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By Oliver Thommen Dombois, Sonja Kahlmeier, Eva Martin-Diener, Brian Martin, Francesca Racioppi and Charlotte Braun-Fahrlander

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The built environment and transport-related physical activity: what we do and do not know. Journal of Physical Activity and Health, 2005, 2:435–444. 10. Sallis JF et al. Active transportation and physical activity: opportunities for collaboration on transportation and public health research. Transportation Research Part A, 2004, 38:249–268. 11. Dora C, Racioppi F. Including health in transport policy agendas: the role of health impact assessment analyses and procedures in the European experience.

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