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Walking maps tool box minor literature review

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A small literature review on providing people information in the form of a map to help reduce barriers to walking
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Health Sponsorship Council
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Promoting physical activity: a step-by-step guide to communitywide behavior change

A Step-by-Step Guide to Communitywide Behavior Change Promoting Physical Activity shows you how to facilitate behavior change both from an individual and a comm
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Promoting physical activity among sedentary women using pedometers

Sedentary women (n=92) classified as low (L), medium (M), and high (H) in baseline step counts and assigned to 10,000-step goal (TSG) and personal step goal (PSG) groups (within levels) were compare
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Effect of Australia's walk to work day campaign on adults' active commuting and physical activity behaviour

A paper to determine whether Australia's Walk to Work Day media campaign resulted in behavioural change amongst targe
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Nova Scotia - Health Promotion and Protection

Active Transportation Walking and Wheeling Quarterly - a newsletter about active transportation
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Walking and Cycling Encouragement (VTPI Travel Demand Management Encyclopaedia)

Strategies that Encourage People to Use Non-motorised Transportation Ways to encourage walking and cycling transport
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Todd Litman
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Victoria Transport Policy Institute
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Walking and Cycling: World Health Organisation Regional Office for Europe

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Website of information about walking and cycling
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