Improved policy to mitigate pollutant and inactivity related health burdens through new big data
HABITS will take ‘track and trace’ (T&T) data collected in a transport policy context and explore the challenges, opportunities, methodologies and policy implications related to its use in reducing individual health burdens. HABITS will explore how new insights from T&T
HABITS is funded by ESRC under NEFD capital infrastructure programme. The University of Leeds will be working in partnership with Newcastle City Council. HABITS will utilise T&T data collected in a new travel app. Current data sources and models related
The overall methodology used in the HABITS project will involve a quantitative framework, based on the established link between travel choices made by individuals, leading to transport and planning implications and interventions, and consequential health burdens for the individuals and
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