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PHR - 11/3005/07

The M74 study: longitudinal follow-up of the health effects of a new urban motorway

Project title: The M74 study: longitudinal follow-up of the health effects of a new urban motorway

Call to action: 11/3005 11/3005 PHR Researcher Led - October 2011

Research type: Primary Research

Chief investigator: Dr David OgilvieORCID logoorcid.org/0000-0002-0270-4672

Lead Author: Dr David Ogilvie

Contractor: University of Cambridge

Cost: £695,439.00

Co-investigators: Dr David Humphreys, Dr Shannon Sahlqvist, Dr Shona Hilton, Ms Fiona Crawford, Professor Andrew Jones, Professor Lyndal Bond, Professor Nanette Mutrie, Professor Richard Mitchell, Professor Simon Griffin.

Started: January 2013 | Status: Published April 2017

This study identified unevenly distributed benefits and harms resulting from the M74 extension, and some of its projected overall benefits (in cycling, walking and road safety) were not observed.

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