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Livable Streets for Schoolchildren: How Safe Routes to School programs can improve street and community livability for children

This National Center for Bicycling and Walking Forum article describes how Safe Routes to Schools programs can improve street and community livability for children. The study used cognitive mapping to investigate the children’s perceptions of their environment between home and school.



OrganizationNational Center for Bicycling and Walking Forum
Resource TypeResearch Report
URLwww.activeliving.org/files/Livable_streets...
Publish DateMarch 2006
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