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Understanding the context for urban form changes: a concept mapping exercise amongst stakeholders in three cities

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A better understanding of context facilitates interpretation of intervention success or failure. Perceptions of context may differ across stakeholders. We used concept mapping in case studies of three imminent urban form interventions (a public bike share program in Vancouver, British Columbia; a city-wide cycling network in Victoria, British Columbia; a bus rapid transit system in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan) to uncover stakeholders’ perceptions of factors that influence the success or failure of urban form interventions.


Fuller D, Winters M, Kestens Y, Rondier P. A tale of three cities: A concept mapping exercise to understand the context for urban form changes. Oral presentation at: International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity; June 10 2017; Victoria, BC.

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Understanding the context for urban form changes: a concept mapping exercise amongst stakeholders in three cities

  1. 1. A concept mapping exercise to understand the context for urban form changes Daniel Fuller, Meghan Winters, Yan Kestens, Pierre Rondier
  2. 2. An exercise to determine and prioritize the factors that influence the impact implementation and impact of the urban form intervention under study.
  3. 3. “From your perspective, factors that impact the success or failure of [intervention of interest] are…. ” 5 Statement Generation Research Question Ideas Statement sorting and rating Sorting in groups Ranking by importance and feasibility Data analysis Multidimensional scaling Cluster analysis Visual representation Concept map visualisation Focus groups Interpreting the map Participants Facilitators In Person Participants
  4. 4. Statement Sorting 1 • Identify Close and Distant Ideas Statement Sorting 2 • Group Ideas Statement Sorting 3 • Ranking of Clusters 6 Multidimensional Scaling Attributing x and y Coordinates for Each Idea Cluster Analysis Rating of Highly Rated Statements
  5. 5. 8 13 8 5 7 8 4 6 10 5 2 3 SASKATOON VANCOUVER VICTORIA Non profit Policy maker / govt Private sector Public
  6. 6. Site Saskatoon Vancouver Victoria PARTICIPATION Nb of stakeholders invited 52 67 57 Nb of participants 22 29 28 % of participation 42.3% 43.3% 49.1% 8
  7. 7. Site Saskatoon Vancouver Victoria GENERATION AND EVALUATION Nb of statements generated 85 75 84 Nb of selected statements 41 30 40 Nb of groups proposed to sort the ideas 79 88 85 Total Duration (estimated) 23 min 22 min 27 min 9
  8. 8. 10 Political leadership and support Communication, promotions, and public engagement Stakeholder’s engagement and support Network characteristics and design Monitoring & Evaluation
  9. 9. 11 Safety Promotion and Stakeholder Engagement Costs Reliability and Availability Reliability and Ease of Use Equipment and Service Quality
  10. 10. 12 Reliability and Ease of Use Equipment and Service Quality Urban Design Funding Stakeholder Engagement Cost
  11. 11. Saskatoon Vancouver Victoria 1. Reliability and Ease of Use 2. Funding 3. Overall Urban Design Friendliness 4. Stakeholder Engagement 5. Costs 1. Equipment and service quality 2. Reliability and ease of use 3. Reliability and availability of the bicycle fleet 4. Costs 5. Promotion and stakeholder engagement 1. Political leadership and support 2. Network characteristics 3. Monitoring and evaluation 4. Communication, promotions and public engagement 5. Stakeholder engagement 14
  12. 12. Saskatoon Vancouver Victoria • Reliability and Ease of Use • Funding • Overall Urban Design Friendliness • Stakeholder Engagement • Costs • Equipment and Service Quality • Equipment and service quality • Reliability and ease of use • Reliability and availability of the bicycle fleet • Costs • Promotion and stakeholder engagement • Safety of use • Political leadership and support • Network characteristics • Monitoring and evaluation • Communication, promotions and public engagement • Stakeholder engagement 15Feasibility (ranking): Highest Moderate Lowest

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