Definition and Benchmarks of Active Transportation
Person in Charge
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Active transportation refers to any form of human-powered transportation – walking, cycling, using a wheelchair, in-line skating or skateboarding.
% of children and youth who use active transportation to get to and from places (e.g., school, park, mall, friend’s house).
|GRADE||Interpretation||Corresponding number for analysis|
|A||We are succeeding with a large majority of children and youth (87%–93%)||14|
|B||We are succeeding with well over half of children and youth (67%–73%)||11|
|C||We are succeeding with about half of children and youth (47%–53%)||8|
|D||We are succeeding with less than half but some children and youth (27%–33%)||5|
|F||We are succeeding with very few children and youth (<20%)||2|
|INC||Incomplete—insufficient or inadequate information to assign a grade||No grade|