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Lifestyles and Cycling Behavior—Data from a Cross-Sectional Study

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Department of Geoinformatics, University of Salzburg, 5020 Salzburg, Austria
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Freelance Consultant, 1010 Vienna, Austria
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Helios, 39100 Bolzano BZ, Italy
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Data 2019, 4(4), 140; https://doi.org/10.3390/data4040140
Received: 26 September 2019 / Revised: 14 October 2019 / Accepted: 16 October 2019 / Published: 17 October 2019
Cycling experiences a remarkable renaissance as an everyday mode of transport and in an increasing number of cities, cycling substantially contributes to the overall traffic. However, cyclists are not a homogeneous group of road users, but very diverse in terms of behavior, motivators, and deterrents. In order to gain better insights into driving forces and behavior patterns of cyclists, we conducted an opt-in online survey, in which socio-demographic, lifestyle, and mobility behavior data were collected. In total, 1234 responses with a completion rate of 87% (1073 complete survey) were collected between 3 May and 3 June 2019. With reference to complete responses, the gender ratio is balanced (53% female) and the mean age is 42 (σ = 12.75). A relative majority of participants cycles frequently. The fully anonymized dataset contains 107 data points per response, including survey metadata. View Full-Text
Keywords: cross-sectional study; online survey; cycling; lifestyle; mobility cross-sectional study; online survey; cycling; lifestyle; mobility
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Loidl, M.; Werner, C.; Heym, L.; Kofler, P.; Innerebner, G. Lifestyles and Cycling Behavior—Data from a Cross-Sectional Study. Data 2019, 4, 140.

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