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Our research helps make the case for active travel. Read about the benefits of walking and cycling for the individual and society, covering topics from health and wellbeing to the environment and economy.
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School behaviour change interventions result in more young people walking and cycling, new report finds
Moving around: Findings from a dialogue on walking and cycling
By Jamie Hearing
Analysing the success of the E-Move community e-cycle project
Disabled Citizens' Inquiry: Giving disabled people a voice in walking and wheeling policy and practice
The cost of living: Economy-boosting benefits of walking, wheeling and cycling
Enabling independent travel for young people
The relationship between transport and loneliness
Monitoring the impact of School Streets: safety and traffic displacement
Walkable neighbourhoods: building in the right places to reduce car dependency
Walking for everyone: A guide to making walking and wheeling accessible, inclusive and desirable
How behaviour science could inform urban design interventions to promote active school travel
Practical resources to help make walking and cycling for everyone
Cycling for everyone: A guide for inclusive cycling in cities and towns
Reducing car use: Views and behaviours of people who live and drive in towns and cities in Scotland
Common misconceptions about active travel investment
The role of transport in supporting a healthy future for young people
Active travel in the media: Exploring representations of walking and cycling in UK and Scottish online news'
The effectiveness of building spurs into linear cycling routes
Active Nation: The health benefits of cycling and walking in Scotland
Exploring gender and active travel
Key walking and cycling statistics for the UK
Active Travel Toolkit - The role of active travel in improving health
Active Travel Toolkit - Linking active travel and public transport to housing growth and planning
Active Travel Toolbox
Evaluation of the Cycling City and Towns and the Cycling Demonstration Towns programmes
Safety in numbers: Scottish cycling collision hotspots
Transport poverty in Scotland
Measuring the impact of the Linking Communities 2013-14 programme
Fit for Life report on Connect 2 programme
By Andy Cope
Tackling physical inactivity
Transport poverty in England
Active Travel Toolkit - Making the economic case for active travel
Children’s 20-minute neighbourhoods