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Today’s cities dwellers are most likely to die from homicides, car crashes and various non-communicable diseases. It is a widely accepted statement that car reliance generates adverse effects that negatively impact the health of citizens. This is due to a decoupled decision-making process that does not account for the systemic effect that transports interventions have on the city.
This Policy Brief provides Public Transport Authorities (PTAs) with guiding principles on how to integrate mobility related health impacts in their decision-making process.