We like this study because it echoes our own thinking: that students have a transportation network of their own, even though it is not ‘legitimized’. This study examines how shortcuts can facilitate active school travel by decreasing the distance children must travel to get to and from school.
- Children’s perspective on neighbourhood barriers and enablers to active school travel: a participatory mapping study (2018)
- Does the social environment influence active travel? An investigation of walking in Hamilton, Canada (2013)
- Is active travel a breath of fresh air? Examining children’s exposure to air pollution during the school commute (2019)
- 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)