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The evidence

The evidence - Web page
Welcome to The Evidence! - your ‘one-stop-shop' for the latest research evidence related to walking, cycling and health. The Evidence! is aimed at a wide audience, from students and academics through to health professionals, policy-makers and town planners.
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Economic appraisal of local walking and cycling routes

The sustainable transport charity Sustrans has taken the Government’s own methods of assessing the economic benefits of transport schemes and applied them to a number of local walking and cycling routes. The results show them to have a benefit to cost ratio of 20:1.
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The Renaissance of Walking Pt 2 - Rodney Tolley (Video)

Part 2 of the interview with Rodney Tolley, Orewa, NZ 2007.
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The Renaissance of Walking Pt 1 - Rodney Tolley (Video)

Interview with UK walking guru Rodney Tolley, at Orewa, New Zealand
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Sustainable transport choices and the retail sector

The UK Commission for Integrated Transport felt there was still a need to better understand the relationship between travel mode and retail spend at different retail locations and has therefore undertaken an extensive household survey, using shopping diaries, face-to-face interviews and focus groups.
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On the move: by foot (UK, DfT) (abstract)

This briefing sheet is a summary of On the move: by foot, a discussion document published by the Department for Transport, 30 June 2003. The aim is to contribute to a strategy document on walking that will contribute to the broader liveability agenda being developed by Government.
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