Association of neighbourhood residence and preferences with the built environment, work-related travel behaviours, and health implications for employed adults: Findings from the URBAN study
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KeywordsTransport; Neighbourhood; Physical activity; Adults; New Zealand; Employed; Travel behaviour;
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