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School travel route measurement and built environment effects in models of children's school travel behavior
Journal of Transport and Land Use
The most common form of physical activity for people of all ages is walking, thus the use of active travel modes, such as walking or cycling for school trips, can increase daily physical activity levels. School travel is one way to encourage walking and cycling on a daily basis. Much of the recent literature reports inconsistent results pertaining to how the built environment may relate to active school travel. To date, there is no consistent approach toward conceptualizing the "environment"doi:10.5198/jtlu.2015.782 fatcat:jfgocxya5raw3aptk7g2okh5ku