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The pandemic highlights the importance of walkable and wheelable neighbourhoods

By Hailey Thomas Jenkins, PhD Student, Simon Fraser University
Atiya Mahmood, Associate professor, Gerontology Department, Simon Fraser University
Muhammad Nowshervan Qureshi, Graduate Research Assistant, Simon Fraser University
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The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the importance of neighbourhoods and how they fare in terms of walkability and wheelability.

Neighbourhood walkability and wheelability are defined as the “measure of how well a neighbourhood fosters active forms of transportation.” Very walkable and wheelable neighbourhoods have

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