Publications

Adams EJ, Goodman A, Sahlqvist S, Bull FC, Ogilvie D, iConnect consortium; (2013) Correlates of walking and cycling for transport and recreation: factor structure, reliability and behavioural associations of the perceptions of the environment in the neighbourhood scale (PENS). The international journal of behavioral nutrition and physical activity, 10 (1). p. 87.

Brand C, Goodman A, Rutter H, Song Y, Ogilvie D, (2013) Associations of individual, household and environmental characteristics with carbon dioxide emissions from motorised passenger travel. Applied Energy, 104: 158-169

Carse A, Goodman A, MacKett RL, Panter J, Ogilvie D, (2013) The factors influencing car use in a cycle-friendly city: the case of Cambridge. Journal of Transport Geography, 28: 67-74.

Edwards P, Steinbach R, Green J, Petticrew M, Goodman A, Jones A, Roberts H, Kelly C, Nellthorp J, Wilkinson P, (2013) Health impacts of free bus travel for young people: evaluation of a natural experiment in London. Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health.

Goodman A, Jones A, Roberts H, Steinbach R, Green J, (2013) “We can all just get on a bus and go”: rethinking independent mobility in the context of the universal provision of free bus travel to young Londoners. Mobilities

Goodman A. (2013) Walking, Cycling and Driving to Work in the English and Welsh 2011 Census: Trends, Socio-Economic Patterning and Relevance to Travel Behaviour in General. PloS one, 8 (8).

Goodman A, Sahlqvist S, Ogilvie D, on behalf of the iConnect consortium; (2013) Who uses new walking and cycling infrastructure and how? Longitudinal results from the UK iConnect study.Preventive medicine.

Humphreys DK, Goodman A, Ogilvie D (2013) Associations between active commuting and physical and mental wellbeing. Preventive medicine, 57 (2). pp. 135-9.

Rutter H, Cavill N, Racioppi F, Dinsdale H, Oja P, Kahlmeier S, (2013) Economic impact of reduced mortality due to increased cycling. American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 44 (1). pp. 89-92.

Sahlqvist S, Goodman A, Cooper AR, Ogilvie D, iConnect consortium, (2013) Change in active travel and changes in recreational and total physical activity in adults: longitudinal findings from the iConnect study. The international journal of behavioral nutrition and physical activity, 10:28.

Saunders LE, Green J, Petticrew M, Steinbach R, Roberts H; (2013) What are the health benefits of active travel? A systematic review of trials and cohort studies. PloS one, 8 (8). e69912.

Steinbach R, Edwards P, Grundy C, (2013) The road most travelled: the geographic distribution of road traffic injuries in England. International Journal of Health Geographics, 12:30.

Steinbach R, Edwards P, Green J (2013) Controlling for exposure changes the relationship between ethnicity, deprivation and injury: an observational study of child pedestrian injury rates in London. Injury prevention

Goodman A, Brand C, Ogilvie D, (2012) Associations of health, physical activity and weight status with motorised travel and transport carbon dioxide emissions: a cross-sectional, observational study. Environmental health, 11 (1): 52.

Goodman A, Paskins J, Mackett R. (2012) Day length and weather effects on children’s physical activity and participation in play, sports and active travel. Journal of Physical Activity and Health,  9(8): 1105–1116.

Goodman A,  Guell C, Panter J, Jones NR, Ogilvie D. (2012) Healthy travel and the socio-economic structure of car commuting in Cambridge, UK: A mixed-methods analysis. Social Science & Medicine, 74 (12): 1929-1938.

Green J, Steinbach R, Datta J. (2012) The travelling citizen: emergent discourses of moral mobility in a study of cycling in London. Sociology, 46 (2): 272-289.

Jarrett J, Woodcock J, Griffiths U, Chalabi Z, Edwards P, Roberts I, Haines A. (2012) Impact on National Health Service costs from increasing active travel in urban England and Wales. Lancet, 379(9832):2198-205.

Jones A, Goodman A, Roberts H, Steinbach R, Green, J (2012) Entitlement to concessionary public transport and wellbeing: A qualitative study of young people and older citizens in London, UK. Social Science & Medicine.

Jones A, Steinbach R, Roberts H, Goodman A, Green J. (2012) Rethinking passive transport: Bus fare exemptions and young people’s wellbeing.  Health & Place, 18 (3):605-612.

Ogilvie D, Bull F, Cooper A, Rutter H, Adams E, Brand C, Ghali K, Jones T, Mutrie N, Powell J, Preston J, Sahlqvist S, Song, Y, on behalf of the iConnect Consortium; (2012) Evaluating the travel, physical activity and carbon impacts of a ‘natural experiment’ in the provision of new walking and cycling infrastructure: methods for the core module of the iConnect study. BMJ Open, 2 (1).

Ogilvie, F; Goodman, A; (2012) Inequalities in usage of a public bicycle sharing scheme: Socio-demographic predictors of uptake and usage of the London (UK) cycle hire scheme. Preventive medicine, 55 (1). pp. 40-45.

Steinbach R, Green J, Edwards P. (2012) Look who’s walking: Social and environmental correlates of children’s walking in London. Health & Place, 18(4): 917–927.

Steinbach R, Cairns J, Grundy C, Edwards P. (2012) Cost benefit analysis of 20 mph zones in London. Injury prevention.

Goodman A, Mackett R, Paskins J. (2011) Activity compensation and activity synergy in British 8-13 year olds. Preventive Medicine, 53(4-5):293-298.

Goodman A, Panter J, Guell C, Ogilvie D. (2011) How and why do people commute by car? A mixed-methods investigation. Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health, 65:A9-A9.

Goodman A, Wilkinson P, Stafford M, Tonne C. (2011) Characterising socio-economic inequalities in exposure to air pollution: a comparison of socio-economic markers and scales of measurement. Health & Place, 17(3):767-774.

Ogilvie D, Bull F, Powell J, Cooper AR, Brand C, Mutrie N, Preston J, Rutter H, iConnect Consortium; (2011) An applied ecological framework for evaluating infrastructure to promote walking and cycling: the iConnect study. American Journal of Public Health, 101 (3). pp. 473-81.

Steinbach R, Green J, Datta J, Edwards P. (2011) Cycling and the city: A case study of how gendered, ethnic and class identities can shape healthy transport choices.  Social Science & Medicine, 72(7):1123-30.

Steinbach R, Grundy C, Edwards P, Wilkinson P, Green, J. (2011) The impact of 20 mph traffic speed zones on inequalities in road casualties in London. Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health, 65:921-926.

Morgan AS, Dale HB, Lee WE, Edwards P. (2010) Deaths of cyclists in London: trends from 1992 to 2006. BMC Public Health, 10:699.

Spittaels H, Verloigne M, Gidlow C, Gloanec J, Titze S, Foster C, Oppert JM, Rutter H, Oja P, Sjöström M, De Bourdeaudhuij I, (2010) Measuring physical activity-related environmental factors: reliability and predictive validity of the European environmental questionnaire ALPHA. The International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 7 (1). p. 48.

Steinbach R, Green J, Edwards P, Grundy C. (2010) ‘Race’ or place? Explaining ethnic variations in childhood pedestrian injury rates in London. Health & Place 16: 34-42.

Woodcock J, Franco OH, Orsini N, Roberts I. (2010) Non-vigorous physical activity and all-cause mortality: systematic review and meta-analysis of cohort studies. International Journal of Epidemiology, 1–18.

Bunn F, Collier T, Frost C, Ker K, Steinbach R, Roberts I, Wentz R (2009) Area-wide traffic calming for preventing traffic related injuries. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, Issue 4.

Green J.  (2009) ‘Walk this way’: public health and the social organization of walking. Social Theory and Health 7:20-38.

Grundy C, Steinbach R, Edwards P, Green J, Armstrong B, Wilkinson P (2009) Effect of 20 mph traffic speed zones on road injuries in London, 1986-2006: controlled interrupted time series analysis. BMJ, 339:b4469.

Jacobsen PL, Racioppi F, Rutter H, (2009) Who owns the roads? How motorised traffic discourages walking and bicycling. Injury Prevention , 15 (6). pp. 369-73.

Sullivan R, Edwards P, Sloggett A, Marshall C. (2009) Families bereaved by road traffic crashes: linkage of mortality records with 1971-2001 censuses. Injury Prevention, 15(6):364-8.

Woodcock J, Edwards P, Tonne C, Armstrong B, Ashiru O, Banister D, Beevers S, Chalabi Z, et al. (2009) Public health benefits of strategies to reduce greenhouse-gas emissions: urban land transport. Lancet, 374:1930-43.

Aldred R, Woodcock J. (2008) Transport: Challenging disabling environments. Local Environment, 13 (6): 485-496

Chalabi Z, Roberts I, Edwards P, Dowie J. (2008) Traffic and the risk of vehicle-related pedestrian injury: a decision analytic support tool. Injury Prevention, 14:196–201.

Edwards P, Green J, Lachowycz K, Grundy C and Roberts I.  (2008) Serious injuries in children: variations by area deprivation and settlement type. Archives of Diseases in Childhood 93:485-489.

Green J and Edwards P. (2008) The limitations of targeting to address inequalities in health: a case study of road traffic injury prevention from the UK. Critical Public Health, 18: 175-187.

Malhotra N, Hutchings A, Edwards P. (2008) Does the decline in road traffic injury in London vary by ethnicity? Injury Prevention, 14:333-337.

Shaheen A, Edwards P. (2008) Flying bullets and speeding cars: analysis of child injury deaths in the Palestinian Territory. La Revue de Santé de la Méditerranée orientale, 14(2):406-414.

Woodcock J, Aldred R. (2008) Cars, corporations, and commodities: Consequences for the social determinants of health. Emerging Themes in Epidemiology 5:4

Woodcock J, Banister D, Edwards P, Prentice AM, Roberts I. (2007) Energy and transport. Lancet, 370(9592):1078-88.

Edwards P, Green J, Roberts I and Lutchmun S. (2006) Deaths from injury in children and employment status in family: analysis of trends in class specific death rates. British Medical Journal 333:119-21