Employee attitudes towards active commuting

@article{Crawford2001EmployeeAT,
  title={Employee attitudes towards active commuting},
  author={Fiona Crawford and N. Mutrie and P. Hanlon},
  journal={International Journal of Health Promotion and Education},
  year={2001},
  volume={39},
  pages={14 - 20}
}
  • Fiona Crawford, N. Mutrie, P. Hanlon
  • Published 2001
  • Business
  • International Journal of Health Promotion and Education
  • Abstract Reliance on motorised transport has contributed to increasingly sedentary lifestyles and serious traffic congestion. This paper reports on a postal survey conducted in Glasgow which aimed to establish current modes of transport to work and investigate employee attitudes towards ‘active commuting’ defined as walking or cycling for part or all of the journey to work. Results indicate that the car was the predominant mode of transport. One-fifth of those who lived less than one mile and… CONTINUE READING
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