travel behaviour

The incidence of injuries traveling to and from school by travel mode.

OBJECTIVE.: To assess the absolute and relative risks of youth school-related travel using the New Zealand's no fault accident liability scheme and Census at School datasets.
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Schofield GM, Gianotti S, Badland HM, Hinckson EA.
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Sketch-Plan Method for Estimating Pedestrian Traffic ...

... for Central Business Districts and Suburban Growth Corridors A sketch-plan method is introduced to estimate peak-hour pedestrian trips for crossings at intersections (node) and parallel sidewalk-midblock (link) locations.
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Residential proximity to school and the active travel choices of parents

Abstract Issue addressed: Walking for transport can contribute significantly to health-enhancing physical activity.
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Expenditure and mode of transport

Acland St, Melbourne, retail study
Expenditure and mode of transport - Document - Adobe PDF
A market research study commissioned by the Acland St Traders Assn to find out what mode of transport customers used to access the retail precinct and what influence this had on expenditure.
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Impediments to walking as a mode choice

This study evaluates a case-control design of contrasts between 110 drivers of a walkable distance and 238 walkers to address factors influencing the uptake of walking as a mode choice.
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Breaking New Zealand's 'P' dependence

Handout Presentation to NZ Walking Conference, Christchurch, Nov 2006
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Jason Morgan,Gerry Dance
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Travel behaviour change (LTNZ)

Travel behaviour change programmes encourage voluntary change in travel behaviour by providing incentives for people to use sustainable modes of travel, thus reducing the need for car travel in our communities.
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Christchurch central city pedestrian counts survey

The Christchurch Central City Pedestrian Counts Survey began in 1957 and is carried out every two years by the Canterbury/Westland Branch of the New Zealand Inst
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Central city pedestrian activity survey (Christchurch)

This report presents the results of a survey of 1,423 pedestrians in Christchurch’s central city in March 2001.
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Social marketing applications and transportation demand management

An information instrument for the 21st century This article explores private transport behaviour in understanding how users can be persuaded to adopt a more blended approach (ie, car, public transport, walking on a daily bas
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