Transport policy and health inequalities: a health impact assessment of Edinburgh's transport policy.

Abstract:

:Health impact assessment (HIA) can be used to examine the relationships between inequalities and health. This HIA of Edinburgh's transport policy demonstrates how HIA can examine how different transport policies can affect different population groupings to varying degrees. In this case, Edinburgh's economy is based on tourism, financial services and Government bodies. These need a good transport infrastructure, which maintains a vibrant city centre. A transport policy that promotes walking, cycling and public transport supports this and is also good for health. The HIA suggested that greater spend on public transport and supporting sustainable modes of transport was beneficial to health, and offered scope to reduce inequalities. This message was understood by the City Council and influenced the development of the city's transport and land-use strategies. The paper discusses how HIA can influence public policy.

journal_name

Public Health

journal_title

Public health

authors

Gorman D,Douglas MJ,Conway L,Noble P,Hanlon P

doi

10.1016/S0033-3506(02)00002-1

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

2003-01-01 00:00:00

pages

15-24

issue

1

eissn

0033-3506

issn

1476-5616

pii

S0033-3506(02)00002-1

journal_volume

117

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