Table 1

Baseline characteristics and traffic risky behaviours among 933 pedestrians in Northwestern Iran, 2023

VariableTraffic risky behaviours in probands and relativesP value
Yes
n (%)
No
n (%)
Total
n=933
Family membersFather (proband)93 (36.05)165 (63.95)258 (100)0.32
Mother84 (35)156 (65)240 (100)
Children132 (30.34)303 (69.66)435 (100)
Age group<2042 (30.43)96 (69.57)138 (100)0.23
21–3057 (29.84)134 (70.16)191 (100)
31–4039 (31.97)83 (68.03)122 (100)
41–5095 (36.68)164 (63.32)259 (100)
51–6048 (33.33)96 (66.67)144 (100)
>6028 (35.44)51 (64.56)79 (100)
GenderMale166 (34.09)321 (65.91)487 (100)0.51
Female143 (32.06)303 (67.94)446 (100)
Marital statusSingle94 (29.65)223 (35.74)317 (100)0.37
Married200 (34.96)372 (65.04)572 (100)
Divorced9 (29.03)22 (70.97)31 (100)
Widowed6 (46.15)7 (53.84)13 (100)
EducationIlliterate/primary33 (31.73)71 (68.27)104 (100)0.94
Secondary38 (31.4)83 (68.60)121 (100)
Undergraduate164 (33.61)324 (66.39)488 (100)
Postgraduate74 (33.64)146 (66.36)220 (100)
Socioeconomic statusVery low50 (23.15)166 (76.85)216 (100)0.001
Low61 (28.77)151 (71.23)212 (100)
Medium131 (37.97)214 (62.03)345 (100)
High56 (41.48)79 (58.52)135 (100)
Very high11 (44)14 (56)25 (100)
Family size (members)3113 (31.83)242 (68.17)355 (100)0.50
4152 (35.43)277 (64.57)429 (100)
535 (30.43)80 (69.57)115 (100)
69 (26.47)25 (73.53)34 (100)