Environmental changes aimed at encouraging walking or cycling may promote activity and improve health, but evidence suggests small or inconsistent effects in practice. Understanding how an intervention works might help explain the effects observed and provide guidance about generalisability. We therefore aimed to review the literature on the effects of this type of intervention and to understand how and why these may or may not be effective.
Literatuurverwijzing: Panter, J., Guell, C., Humphreys, D., & Ogilvie, D. (2019). Can changing the physical environment promote walking and cycling?: a systematic review of what works and how. Health & Place 58