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Romantic Toronto

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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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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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Declining rates of physical activity in the United States

What are the contributors? This review describes current patterns and long-term trends
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An intervention to promote walking in sedentary women in the community

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The objective of this paper was to evaluate a telephone counselling intervention that was designed to help sedentary women begin and maintain a walking program
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Promoting safe walking and biking to school: The Marin County success story

The Marin County Success Story
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When worlds collide: the study of walking

Observations on the integration of epidemiology and transportation behavioural analysis in the study of walking
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Feasibility of a minimal contact intervention to promote walking among insufficiently active women

A research paper on a six week minimal contact intervention on walking behaviour. This study used a pre-experimental design.
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