This book chapter describes how reducing car use and getting more people walking and cycling has benefits for climate change, public health and equity. Te Ara Mua – Future Streets is used as an example of a project that aims to achieve these benefits. The authors outline how Te Ara Mua – Future Streets was based on the concept of ‘self-explaining roads’ and how community participation contributed to the design. Access
Macmillan, A., & Mackie, H. (2016). Optimising Low Carbon Mobility for Health and Equity. In D. Hopkins & J. Higham (Eds.), Low Carbon Mobility Transitions (1st ed., pp. 45-65). Wolvercote, Oxford: Goodfellow Publishers Ltd.