Here are some related information sources:
Kelly J. Clifton, et al. (2015), Development of a Pedestrian Demand
Estimation Tool, National Institute for Transportation and Communities
FHWA (2014), Nonmotorized Transportation Pilot Program: Continued Progress
in Developing Walking and Bicycling Networks - May 2014 Report, John A Volpe
National Transportation Systems Center, USDOT (www.fhwa.dot.gov); at
Lawrence Frank, Andrew Devlin, Shana Johnstone and Josh van Loon (2010),
Neighbourhood Design, Travel, and Health in Metro Vancouver: Using a
Walkability Index, Active Transportation Collaboratory, UBC
(www.act-trans.ubc.ca); at http://tinyurl.com/mngovbj.
Billie Giles-Corti, et al. (2013), "The Influence of Urban Design on
Neighbourhood Walking Following Residential Relocation: Longitudinal Results
from the RESIDE Study," Journal of Social Science & Medicine, Vol. 77, Pages
20-30; summary at www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2013/03/130307124427.htm.
Maggie L. Grabow, et al. (2011), "Air Quality and Exercise-Related Health
Benefits from Reduced Car Travel in the Midwestern United States,"
Environmental Health Perspectives, (www.ehponline.org);
Jessica Y. Guo and Sasanka Gandavarapu (2010), "An Economic Evaluation Of
Health-Promotive Built Environment Changes," Preventive Medicine, Vol. 50,
Supplement 1, January, pp. S44-S49; at
www.activelivingresearch.org/resourcesearch/journalspecialissues. Found that
installing sidewalks on all streets in a typical North American community
would increase per capita walking and cycling by 0.097 average daily miles
and reduce automobile travel by 1.142 daily vehicle-miles, about 12 miles of
reduced driving for each mile of increased active travel.
Susan Handy, Gil Tal and Marlon G. Boarnet (2014), Policy Brief on the
Impacts of Bicycling Strategies Based on a Review of the Empirical
Literature, California Air Resources Board
John Hourdos, et al. (2017), Traffic Impacts of Bicycle Facilities,
University of Minnesota for the Minnesota Department of Transportation
Todd Litman (2016), Land Use Impacts On Transport: How Land Use Factors
Affect Travel Behavior, VTPI (www.vtpi.org); at www.vtpi.org/landtravel.pdf.
M. Wedderburn (2013), Improving The Cost-Benefit Analysis Of Integrated PT,
Walking And Cycling, Research Report 537, NZ Transport Agency
Todd Litman ([log in to unmask])
Victoria Transport Policy Institute (www.vtpi.org)
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