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Commuting study reveals the factors affecting sustainable transport use

FactorsAffectingSustainableTransportUse_23Jan2014
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The Integration / Strategies: National strategies, Action plans, Capacity building, Implementation

Factors influencing people’s decisions about how they travel to work are highlighted in a new study on commuting in Europe. Key findings include: cycling rates increase with the length of a city’s bicycle network and public transport use rises with a city’s population and GDP per capita. Based on the findings, the researchers propose policy measures for reducing the number of car journeys.

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