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The benefits of shifting from private car travel to active transport modes, such as walking and cycling, are well recognised and have been promoted by both national and state governments. Yet active transport rates in Australia remain low in comparison with many European and Asian countries. Especially concerning is the decline in active transport among children, with less than a third of Australian children now regularly walking or cycling to school.

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