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To characterize the perceptions, attitudes, and behaviors surrounding active transportation among key stakeholders in Norwalk. Specifically, the project aimed to identify: 1. Social, physical, and financial barriers to walking and biking 2. Perceived importance and utility of bike lanes and sidewalks 3. Priority improvements to make the city more conducive to active transportation 4. The most important areas on which to educate the general public about active transportation
Yale University School of Public Health
New Haven, CT
Transit, walking, biking, bicycling, Norwalk
Choy, Courtney; Maldonado, Luis E.; Ross, Wilhelmenia; Ye, Rui; Santilli, Alycia; Grasso, Jennifer; Callahan, Timothy; Argondezzi, Theresa; Latham, Kaitlin; and Humphries, Debbie, "Perceptions, Attitudes, and Behaviors of Active Transportation Among Key Stakeholders in Norwalk, CT" (2015). Practice Based Community Health Research Reports. 8.