1. Active Transport & Active Mobility:
1.1. “Active Transport. Definition. Active transport includes non-motorised forms of transport involving physical activity, such as walking and cycling. It also includes the use of public transport as many of these trips include walking or cycling which can increase levels of physical activity (Villanueva et al, 2008).”
1.2. Equality vs Equity: https://www.planetizen.com/node/87718/active-transport-walking-and-cycling-planning-equity
1.3. Evaluating Active Transport Benefits and Costs – Guide to Valuing Walking and Cycling Improvements and Encouragement Programs: http://www.vtpi.org/nmt-tdm.pdf
1.4. Cycling and walking are short-changed when it comes to transport funding in Australia: http://theconversation.com/cycling-and-walking-are-short-changed-when-it-comes-to-transport-funding-in-australia-92574
1.5. An Australian Vision for Active Transport: https://alga.asn.au/site/misc/alga/downloads/transport/ActiveTransport.pdf
2. Australian State Bike Plans & Strategies:
2.1. Victoria’s 2018 Cycling Strategy: https://transport.vic.gov.au/content/docs/Victorian%20Cycling%20Strategy%202018-28.PDF
2.2. WA’s Cycling Strategy 2018:https://www.transport.wa.gov.au/projects/wa-bicycle-network-plan.asp
3. Active Transport Policy/Strategy References.
3.1. Active Transport – Cycling Strategy Health Lens:
“A whole-of-government approach to the development of the South Australian Government Cycling Strategy – Facilitating engagement and ownership.”
3.2. Active Transport: Developing economic assessments for cycling and walking infrastructure in South Australia:
3.3. THE INTEGRATED TRANSPORT AND LAND USE PLAN July 2015 http://www.dpti.sa.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0003/172281/The_Integrated_Transport_Plan.pdf
3.4. Active Healthy Kids Australia https://www.activehealthykidsaustralia.com.au/siteassets/documents/ahka_reportcard_2015_web.pdf
3.5. An Australian Vision for Active Transport: https://alga.asn.au/site/misc/alga/downloads/transport/ActiveTransport.pdf
3.6. Transport Policy at the Crossroads: Travel to work in Australian capital cities – 1976-2011 http://mams.rmit.edu.au/ov14prh13lps1.pdf
3.7. Smart Move, The City of Adelaide’s Transport and Movement Strategy 2012-22 https://www.cityofadelaide.com.au/assets/Policies-Papers/docs/STRATEGY-smart-move-2012-22.pdf
3.8. Integrated Transport and Land Use Plan http://www.transportplan.sa.gov.au
SOLUTIONS – URBAN CYCLING AND WALKING NETWORKShttp://www.transportplan.sa.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0006/167550/ITLUP_Solutions_and_Actions_Urban_Cycling_And_Walking_Networks.pdf
SOLUTIONS – REDUCING OUR CAR DEPENDENCYhttp://www.transportplan.sa.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0003/167565/ITLUP_Solutions_and_Actions_Reducing_Car_Dependency.pdf
4. Links – Local, National and International Cycling Websites.
Modacity – Vancouver-based website devoted to a car-free lifestyle.