Dataset on Factors Influencing Pedestrian Crosswalk Usage Behavior in High-Density Urban Areas of a Developing Country

Published: 28 May 2024| Version 2 | DOI: 10.17632/rr7mfjftx2.2
Nazmus Sakib,


This dataset is from a survey of pedestrian perceptions of crosswalk usage behavior in Dhaka city. The survey was conducted based on 8 attributes and demographic characteristics (Gender, Age, Crosswalk Usage frequency, and whether they truly prefer crosswalk usage or not). The responses were collected using a 5-point Likert scale, with 1 representing a strong disagreement, to 5 representing a strong agreement. The survey was carried out for three months from May 2020 to July 2020 at the selected locations of Dhaka, Bangladesh (Baridhara, Banani, Gulshan-2, Badda, Bijoy Sarani, Panthapath, Saarc Fowara, Mouchak, Shantinagar, Dhanmondi, Shahabag and Kakrail Circle). 700 responses were collected in the selected crosswalk location employing five persons under rigorous supervision. The initial sample size was reduced to 682 after data screening where unengaged respondents and outliers were eliminated.



Daffodil International University, Ahsanullah University of Science and Technology


Transport, Survey, Questionnaire, Pedestrian Safety