Adams EJ, Esliger DW, Taylor IM, Sherar LB. Individual, employment and psychosocial factors influencing walking to work: Implications for intervention design. PLoS ONE. 2017;12(2).
Promoting walking for the journey to and from work (commuter walking) is a potential strategy for increasing physical activity. Understanding the factors influencing commuter walking is important for identifying target groups and designing effective interventions. This study aimed to examine individual, employment-related and psychosocial factors associated with commuter walkingand to discuss the implications for targeting and future design of interventions.