50+ Cycling Survey
dblTilde CORE is partnering with the Mineta Transportation Institute for this one-of-a-kind national survey of older cyclists.
Started in late 2017, the survey grew to include Canadian cyclists in Year 4. Thank you to all who promoted the survey and took the survey. The 5000+ responses provide a rich set of insights for older cyclists. The Year 4 Summary Report is expected in late summer.
See the Mineta Transportation Institute website for
- More details on the Year 4 survey
- To view and download the Year 3 Report and dataset, Cycling Past 50: A Closer Look into the World of Older Cyclists
The 50+ Cycling Survey now has its own landing page. Click here
for more information and updates.
Older Adult Typology of Physical Activity (OAT-PA)
The OAT-PA and accompanying Implementation Tool are resources available for local planning and public health agencies, as well as nonprofits focused on active living and wellness, especially to plan for programs and infrastructure in communities with high rates of older residents. We are currently talking with two such nonprofits about using both to reach older adults: a YMCA in a community with a high percentage of older residents and a Senior Center serving a lower income Hispanic population.
An article detailing work to develop and validate the typology and the implementation tool is published in the Journal of Gerontology and Geriatric Medicine at: https://doi.org/10.1177/23337214221094187.
Study of Older Adult Mobility in Active and Tiered Living Communities
We are working with engineers and planners at Cal-Poly Pomona to study how well older adult communities in California provide ways for residents to walk and bicycle within the community, and how well they are connected to active transportation networks adjacent to their community. Branded, So We Can: Infrastructure that matters for Older Adults, the project includes surveying residents about their experiences, as well as talking with jurisdictional staff about planning and engagement practices for older adult living communities. The project is funded by California’s SB-1 program and managed by the Mineta Transportation Institute.