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The impact of walking and cycling infrastructure on personal travel and carbon emissions: the case of Cardiff Connect2

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There is a growing recognition of the role that walking and cycling can make in reducing traffic congestion and air pollution whilst also contributing to improved personal health and wellbeing. While studies suggest that infrastructure is required to promote walking and cycling, there is a lack of evidence at the micro level on how interventions aimed at improving connectivity for walking and cycling influence travel behaviour and whether they promote a modal shift away from short car jour...

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Transport Studies Unit, School of Geography and Environment, University of Oxford

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Department:
Transport Studies Unit, School of Geography and Environment, University of Oxford
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Oxford Brookes University
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Type of award:
DPhil
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Doctoral
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University of Oxford

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