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Volume 9, No. 2 (2016)  [9]

Persistent link to this collection: http://hdl.handle.net/11299/182414

Table of Contents:

  • Introduction: Transport and land use in childhood , pp. 1-4
  • School travel route measurement and built environment effects in models of children's school travel behavior, pp. 5-23
  • Past and present of active school transportation: An exploration of the built environment effects in Toronto, Canada from 1986 to 2006, pp. 25-41
  • Do children walk where they bike? Exploring built environment correlates of children's walking and bicycling, pp. 43-65
  • Longitudinal analysis of adolescent girls' activity patterns in San Diego and Minneapolis: Understanding the influence of the transition to licensure, pp. 67-86
  • Children and youth transport in different urban morphological types, pp. 87-103
  • Quantifying the role of disturbances and speeds on separated bicycle facilities, pp. 105-119
  • New methods to measure the built environment for human-scale travel research: Individual access corridor (IAC) analytics to better understand sustainable active travel choices, pp. 121-145
  • Do characteristics of walkable environments support bicycling? Toward a definition of bicycle-supported development, pp. 147-188

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