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|Neil Maizlish||CDPH||(510) 620-3128||Neil.Maizlish@cdph.ca.gov|
|Sean Co||MTC||(510) email@example.com|
Centre for Diet and Activity Research, University of Cambridge
This study is the collaborative effort of the California Department of Public Health, the developers of ITHIM, the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC), and the Bay Area Air Quality Management District. James Woodcock led the development of ITHIM.
- Health Cobenefits and Transportation-Related Reductions in Greenhouse Gas Emissions in the San Francisco Bay Area by Neil Maizlish, James Woodcock, Sean Co, Bart Ostro, Amir Fanai, David Fairley (April 2013): An article depicting the study conducted in the Bay Area
- Health Co-Benefits and Transportation-Related Reductions in Greenhouse Gas Emissions in the Bay Area: Technical Report by California Department of Public Health (November 2011): A 51 page technical report describing the study conducted in the SF Bay Area in depth.
- Public Health in Long Range Planning in the San Francisco Bay Area by Sean Co, MTC: A 22-slide presentation explaining the benefits of ITHIM
- Centre for Diet and Activity Research’s Home Page for Integrated Transport and Health Impact Modelling Tool: An overview on the model
- Climate Smart Communities Scenarios: Health Impact Assessment by Oregon Health Authority: 59 page Health Impact Assessment of ITHIM in Oregon
Last Updated August 19, 2014 | Written By Mimi Tam
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