The following are the references in our Infrastructure Briefing document:

  1. Montgomery, C (2015) Happy City – Transforming Our Lives Through Urban Design. Penguin. 
  2. Arup (2020) Inclusive Cycling in Cities and Towns.
  3. Douglas, MJ, Watkins, SJ, Gorman, DR, Higgins, M. (2011) Are cars the new tobacco?, Journal of Public Health, Volume 33, Issue 2, pp 160–169.
  4. Harrabin, R (2018) Young couples ‘trapped in car dependency’. BBC News.
  5. House of Commons Library (2020). Active travel: trends, policy, and funding. 
  6. Christian H, Zubrick SR, Foster S, Giles-Corti B, Bull F, Wood L, Knuiman M, Brinkman S, Houghton S, Boruff B (2015) The influence of the neighborhood physical environment on early child health and development: A review and call for research. Health & Place. 33 pp 25-36. doi: 10.1016/j.healthplace.2015.01.005 
  7. Anciaes PR, Jones P, Mindell JS (2014) Quantifying community severance: a literature review. University College London: Street Mobility and Network Accessibility Series, Working Paper 2. 
  8. O’Brien, F (2016) SPICe Briefing: Air Quality in Scotland. Scottish Parliamentary Information Centre. 
  9. Scottish Parliament Information Centre (2020) SPICe Spotlight: Transport –  a climate emergency budget?
  10. Kennedy, C (2018) Children spend half the time playing outside in comparison to their parents. Child in the City.
  11. Scottish Government (2020) Scottish Health Survey 2019: Volume 1: Main Report.
  12. Cycling Scotland (2020) Annual Cycling Monitoring Report 2020.
  13. Walking and Cycling Alliance (2020) The urgent case for more walking and cycling in the UK. 
  14. Sustrans – Bike Life.
  15. Scottish Parliament Information Centre (2020) SPICe Spotlight: Low-Traffic Neighbourhoods.
  16. Scottish Parliament (2018) Cycling: What Works?—What-works-#
  17. Living Streets (2011) Making the Case for Investment in the Walking Environment.
  18. Public Health England (2016) Working Together to Promote Active Travel.
  19. Department for Transport (2017) Cycling and Walking Investment Strategy.
  20.  Aldred, R. et al. (2017) Cycling provision separated from motor traffic: A systematic review exploring whether stated preferences vary by gender and age. Transport Reviews 37(1) pp. 29–55.
  21. Lambert et al. (2019) What is the Relationship between the Neighbourhood Built Environment and Time Spent in Outdoor Play? International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 16(20).;
  22. Transport for London (2021) Economic Benefits of Walking and Cycling.
  23. Van der Zee, R (2015) How Amsterdam became the bicycle capital of the world. 
  24. C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group (2019) How to achieve a walking and cycling transformation in your city. 
  25. Department for Transport (2020) Local Transport Note 1/20: Cycle Infrastructure Design. 
  26. Adams T, Aldred R (2020) Cycling Injury Risk in London: Impacts of Road Characteristics and Infrastructure. Transport Findings.
  27. Arup & Sustrans (2020) Cycling for Everyone: A guide for inclusive cycling in towns and cities.
  28. Wheels for Wellbeing (2021) Infrastructure For All.
  29. Walk Wheel Cycle Vote (2020) Finding Agreement – 
  30. Chartered Institute for Highways and Transportation (2014) Planning for Cycling. 
  31. Transport For All (2021) Pave The Way
  32. Scottish Disability Equality Forum (2017) Shared Spaces Seminar: Final Report. Transport Research Institute, Edinburgh Napier University, and Transport Scotland.