Policies for Active Living in Transportation (PAL-T)

Constructs Measured

Implementation Outcomes Acceptability
Implementation Determinants N/A

Policy Application

Setting Community
Topic Infectious and Chronic Disease
Physical Activity

Basic Information

The PAL-T measure is a 17-item self-administered instrument designed to the public’s support for policies aimed at promoting active transportation.

Transferability of measure across settings: Setting-specific

Citing Literature

Empirical use: Fuller D, Gauvin L, Fournier M, et al. Internal consistency, concurrent validity, and discriminant validity of a measure of public support for Policies for Active Living in Transportation (PAL-T) in a population-based sample of adults. Journal of Urban Health. 2012;89(2):258-269. doi:10.1007/s11524-011-9650-x

Policy Application in Reviewed Studies

Setting: Community

Topic: Physical activity

Country: Canada

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PAPERS Ratings

Note: Blank pragmatic constructs indicate inadequate reporting to assign a non-zero score.

Overall PAPERS Pragmatic Score:

11

 

Note: Blank psychometric constructs were not assessed in included studies.

Overall PAPERS Psychometric Score:

9