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  • Created 7 months ago

    Street Appeal

    London Sport
    The quality of the street environment effects us all - whether we are walking to school, waiting at a bus stop, cycling to work, shopping, or even driving through a city. How streets handle the various, complex and often conflicting needs of users has a profound impact on our daily lives and wellbeing. At the same time streets are often highly constrained physically. This means that those responsible for managing streets need to make ha...
  • Updated 2 years ago

    Walking and Cycling Trips per Day

    London Sport
    Estimated daily average number of trips made by cycling and walking.
  • Updated 2 years ago

    Walking and Cycling Rates by Borough

    London Sport
    Proportion of residents who walk  for at least 30 minutes at a given frequency, and proportion of residents who cycle (any length or purpose) at a given frequency.
  • Updated 2 years ago

    National Travel Survey: England 2016

    London Sport
    The National Travel Survey is a household survey of personal travel by English residents travelling within Great Britain. Data was collected via interviews and a one week travel diary. It describes patterns, for example how different groups of people travel, and monitors trends in travel as well as assessing the potential equality impacts of transport policies on different groups and contributing to evaluation of the impact of policies....
  • Updated 2 years ago

    Identifying Future Cycling Demand in London

    London Sport
    The Strategic Cycling Analysis presenets what the latest datasets, forecasts and models show about potential corridors and locations where current and future cycling demand could justify future investment. It also identifies where demand for cycling, walking and public transport coincide, thus highlighting where investment is most needed to improve all sustainable transport modes together. It considers four broad areas of analysis: - W...
  • Created 2 years ago

    Reliability and Validity of the Transport and Physical Activity Questionnaire for Assessing Physical Activity Behaviour

    London Sport
    The Transport and Physical Activity Questionnaire (TPAQ) has been developed to measure changes in transport behaviour and physical activity. The question set asks people about their modes of travel and leisure time activity, some of which is based on the existing International Physical Activity Questionnaire (IPAQ). Following development of the tool, an assessment of its validity and reliability was conducted. The TPAQ was found to be a...
  • Updated 2 years ago

    Association Between Active Commuting and Incident Cardiovascular Disease, Cancer and Mortality

    London Sport
    This study, published by the British Medical Journal, has found a link between cycling and halving the risk of cancer and heart disease. The five-year study of 250,000 UK commuters also showed walking had some benefits over sitting on public transport or taking the car. The study also found that incorporating cycling into a daily routine took much less willpower than other activities such as going to the gym. The five-year study compa...
  • Updated 3 years ago

    Dashboard Data Set: Active Travel 2013-14

    London Sport
    This dataset presents GLA walking and cycling estimates for 2013/14 and TfL transport data between 2006 and 2014. The data has been broken down by:  - Proportion of residents who walk for at least 30 minutes at a given frequency  - Proportion of residents who cycle (any length or purpose) at a given frequency  - Number of cycle hires by month Jan 2015 - Mar 2016 (London level only)  - Percentage of trips by mode of transport from bo...
  • Created 3 years ago

    Working Together to Promote Active Travel: A Briefing for Local Authorities

    London Sport
    Walking and cycling are good for our physical and mental health. Switching more journeys to active travel will improve health, quality of life and the environment, and local productivity, while at the same time reducing costs to the public purse. These are substantial ‘win-wins’ that benefit individual people and the community as a whole. This briefing has been written for transport planners, others concerned with the built environment,...