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Neighbourhood Design & Neighbourhood Preference & Their Impact on Travel Choices & Health: GTA

In 2011, Urban Design 4 Health (UD4H) conducted a study on: the neighbourhood features preferred by residents in Metro Vancouver and the Greater Toronto Area; and the relationship between modes of transportation, utilitarian walking patterns, and the body weights of … Continue reading

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