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Non-walkability in the car-centric city (2021)
Thesis
Bozovic, T. Non-walkability in the car-centric city. (Thesis). Auckland University of Technology. Retrieved from https://uwe-repository.worktribe.com/output/9710363

Background Increasing the levels of walking for transport is a widespread urban policy goal, aligning with actions related to climate change, public health, equity of access and participation, and more liveable cities. The walking environment (WE),... Read More about Non-walkability in the car-centric city.

How to improve the walking realm in a car-oriented city? (Dis)agreements between professionals (2021)
Journal Article
Bozovic, T., Hinckson, E., Stewart, T., & Smith, M. (2021). How to improve the walking realm in a car-oriented city? (Dis)agreements between professionals. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour, 81, 490-507. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.trf.2021.06.011

Purpose: Urban environments and transport systems can enable and encourage walking, and therefore play a key role in climate action, public health, equity of access, and population wellbeing. The question, especially in cities that have been dominate... Read More about How to improve the walking realm in a car-oriented city? (Dis)agreements between professionals.

Clearing the path to transcend barriers to walking: Analysis of associations between perceptions and walking behaviour (2021)
Journal Article
Bozovic, T., Stewart, T., Hinckson, E., & Smith, M. (2021). Clearing the path to transcend barriers to walking: Analysis of associations between perceptions and walking behaviour. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour, 77, 197-208. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.trf.2021.01.003

Walkability is much studied, but the relative importance of perceptions and motivations is still not consensual. This study took a holistic approach to examine the comparative importance of a range of possible perceptions, motivations and individual... Read More about Clearing the path to transcend barriers to walking: Analysis of associations between perceptions and walking behaviour.