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The challenges of evaluating environmental interventions to increase population levels of physical activity: the case of the UK National Cycle Network

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  • Funding: The National Cycle Network is a Millennium project supported by funds from the National Lottery. The local authority surveys of National Cycle Network users were supported by a grant from the Sainsbury Trust and funds from Sustrans*. DAL is funded by the Medical Research Council. The views expressed in this publication are those of the authors and not necessarily those of any of the funding bodies.

  • Sustrans is a registered charity (number 326550) dedicated to practical measures for the promotion of non-motorised transport. Sustrans stands for Sustainable Transport.

  • Competing interests: AC and PI work for Sustrans; AD is a health adviser to Sustrans. All authors walk or cycle regularly.

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