WHAT COST-EFFECTIVE BUILT ENVIRONMENT INTERVENTIONS WOULD CREATE HEALTHY, LIVEABLE AND EQUITABLE COMMUNITIES IN AUSTRALIA?
Grant number: 1061404 | Funding period: 2017 - 2018
This CRE involves collaboration between a multi-disciplinary research team across Australia working with policy-makers covering planning, urban design, transport planning and health. It will identify the most cost-effective built environment interventions required to create healthy, liveable, and equitable communities. Factors that influence research findings being translated into urban planning policy and practice will be examined and tools to assist changes to policy and practice developed.
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Mismatch between Perceived and Objectively Measured Land Use Mix and Street Connectivity: Associations with Neighborhood Walking
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