Dr. Raktim Mitra
Dr. Raktim Mitra
Professor of Urban Planning, Toronto Metropolitan University
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Impact of the COVID-19 virus outbreak on movement and play behaviours of Canadian children and youth: a national survey
SA Moore, G Faulkner, RE Rhodes, M Brussoni, T Chulak-Bozzer, ...
International journal of behavioral nutrition and physical activity 17 (1), 1-11, 2020
Active school transportation in the Greater Toronto Area, Canada: an exploration of trends in space and time (1986–2006)
RN Buliung, R Mitra, G Faulkner
Preventive medicine 48 (6), 507-512, 2009
Built environment correlates of active school transportation: neighborhood and the modifiable areal unit problem
R Mitra, RN Buliung
Journal of transport geography 20 (1), 51-61, 2012
Independent mobility and mode choice for school transportation: a review and framework for future research
R Mitra
Transport reviews 33 (1), 21-43, 2013
Healthy movement behaviours in children and youth during the COVID-19 pandemic: Exploring the role of the neighbourhood environment
R Mitra, SA Moore, M Gillespie, G Faulkner, LM Vanderloo, ...
Health & Place 65, 102418, 2020
Built environment and school travel mode choice in Toronto, Canada
R Mitra, RN Buliung, MJ Roorda
Transportation Research Record 2156 (1), 150-159, 2010
Do parental perceptions of the neighbourhood environment influence children’s independent mobility? Evidence from Toronto, Canada
R Mitra, GEJ Faulkner, RN Buliung, MR Stone
Urban Studies 51 (16), 3401-3419, 2014
Exploring differences in school travel mode choice behaviour between children and youth
R Mitra, RN Buliung
Transport Policy 42, 4-11, 2015
The freedom to explore: examining the influence of independent mobility on weekday, weekend and after-school physical activity behaviour in children living in urban and inner …
MR Stone, GEJ Faulkner, R Mitra, RN Buliung
International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 11, 1-11, 2014
Walk-friendly suburbs for older adults? Exploring the enablers and barriers to walking in a large suburban municipality in Canada
R Mitra, H Siva, M Kehler
Journal of aging studies 35, 10-19, 2015
The influence of neighborhood environment and household travel interactions on school travel behavior: an exploration using geographically-weighted models
R Mitra, RN Buliung
Journal of Transport Geography 36, 69-78, 2014
Spatial clustering and the temporal mobility of walking school trips in the Greater Toronto Area, Canada
R Mitra, RN Buliung, GEJ Faulkner
Health & place 16 (4), 646-655, 2010
Children's outdoor playtime, physical activity, and parental perceptions of the neighbourhood environment
G Faulkner, R Mitra, R Buliung, C Fusco, M Stone
International journal of play 4 (1), 84-97, 2015
There’s no such thing as bad weather, just the wrong clothing: Climate, weather and active school transportation in Toronto, Canada
R Mitra, G Faulkner
Canadian journal of public health 103, S35-S41, 2012
Gender-based differences in school travel mode choice behaviour: Examining the relationship between the neighbourhood environment and perceived traffic safety
A Guliani, R Mitra, RN Buliung, K Larsen, GEJ Faulkner
Journal of Transport & Health 2 (4), 502-511, 2015
Can the built environment explain gender gap in cycling? An exploration of university students' travel behavior in Toronto, Canada
R Mitra, S Nash
International journal of sustainable transportation 13 (2), 138-147, 2019
School travel and children’s physical activity: a cross-sectional study examining the influence of distance
G Faulkner, M Stone, R Buliung, B Wong, R Mitra
BMC Public Health 13, 1-9, 2013
Who are the potential users of shared e-scooters? An examination of socio-demographic, attitudinal and environmental factors
R Mitra, PM Hess
Travel behaviour and society 23, 100-107, 2021
Few Canadian children and youth were meeting the 24-hour movement behaviour guidelines 6-months into the COVID-19 pandemic: Follow-up from a national study
SA Moore, G Faulkner, RE Rhodes, LM Vanderloo, LJ Ferguson, ...
Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 46 (10), 1225-1240, 2021
Subjective well-being of Canadian children and youth during the COVID-19 pandemic: The role of the social and physical environment and healthy movement behaviours
R Mitra, EOD Waygood, J Fullan
Preventive Medicine Reports 23, 101404, 2021
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