This page shows research included in the American Journal of Public Health, organized by various topics, as well as articles from The Nation's Health.
FROM THE AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH:
Safer Cycling Through Improved Infrastructure. John Pucher and Ralph Buehler. December 2016; 106:2089-2091.
Vision Zero in the United States Versus Sweden: Infrastructure Improvement for Cycling Safety. Matthew Cushing et al. December 2016; 106:2178-2180
Community Vision and Interagency Alignment: A Community Planning Process to Promote Active Transportation. Sarah Timmins DeGregory et al. April 2016; 106:654-657.
Active Transportation Surveillance- United States, 1999-2012. Geoffrey P. Whitfield. March 2016; 106:e1-e4.
The Cost-Effectiveness of New York City’s Safe Routes to School Program. Peter A. Muennig et al. July 2014; 104: 1294-1299.
Relation Between Higher Physical Activity and Public Transit Use. Brian E. Saelens et al. May 2014; 104: 854-859.
The Safe Routes to School Program in California: An Update. Claudia Chaufan, et al. June 2012; 102: e8–e11.
Walking and Cycling in the United States, 2001–2009: Evidence From the National Household Travel Surveys. John Pucher, et al. December 2011; 101; S310–S317.
Association of Walkability With Obesity in Baltimore City, Maryland. Sarah Stark Casagrande, et al. December 2011; 101: S318–S324.
An Applied Ecological Framework for Evaluating Infrastructure to Promote Walking and Cycling: The iConnect Study. David Ogilvie, et al. Mar 2011; 101: 473-481.
Potential Health Impact of Switching From Car to PublicTransportation When Commuting to Work. Alfredo Morabia, et al.Dec 2010; 100: 2388-2391.
Understanding and Improving Arterial Roads to Support Public Health and Transportation Goals. Carolyn McAndrews et al. June 2017; e1–e5.
Race/ Ethnicity, Residential Segregation, and Exposure to Ambient Air Pollution: The Multi-Ethnic Study of Atherosclerosis. Miranda Jones et al. November 2014; 104: 2130-2137.
Analysis of Diesel Particulate Matter Health Risk Disparities in Selected US Harbor Areas. Arlene Rosenbaum, et al. December 2011; 101: S217–S223.
Particulate Air Pollution and Socioeconomic Position in Rural and Urban Areas of the Northeastern United States. Paul J. Brochu, et al. December 2011; 101: S224–S230.
Community-Based Participatory Research and Policy Advocacy to Reduce Diesel Exposure in West Oakland, California. Priscilla Gonzalez, et al. December 2011; 101: S166-S175.
Mobility and Aging: New Directions for Public Health Action. William A. Satariano, et al. August 2012; 102: 1508–1515.
Neighborhood Social Inequalities in Road Traffic Injuries: The Influence of Traffic Volume and Road Design. Patrick Morency, et al. June 2012; 102: 1112–1119.
Potential Strategies to Eliminate Built Environment Disparities for Disadvantaged and Vulnerable Communities. Daniel J. Hutch, et al. April 2011; 101: 587–595.
High Point Walking for Health: Creating Built and Social Environments That Support Walking in a Public Housing Community. James Krieger, et al. Nov 2009; 99: S593-S599.
FROM THE NATION'S HEALTH:
Q&;A: Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx talks health, equity, future of how we get around: Foxx tells APHA: ‘We have a role to play in public health’. February 2016
APHA shares transportation health tool at meeting. January 2016
Transportation officials tout public health benefits of streetcars in DC. September 2015
Bigger, heavier trucks pose dangers to public health, safety advocates say. July 2014
Parents drive distracted despite having young children in tow. July 2014
Platform calls for U.S. to invest in safe places to bike, walk. April 2014
U.S. cities providing new lanes as cycling commutes increase: Green lanes in six cities target safety. September 2013
Transportation primer guides health workers. February 2013
Drunk-driving crashes a growing risk for young women, study finds. May/June 2012
Distracted driving: Stay focused when on the road. February 2012
Nearly one-third of drivers have been sleepy behind the wheel, survey finds. January 2012