Variables | Techniques | Description |

Main problem-non motorized mode | DT | (1) risk of running over ; (2) robberies; (3) poor condition of sidewalks; (4) lack of trees |

Transit capacity | DT | (1) empty; (2) suitable; (3) crowded; (4) overcrowded |

Transit Fleet | DT | (1) very small; (2) small; (3) suitable; (4) upper |

Main problem-transit mode | DT | (1) travel time; (2) safety; (3) comfort; (4) itinerary; (5) schedules |

Main problem-car mode | DT | (1) traffic jam; (2) lack of parking; (3) high cost |

Driver license | DT | (1) yes; (2) no |

Gender of household head | DT | (1) male; (2) female |

Literacy | DT | (1) complete high school degree or college; (2) incomplete high school degree or less; (3) illiterate |

Income | DT | (1) 0 to 2 MW |

Main travel mode | DT | (1) public; (2) private; (3) non-motorized |

Motorcycle ownership | DT | number of motorcycles |

Car ownership | DT | number of cars |

Age | DT | householdâ€™s head age |

Amount of trips | DT | number of trips performed by the household head |

latitude and longitude | IK; OK | geographic coordinates of sampled households |

Motorized private travel mode | IK | 0: Do not use 1: Use |

Probabilities of choice of motorized private travel mode | OK | continuous variable from the DT results (between 0 and 1) |