Active travel despite motorcar access. A city-wide, GIS-based multilevel study on neighborhood walkability and active travel in Germany

Bödeker M, Finne E, Kerr J, Bucksch J (2018)
Journal of Transport & Health 9: 8-18.

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Autor/in
Bödeker, MalteUniBi ; Finne, EmilyUniBi; Kerr, Jacqueline; Bucksch, Jens
Erscheinungsjahr
2018
Zeitschriftentitel
Journal of Transport & Health
Band
9
Seite(n)
8-18
ISSN
2214-1405
Page URI
https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2919093

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Bödeker M, Finne E, Kerr J, Bucksch J. Active travel despite motorcar access. A city-wide, GIS-based multilevel study on neighborhood walkability and active travel in Germany. Journal of Transport & Health. 2018;9:8-18.
Bödeker, M., Finne, E., Kerr, J., & Bucksch, J. (2018). Active travel despite motorcar access. A city-wide, GIS-based multilevel study on neighborhood walkability and active travel in Germany. Journal of Transport & Health, 9, 8-18. doi:10.1016/j.jth.2018.03.009
Bödeker, M., Finne, E., Kerr, J., and Bucksch, J. (2018). Active travel despite motorcar access. A city-wide, GIS-based multilevel study on neighborhood walkability and active travel in Germany. Journal of Transport & Health 9, 8-18.
Bödeker, M., et al., 2018. Active travel despite motorcar access. A city-wide, GIS-based multilevel study on neighborhood walkability and active travel in Germany. Journal of Transport & Health, 9, p 8-18.
M. Bödeker, et al., “Active travel despite motorcar access. A city-wide, GIS-based multilevel study on neighborhood walkability and active travel in Germany”, Journal of Transport & Health, vol. 9, 2018, pp. 8-18.
Bödeker, M., Finne, E., Kerr, J., Bucksch, J.: Active travel despite motorcar access. A city-wide, GIS-based multilevel study on neighborhood walkability and active travel in Germany. Journal of Transport & Health. 9, 8-18 (2018).
Bödeker, Malte, Finne, Emily, Kerr, Jacqueline, and Bucksch, Jens. “Active travel despite motorcar access. A city-wide, GIS-based multilevel study on neighborhood walkability and active travel in Germany”. Journal of Transport & Health 9 (2018): 8-18.