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Table 2 Regression coefficients and 95% confidence intervals from overdispersed Poisson models

From: Timing and effect of a safe routes to school program on child pedestrian injury risk during school travel hours: Bayesian changepoint and difference-in-differences analysis

  Census Tracts with Completed SRTS Interventions Vs. Census Tracts with No SRTS Interventions Census Tracts with Completed SRTS Interventions Vs. Census Tracts with Partially Completed SRTS Interventions
Variable   
β0 −9.43 (−9.55, −9.31) −8.51 (−8.69, −8.33)
β1 0.95 ( 0.42, 1.48) 0.03 (−0.32, 0.38)
β2 −0.13 (−0.40, 0.14) −0.33 (−0.76, 0.10)
β3 −0.58 (−2.01, 0.85) −0.38 (−1.34, 0.58)
  1. Coefficients and 95% Confidence Intervals (CI) on log scale. Completed Safe Routes to School(SRTS) interventions census tracts and non-SRTS intervention census tracts (model 1) and completed SRTS census tracts vs. not-completed SRTS intervention census tracts (model 2), New York City, 2001–2010.