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Table 2 Summary results of the alternate-form reliability of MAPS Global: overview per (sub)section and subscale

From: Using an audit tool (MAPS Global) to assess the characteristics of the physical environment related to walking for transport in youth: reliability of Belgian data

  Number of items Alternate-form reliability (on-site–online)
ICC/kappa range r range Moderate-to-perfect agreement n (%) Fair/poor agreement n (%)
All 119 −0.01 to 1.00 0.31–1.00 72 (60.0) 17 (14.2)
Route (n = 65) 61 0.03–1.00 0.31–1.00 36 (59.0) 5 (8.2)
Land use/destinations 31 0.41–0.81 0.31–1.00 24 (77.4)
 Residential density 4 0.41–0.81 4 (100)
 Shops 8 0.49–0.92 5 (62.5)
 Restaurant and entertainment 4 0.31–0.94 4 (100)
 Institutional/services 3 0.63–0.94 3 (100)
 Public recreation 4 0.32–0.84 2 (50.0)
 Private recreation 2 0.70–1.00 2 (100)
 Worship land usesa 1 0.78 1
 School land usesa 1 0.81 1
 Pedestrian zone land usesa 1 0.48 1
 Age restricted land usesa 1 0.70 1
 Liquor related land usesa 1 N/A
 Industrial land usesa 1 N/A
Streetscape 19 0.54–0.91 0.32–0.87 9 (47.4)
Aesthetics and social 11 −0.03–0.74 3 (27.3) 8 (72.7)
Segment (n = 220) 29 −0.01–0.86 0.81 23 (79.3) 6 (20.7)
 Setback and building height 4b 0.48–0.61 4 (100)
 Building height to road width ratio 5 0.48–0.61 0.81 5 (100)
 Sidewalk 8 −0.01–0.82 5 (62.5) 3 (37.5)
 Buffer 2 0.62–0.66 2 (100)
 Bike infrastructure 3 0.31–0.86 2 (66.7) 1 (33.3)
 Building surveillancea 1 0.57 1
 Shade 3 0.47–0.68 3 (100)
 Pedestrian connectivity 3 0.34–0.36 2 (66.7)
 Informal patha 1 0.58 1
 Hawkers/shopsa 1 0.78 1
 High (car) street lightsa 1 0.50 1
 Low (pedestrian) street lightsa 1 0.64 1
CROSSING (n = 124) 23 −0.01–1.00 0.79 12 (50.0) 3 (12.5)
 Crosswalk amenities 7 0.19–0.96 2 (28.6) 1 (14.3)
 Curb quality/presence 3 0.64–0.76 3 (100)
 Intersection control and signage 7 −0.01–1.00 4 (57.1) 1 (14.3)
 Bike 3 0.65–0.66 2 (66.7)
 Overpassa 1 N/A
 Road widtha 1 0.79 1
 Visibilitya 1 −0.02 1
CUL-DE-SAC (n = 6) 6 0.76–1.00 2 (33.3)
  1. Some items no kappa or ICC could be calculated as at least one variable was constant
  2. ICC intraclass correlation coefficient; r Pearson correlation coefficient
  3. a Single item; b 4 items are also included in subscale Building Height to Road Width Ratio