• Geography
  • Published 2005

Travel behaviour change through school travel planning: mode shift and community engagement: results from 33 schools in Victoria

@inproceedings{Peddie2005TravelBC,
  title={Travel behaviour change through school travel planning: mode shift and community engagement: results from 33 schools in Victoria},
  author={Brian Peddie and C. Tsuriel Somerville},
  year={2005}
}
This paper examines the TravelSmart School Travel Planning Pilot project’s attempt to change travel behaviour through School Travel Planning. By adopting a multifaceted approach, School Travel Planning attempts to address concerns relating to health, congestion, safety and the environment, through locally devised and implemented initiatives. An underlying ‘hands on’ philosophy which involves school staff and students working with parents, members of the wider community, and local government… CONTINUE READING

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