Corpus ID: 126505335

Urban Walkability in the Subtropical City: Some Intemperate Considerations from SEQ

@inproceedings{OHare2006UrbanWI,
  title={Urban Walkability in the Subtropical City: Some Intemperate Considerations from SEQ},
  author={Daniel O’Hare},
  year={2006}
}
  • Daniel O’Hare
  • Published 2006
  • Geography
  • Since the 1990s, urban walkability has emerged as a major concern of urban design and planning. In Australia and around the world, this has been supported by strong links to the public health fields, as it is increasingly recognised that active transport (via supportive environments for physical activity) offers improved individual and public health outcomes as well as the recognised benefits of reduced fossil fuel use, pollution and congestion. Drawing on published research, government policy… CONTINUE READING

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