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      Differences in associations between active transportation and built environmental exposures when expressed using different components of individual activity spaces

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      Health & Place
      Elsevier BV

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          Abstract

          This study assessed relationships between built environmental exposures measured within components of individual activity spaces (i.e., travel origins, destinations and paths in-between), and use of active transportation in a metropolitan setting. Individuals (n=37,165) were categorised as using active or sedentary transportation based on travel survey data. Generalised Estimating Equations analysis was used to test relationships with active transportation. Strength and significance of relationships between exposures and active transportation varied for different components of the activity space. Associations were strongest when including travel paths in expression of the built environment. Land use mix and greenness were negatively related to active transportation.

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          Journal
          Health & Place
          Health & Place
          Elsevier BV
          13538292
          May 2015
          May 2015
          : 33
          : 195-202
          Article
          10.1016/j.healthplace.2015.03.003
          25862996
          f60628fd-4156-40da-afcf-3bc60c4adc3c
          © 2015

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