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The Challenge: Few studies have examined potential disparities in access to transportation infrastructures, an important determinant of population health.
Make an impact: Having access to public transportation and to places that support walking and bicycling can promote healthy behaviors and increased physical activity.
What the findings are about: This study examined relationships between socio-demographic factors and access to the road network, subway system, and a bicycle share program in Montreal, Canada.
Read the full article: Individual- and Area-Level Disparities in Access to the Road Network, Subway System and a Public Bicycle Share Program on the Island of Montreal, Canada
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The 2020 Active Living Conference will be held February 2-5, 2020 in Orlando, FL, USA.
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The "Active Living Conference" aims to break down research and practice silos and...
Active Living Research translates and disseminates evidence to advocates, policy-makers and practitioners aimed at preventing childhood obesity and promoting active communities.
Feb 2-5, 2020 in Orlando, FL
Promoting activity-friendly communities. Moving research into action.
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A former ALR grantee gives his perspective on the benefits of using improv comedy to improve collaboration.
ALR's Jim Sallis is honored for translating research findings from the built environment into action.