Promoting walking and cycling: New perspectives on sustainable travel

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Promoting walking and cycling : New perspectives on sustainable travel. / Pooley, Colin; Jones, Tim; Tight, Miles; Horton, Dave; Scheldeman, Griet; Mullen, Caroline; Jopson, Ann; Strano, Emanuele.

Policy Press, 2013. 211 p.

Research output: Book/ReportBook

Harvard

Pooley, C, Jones, T, Tight, M, Horton, D, Scheldeman, G, Mullen, C, Jopson, A & Strano, E 2013, Promoting walking and cycling: New perspectives on sustainable travel. Policy Press.

APA

Pooley, C., Jones, T., Tight, M., Horton, D., Scheldeman, G., Mullen, C., Jopson, A., & Strano, E. (2013). Promoting walking and cycling: New perspectives on sustainable travel. Policy Press.

Vancouver

Pooley C, Jones T, Tight M, Horton D, Scheldeman G, Mullen C et al. Promoting walking and cycling: New perspectives on sustainable travel. Policy Press, 2013. 211 p.

Author

Pooley, Colin ; Jones, Tim ; Tight, Miles ; Horton, Dave ; Scheldeman, Griet ; Mullen, Caroline ; Jopson, Ann ; Strano, Emanuele. / Promoting walking and cycling : New perspectives on sustainable travel. Policy Press, 2013. 211 p.

Bibtex

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