A32 Cycling Safety: Quantifying the Underreporting of Cycling Incidents
Publication date: June 2016 Source:Journal of Transport & Health, Volume 3, Issue 2, Supplement Author(s): Meghan Winters, Michael Branion-Calles (Source: Journal of Transport and Health)
Source: Journal of Transport and Health - June 14, 2016 Category: Occupational Health Source Type: research

A31 Building Teenagers' Stocks of Bicycling Experience: Evidence from Davis, California
Publication date: June 2016 Source:Journal of Transport & Health, Volume 3, Issue 2, Supplement Author(s): Calvin Thigpen, Susan Handy (Source: Journal of Transport and Health)
Source: Journal of Transport and Health - June 14, 2016 Category: Occupational Health Source Type: research

A30 Long-Term Stability in Active Modes of Travel to Work
Publication date: June 2016 Source:Journal of Transport & Health, Volume 3, Issue 2, Supplement Author(s): Oliver Duke-Williams (Source: Journal of Transport and Health)
Source: Journal of Transport and Health - June 14, 2016 Category: Occupational Health Source Type: research

A29 The Benefits of Street-Scale Features for Walking and Biking
Publication date: June 2016 Source:Journal of Transport & Health, Volume 3, Issue 2, Supplement Author(s): Lindsay Maurer Braun, Anna Read, Anna Ricklin (Source: Journal of Transport and Health)
Source: Journal of Transport and Health - June 14, 2016 Category: Occupational Health Source Type: research

A28 Linking Health Impacts with Transportation Decisions and Mode Choices: A Case Study
Publication date: June 2016 Source:Journal of Transport & Health, Volume 3, Issue 2, Supplement Author(s): Ghassan Abu-Lebdeh, Maryam Jaroor (Source: Journal of Transport and Health)
Source: Journal of Transport and Health - June 14, 2016 Category: Occupational Health Source Type: research

A27 Determinants of Mode and Route Change Following the Opening of a New Cycleway in Sydney, Australia
Publication date: June 2016 Source:Journal of Transport & Health, Volume 3, Issue 2, Supplement Author(s): Chris Standen, Melanie Crane, Chris Rissel, Stephen Greaves, Andrew Collins (Source: Journal of Transport and Health)
Source: Journal of Transport and Health - June 14, 2016 Category: Occupational Health Source Type: research

A26 RAPID Health IMPACT Assessment of Transport Policies in Maputo, Mozambique
Publication date: June 2016 Source:Journal of Transport & Health, Volume 3, Issue 2, Supplement Author(s): David Rojas-Rueda, Mireia Gascon, Nelia Manaca, Antoni Plasencia, Mark Nieuwenhuijsen (Source: Journal of Transport and Health)
Source: Journal of Transport and Health - June 14, 2016 Category: Occupational Health Source Type: research

A25 Integrating Public Health Issues in EIA -- Case Study of a Rural Road Traffic Project in Austria
Publication date: June 2016 Source:Journal of Transport & Health, Volume 3, Issue 2, Supplement Author(s): Bianca Neuhold, Kathrin Hofer, Frank Amort, Lisa Bauer, Ralf Aschemann (Source: Journal of Transport and Health)
Source: Journal of Transport and Health - June 14, 2016 Category: Occupational Health Source Type: research

A24 Overweight, Commuting to School, Urban Design in Chinese School Neighborhoods
Publication date: June 2016 Source:Journal of Transport & Health, Volume 3, Issue 2, Supplement Author(s): Lin Lin, Lingling He (Source: Journal of Transport and Health)
Source: Journal of Transport and Health - June 14, 2016 Category: Occupational Health Source Type: research

A23 Mobile Integrated Health/Community Paramedicine: Improving Health and Reducing Cost in Baltimore City
Publication date: June 2016 Source:Journal of Transport & Health, Volume 3, Issue 2, Supplement Author(s): Kelly King, Sharon Neely, Rudy Dinglas, James Matz, Mark Fletcher (Source: Journal of Transport and Health)
Source: Journal of Transport and Health - June 14, 2016 Category: Occupational Health Source Type: research

A22 A Study of Female Shift Workers and Health in the Transportation Industry
Publication date: June 2016 Source:Journal of Transport & Health, Volume 3, Issue 2, Supplement Author(s): Patrick Sherry, Allison Bondanza (Source: Journal of Transport and Health)
Source: Journal of Transport and Health - June 14, 2016 Category: Occupational Health Source Type: research

A21 Revisiting Service Credit Banking Systems: Implications for Today
Publication date: June 2016 Source:Journal of Transport & Health, Volume 3, Issue 2, Supplement Author(s): Stefanie deOlloqui (Source: Journal of Transport and Health)
Source: Journal of Transport and Health - June 14, 2016 Category: Occupational Health Source Type: research

A20 Using Wayfinding to Increase Walking
Publication date: June 2016 Source:Journal of Transport & Health, Volume 3, Issue 2, Supplement Author(s): Tim Fendley, Adrian Bell (Source: Journal of Transport and Health)
Source: Journal of Transport and Health - June 14, 2016 Category: Occupational Health Source Type: research

A19 Analysing the Walkability of a Pedestrian Network
Publication date: June 2016 Source:Journal of Transport & Health, Volume 3, Issue 2, Supplement Author(s): Maurice Nilles (Source: Journal of Transport and Health)
Source: Journal of Transport and Health - June 14, 2016 Category: Occupational Health Source Type: research

A18 Failure and Success of Pedestrian Streets in America
Publication date: June 2016 Source:Journal of Transport & Health, Volume 3, Issue 2, Supplement Author(s): Joseph Kott, John Eells (Source: Journal of Transport and Health)
Source: Journal of Transport and Health - June 14, 2016 Category: Occupational Health Source Type: research

A17 Cataloguing Detroit's 71 Pedestrian Bridges: Where from Here?
Publication date: June 2016 Source:Journal of Transport & Health, Volume 3, Issue 2, Supplement Author(s): Stephen Maiseloff (Source: Journal of Transport and Health)
Source: Journal of Transport and Health - June 14, 2016 Category: Occupational Health Source Type: research

A16 The Built Environment and Walking Behavior: Addressing Residential Sorting through Matching in the Cardia Study
Publication date: June 2016 Source:Journal of Transport & Health, Volume 3, Issue 2, Supplement Author(s): Lindsay Maurer Braun, Daniel Rodriguez, Yan Song, Katie Meyer, Cora Lewis, Penny Gordon-Larsen (Source: Journal of Transport and Health)
Source: Journal of Transport and Health - June 14, 2016 Category: Occupational Health Source Type: research

A15 Increasing Access to Walkable Communities with Enhancements to the 6 E's Framework
Publication date: June 2016 Source:Journal of Transport & Health, Volume 3, Issue 2, Supplement Author(s): Jaime Fearer, Jyll Stevens (Source: Journal of Transport and Health)
Source: Journal of Transport and Health - June 14, 2016 Category: Occupational Health Source Type: research

A14 Step It up! Action Institute for Increasing Walking and Walkability
Publication date: June 2016 Source:Journal of Transport & Health, Volume 3, Issue 2, Supplement Author(s): Karma Edwards, John Robitscher (Source: Journal of Transport and Health)
Source: Journal of Transport and Health - June 14, 2016 Category: Occupational Health Source Type: research

A13⁎ Latent Profiles of an Urban Corridor and Pedestrian Safety
Publication date: June 2016 Source:Journal of Transport & Health, Volume 3, Issue 2, Supplement Author(s): Kara MacLeod, Rebecca Sanders, Ashleigh Griffin, Jill Cooper, David Ragland (Source: Journal of Transport and Health)
Source: Journal of Transport and Health - June 14, 2016 Category: Occupational Health Source Type: research

A12 Application of the Health and Transportation Corridor Planning Framework to Establish Long Range Corridor Goals -- a Beta-Test on State Route 109 in Tennessee
Publication date: June 2016 Source:Journal of Transport & Health, Volume 3, Issue 2, Supplement Author(s): Brian Langford, Jessica Wilson, Anna Emerson (Source: Journal of Transport and Health)
Source: Journal of Transport and Health - June 14, 2016 Category: Occupational Health Source Type: research

A11 A Guide Toward Transit Corridor Livability: The Transportation/Land Use/Livability Connection
Publication date: June 2016 Source:Journal of Transport & Health, Volume 3, Issue 2, Supplement Author(s): Bruce Appleyard, Christopher Ferrell, Matthew Taecker (Source: Journal of Transport and Health)
Source: Journal of Transport and Health - June 14, 2016 Category: Occupational Health Source Type: research

A10 Creating Healthier Commercial Corridors Across the Country: Findings from Demonstration Projects
Publication date: June 2016 Source:Journal of Transport & Health, Volume 3, Issue 2, Supplement Author(s): Sara Hammerschmidt (Source: Journal of Transport and Health)
Source: Journal of Transport and Health - June 14, 2016 Category: Occupational Health Source Type: research

A09 The College Avenue Corridor Study - Coordinated Approach for Integrating Health in Wisconsin
Publication date: June 2016 Source:Journal of Transport & Health, Volume 3, Issue 2, Supplement Author(s): Melissa Kraemer Badtke (Source: Journal of Transport and Health)
Source: Journal of Transport and Health - June 14, 2016 Category: Occupational Health Source Type: research

A08 Developing Walkable and Bikeable Schools By Engaging Citizen Scientists in Research and Advocacy
Publication date: June 2016 Source:Journal of Transport & Health, Volume 3, Issue 2, Supplement Author(s): Alisa Arce, Nicole Rodriguez, Alice Kawaguchi, Tonya Veitch, Bonnie Broderick, Sandi Winter, Abby C. King (Source: Journal of Transport and Health)
Source: Journal of Transport and Health - June 14, 2016 Category: Occupational Health Source Type: research

A07 Considering Health in US Metropolitan Long-Range Transportation Plans: A Review of Guidance Statements and Performance Measures
Publication date: June 2016 Source:Journal of Transport & Health, Volume 3, Issue 2, Supplement Author(s): Patrick Singleton, Kelly Clifton (Source: Journal of Transport and Health)
Source: Journal of Transport and Health - June 14, 2016 Category: Occupational Health Source Type: research

A06 Urban Transport and Health: Understanding Real Impacts, Underlying Driving Forces and Co-Producing Future Directions
Publication date: June 2016 Source:Journal of Transport & Health, Volume 3, Issue 2, Supplement Author(s): Haneen Khreis, Karyn Warsow, Ersilia Verlinghieri, Alvaro Guzman, Luc Pellecuer, Antonio Ferreira, Ian Jones, Eva Heinen, David Rojas-Rueda, Natalie Mueller, Paul Schepers, Mark Nieuwenhuijsen PhD (Source: Journal of Transport and Health)
Source: Journal of Transport and Health - June 14, 2016 Category: Occupational Health Source Type: research

A05 How Can We Bridge the Gap? Case Study in Collaboration Between Public Health Researchers and Active Transportation Planners
Publication date: June 2016 Source:Journal of Transport & Health, Volume 3, Issue 2, Supplement Author(s): Katie Crist, Jasper Schipperijn, Jacqueline Kerr (Source: Journal of Transport and Health)
Source: Journal of Transport and Health - June 14, 2016 Category: Occupational Health Source Type: research

A04 The São Paulo We Want? Health Impact Modelling of Different Travel Scenarios for São Paulo, Brazil
Publication date: June 2016 Source:Journal of Transport & Health, Volume 3, Issue 2, Supplement Author(s): James Woodcock, Anna Goodman, Marko Tainio, Thiago Hérick de Sa (Source: Journal of Transport and Health)
Source: Journal of Transport and Health - June 14, 2016 Category: Occupational Health Source Type: research

A03⁎ Health Impact Assessment of Minnesota's Statewide Multimodal Transportation Plan
Publication date: June 2016 Source:Journal of Transport & Health, Volume 3, Issue 2, Supplement Author(s): Eamon Flynn (Source: Journal of Transport and Health)
Source: Journal of Transport and Health - June 14, 2016 Category: Occupational Health Source Type: research

A02 Connect Columbus Health Impact Assessment
Publication date: June 2016 Source:Journal of Transport & Health, Volume 3, Issue 2, Supplement Author(s): Scott Ulrich, Denisse Licon McClure (Source: Journal of Transport and Health)
Source: Journal of Transport and Health - June 14, 2016 Category: Occupational Health Source Type: research

A01⁎ Ciclavia: A Magnet for Health in Los Angeles
Publication date: June 2016 Source:Journal of Transport & Health, Volume 3, Issue 2, Supplement Author(s): Christina Batteate, Shi Shu, Deborah Cohen, Madeline Brozen, Yifang Zhu, Brian Cole (Source: Journal of Transport and Health)
Source: Journal of Transport and Health - June 14, 2016 Category: Occupational Health Source Type: research

Perceived challenges and facilitators of active travel following implementation of the School Travel-Plan programme in New Zealand children and adolescents
Publication date: Available online 11 June 2016 Source:Journal of Transport & Health Author(s): Erica Hinckson Promoting active travel modes has the potential to improve health outcomes, enhance social capital, and reduce traffic related congestion whilst also providing economic benefits. With this focus in mind, Auckland׳s transport agency developed a series of School Travel Plan (STP) initiatives in Auckland schools as part of the Travel Wise for Schools programme. The initiative incorporated educational and promotional campaigns to promote carpooling and active transport, combined with the Walking School Bus...
Source: Journal of Transport and Health - June 12, 2016 Category: Occupational Health Source Type: research

Public transport and health: Publicising the evidence
Publication date: June 2016 Source:Journal of Transport & Health, Volume 3, Issue 2 Author(s): Corinne Mulley, Luis Ignacio Rizzi, Christopher Millett, Yoram Shiftan (Source: Journal of Transport and Health)
Source: Journal of Transport and Health - June 4, 2016 Category: Occupational Health Source Type: research

Behavioral theory and transportation cycling research: Application of Diffusion of Innovations
Conclusions DOI theory may be relevant to understanding and promoting cycling for transportation. The TTM approach may undercount participants who are ready for action-oriented interventions. Interventions to increase transportation bicycling could benefit from an explicit focus on increasing the perceived compatibility of this behavior, and from utilizing the DOI staging approach to classify participants into stages that match their readiness for action. (Source: Journal of Transport and Health)
Source: Journal of Transport and Health - June 4, 2016 Category: Occupational Health Source Type: research

Mineta Transportation Institute: Creating transportation policy for people
Publication date: Available online 24 May 2016 Source:Journal of Transport & Health (Source: Journal of Transport and Health)
Source: Journal of Transport and Health - May 24, 2016 Category: Occupational Health Source Type: research

Comparison of field and online observations for measuring land uses using the Microscale Audit of Pedestrian Streetscapes (MAPS)
Publication date: Available online 18 May 2016 Source:Journal of Transport & Health Author(s): Jonathan M. Kurka, Marc A. Adams, Carrie Geremia, Wenfei Zhu, Kelli L. Cain, Terry L. Conway, James F. Sallis Land use mix reflects the availability of diverse destinations providing opportunities for active transportation. Online mapping platforms (e.g. Google Maps) show promise for measuring neighborhood features due to their ease of use and accessibility. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the validity and reliability of an online version of the Microscale Audit of Pedestrian Streetscapes (MAPS) tool by...
Source: Journal of Transport and Health - May 18, 2016 Category: Occupational Health Source Type: research

2nd International Conference on Transport and Health (ICTH 2016-USA)
Publication date: Available online 12 May 2016 Source:Journal of Transport & Health Author(s): Jennifer Mindell (Source: Journal of Transport and Health)
Source: Journal of Transport and Health - May 12, 2016 Category: Occupational Health Source Type: research

Can the use of Bus Rapid Transit lead to a healthier lifestyle in urban South Africa? The SUN Study
Conclusion This study highlights the potential of BRT for increasing population-levels of PA in South Africa, as part of an inter-sectoral strategy to promote health and prevent non-communicable diseases. (Source: Journal of Transport and Health)
Source: Journal of Transport and Health - May 11, 2016 Category: Occupational Health Source Type: research

Changes in bicycling over time associated with a new bike lane: Relations with kilocalories energy expenditure and body mass index
This study examined cycling changes in a neighborhood receiving a bike lane, light rail, and other “complete street” improvements. Participants wore accelerometers and global positioning system (GPS) data loggers for one week in both 2012 and 2013, pre- and post-construction completion. Participants sampled within 2km of the complete street improvements had the following patterns of cycling: never cyclists (n=434), continuing cyclists (n= 29), former cyclists (n=33, who bicycled in 2012 but not 2013), and new cyclists (n=40, who bicycled in 2013 but not 2012). Results show that all three cycling groups, as iden...
Source: Journal of Transport and Health - May 4, 2016 Category: Occupational Health Source Type: research

Examining the impact of cycle lanes on cyclist-motor vehicle collisions in the city of Toronto
Conclusion The implementation of painted cycle lanes had a non-significant effect in reducing collisions between cyclists and motor vehicles. Cycle lanes could be considered as a means to facilitate active transportation while reducing risk for cyclists, given the conservative nature of our estimate. Further research is needed on intersection treatments, cycle tracks, and bike volumes. (Source: Journal of Transport and Health)
Source: Journal of Transport and Health - April 30, 2016 Category: Occupational Health Source Type: research

Reviewer Thankyou List
Publication date: March 2016 Source:Journal of Transport & Health, Volume 3, Issue 1 (Source: Journal of Transport and Health)
Source: Journal of Transport and Health - April 27, 2016 Category: Occupational Health Source Type: research

Corrigendum to A105 The meaning of “mean streets” for sustainable and active travel: Crime, (pedestrian/bike) casualties and mode choice [J. Transp. Health 2 (2015) S59–S60]
Publication date: March 2016 Source:Journal of Transport & Health, Volume 3, Issue 1 Author(s): Bruce Appleyard, Christopher Ferrell (Source: Journal of Transport and Health)
Source: Journal of Transport and Health - April 27, 2016 Category: Occupational Health Source Type: research

Active travel in London: The role of travel survey data in describing population physical activity
Publication date: Available online 30 March 2016 Source:Journal of Transport & Health Author(s): Graeme A. Fairnie, David J.R. Wilby, Lucinda E. Saunders National population physical activity surveys may mask the patterns of active travel in urban areas with high public transport and lower car use. Transport for London׳s London Travel Demand Survey (LTDS) was analysed to understand key demographic correlates of active travel among London adult residents. LTDS is a rolling household survey carried out throughout the year with residents of London. Travel information is collected for household members aged five ...
Source: Journal of Transport and Health - March 31, 2016 Category: Occupational Health Source Type: research

Environment, beliefs and behaviour
Publication date: Available online 24 March 2016 Source:Journal of Transport & Health Author(s): Selena Gray (Source: Journal of Transport and Health)
Source: Journal of Transport and Health - March 25, 2016 Category: Occupational Health Source Type: research

International comparisons of the associations between objective measures of the built environment and transport-related walking and cycling: IPEN adult study
Conclusion Across 14 diverse cities and countries, living in more densely populated areas, having a well-connected street network, more diverse land uses, and having more parks were positively associated with transport-related walking and/or cycling. Except for land-use-mix, all built environment variables had curvilinear relationships with walking, with a plateau in the relationship at higher levels of the scales. (Source: Journal of Transport and Health)
Source: Journal of Transport and Health - March 23, 2016 Category: Occupational Health Source Type: research

Age and retirement status differences in associations between the built environment and active travel behaviour
Conclusions Transit accessibility and walkability can support active travel behaviour in middle-aged and older adults. Transit access may be especially important in older age groups and walkability may be especially important for middle-aged and older adults who are still working. (Source: Journal of Transport and Health)
Source: Journal of Transport and Health - March 23, 2016 Category: Occupational Health Source Type: research

Motorcyclist characteristics and traffic behaviour in urban Northern Ghana: Implications for road traffic accidents
This study examines how motorcyclist characteristics influence their road traffic behaviour and its implications on road traffic accidents in Wa, a rapidly urbanizing city in North-western Ghana. The results reported in this study is based on data collected from multiple sources including randomly administered questionnaire to motorcyclists and stakeholder interviews with Officials of road traffic and safety institutions. Our results show that age, occupation and ownership of motorcycle were significantly associated with wearing-helmet. Again, age and alcohol use was found to have a significant relationship. The number of ...
Source: Journal of Transport and Health - March 22, 2016 Category: Occupational Health Source Type: research

Travel mode, transportation-related physical activity, and risk of overweight in Taiwanese adults
Conclusions Using public transport might be as effective as active transportation to accumulate transport-related physical activity to achieve health-enhancing level and to be associated with lower odds of being overweight in Taiwanese adults. Encouraging public transportation use could promote physical activity and be considered a promising method of preventing overweight in both men and women. (Source: Journal of Transport and Health)
Source: Journal of Transport and Health - March 20, 2016 Category: Occupational Health Source Type: research

A dynamic framework on travel mode choice focusing on utilitarian walking based on the integration of current knowledge
Publication date: Available online 17 March 2016 Source:Journal of Transport & Health Author(s): Yong Yang Recently, research on utilitarian walking has gained momentum due to its benefits on both health and the environment. However, our overall understanding of how built and social environments affect travel mode choice (walking or not) is still limited, and most existing frameworks on travel mode choice lack dynamic processes. After a review of several mainstream theories and a number of frameworks, we propose an integrated framework. The basic constructs in the travel mode choice function are utilities, const...
Source: Journal of Transport and Health - March 19, 2016 Category: Occupational Health Source Type: research