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Non-motorised transport

By News Editor / Updated: 07 Aug 2015

Non-motorised transport includes walking, cycling, small-wheeled transport (skates, skateboards, push scooters and hand carts) and wheelchair travel. These modes provide both recreation (they are an end in themselves) and transportation (they provide access to goods and activities), although users may consider a particular trip to serve both objectives. For example, some people will choose to walk or cycle rather than drive because they enjoy the activity, although it takes longer.

Non Motorised Transport

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Non Motorised Transport - PPT

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Published: 
30 Dec 2007
Topic: 
Mobility management
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