Corpus ID: 9809675

A community-based participatory research partnership to reduce vehicle idling near public schools.

@article{Eghbalnia2013ACP,
  title={A community-based participatory research partnership to reduce vehicle idling near public schools.},
  author={Cynthia Eghbalnia and Ken Sharkey and Denisha Garland-Porter and Mohammad Alam and Marilyn Crumpton and C. Jones and P. Ryan},
  journal={Journal of environmental health},
  year={2013},
  volume={75 9},
  pages={
          14-9
        }
}
The authors implemented and assessed the effectiveness of a public health initiative aimed at reducing traffic-related air pollution exposure of the school community at four Cincinnati public schools. A partnership was fostered with academic environmental health researchers and community members. Anti-idling campaign materials were developed and education and training were provided to school bus drivers, students, parents, and school staff. Pledge drives and pre- and posteducation assessments… Expand
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