Increased walking and cycling for short journeys in urban areas has many obvious advantages yet so far gains from the promotion of more sustainable travel of this type are mostly small. This paper reports on a large research project which uses a mixed method approach to explore attitudes to and perceptions of walking and cycling and which examines the process of household decision-making for everyday travel and the constraints that this imposes. Using survey, interview and ethnographic data i...Expand abstract
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Household decision-making for everyday travel : a case study of walking and cycling in Lancaster (UK)
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