-4 Marketing

<P>This section covers:<ul><li>Marketing programmes designed to encourage walking</li><li>Advertisements encouraging walking and the use of pedestrian facilities</li><li>Photographs of, and artwork for, signs and information displays related to footpaths and walkways</li><li>Case studies and evaluations of walking promotion initiatives</li><li>Guides and advice on organising walking groups and activities</li><li>Active tourism, walking tours, etc</li><li>Outdoor recreation and rural walking</li></ul>
Exceptions<ul><li>Descriptions of local facilities which influence walking - walkways, footpaths, roads, parks etc (see section 2)</li><li>Walking school buses and similar school transport (see section 5)</a></li><li>Publicity material relating to the health aspects of walking (see section 3)</li><li>Maps, guides and pamphlets covering specific walks (see section 6)</li></ul>
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Walking to school: distribution by age, sex and socio-economic status.

The aims of this study were to examine route to school, distance and mode of transport for primary school-aged children in Brisbane, and to quantify the exposure to risk of pedestrian injury by the sociodemographic characteristics of the children.
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Associations among individual, social, and environmental barriers and children's walking or cycling to school

PURPOSE: To examine associations among individual, social, and environmental barriers and children's walking or cycling to school.
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Romantic Toronto

Romantic Toronto - Web page
To coincide with the Walk21 Conference in Toronto in the first week in October, Rethinking Cities conducted a romantic 'walkshop' in which participants discovered what elements go to make places and walks romantic.
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Legible London Wayfinding exhibit advertisement

This exhibit provides further information on the installation of the pedestrian wayfinding scheme in the Bond Street area of Westminster.
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The plight of the North American Bipeds (video)

Satirical clip on YouTube - pedestrians as endangered wildlife.
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Bridget C Brown
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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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