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The Effectiveness of Urban Design and Land Use Transportation Policies and Practices to Increase Physical Activity

This article from The Journal of Physical Activity and Health reviewed policy and environmental inventions to
increase physical activity using methods from the Task Force on Community Preventive Services. Two interventions
were effective in promoting physical activity (community-scale and street-scale urban design and land use policies and
practices) and are recommended



OrganizationThe Journal of Physical Activity and Health
Resource TypeNews
URLwww.activelivingresearch.org/alr/files/JPA...
Publish DateFebruary 2006
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