Longer or more frequent walks: Examining the relationship between transit use and active transportation in Canada

@article{Lachapelle2016LongerOM,
  title={Longer or more frequent walks: Examining the relationship between transit use and active transportation in Canada},
  author={Ugo Lachapelle and Diogo Gianini Pinto},
  journal={Journal of transport and health},
  year={2016},
  volume={3},
  pages={173-180}
}
  • Ugo Lachapelle, Diogo Gianini Pinto
  • Published 2016
  • Geography
  • Journal of transport and health
  • Abstract Introduction Using public transit has been positively associated with active transportation mainly because it is typically required to access and egress stations and stops. Transit users may adopt a lifestyle that enables them to walk and bicycle more to destinations other than transit stops or stations. The relationship between public transit use and active transportation in Canada is analyzed with a focus on trip durations for trips taken. Methods Using a sample of the time use… CONTINUE READING
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