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Freedom to Travel

Freedom to Travel

Freedom to Travel

2003
BTS03-08

Table of Contents File Formats
Entire Report
Acknowledgments
Executive Summary
Survey Goal
Survey Topics
Data Analysis
Methodology
Data Availability
List of Figures
Figure 1. Percent of Persons Aged 5 Years or Older with Disabilities
Figure 2. Number of Days Per Week People Leave Home
Figure 3. Transportation Modes Used in the Past Month for Local Travel
Figure 4. Type of Transportation Used by Disability Status and Driver Status
Figure 5. Trip Purpose
Figure 6. Transportation Availability
Figure 7. Transit Use Frequency
Figure 8. Transportation Problems
Figure 9. Transportation Modes Used for Long-Distance Travel During Past Year
Figure 10. Percent of Drivers Who Impose Restrictions on Their Driving
Figure 11. Driving Ability Perceptions by People with Disabilities
Figure 12. Driving Ability Perceptions by Non-Disabled People
Figure 13. Factors Influencing Discontinuance of Driving
List of Tables
Tables for Disability Information and Travel Outside the Home
Table 1. Percent of Disabled and Nondisabled by Number of Days They Leave Home Per Week  
Table 2. Average Age (years) of Disabled and Nondisabled by Number of Days They Leave the Home Per Week  
Table 3. Average Age (years) of Disabled and Nondisabled by Number of Days They Leave the Home Per Week  
Table 4. Percent of Disabled by Number of Days They Leave the Home Per Week and Disability Severity  
Table 5. Percent of Disabled by Number of Days They Leave the Home Per Week and Disability Severity  
Table 6. Percent of Disabled that Need Specialized Assistance or Equipment to Travel Outside the Home by Number of Days They Leave the Home  
Table 7. Percent of Disabled that Have Difficulties Getting the Transportation Needed With Transportation by Number of Days They Leave the Home Per Week  
Table 8. Percent of Disabled and Nondisabled by Travel Outside the Home by Need for Specialized Assistance or Equipment  
Table 9. Percent of Disabled and Nondisabled by Travel Outside the Home by Difficulties Getting Transportation Needed  
Table 10. Percent of Disabled and Nondisabled that Need Specialized Assistance or Equipment to Travel Outside the Home or Have Difficulty Getting the Transportation Needed  
Table 11. Percent of Disabled and Nondisabled that Need Specialized Assistance or Equipment to Travel Outside the Home by Type of Assistance Needed  
Table 12. Percent of Disabled and Nondisabled that Have Difficulty Getting the Transportation Needed by Type of Difficulty  
Tables for Local and Long Distance Personal Travel        
Table 13. Percent of Disabled and Nondisabled Who Used Type of Transportation in Past Month for Local Travel  
Table 14. Percent of Disabled and Nondisabled Who Used Type of Transportation in Past Month for Local Travel by Driver Status  
Table 15. Percent of Applicable (e.g., worker, student) Disabled and Nondisabled by Type of Transportation Used Most Often to Commute to Paid or Volunteer Work, School, Doctor or Medical Visits, and Other Local Travel, Such as Shopping and Recreation  
Table 16. Percent of Applicable (e.g., worker, student) Disabled and Nondisabled by Type of Transportation Used Most Often to Commute toPaid or Volunteer Work, School, Doctor or Medical Visits, and Other Local Travel, Such as Shopping and Recreation  
Table 17. Percent of Disabled and Nondisabled by Availability of Transportation  
Table 18. Percent of Disabled and Nondisabled Transportation Users by Number of Days Per Week Use Transportation in the Past Month  
Table 19. Percent of Disabled and Nondisabled Transportation Users by Number of Days Per Week Use Transportation in the Past Month  
Table 20. Percent of Disabled and Nondisabled Transportation Users by Number of One-Way Trips a Day  
Table 21. Percent of Disabled and Nondisabled Transportation Users by Number of One-Way Trips a Day  
Table 22. Percent of Disabled and Nondisabled Experiencing Problems with Local Transportation  
Table 23. Percent of Disabled and Nondisabled Experiencing Problems as a Pedestrian or as a Cyclist for Local Travel  
Table 24. Percent of Disabled and Nondisabled Experiencing Problems at Bus Stops or at Subway/Light Rail/Commuter Train Stations for Local Travel  
Table 25. Percent of Disabled and Nondisabled Experiencing Problems on Buses or on Subway/Light Rail/Commuter Trains for Local Travel  
Table 26. Percent of Disabled Experiencing Problems on Paratransit for Local Travel  
Table 27. Percent of Disabled and Nondisabled who Made Long-Distance Trips of 100 Miles or More One-Way Last Year  
Table 28. Percent of Disabled and Nondisabled by Type of Transportation Used for Long-Distance Travel in Past Year  
Table 29. Percent of Disabled and Nondisabled Experiencing Problems with Long-Distance Travel  
Table 30. Percent of Disabled and Nondisabled Experiencing Problems at Airports During Long-Distance Travel  
Table 31. Percent of Disabled and Nondisabled Experiencing Problems on Airplanes During Long-Distance Travel  
Tables for Personal Motor Vehicle Ownership and Use        
Table 32. Percent of Disabled and Nondisabled by Current Driving Status  
Table 33. Percent of Disabled and Nondisabled by Number of Days Per Week Drives  
Table 34. Percent of Disabled and Nondisabled by Number of Vehicles Owned or Leased in Household  
Table 35. Percent of Disabled and Nondisabled by Number of Vehicles Owned or Leased in Household  
Table 36. Percent of Disabled and Nondisabled Live in a Household that Own or Lease a Vehicle Modified with Adaptive Devices or Equipment for use by Persons with Disabilities  
Table 37. Percent of Disabled and Nondisabled that Limit or Restrict Driving  
Table 38. Percent of Disabled and Nondisabled Drivers who Restrict their Driving by Avoiding Driving at Night by Age  
Table 39. Percent of Disabled and Nondisabled by Driving Ability as Compared to 5 Years Ago  
Table 40. Percent of Disabled and Nondisabled by Reasons to Give up Driving  
Updated: Saturday, May 20, 2017