its two versions. The two versions have the same set of columns, with demographic information such as age and gender coming from the same surveys.

The Sensedoc device's sole purpose is to collect participant GPS and accelerometer data. It is worn by the participant over 10 days, collecting accelerometry data at all times the device is operational and GPS data when the device is able to receive a GPS signal. After data collection, GPS data that contains illegal coordinates (coordinates that cannot correspond to any location on earth) are removed before the data is processed. When generating the Table of Power, Sensedoc data is aggregated to the nearest second, then to the nearest minute, as well as whatever greater time intervals researchers may request.

The Ethica dataset is collected by using sensors within the participant's own smartphone. To conserve the device's battery life, data is only collected in roughly 1 minute on, 4 minutes off duty cycles. Because of this, after aggregating data to the 1-second level, the next lowest time interval available is 5 minutes rather than 1 minute. In addition, there is currently a known issue with Ethica data where a participant may have multiple data records with the same record time but different measurements for both GPS and accelerometer data, and in these cases both conflicting records are deleted. GPS records are also removed based on the same criteria described for Sensedoc records above.

VariableDescription
The unique id assigned to each participant in the format `CWWNNNNNN`, where `C` identifies the participant's city, `WW` identifies the wave they participated in for that city, and `NNNNNN` are 6 randomly generated numbers unique to the participant for their particular city and wave.
The SenseDoc id used by the participant to collect the GPS and accelerometry data
The timestamp in UTC time for which the epoch was recorded or aggregated to
The number of counts recorded for the given epoch on the x axis, derived from the accelerometer data recorded by the Sensedoc device. These are the actigraph measurement equivalents. (See paper in _source_)
The number of counts recorded for the given epoch on the y axis, derived from the accelerometer data recorded by the Sensedoc device. These are the actigraph measurement equivalents. (See paper in _source_)
The number of counts recorded for the given epoch on the z axis, derived from the accelerometer data recorded by the Sensedoc device. These are the actigraph measurement equivalents. (See paper in _source_)
The vector magnitude of the x, y, and z counts
The latitude coordinate recorded by the Sensedoc device (expressed in decimal degrees, in WGS 84 coordinate system). At epochs greater than 1sec, the `lat` is the median location of all 1sec latitudes.
The longitude coordinate recorded by the Sensedoc device (expressed in decimal degrees, in WGS 84 coordinate system). At epochs greater than 1sec, the `lon` is the median location of all 1sec longitudes
The altitude above mean sea level recorded by the Sensedoc device (expressed in meters, in WGS 84 coordinate system). At epochs greater than 1sec, the `alt` is the median height of all 1sec altitudes
**Only in the 1-second ToP** The speed recorded by the Sensedoc device (expressed in knots).
**Only in the 1-second ToP** The course over ground recorded by the Sensedoc device (expressed in degrees).
**Only in the 1-second ToP** The mode used by the Sensedoc device: - `A` = Autonomous, - `D` = DGPS, - `E` = DR.
**Only in the 1-second ToP** The position fix flag: - `A` = Data Valid, - `V` = Data Invalid
**Only in the 1-second ToP** The positioning mode used by the Sensedoc device: - `A` = Autonomous GNSS Fix, - `D` = Differential GNSS Fix
**Only in the 1-second ToP** The navigation mode used by the Sensedoc device: - `1` = No Fix, - `2` = 2D Fix, - `3` = 3D Fix
**Only in the 1-second ToP** The Number of satellites used (range: 0-99) by the Sensedoc device.
**Only in the 1-second ToP** Position dilution of precision
**Only in the 1-second ToP** Horizontal dilution of precision
**Only in the 1-second ToP** Vertical dilution of precision
**Only in the 1-second ToP** The Number of satellites in view.
**Only in the 1-minute ToP** Indicates if participant was wearing the device or not. Has a value of 1 if the participant was wearing the device at the time, 0 otherwise. Wear/non-wear epochs identified with the algorithm discussed in the paper in _source_.
**Only in the 1-minute ToP** Obtained by using thresholds on the vertical axis (which corresponds to `count_x` column for SenseDoc devices). These thresholds are discussed in the paper in _source_. Thresholds cutoffs: - Light: 100 (Not part of the original paper) - Moderate: 2020 - Vigorous: 5999

Essence table

The Essence Table comprises a selection of the most commonly used INTERACT variables combined with a series of derived variables for participants from all cities and waves.

ToolboxVariableDomainDescription
HealthDemographicsNumber of adults living in household (including participant)
HealthDemographicsAge
HealthSocial ConnectednessSense of belonging to your local community
HealthTransportationWhether participant has access to a bike
HealthTransportationPerception of safety for biking in city
HealthDemographicsBorn in Canada
HealthTransportationWhether participant has access to a car
HealthTransportationWhether participant is a member of a car sharing service
HealthDemographicsWhether participant has children
HealthDemographicsNumber of children living in household
HealthSocial ConnectednessNumber of close friends
Camille's Spatial ToolboxActivity spacePerimeter of the convex hull
Camille's Spatial ToolboxActivity spaceSurface of the convex hull
HealthDemographicsEducation attainment
HealthDemographicsEmployment status
HealthDemographicsgroup_id / group_id_mtl / group_id_skt
HealthDemographicsGender
Naud social indicatorsNumber of people in all groups
HealthWell-beingSubjective Happiness Scale
HealthGeneral healthHeight
Naud social indicatorsNumber of people with whom the participant discuss important matters
HealthDemographicsHousehold income
HealthDemographicsIncome needs
HealthInterventionWhether participant has heard of intervention
HealthInterventionNumber of annual visits/uses
HealthInterventionWhether participant thinks intervention is a good idea
HealthInterventionWhether participant would use intervention more after implementation
HealthTransportationWhether participant has a valid driver's license
HealthDemographicsliving_arrange_1 vs living_arrange_2:7
HealthSocial ConnectednessHow often do you feel left out; lack companionship; feel isolated
HealthPhysical ActivityMinutes of lpa per week (incl. travel and leisure)
HealthDemographicsMarital Status
Camille's Spatial ToolboxActivity spaceMaximal road network distance from the residence to an activity place
Camille's Spatial ToolboxActivity spaceMedian road network distance from the residence to all activity places
Camille's Spatial ToolboxActivity spaceMinimal road network distance from the residence to an activity place (Min_Length)
HealthPhysical ActivityMinutes of total mvpa per week (incl. work, travel, leisure)
Camille's Spatial ToolboxActivity spaceNumber of activity places
Camille's Spatial ToolboxActivity spaceNumber of activity locations in the perceived residential neighborhood (PRN)
Camille's Spatial ToolboxActivity spaceNumber of activity types
Activity space (VERITAS)Activity spaceCount of all leisure activity locations visited (leisure activity, park, cultural activity, volunteering, spiritual activity, restaurant, takeout, walk)
Activity space (VERITAS)Activity spaceCount of all service locations visited
Activity space (VERITAS)Activity spaceCount of all shopping locations visited
Activity space (VERITAS)Activity spaceCount of all cultural activity locations visited
Activity space (VERITAS)Activity spaceCount of all leisure activity locations visited
Activity space (VERITAS)Activity spaceCount of all other locations
Activity space (VERITAS)Activity spaceCount of all parks visited
Activity space (VERITAS)Activity spaceCount of all restaurant, bars or café locations visited
Activity space (VERITAS)Activity spaceCount of all spiritual activity locations visited
Activity space (VERITAS)Activity spaceCount of places to pick up take out visited
Activity space (VERITAS)Activity spaceCount of all transit locations visited
Activity space (VERITAS)Activity spaceCount of all volunteering locations visited
Activity space (VERITAS)Activity spaceCount of places where people walk
Camille's Spatial ToolboxActivity spaceNumber of visits to places per week
HealthNeighbourhoodNeighbourhood self-selection
HealthNeighbourhoodNeighbourhood self-selection
HealthNeighbourhoodNeighbourhood self-selection
HealthNeighbourhoodNeighbourhood self-selection
HealthNeighbourhoodNeighbourhood self-selection
HealthNeighbourhoodNeighbourhood self-selection
HealthNeighbourhoodNeighbourhood self-selection
HealthNeighbourhoodNeighbourhood self-selection
HealthNeighbourhoodNeighbourhood self-selection
HealthNeighbourhoodSatisfaction with neighbourhood
HealthNeighbourhood Social ConnectednessSocial well-being / Satisfaction with neighbourhood
HealthNeighbourhood Social ConnectednessSocial well-being / Satisfaction with neighbourhood
HealthNeighbourhoodSatisfaction with neighbourhood
HealthSocial ConnectednessAttachment to neighbourhood
Camille's Spatial ToolboxActivity spacePercentage of visits to places in the residential neighborhood
Camille's Spatial ToolboxActivity spacePercentage of visits in the perceived residential neighborhood (PRN)
Naud social indicatorsNumber of people in the network
HealthTransportationWalking enjoyment
HealthTransportationBiking enjoyment
HealthTransportationPublic Transit enjoyment
HealthTransportationCar enjoyment
Camille's Spatial ToolboxSurface of the perceived residential neighborhood (PRN)
HealthWell-beingPersonal Wellbeing Index (PWI) Scale
HealthPhysical ActivityMinutes of sedentarity per week (incl. travel + sitting)
HealthGeneral healthSF12 - mental health
HealthGeneral healthSF12 - physical
HealthGeneral healthGeneral health / quality of life
Naud social indicatorsSimmelian Brokerage calculated on the full network
HealthPhysical ActivityMinutes of sitting per week
Naud social indicatorsWeekly face-to-face interactions among people with whom the participant like to socialize
Naud social indicatorsWeekly ICT interactions among people with whom the participant like to socialize
Naud social indicatorsNumber of people with whom the participant like to socialize
HealthSocial ConnectednessParticularized trust
HealthSocial ConnectednessGeneralized trust
HealthSocial ConnectednessFormal social interactions among neighbours (visiting, neighbour, going somewhere with neighbour, giving or receiving neighbour help/advice)
HealthSocial ConnectednessNeighborhood social trust and cohesion
HealthSocial ConnectednessInformal social interactions among neighbours (saying hello or having chat)
HealthDemographicsWhether participant is a student
HealthPhysical ActivityMinutes of travel-related light PA per week
HealthPhysical ActivityMinutes of travel-related moderate PA per week
HealthPhysical ActivityMinutes of travel-related sedentary behaviour
Activity space (VERITAS)Activity spaceTotal area of unsafe areas
HealthInterventionWhether participant has used intervention
HealthGeneral healthWeight
ToolboxVariableDomainDescription