We need more active travel intervention research - Why not travel plans?

Nicholas Petrunoff, Chris Rissel, Li Ming Wen, Jeni Bindon

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A high proportion of published health promotion research on physical activity is descriptive, and there is a need for more published intervention research.1,2 Although travel planning has been described as a promising way to promote population‐level physical activity,3,4 a Cochrane systematic review of organisational travel plan interventions for improving health identified 17 studies, 12 of which were conducted in educational settings and 5 in workplaces.5 Evidence on the effectiveness of travel planning interventions may strengthen a case for policy that supports implementation of travel plans.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)209-210
Number of pages2
JournalHealth Promotion Journal of Australia
Issue number3
Publication statusPublished - Dec 2014
Externally publishedYes


  • active travel
  • health promotion research
  • travel planning
  • Cochrane systematic review


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