Cycling for transport and public health: a systematic review of the effect of the environment on cycling.

@article{Fraser2011CyclingFT,
  title={Cycling for transport and public health: a systematic review of the effect of the environment on cycling.},
  author={Simon D. S. Fraser and Karen Lock},
  journal={European journal of public health},
  year={2011},
  volume={21 6},
  pages={738-43}
}
BACKGROUND Active transport policies are being developed across Europe designed to have health and environmental benefits. There is little evidence of impact on physical activity of active transport strategies which modify the built environment. Cycling represents one virtually carbon-neutral form of transport that can help to address declining levels of exercise. METHODS A systematic literature review of experimental or observational studies that objectively evaluated the effect of the built… CONTINUE READING
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