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The Pattern and Safety of Walking
Patterns of Walking in the Population
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accidents according activity amount analysis appear associated authorities average car households car ownership casualties cent changes chapter common compared concern consideration convenience costs crossing daily decline density areas Department distance effect extent facilities fact Figure further greater half higher household car ownership income increase indicates influence instance involved journey purpose journeys on foot leisure less limit live longer lower means mile minutes mobility modal split motorised non-car opportunities owners pattern pedestrian pensioners personal business planning population density post office practice primary school proportion public transport rates recorded reduced reflect relatively respondents result road rural areas safety seen shopping journeys shows significant social studies survey Table teenagers third traffic transport policy travel methods urban variation visits walk journeys women