Published in Law and Health Weekly, October 23rd, 2004
Transport policies aim to reduce traffic congestion by discouraging car use and encouraging alternative modes of transport, such as walking and cycling. A shift in population transport patterns has obvious potential health benefits, but we lack good evidence on what measures are effective.
Researchers from the University of Glasgow, writing in the October 2, 2004, issue of the British Medical Journal assessed the best available evidence from towns and cities around the world, looking for evidence of measures that had reduced car use, increased walking and cycling,...
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