Summary: The means of moving persons, animals, goods, or materials from one place to another.

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  1. Hastings R, Colles F, McCarthy N, Maiden M, Sheppard S. Campylobacter genotypes from poultry transportation crates indicate a source of contamination and transmission. J Appl Microbiol. 2011;110:266-76 pubmed publisher
    ..Inclusion of a silver ion biocide in poultry transportation crates to levels demonstrating acceptable antibacterial activity in vitro reduces the level of bacterial ..
  2. Lovasi G, Schwartz Soicher O, Neckerman K, Konty K, Kerker B, Quinn J, et al. Aesthetic amenities and safety hazards associated with walking and bicycling for transportation in New York City. Ann Behav Med. 2013;45 Suppl 1:S76-85 pubmed publisher insufficient physical activity is to examine modifiable neighborhood characteristics associated with active transportation. The aim of this study is to evaluate whether neighborhoods with more aesthetic amenities (sidewalk cafés, ..
  3. Panter J, Jones A, van Sluijs E, Griffin S, Wareham N. Environmental and psychological correlates of older adult's active commuting. Med Sci Sports Exerc. 2011;43:1235-43 pubmed publisher
    ..The findings suggest that interventions designed to encourage the development of habitual behaviors for active commuting may be effective, especially among those living close to work. ..
  4. Fuller D, Gauvin L, Kestens Y. Individual- and area-level disparities in access to the road network, subway system and a public bicycle share program on the Island of Montreal, Canada. Ann Behav Med. 2013;45 Suppl 1:S95-100 pubmed publisher
    Few studies have examined potential disparities in access to transportation infrastructures, an important determinant of population health...
  5. Fuller D, Sahlqvist S, Cummins S, Ogilvie D. The impact of public transportation strikes on use of a bicycle share program in London: interrupted time series design. Prev Med. 2012;54:74-6 pubmed publisher
    ..Events that greatly constrain the primary motorised mode of transportation for a population may have unintended short-term effects on travel behaviour...
  6. O Connor T, Cerin E, Robles J, Lee R, Kerr J, Butte N, et al. Feasibility study to objectively assess activity and location of Hispanic preschoolers: a short communication. Geospat Health. 2013;7:375-80 pubmed
    ..This methodology has the potential to provide more precise findings to inform environmental interventions and policy changes to promote physical activity among Hispanic preschool children. ..
  7. Audrey S, Procter S, Cooper A. The contribution of walking to work to adult physical activity levels: a cross sectional study. Int J Behav Nutr Phys Act. 2014;11:37 pubmed publisher
    ..These data provide preliminary evidence to underpin the need for interventions to increase active commuting, specifically walking, in adults. ..
  8. Wasfi R, Ross N, El Geneidy A. Achieving recommended daily physical activity levels through commuting by public transportation: unpacking individual and contextual influences. Health Place. 2013;23:18-25 pubmed publisher
    This paper estimates the amount of daily walking associated with using public transportation in a large metropolitan area and examines individual and contextual characteristics associated with walking distances...
  9. Lyons E, Tate D, Ward D. The better the story, the bigger the serving: narrative transportation increases snacking during screen time in a randomized trial. Int J Behav Nutr Phys Act. 2013;10:60 pubmed publisher
    ..Feelings of enjoyment, engagement (mental immersion), spatial presence (the feeling of being in the game), and transportation (immersion in a narrative) were investigated in 120 young adults aged 18 - 35 (60 female)...

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  1. Cerin E, Lee K, Barnett A, Sit C, Cheung M, Chan W, et al. Walking for transportation in Hong Kong Chinese urban elders: a cross-sectional study on what destinations matter and when. Int J Behav Nutr Phys Act. 2013;10:78 pubmed publisher
    ..However, destination-rich areas need to also provide adequate levels of personal safety and a physically-unchallenging pedestrian network. ..
  2. Burgoine T, Monsivais P. Characterising food environment exposure at home, at work, and along commuting journeys using data on adults in the UK. Int J Behav Nutr Phys Act. 2013;10:85 pubmed publisher
    ..Future work should aim to assess exposure more completely through characterising environments beyond the residential neighbourhood, where behaviours related to food consumption are likely to occur. ..
  3. Panter J, Griffin S, Dalton A, Ogilvie D. Patterns and predictors of changes in active commuting over 12 months. Prev Med. 2013;57:776-84 pubmed publisher
    ..Improving the convenience of walking, cycling and public transport and limiting the availability of workplace car parking may promote uptake and maintenance of active commuting. ..
  4. Rojas Rueda D, de Nazelle A, Teixidó O, Nieuwenhuijsen M. Health impact assessment of increasing public transport and cycling use in Barcelona: a morbidity and burden of disease approach. Prev Med. 2013;57:573-9 pubmed publisher
    ..Transport policies to reduce car trips could produce important health benefits in terms of reduced morbidity, particularly for those who take up active transportation.
  5. Van Cauwenberg J, Clarys P, De Bourdeaudhuij I, Van Holle V, Verte D, De Witte N, et al. Older adults' transportation walking: a cross-sectional study on the cumulative influence of physical environmental factors. Int J Health Geogr. 2013;12:37 pubmed publisher
    The physical environment may play a crucial role in promoting older adults' walking for transportation. However, previous studies on relationships between the physical environment and older adults' physical activity behaviors have ..
  6. Goodman A. Walking, cycling and driving to work in the English and Welsh 2011 census: trends, socio-economic patterning and relevance to travel behaviour in general. PLoS ONE. 2013;8:e71790 pubmed publisher
    ..At a population level, commute modal share provides a reasonable proxy for broader travel patterns, enhancing the value of the census in characterising background trends and evaluating interventions. ..
  7. Panter J, Costa S, Dalton A, Jones A, Ogilvie D. Development of methods to objectively identify time spent using active and motorised modes of travel to work: how do self-reported measures compare?. Int J Behav Nutr Phys Act. 2014;11:116 pubmed publisher
  8. Ostergaard L, Kolle E, Steene Johannessen J, Anderssen S, Andersen L. Cross sectional analysis of the association between mode of school transportation and physical fitness in children and adolescents. Int J Behav Nutr Phys Act. 2013;10:91 pubmed publisher
  9. Laverty A, Mindell J, Webb E, Millett C. Active travel to work and cardiovascular risk factors in the United Kingdom. Am J Prev Med. 2013;45:282-8 pubmed publisher
    ..The protective association between active travel and cardiovascular risk demonstrated in this nationally representative study adds to growing evidence that concerted policy focus in this area may benefit population health. ..
  10. Moodie M, Haby M, Swinburn B, Carter R. Assessing cost-effectiveness in obesity: active transport program for primary school children--TravelSMART Schools Curriculum program. J Phys Act Health. 2011;8:503-15 pubmed
    ..The attribution of some costs to nonobesity objectives would be justified given the program's multiple benefits. Cost-effectiveness would be further improved by considering the wider school community impacts. ..
  11. Jones C, Ogilvie D. Motivations for active commuting: a qualitative investigation of the period of home or work relocation. Int J Behav Nutr Phys Act. 2012;9:109 pubmed publisher
  12. Fuller D, Gauvin L, Kestens Y, Daniel M, Fournier M, Morency P, et al. Use of a new public bicycle share program in Montreal, Canada. Am J Prev Med. 2011;41:80-3 pubmed publisher
    ..aged 18-24 years, being university educated, being on work leave, and using cycling as the primary mode of transportation to work...
  13. Van Cauwenberg J, Van Holle V, Simons D, Deridder R, Clarys P, Goubert L, et al. Environmental factors influencing older adults' walking for transportation: a study using walk-along interviews. Int J Behav Nutr Phys Act. 2012;9:85 pubmed publisher
    Current knowledge on the relationship between the physical environment and walking for transportation among older adults (? 65 years) is limited. Qualitative research can provide valuable information and inform further research...
  14. Trang N, Hong T, Dibley M. Active commuting to school among adolescents in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam: change and predictors in a longitudinal study, 2004 to 2009. Am J Prev Med. 2012;42:120-8 pubmed publisher
    ..Data for adolescents on mode of transportation to and from school are limited for low- and middle-income countries, including Vietnam...
  15. Inoue S, Ohya Y, Odagiri Y, Takamiya T, Kamada M, Okada S, et al. Perceived neighborhood environment and walking for specific purposes among elderly Japanese. J Epidemiol. 2011;21:481-90 pubmed
    ..International Physical Activity Questionnaire Environmental Module) and walking for specific purposes (ie, transportation or recreation) were assessed by self-report...
  16. Furie G, Desai M. Active transportation and cardiovascular disease risk factors in U.S. adults. Am J Prev Med. 2012;43:621-8 pubmed publisher
    Evidence of associations between active transportation (walking and bicycling for transportation) and health outcomes is limited...
  17. Bajardi P, Barrat A, Natale F, Savini L, Colizza V. Dynamical patterns of cattle trade movements. PLoS ONE. 2011;6:e19869 pubmed publisher
  18. Ogilvie D, Griffin S, Jones A, Mackett R, Guell C, Panter J, et al. Commuting and health in Cambridge: a study of a 'natural experiment' in the provision of new transport infrastructure. BMC Public Health. 2010;10:703 pubmed publisher
  19. Morabia A, Mirer F, Amstislavski T, Eisl H, Werbe Fuentes J, Gorczynski J, et al. Potential health impact of switching from car to public transportation when commuting to work. Am J Public Health. 2010;100:2388-91 pubmed publisher
    ..Queens College, New York, New York, for 5 days, and then switched to commuting for the next 5 days via public transportation. The PM(2.5) differed little between car and public transportation commutes (1.41 ?g/M(3)·min; P = .226)...
  20. Zaninotto M, Tasinato A, Padoan A, Vecchiato G, Pinato A, Sciacovelli L, et al. Effects of sample transportation on commonly requested laboratory tests. Clin Chem Lab Med. 2012;50:1755-60 pubmed publisher
    Little evidence is available in literature on the effects of sample transportation. The aim of the present study was to evaluate the effects of an integrated system for sample transportation on the quality of six laboratory parameters ..
  21. Fuller D, Gauvin L, Kestens Y, Daniel M, Fournier M, Morency P, et al. Impact evaluation of a public bicycle share program on cycling: a case example of BIXI in Montreal, Quebec. Am J Public Health. 2013;103:e85-92 pubmed publisher
    ..The implementation of a public bicycle share program can lead to greater likelihood of cycling among persons living in areas where bicycles are made available. ..
  22. Natale F, Savini L, Giovannini A, Calistri P, Candeloro L, Fiore G. Evaluation of risk and vulnerability using a Disease Flow Centrality measure in dynamic cattle trade networks. Prev Vet Med. 2011;98:111-8 pubmed publisher
    ..Some examples also indicate how the basic approach in the DFC calculation could be expanded into a more complex epidemic model by incorporating weights and how it could be combined with a geo-spatial perspective. ..
  23. Wall M, Larson N, Forsyth A, Van Riper D, Graham D, Story M, et al. Patterns of obesogenic neighborhood features and adolescent weight: a comparison of statistical approaches. Am J Prev Med. 2012;42:e65-75 pubmed publisher
    ..Identify patterns among neighborhood food, physical activity, street/transportation, and socioeconomic characteristics and examine their associations with adolescent weight status using three ..
  24. Goodman A, Guell C, Panter J, Jones N, Ogilvie D. Healthy travel and the socio-economic structure of car commuting in Cambridge, UK: a mixed-methods analysis. Soc Sci Med. 2012;74:1929-38 pubmed publisher
    ..This suggests the importance of combining individual-level 'healthy travel' interventions with measures aimed at creating travel environments in which all social groups can pursue healthy and satisfying lives. ..
  25. Dhanasiri A, Fernandes J, Kiron V. Acclimation of zebrafish to transport stress. Zebrafish. 2013;10:87-98 pubmed publisher
    ..Zebrafish transported in water enriched with the bacterial consortium exhibited a speedier stress acclimation. Nevertheless, only through in-depth studies the beneficial effect of the consortium can be confirmed. ..
  26. Jones A, Steinbach R, Roberts H, Goodman A, Green J. Rethinking passive transport: bus fare exemptions and young people's wellbeing. Health Place. 2012;18:605-12 pubmed publisher
  27. Beenackers M, Kamphuis C, Giskes K, Brug J, Kunst A, Burdorf A, et al. Socioeconomic inequalities in occupational, leisure-time, and transport related physical activity among European adults: a systematic review. Int J Behav Nutr Phys Act. 2012;9:116 pubmed publisher
    ..The contradictory results for total PA may partly be explained by contrasting socioeconomic patterns for leisure-time PA and occupational PA. ..
  28. Rissel C, Curac N, Greenaway M, Bauman A. Physical activity associated with public transport use--a review and modelling of potential benefits. Int J Environ Res Public Health. 2012;9:2454-78 pubmed publisher
    ..More minutes walked per day, or a greater uptake of public transport by inactive adults would likely lead to significantly greater increases in the adult population considered sufficiently active. ..
  29. Ruiz Garcia L, Barreiro P, Robla J, Lunadei L. Testing ZigBee motes for monitoring refrigerated vegetable transportation under real conditions. Sensors (Basel). 2010;10:4968-82 pubmed publisher
    Quality control and monitoring of perishable goods during transportation and delivery services is an increasing concern for producers, suppliers, transport decision makers and consumers...
  30. Børrestad L, Andersen L, Bere E. Seasonal and socio-demographic determinants of school commuting. Prev Med. 2011;52:133-5 pubmed publisher
    ..42%) and spring (56% vs. 40%), however, they were more likely to be walkers during winter time (71% vs. 56%). Most children reported that they were active commuters. Large seasonal variation was observed, especially regarding cycling. ..
  31. Clarens A, Nassau H, Resurreccion E, White M, Colosi L. Environmental impacts of algae-derived biodiesel and bioelectricity for transportation. Environ Sci Technol. 2011;45:7554-60 pubmed publisher, a "well-to-wheel" life cycle assessment was undertaken to evaluate algae's potential use as a transportation energy source for passenger vehicles...
  32. Wong B, Faulkner G, Buliung R. GIS measured environmental correlates of active school transport: a systematic review of 14 studies. Int J Behav Nutr Phys Act. 2011;8:39 pubmed publisher
    Emerging frameworks to examine active school transportation (AST) commonly emphasize the built environment (BE) as having an influence on travel mode decisions...
  33. Stock C, Bloomfield K, Ejstrud B, Vinther Larsen M, Meijer M, Grønbæk M, et al. Are characteristics of the school district associated with active transportation to school in Danish adolescents?. Eur J Public Health. 2012;22:398-404 pubmed publisher
    This study sought to determine the influence of individual factors on active transportation to school among Danish seventh graders and whether school district factors are associated with such behaviour independently of individual factors...
  34. Panter J, Griffin S, Jones A, Mackett R, Ogilvie D. Correlates of time spent walking and cycling to and from work: baseline results from the commuting and health in Cambridge study. Int J Behav Nutr Phys Act. 2011;8:124 pubmed publisher
    ..Taken together, these findings suggest that social and physical contexts of travel decision-making should be considered and that a range of influences may require to be addressed to bring about behaviour change. ..
  35. Parra D, Hoehner C, Hallal P, Ribeiro I, Reis R, Brownson R, et al. Perceived environmental correlates of physical activity for leisure and transportation in Curitiba, Brazil. Prev Med. 2011;52:234-8 pubmed publisher
    ..Perceptions of moderate and high personal safety were positively associated with walking for transportation (53.0%, 53.1% vs. 47.3%, both adjusted ORs [aOR]=1.5)...
  36. Gan W, Koehoorn M, Davies H, Demers P, Tamburic L, Brauer M. Long-term exposure to traffic-related air pollution and the risk of coronary heart disease hospitalization and mortality. Environ Health Perspect. 2011;119:501-7 pubmed publisher
    ..Long-term exposure to traffic-related fine particulate air pollution, indicated by black carbon, may partly explain the observed associations between exposure to road traffic and adverse cardiovascular outcomes. ..
  37. Panter J, Jones A. Attitudes and the environment as determinants of active travel in adults: what do and don't we know?. J Phys Act Health. 2010;7:551-61 pubmed
    ..To further our understanding of the influences of active travel, there is a need for more research which integrates both individual and environmental domains and examines how they interact. ..
  38. Vuillemin A, Rostami C, Maes L, Van Cauwenberghe E, van Lenthe F, Brug J, et al. Worksite physical activity interventions and obesity: a review of European studies (the HOPE project). Obes Facts. 2011;4:479-88 pubmed publisher
    ..There is a need to better report elements of generalizability and dissemination for translation into practice of worksite physical activity interventions. ..
  39. Hidestrand M, Stokowski R, Song K, Oliphant A, Deavers J, Goetsch M, et al. Influence of temperature during transportation on cell-free DNA analysis. Fetal Diagn Ther. 2012;31:122-8 pubmed publisher
    ..This finding will benefit the development and clinical application of noninvasive methods of fetal diagnosis that utilize cf-DNA. ..
  40. Gropp K, Pickett W, Janssen I. Multi-level examination of correlates of active transportation to school among youth living within 1 mile of their school. Int J Behav Nutr Phys Act. 2012;9:124 pubmed publisher
    Active transportation to school is a method by which youth can build physical activity into their daily routines...
  41. Pabayo R, Gauvin L, Barnett T. Longitudinal changes in active transportation to school in Canadian youth aged 6 through 16 years. Pediatrics. 2011;128:e404-13 pubmed publisher
    Concern has been raised regarding the increased prevalence of physical inactivity among children. Active transportation, such as walking and cycling to school, is an opportunity for children to be physically active...
  42. Fitzhugh E, Bassett D, Evans M. Urban trails and physical activity: a natural experiment. Am J Prev Med. 2010;39:259-62 pubmed publisher
    ..However, this positive effect was limited to physical activity at the neighborhood level and not to active transport to school. ..
  43. Van Dyck D, Cerin E, Conway T, De Bourdeaudhuij I, Owen N, Kerr J, et al. Associations between perceived neighborhood environmental attributes and adults' sedentary behavior: findings from the U.S.A., Australia and Belgium. Soc Sci Med. 2012;74:1375-84 pubmed publisher maximize environmental variability, but present findings suggest that neighborhoods may be designed to improve health through supporting more active and less sedentary transportation, which can be expected to have health benefits.
  44. Mecredy G, Pickett W, Janssen I. Street connectivity is negatively associated with physical activity in Canadian youth. Int J Environ Res Public Health. 2011;8:3333-50 pubmed publisher
    ..well streets connect to one and other and the density of intersections, is positively associated with active transportation in adults. Our objective was to study the relation between street connectivity and physical activity in youth...
  45. Sahlqvist S, Heesch K. Characteristics of utility cyclists in Queensland, Australia: an examination of the associations between individual, social, and environmental factors and utility cycling. J Phys Act Health. 2012;9:818-28 pubmed
    ..To increase utility cycling, strategies should target female and older recreational cyclists and focus on making cycling a cheap and convenient mode of transport. ..
  46. Pucher J, Buehler R, Bassett D, Dannenberg A. Walking and cycling to health: a comparative analysis of city, state, and international data. Am J Public Health. 2010;100:1986-92 pubmed publisher
    ..Policies on transport, land-use, and urban development should be designed to encourage walking and cycling for daily travel. ..
  47. Mumford K, Contant C, Weissman J, Wolf J, Glanz K. Changes in physical activity and travel behaviors in residents of a mixed-use development. Am J Prev Med. 2011;41:504-7 pubmed publisher
    ..and travel behaviors including walking for recreation and transport, automobile use, and use of public transportation. Study participants included 101 adult residents of Atlantic Station, most of whom were female, young, and ..
  48. Gonzalez L, Schwartzkopf Genswein K, Bryan M, Silasi R, Brown F. Factors affecting body weight loss during commercial long haul transport of cattle in North America. J Anim Sci. 2012;90:3630-9 pubmed publisher
    ..Several factors should be considered when developing guidelines to reduce cattle transport stress and shrink including type of cattle, ambient temperature, transport duration, driving quality, and time and origin of loading. ..
  49. Salgado T, Moles R, Benrimoj S, Fernandez Llimos F. Designing a model to minimize inequities in hemodialysis facilities distribution. Geospat Health. 2011;6:5-12 pubmed
    ..The model is applicable in any country and health care planners can opt to weigh these two elements differently in the model according to their priorities. ..
  50. Wang Y, Tuomilehto J, Jousilahti P, Antikainen R, Mahonen M, Katzmarzyk P, et al. Occupational, commuting, and leisure-time physical activity in relation to heart failure among finnish men and women. J Am Coll Cardiol. 2010;56:1140-8 pubmed publisher
    ..The joint effects of any 2 types of physical activity on HF risk were even greater. Moderate and high levels of occupational or leisure-time physical activity are associated with a reduced risk of HF. ..
  51. Dittrich R, Lotz L, Keck G, Hoffmann I, Mueller A, Beckmann M, et al. Live birth after ovarian tissue autotransplantation following overnight transportation before cryopreservation. Fertil Steril. 2012;97:387-90 pubmed publisher
    To describe the first live birth after transplantation of ovarian tissue following overnight transportation of the tissue before freezing. Technical note. University department of obstetrics and gynecology...
  52. Chillon P, Evenson K, Vaughn A, Ward D. A systematic review of interventions for promoting active transportation to school. Int J Behav Nutr Phys Act. 2011;8:10 pubmed publisher
    Active transportation to school is an important contributor to the total physical activity of children and adolescents. However, active school travel has declined over time, and interventions are needed to reverse this trend...
  53. Panter J, Jones A, van Sluijs E, Griffin S. The influence of distance to school on the associations between active commuting and physical activity. Pediatr Exerc Sci. 2011;23:72-86 pubmed
    ..Promotion of active commuting to school might be an important way to increase levels of physical activity in school children. ..
  54. Van Cauwenberg J, Clarys P, De Bourdeaudhuij I, Van Holle V, Verte D, De Witte N, et al. Physical environmental factors related to walking and cycling in older adults: the Belgian aging studies. BMC Public Health. 2012;12:142 pubmed publisher
    ..relationship between area of residence (urban, semi-urban or rural) and older adults' walking and cycling for transportation and recreation...
  55. Büttner K, Krieter J, Traulsen A, Traulsen I. Static network analysis of a pork supply chain in Northern Germany-Characterisation of the potential spread of infectious diseases via animal movements. Prev Vet Med. 2013;110:418-28 pubmed publisher
    ..Such a fragmentation of the trade networks is of particular importance from an epidemiological perspective. ..
  56. Andrews J, Morrow C, Wood R. Modeling the role of public transportation in sustaining tuberculosis transmission in South Africa. Am J Epidemiol. 2013;177:556-61 pubmed publisher
    ..Assuming a duration of infectiousness of 1 year, the basic reproductive number attributable to transportation was more than 1 in all 3 modes of transportation...
  57. McCormack G, Shiell A. In search of causality: a systematic review of the relationship between the built environment and physical activity among adults. Int J Behav Nutr Phys Act. 2011;8:125 pubmed publisher
    ..studies on built environments and physical activity from all available years in health, leisure, transportation, social sciences, and geographical databases...
  58. Yang L, Panter J, Griffin S, Ogilvie D. Associations between active commuting and physical activity in working adults: cross-sectional results from the Commuting and Health in Cambridge study. Prev Med. 2012;55:453-7 pubmed publisher
    ..Further research should assess whether increases in time spent in active commuting are associated with increases in physical activity. ..
  59. Seliske L, Pickett W, Janssen I. Urban sprawl and its relationship with active transportation, physical activity and obesity in Canadian youth. Health Rep. 2012;23:17-25 pubmed known about the association between urban sprawl and behaviours that influence obesity such as active transportation and physical activity...
  60. Pratt M, Sarmiento O, Montes F, Ogilvie D, Marcus B, Perez L, et al. The implications of megatrends in information and communication technology and transportation for changes in global physical activity. Lancet. 2012;380:282-93 pubmed publisher
    ..interventions and a simulation model to examine how megatrends in information and communication technology and transportation directly and indirectly affect levels of physical activity across countries of low, middle, and high income...
  61. Tsuchiya T, Hobo S, Endo Y, Narita S, Sakamoto K. Effects of a single dose of enrofloxacin on body temperature and tracheobronchial neutrophil count in healthy Thoroughbreds premedicated with interferon-? and undergoing long-distance transportation. Am J Vet Res. 2012;73:968-72 pubmed publisher
    ..neutrophil count in healthy Thoroughbreds premedicated with interferon-? and undergoing long-distance transportation. 32 healthy Thoroughbreds. All horses received interferon-? (0...
  62. Casella S, Fazio F, Giannetto C, Giudice E, Piccione G. Influence of transportation on serum concentrations of acute phase proteins in horse. Res Vet Sci. 2012;93:914-7 pubmed publisher
    ..320 km within 4 h with an average speed of 80 km/h (experimental group) and five horses were not subject to transportation (control group)...
  63. Pabayo R, Gauvin L, Barnett T, Morency P, Nikiema B, Seguin L. Understanding the determinants of active transportation to school among children: evidence of environmental injustice from the Quebec Longitudinal Study of Child Development. Health Place. 2012;18:163-71 pubmed publisher
    To examine the combined influence of poverty and dangerousness of the neighborhood on active transportation (AT) to school among a cohort of children followed throughout the early school years...
  64. de Nazelle A, Nieuwenhuijsen M, Anto J, Brauer M, Briggs D, Braun Fahrlander C, et al. Improving health through policies that promote active travel: a review of evidence to support integrated health impact assessment. Environ Int. 2011;37:766-77 pubmed publisher
    ..b>Transportation and planning policies that promote active travel by walking and cycling can contribute to these goals, ..
  65. Kelly P, Doherty A, Hamilton A, Matthews A, Batterham A, Nelson M, et al. Evaluating the feasibility of measuring travel to school using a wearable camera. Am J Prev Med. 2012;43:546-50 pubmed publisher
    ..Compared to direct observation from images, self-reported journey duration is accurate at the mean group level but imprecise at the level of the individual participant. ..
  66. Loucaides C, Jago R, Theophanous M. Prevalence and correlates of active traveling to school among adolescents in Cyprus. Cent Eur J Public Health. 2010;18:151-6 pubmed
    ..Low prevalence estimates of active traveling to school among adolescents in Cyprus raise the need to promote this source of daily physical activity. ..
  67. Chillon P, Ortega F, Ruiz J, Veidebaum T, Oja L, Mäestu J, et al. Active commuting to school in children and adolescents: an opportunity to increase physical activity and fitness. Scand J Public Health. 2010;38:873-9 pubmed publisher
    ..Public health strategies should develop and test ACS patterns to get more evidence and promote bike-friendly environments. ..