We think the social environment is a critical piece to influencing travel behaviour, particularly for school-aged kids. This study, conducted in Hamilton, found that role models and social fabric of the neighbourhood influence walking time.
- Children’s perspective on neighbourhood barriers and enablers to active school travel: a participatory mapping study (2018)
- Is active travel a breath of fresh air? Examining children’s exposure to air pollution during the school commute (2019)
- Shortening the trip to school: Examining how children’s active school travel is influenced by shortcuts (2015)
- The “Path” not taken: Exploring structural differences in mapped-versus shortest-network-path school travel routes
- Understanding child and parent perceptions of barriers influencing children’s active school travel (2018)