This research, the result of collaboration between Arup, BRE, University College London and AREA Research (Perkins+Will), aims to help decision-makers deliver better mobility infrastructure in their cities through an improved understanding of the impact of mobility/infrastructure on wellbeing. It examines the correlation of physical and mental health to the availability of active and non-active transport modes for daily journeys.
Through an assessment of current studies, literature and methodologies, we have produced a framework structuring the relationship between mobility infrastructure and health. The framework supports the design protocol to help cities promote and support health and wellbeing.
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