evaluation

The New Zealand physical activity questionnaires (SPARC)

Report on the validation and use of the NZPAQ-LF and NZPAQ-SF self-report physical activity survey instruments. (Sport and Recreation New Zealand) and the Minis
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Walking school buses in the Auckland region - development and status in 2004

Report to the Auckland Regional Trans
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Early evaluation findings of the School Travel Plan programme

Presentation to the ARTA Sustainable School Travel Symposium, February 2006
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Walking, from policy to practice - the Geneva case

the Geneva case A paper about making cities walking friendly as opposed to the car friendly cities that have developed over the past forty years
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Evaluating Walking Promotion Policies etc

Link to document - Document - Adobe PDF - Acrobat Reader
This paper reveals pedestrian practices and the way they connect to other daily activities
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Paths to health (Scotland)

The Paths to Health Project was jointly created by the British Heart Foundation and the Paths for All Partnership and receives funding support from the New Opportunities Fund, Scottish Natural Heritage, and NHS Health Scotland. The Project maintains close working links with the Walking the Way to Health Initiative in England which was developed by the British Heart Foundation and the Countryside Agency.
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A community-wide media campaign to promote walking in a Missouri town

A media campaign promoting walking - Document - Adobe PDF
Engaging in moderate physical activity for 30 minutes five or more times per week substantially reduces the risk of coronary heart disease, stroke, colon cancer, diabetes, high blood pressure, and obesity, and walking is an easy and accessible way to achieve this goal.
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