2012 roundup of recent research on issues related to the major commuting modes in the United States, including cars, public transit, bicycles, and walking.
2012 study in the Journal of Urban Health on the role of safety culture in census tract-level pedestrian and cyclist crashes in New York City.
2012 study from the U.S. Forest Service and the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry on the change in trees and greenery in 20 U.S. metropolitan areas.
2011 study in Environmental Health Perspectives on the health effects experienced by urban bike commuters while cycling in traffic.
2011 study in Environmental Health Perspectives on responses in rodent brains to particulate matter from highway traffic.
2012 study on the relationship between commuting distance and health, including BMI, cholesterol, blood pressure and cardiorespiratory fıtness.
2012 petroleum-related statistics from the Congressional Research Service, including production and consumption, with breakdowns for industrial and consumer use of oil.
2012 study in Environmental Health Perspectives on the link between prenatal exposure to airborne pollutants and behavioral issues later in the children’s lives.
2011 research from the CDC, WHO, S.F. State University, Universidad de los Andes in Bogata, Universidad de Chile, University of Zurich, and other institutions.
2011 metastudy from Columbia published in Epidemiologic Reviews on the link between marijuana use and risk of being involved in a motor vehicle crash.