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Purpose: Environmental initiatives to support walking are keys to non-communicable disease prevention, but the relevant evidence comes mainly from cross-sectional studies. We examined neighborhood environmental attributes associated cross-sectionally with walking and those associated prospectively with walking maintenance. Methods: Data were from the Australian Diabetes, Obesity and Lifestyle study collected in 2004-05 (baseline) and in 2011-12 (follow-up). Participants who did not movedoi:10.1249/mss.0000000000000528 pmid:25251048 fatcat:y2p6rjbpsbcudjo7oxjxv6fbi4