Integrated health impact assessment of travel behaviour: model exploration and application to a fuel price increase.

Abstract

Transportation policy measures often aim to change travel behaviour towards more efficient transport. While these policy measures do not necessarily target health, these could have an indirect health effect. We evaluate the health impact of a policy resulting in an increase of car fuel prices by 20% on active travel, outdoor air pollution and risk of road… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.envint.2012.10.005

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@article{Dhondt2013IntegratedHI, title={Integrated health impact assessment of travel behaviour: model exploration and application to a fuel price increase.}, author={Stijn Dhondt and Bruno Kochan and Carolien Beckx and Wouter Lefebvre and Ali Pirdavani and Bart Degraeuwe and Tom Bellemans and Luc Int Panis and Cathy Macharis and Koen Putman}, journal={Environment international}, year={2013}, volume={51}, pages={45-58} }