Promoting walking and cycling as an alternative to using cars: systematic review.

@article{Ogilvie2004PromotingWA,
  title={Promoting walking and cycling as an alternative to using cars: systematic review.},
  author={David Ogilvie and Matt Egan and Val Hamilton and Mark Petticrew},
  journal={BMJ},
  year={2004},
  volume={329 7469},
  pages={763}
}
OBJECTIVES To assess what interventions are effective in promoting a population shift from using cars towards walking and cycling and to assess the health effects of such interventions. DATA SOURCES Published and unpublished reports in any language identified from electronic databases, bibliographies, websites, and reference lists. REVIEW METHODS Systematic search and appraisal to identify experimental or observational studies with a prospective or controlled retrospective design that… CONTINUE READING
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