Sunday, January 28, 2018

Public transport promotes walking

The quality of public transit, and the degree it is integrated into a community, significantly
affects travel activity. As service quality improves and communities become more transitoriented,
residents tend to own fewer vehicles, drive less and rely more on alternative modes
(walking, cycling and public transit) than they otherwise would (ICF 2008; Litman 2007).

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