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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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