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New Zealand's secret recipe for active school travel: The neighborhood built environment

20:00 EDT 16 May 2018 | AAAS

(Elsevier) Increased rates of active travel (e.g., walking or cycling) to school in New Zealand children and youth were associated with shorter distances to school, and neighborhoods with more connected streets, less residential density, and lower socio-economic status, reveals a new systematic meta-analysis published in Journal of Transport and Health.

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